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Review of A Love Within  
Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
This is so beautiful. It's simple yet so telling. I have always loved roses myself. They are so sensual, romantic, and expressive. I always said I would be happy with a single rose and I don't need an entire bouquet of them. I hope you have found the love of your life and he showers you often with lovely roses.
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Review by Whitney
Rated: 13+ | (5.0)
Your writing here makes perfect sense and I agree with you. Unless one has a medical reason for being overweight there really is no excuse. Making better food choices and getting out even just to walk would make a marked improvement on body condition and overall health. And the toxins we are exposed to are really scary. I try to buy organic produce when I can, but I know that even this practice is not enough. Thank you for a very thought provoking piece.
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Review of Lake Moraine  
Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
I loved all the emotions, colors, and activity in this sizable poem. There's a lot going on in the natural wonderland as described here. All of the beauty is very therapeutic, invigorating, and joyful. It was a pleasure to read and I felt like I was actually there taking it all in. Great piece of writing.
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Review of Perchance  
Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
This poem describes the longing for a loved one, most likely a lover. I know the feeling well. There's nice rhythm and rhyme to this peace, and it was a pleasure to read. I could have imagined a few more stanzas, but the poem is lovely as it is. Nice work.
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Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
This is a very sweet poem that speaks to our curiosity when we see animal prints in the snow. It's natural to want to follow them to see where they lead and what will be at the other end if the trail. It's too bad the cats wouldn't come in out of the cold. I hope they all made it to live a good life. Nice writing here.
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Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
This story is really coming about and I would have loved to read more. Very descriptive with nice flow. I felt a bit of sadness when I read about the misfortune and death of Gideon's wife. It's quite emotional. I only imagine that he is looking to avenge his wife's death. It's a great story that I hope I will see more of.
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Review of Lizard?  
Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
This is a great little poem that I found quite wonderful. It's got nice flow and perfect rhyme. It held my attention from start to finish and I liked the way you described the lizard. Is hizard really a word? Ha ha. I will have to check. Overall it's an enjoyable poem. Nice work.
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Review of River and Swamp  
Review by Whitney
Rated: 18+ | (5.0)
I enjoyed this story from start to finish. It's a very good depiction of living off the land and accepting whatever it provides to feed hungry kids and neighbors, even on holidays. There may not have been a turkey, duck, or goose for Thanksgiving, but there was plenty of food nonetheless. Nice work.
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Review of Meatball Memories  
Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
This is quite a descriptive poem dedicated to the mighty meatball, as remembered by the author from much younger days. The meatballs sound absolutely bold and delightful, nestled there on a bed of spaghetti and sauce. They must have been thoroughly enjoyed with gusto to be remembered so fondly. Nice flow and rhyme.
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Review by Whitney
Rated: 13+ | (5.0)
Wow...this piece easily brings to mind forbidden kisses and touches, clandestine meetings, and the awareness of touching another who doesn't belong to the character in the poem. There's passion, wonder, and the enjoyment of the garden where the two lovers meet. It's a little sad to my mind, only because the two can never really be together. Great job.
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Review of Come unto me.  
Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
This is a lovely poem that held my attention. It's heartfelt, very romantic, and chivalrous. I enjoy reading your pieces because they really touch me with a great deal of feeling. There's a lot here about embracing and closeness, which I loved. Nice work.
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Review of Loving Oneself  
Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
Being very spiritual myself, I recognize a great spiritual writing when I see one. Your words are spot on. There is no way to give to the ones around us without giving to ourselves first, without loving ourselves first. We fall into traps of routine and forgetfulness, or become selfish and self centered. I hope many read your piece because there is great value in the lessons contained therein. Nice job.
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Review of once were fish  
Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
This is a very telling poem, simple in its delivery but with great meaning. Once there were lots of fish, but after depleting the waters from constant fishing, the numbers are way down. In our selfishness and self centeredness we will blame others for our mistakes, like the poor dolphins. Great work on this piece.
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Review of Candy Land  
Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
What a fun and colorful poem describing Candy Land. It's every child's dream, and probably a lot of adults' dreams too. I enjoyed the flow and rhyme, and all the different candies you mentioned. I especially liked the chocolate bars because chocolate is my weakness. Great job!
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Review of Sharing is Caring  
Review by Whitney
Rated: 18+ | (4.5)
This is a well written story that I enjoyed reading very much. Lack of height must affect many men in the way you described. But this kind man loved his girlfriend more than he desired additional height, so out of love he opted to help her out. It was a very sweet gesture on his part. The only thing lacking is a more detailed ending. I would have liked to know if the pills worked. Nice job.
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Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
What a nice tribute to our veterans and active military alike. I love to read things like this because I have more than one relative who has served. I know the enormous sacrifice that they make, along with their families. Thank you for remembering them for what they have done to protect our country. Nice job.
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Review of Try The Uni  
Review by Whitney
Rated: 13+ | (5.0)
This is a fantastic piece of work that had me chuckling at the very end. You certainly were very brace to try all the different varieties of sushi available that day. I never cared for any raw seafood but I like the cooked varieties that can be found in these restaurants. Kudos to you for a fantastic story.
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Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
There's nothing like Thanksgiving dinner, but that usually means a turkey will lose its life and will be on our dinner table. This piece is great because it comes from the point of view of a bunch of turkeys who lose one of their friends this holiday. Even the dog seeks refuge from all the activity of the kids. There's even a mention of the traditional football game watching. Great job.
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Review of Mangiare  
Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
I love not only the look of this piece but the content itself. There is nothing like Mama's cooking, a taste of home and life itself, a nod to the good old days of youth when coming to dinner was coming to an atmosphere of comfort in the food we ate. This person spent time behind bars, so coming back to Mama's cooking is extra special. Nice work.
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Review of Angels  
Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
This is an amazing poem that's magical, mystical, romantic, and quite dreamy. I imagined myself leaving earth and flying up into the night sky where stars are plentiful and angels play. It's quite lovely and it kept my attention from start to finish. To include a loved one at the end was the perfect touch. It's a wonderful body of work that deserves all of five stars.
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Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
This is a lovely little poem describing the first snowfall of the season. There's a beauty to it with the "pearls" of snow covering the now frozen autumn leaves that haven't yet had a chance to fall. Along with this beauty are the crows who are upset to lose their warmer autumn season, so they give protest. Nice work.
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Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
This is a lively little poem with all the crackling goodness of freshly popped popcorn. It's a refined tribute to a wholesome and flavorful snack that so many people enjoy. I especially liked the reference to the sound of the corn popping as "accelerated crackling". Nice work.
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Review by Whitney
Rated: 18+ | (5.0)
This was quite an extensive list for your erotic thesaurus. I highly approve. Many were terms I have seen before and used, but there were even more I never thought of. I loved the different categories, the spacing of them, and the different colors for each category. It's a very exhilarating "piece" of work, no pun intended.
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Review of Sea Pines  
Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
I love writings about the sea because I am very emotionally drawn to it. This piece is wonderful with its rhythm and rhyme. It was descriptive and clever, and I enjoyed every stanza. I imagined being on that sailing ship and hearing all the chatter of the crew. Great work.
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Review of A secret  
Review by Whitney
Rated: E | (5.0)
This is very emotional and telling of how people often live their lives, preoccupied with their own routines and thoughts of what's going on in their day. They do not concern themselves with the others around them, others who may need attention or a helping hand. The quiet are ignored but they may be the ones who are the most caring of all, because although they may be dealing with difficulties that no one sees, their sensitivity may be making them the most empathetic of all of us. Nice job.
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