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Rex Mathew Mathew Chengannur, Kerala / India, Male, 26
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  • POEM: Fishing For A Friend by omar ibrahim (5/7/2010 6:53:00 AM)

    I liked this poem a lot........nice line structure, nice use of metaphor. one must always choose a good friend, and that too from a good lot. You must keep to them, for they fill you with all joy... the message was very well conveyed. the poem was also short, which made it more good..since most thoughts come more power-packed and solid in short poems...great thought, well expressed...the fishing work was also felt and it lent a light feel to the poem..GREAT! !

  • POEM: A Baby's View Of by yoonoos peerbocus (11/7/2009 8:45:00 AM)

    Brilliant. Powerful, emotional and thought-provokingly great. Each line was touched with the tender feelings of forgotten love and was strikingly wise. Abortion is of course wrong and people should know that. The love that was to be formed and seen as a part of the mother is cruelly killed in this process. My Social Science teacher once commented on it in class. He said that in abortion
    'a mother's womb becomes a child's tomb'. I agree. Its a pity that our world has so degraded to even killing innocents who cant give back any resistance. But I am also of the opinion that if the child is a cause of threat to the mother' health and to the child itself, one should be allowed to choose abortion. Some decisions may be hurtful, but they should be chosen if they are wise, right and of pure intention.

    Your poem has a deep impact on the readers. Each line was a hit on the heart. Overall, excellent.

  • POEM: Turnabout by Obinna Kenechukwu Eruchie (11/7/2009 2:14:00 AM)

    This poem is one of the best I have read in PoemHunter. Your words and techniques give the poem a tone of grief and struggle. The repentence of the speaker is more than motivating. I have seen many neglecting their family and their love due to their submission to drinks and money. They do not hate their family, in fact they love them (just as it is in your poem) . Its just that they don't want to be taken out of material pleasure and that they refuse to be corrected. But, here is a repenting man, a model for others. Loved your choice of words, excellent line structure, use of poetic devices without hearting the poems emotion.
    Spring-solaced, sun-loving... such invented words give a superb effect. A poem beautiful in its own way. This is in my list of fave poems. Love you for your life-renewing poems.

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