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    • POEM: Mask by Vijay Sai (5/21/2010 5:19:00 AM)

      Hi Vijay,
      Excellent poem I liked it a lot! ! I like the beginning very much:
      You came, You conquered, You took by surprise...

      It is a very strong beginning. Sharp and effective. Like a Caesar the tsunami conquered all. I love the metaphor. Also I like very much the perspective of this poem, that is from the point of view of the local populations and their gods. You could also make it bit sharper, that is: enter into their mind and explore and dress it with their words. But well done. Also I like that water is portrayed in this way. After all it can be a life giver or cruel. And we are all trying to make sense of it in our own way. It is a good poem. It needs a little bit of filing here and there to make it perrfect. You also have given me some idea for some new poems of my own...thank you.
      Enea

    • POEM: Holy Color by Preetam Shetty (5/14/2010 7:03:00 AM)

      I like this poem a lot. it is beatifully written and the subject is deep. Bravo indeed! I also like the idea of associating colors with religions. It is personal and interesting. Well done.
      Enea

    • POEM: Last Words by Preetam Shetty (5/14/2010 6:59:00 AM)

      I agree with Nerisha...you indeed have potential. As I keep telling everybody you ought to revise this poem and decide what style you are going to write in. As it is it is too journalistic. The subject is very interesting and I like the fact you left the reader wondering until the last line referring to your mother. The content is there. The form needs now to be strengthened and given a shape and a strong voice. Do find novel metaphores for the meaning you are trying to convey. It is not easy I know but they will help you to make it 'sharp' and poignant. But well done.
      Enea

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