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M. Sharon Padilla Mexico / Mexico, Female, 33
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    • POEM: Vi. Look At Our Earth... by Igwe Kalu (12/1/2007 6:35:00 PM)

      'it seemed it needs not cultivation, but didactic bruteness.'
      This poem of yours has a smart movement, what I can see on it, is that the first lines works as an imperative, which, creates immediately an image, that will be worked out (maybe even destroyed) in the next lines. That is, for my opinion, a good tecnique on poetry. By the way, the last sentence provokes thinking, re-reading, its irony is delicious. That line is for sure, the best of the poem. :)

    • POEM: V. My Plea by Igwe Kalu (7/1/2007 5:26:00 PM)

      Mmm. Let me tell you something. Your poems are like a drawer, we open it, and something is heard, seen, smelled, touched; then the drawer closes itself, and we stand silent, remembering...seconds pass by like wind, and our hands are needing to open the drawer again to prove what just happened; anxious sometimes, scared sometimes.

      I mean, that is a very good thing to do in literature...

      Wish you can understand me. :)


    • POEM: Fragment: "To The Moon" by Percy Bysshe Shelley (6/11/2007 10:09:00 PM)

      Yes, I am almost sure about this poem referring to Shelley himself too. In fact, these lines appear on 'Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man' by Joyce as you may recall. And as we all know, the character Stephen Dedalus, the one thinking on the lines, has that kind of personality you have mentioned. No need, of course, to quit thinking on the moon when reading the lines.