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RamSlade
Sun May 14 14:51:58 2017

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My Review of Tell The World by Silverblue
I'm guessing, but . . .
I have a feeling you are speaking of Facebook. If so, you are dead-on right. I being to Facebook, but I like to sit back and see how dumbass some of the post can be. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Sat May 13 11:10:59 2017

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My Review of Technology!! by matelotrod
Bravo!
I say Bravo! I'm also gonna say, it's never gonna happen. And very sad to say I feel a great sadness for the future.

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RamSlade
Sat May 13 11:05:31 2017

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My Review of THE PASSAGE by kitty
Creative . . .
Kitty, very much so . . . I would have thought that he next to last verse would have been the last one. Still, you wrote a good poem for your son. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Sat May 13 10:59:24 2017

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My Review of Pointless Drivel by SketerMichaels
Gotta love it . . .
I very seldom write more than four chapters. I guess I subconsciously count them. But the real reason probably is that at this time in my life I find myself running outta words. Hah!

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RamSlade
Fri May 12 14:50:26 2017

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My Review of Planless by Silverblue
Excellant . . .
reasoning concerning "back then."I do it often, too much I'm afraid. My looking back is not quite as pleasant as are yours. I dwell on the mistakes, some very bad mistakes, and when I write about them its as though in my mind I can rectify those mistakes. It is impossible, of course, but I still relieve them from time to time. I love your positive take on looking back much, much better than mine. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Fri May 12 13:58:11 2017

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My Review of Sonnet- XXV by darkelegy
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sonnet, darkelegy ! Classic Shakespeare influenced one to be sure. Old style. Best for sure. Can't believe you haven't had someone already commented on it. Yeah, I guess I can believe. Good write. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Fri May 12 13:51:01 2017

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My Review of Was It Worth It? by Silverblue
Absolutely!
It was worth it, never for one millisecond think it was not worth it. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Fri May 12 13:43:49 2017

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My Review of You Were There by smitten25
Ahhh . . .
what wonderful passionate poem you have graced you father with. I know he was beaming when he read it.. I absolutely loved this write. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Thu May 11 13:49:48 2017

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My Review of Feeling This Way by Silverblue
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is the way this poem's writer wrote . . . Dark is the way this poem is written . . . And rightly so, because off its subject matter . . . The last line of the poem says it all . . . "Some things may never change." Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Fri May 5 18:54:57 2017

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My Review of Wept by Silverblue
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and a lot to deal with here, Silverblue. Gruesome poetry, which I liked very much. From the first stanza-victim all thought the verses you gave into what life eventually deals to us all . . . Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Thu May 4 16:24:09 2017

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My Review of Life in Retrograde by blossomwriter
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and although we may wait and wait and . . . "Wait" Could it be? Yes! Yes! The eternal sunrise is before us . . . Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Thu May 4 15:45:04 2017

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My Review of Remembering by michaelgallatin
Bravo!
Kickass poem! As I read this tragic write I had to gulp down the emergence of tears. Yes, yes indeed, to have we survived his brothers' killing would be a horrendous thing to endure. Fantastic write. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Thu May 4 12:27:04 2017

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My Review of HE PLAYED by kitty
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is this (fiction) poem of yours, Kitty, but each and every line was taken from real-life sham artist. Ya did good here. I agree with Sketer, this is a poem, not prose. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Tue May 2 14:04:52 2017

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My Review of Spinning Madly by michaelgallatin
Ahhh . . .
Bloodlust Michael goes back to the creation if you believe in that. Cain killed Abel. and it hasn't stopped, and it will not stop. When animal kill it is said they kill for survival. How can one say humans do not do the same? Just thinking off the top of my pointed head. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Tue May 2 13:57:37 2017

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My Review of Simply Senryu 6: Dancing by myself by JimSlaughter
"Puerile litany
Lust begets lust begets lust
That's the thrill of it"

My favorite, but the complete poem was magnificent, my friend. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Tue May 2 10:54:21 2017

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My Review of Random Thoughts by annalame
Excellant . .
I'm almost positive the majority of us have these same kind of thoughts every so often, annalame. Most will eventually drop the knife in a drawer, making sure they can find it when these thoughts rise to the surface again. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Tue May 2 10:47:40 2017

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My Review of glowing embers by blossomwriter
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those dreams seem to be somehow attuned to the rising of thee sun, and you just said so. Gotta love it, and I most definitely do, Blossom. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Tue May 2 09:36:29 2017

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My Review of Comparisons by JohnCreekmore
Bravo!
There is much truth within the lines of this poetical exercise, John. I think we all go stages of our lives. From the teenager who knows EVERYTHING, into adulthood where we first began to question what we thought we knew. Then comes old age, and that is when we wonder if we ever knew anything. Super poem you have here. Spotlight

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RamSlade
Mon Apr 17 09:32:55 2017

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My Review of Highway Wars by richom
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Ah, I used to commute for nearly ten miles from the center of New Orleans to get back home from work, talk bout insanity! Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Wed Apr 12 12:31:32 2017

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My Review of OODLES OF OO'S by richom
Ahhh . . .
Here's to bickering, cheating, and back to sweet talking each other, deciding to try again to capture that magic of old. Gotta love it, it is so very true to life. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Wed Apr 12 12:21:52 2017

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My Review of In A World by michaelgallatin
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I give you A for effort, Michael that this poem will be read by many people. Se need, somehow, to get a firm grip on the way we do things, govern millions of people. This would be a good poem to be read on national TV, taught in school from elementary to college and beyond. I''m serious man. This is a gutty, righteous poem. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Wed Apr 12 12:11:39 2017

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My Review of The Savage Garden by JimSlaughter
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. . . and I loved the premise in your notes. Actually I do not believe in the "Garden of Eden," or anything which relates from it. Still . . . I most certainly do liked your premise. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Wed Apr 12 10:51:54 2017

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My Review of Super Glue by Silverblue
Heh.Heh
I think most families have an Aunt Maud in the family tree, I know mine did. If I knew she was coming I would collect my plastic my men and go somewhere and fight the Second World War until it was beginning to be dark. My Aunt Maud was afraid of the dark. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Tue Apr 4 18:43:55 2017

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My Review of The Maze by michaelgallatin
Aw man . . .
This is so very good, even though you create something very, very scary. I liken it to young kids getting hooked on drugs and spent the rest of their lives they "Kept staggering around in a place devoid of the Sun's rays." Major accomplishment. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Tue Apr 4 14:40:31 2017

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My Review of Hole Above My Head by SketerMichaels
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made me think and search. Does everyone have one? If so mine is well hid, probably alongside that hole in my gray matter, if o it will have difficulty gaining enough traction there to bother very much. Good luck on figuring out what to do with your "Hole Above My Head." Spotlight!

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