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Review by Z I P
Rated: 13+ | (5.0)
Very, very deep. I was thinking it's about being in solitary confinement, in a Jail or Prison; then I read the part that says " I died in this room" and I feel like it's about a " prison cell" , but one which some evil kidnaper has someone in, while they torture them to death, or just leave them there to die of starvation or something. A little dark, but it's "Awesome". I enjoyed the read, thank you. Great Job. ( Z I P )
The Poetry Chef
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Review of Empty Chair  
Review by Z I P
Rated: E | (4.5)
This is pretty good. Short, sweet, and straight to the point. It does sort of leave me feeling like,,, aahhh,,, "Where's the rest of it?" Although you definitely "closed" the poem, I feel like there should be just a little more. I do like it though. Good Job.
Keep up the work. ( Z I :P ) The Poetry Chef
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Review by Z I P
Rated: 13+ | (5.0)
This is awsome. I've written my poem for the jounior challenge; now I'll create another for the main challenge. It's great that you have included challenge's that everyone should be able to enter, and have fun writing and competing. Congratulations for a great job on putting this contest together. ( Z I P ) The Poetry Chef

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Review of By the Fireside  
Review by Z I P
Rated: 13+ | (4.5)
What a cool little short story. I thought it was a very good read. You have written it to where you could expand it into a novel if you wanted to, and I think that's great. You used adjectives just right; not too many to describe just one person, place, or thing, and not short on any. I find that It's hard for me to really get into a good read, if it has ( 15 adjectives, for example) just to describe a color, or a glass, etc. I love "Steven King", but I find that he uses too many adjectives for my taste. He's an "awesome" writer though. You've done a great job on this story. It kept my attention all the way through the entire story by my anticipation of "what's going to happen ?", and I was able to comprehend every word. Would love for you to expand it into a novel. Let me know if you do, for I would like to read it. Keep up the great writing. ( Z I P ) The Poetry Chef
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Review by Z I P
Rated: ASR | (4.5)
This was a very good read. It strikes home too. I can surly relate to the intensity of the anticipation, and was able to feel a little anxious, yet with a slightly hopeful edge for the upcoming outcome. I actually had a small laugh, being able to have a direct memory recall of an accident which I had in the past with a deer. Great Job.
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Review by Z I P
Rated: ASR | (4.5)
This is very nice work, I like it. I wish it were just a bit longer for that particular theme. I find myself wanting to read a little more, but then all of a sudden, it comes to it's closing, sort of leaving me saying "awww, I want more. I do like the poem though, great job.
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Review of LOVE & HEARTACHE  
Review by Z I P
Rated: ASR | (4.5)
This is great. You've done an excellent job with this. It's colorfull, informative, has a lot of character, is very creative, and is a great forum to help us new members get acquainted with some of the things we cad do here on WDC. I haven't been here long enough to participate in the contest, but when my time reaches an acceptable range, you can count me in. Thanks for the opportunity.
Randy.
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Review by Z I P
Rated: E | (5.0)
I love it. A group that is out to create a posative atmosphere within the community? That's just "Awesome" ! ! ! Very well put together, and very informative article. I like the way you've used several different font colors. That helps keep readers attention focused, and helps to ensure that most will read the entire article, by the work not being a "bore" to read, so to say. With so much information to convey to members, I'm sure it can seem hard to keep their attention on certain things, for long, so I can see that by your using different font colors, it should help others stay focused on what you have to say, and help ensure a greater ratio of reader completion.
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Review of Love for a Flower  
Review by Z I P
Rated: E | (5.0)
This is awsome. I loved it. I think it was well written, and thought through. I could follow along with each line, and even with the change of the seasons which the flowers endure. I love the way it's a complete story. That helps readers in their comprehension of what you are feeling at the time you wrote the poem, as well as what feeling the poem is trying to express to the reader. I saw no misspelled words, or grammatical errors as far as sentence structure or what not, but keep in mind, that I'm not an English expert. I did love this though. Great job. Keep up the great writing, for you have a good talent for expressing thoughts and feelings.
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Review by Z I P
Rated: E | (4.0)
I thought this story was pretty well wtitten. I was able to follow the story all the way through to the ending, without having to think hard about the intended comprehension, which I find is very helpful in being able to "feel" what feelings the story is conveying, or trying to express. I could almost actually feel the wind blowing in my face and hear it laughing at me, as if " I " was the one having the walk. Sort of made me want to throw a curse right back at the wind, to extend to it, the same curtesy as it did me, hehe. I did, however, see a small "typo", or misspelled word, that you might have missed on you revisement, and I'm curious about the double " that-that" which you used. I've wondered about if it could, or would be correct grammer, by using it that way ( that - that ), because I've found myself at times to feel the need to use it that way. I've also found, that more and more people, actually "like" or respect, when some writers write their stories as sort of on, or in, a day to day, or "personal" regular type of "conversation" I guess might be the word, type of reading. It's like they can comprehend it better, when we write in everyday normal conversational language, like they talk when they are at the house, without having to worry about someone trying to critique their conversation, grammer, word useage,etc. I for one, can misspell words, and use the wrong grammer or sentence structure, quite often, even with the spell check option, mainly because I sometimes get in a hurry to post.

Keep up the great writing. I liked what I read.
Randy. ( Z I P ) The Poetry Chef

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