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RamSlade
Mon Mar 27 10:17:24 2017

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My Review of Give me hope by BeatrezGM1697
Eh . . . New
"To look at what shines," just says it all, a smiling, beaming face, I'm guessing. You betcha! Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Sun Mar 26 17:32:04 2017

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My Review of CONSPIRACY THEORIES by seriouspoet
Eh . . .
You'd have to be a complete idiot not to figure that out by line seven. Fun to read, however.Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Sun Mar 26 10:39:24 2017

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My Review of Drive with care by matelotrod
Heh.Heh
I applaud you this poem,Rod. I admit to being one that travels faster than I should, but I am in no way disregarding set laws . . . Eh, except the speed limit. You would think I would drive more safer at he age i am but no way Jose, I do not. Eh, if the speed limit is fifty and there are those who drive forty I pass them at ease.
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RamSlade
Sun Mar 19 12:15:47 2017

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My Review of Could be an early Farewell by matelotrod
That's Me . . .
that's me too, my friend. Poetry sites all over seen to be having the same problems.
do not know the reasons, but I sure as hell it would stop. BIG Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Sat Mar 18 21:29:53 2017

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My Review of Magnifying Eye by odinroark
Ahhh . . .
I have been sorely tempted on more than one occasion to do the exact same thing. Heh.Heh Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Sat Mar 18 18:38:30 2017

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My Review of THE DARK TUNNEL by seriouspoet
I liked this . . .
such a wonderful story was stated within the lines of this short, but satisfying poem. What a groovy (yeah, some of us die-hards still say it) way to reach the other side. Spotlight!













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RamSlade
Sat Mar 18 16:20:02 2017

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My Review of Reflections by odinroark
Creative . . .
Last line is, of course the kicker . . . Poeish in nature in this very telling verse . . .

"You know, Chloe, being alive isn’t so bad, really.”
He holds steady the window pane’s honesty,
reminding himself once again that
reflections know not lying."

No, reflections do not lie, but the man looking at it sometimes looks past it into a lying presence because he cannot face truth, but finds instead a lying, smiling face to put him at ease. Sad, but it does happen to those of weak thoughts. Spotlight!











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RamSlade
Fri Mar 17 17:51:47 2017

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My Review of Waiting by JohnCreekmore
Super Creative . . .
Eh,I spent what I called my two lost decades charging straight ahead. Getting my face in a lotta places. Talked to a lotta people, but this poem makes me understand that all that rushing around and being aggressive, I was, in reality waiting. Waiting to be shown my "place." It was only after I stopped all my rushing ahead that I finally found myself where I was born to be. I am a happy, fulfilled man who may not have done things in the correct manner, but somehow that didn't matter a whit in the end. Although some of my poems may not show that contenment, but rest assured it is there and I am grateful. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Fri Mar 17 15:25:14 2017

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My Review of Bologna Sandwitch by whitecat007
Ah . . .
Baloney . . . Cute tale you have spun, even if you did almost wreck it at the end. Heh.Heh I love fried baloney sandwiches. You betcha. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Fri Mar 17 11:21:48 2017

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My Review of Clinging Leaf by odinroark
Absolutely!
I have walked through Central Park many time, in broad daylight and the mysterious night, an I am sure I wore that same "face of want and desperation." Yes, you are so right about about people such as I was then steeped into our own despair, "Even as real life is going on…" I eventually climbed out of Central Park and all the others who called to me. To say I related to this piece is obvious. I lived it. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Fri Mar 17 10:53:28 2017

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My Review of The Great Pretender by LuxFalls
Eh . . .
my dear, in my prime I have a feeling I could work things out between you and I, and have a hell of a lot of fun doing it . . . Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Thu Mar 16 17:26:26 2017

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My Review of Around My Neck by odinroark
Absolutely!
I too found this . . . "I stepped off the train. / The empty platform was really… / Empty. /
Except for me finally accepting me."

That was/is the first step on a journey to where I am today. Maybe some will look down their noses at me, but the truest fact I know, is that I do not care. I have me, the complete me, and that, my friend is all I have ever needed. This was an excellent piece of poetical writing. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Thu Mar 16 16:35:25 2017

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My Review of You sent me flowers by JimSlaughter
Bravo!
When love walks out that door it may take us a little while to understand why. Your poem has that understanding. Yes. Too late. Much too late. If this if a fer real write, I sympathize big time. I have an undelivered letter because it was never mailed. She, too has passed on. I never sent that damn letter. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Thu Mar 16 16:28:02 2017

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My Review of Tears by Valentine
Eh . . .
where our loves go when they leave is something anyone who has been in this kind of situation can certainly understand and relate to. Why do we make each other sad is a question, which sometimes just doesn't have an answer. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Thu Mar 16 16:21:45 2017

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My Review of Sonnet- XXII by darkelegy
Ahhh . . .
Stunning sonnet, and the words were so well-woven it was a great pleasure to read. An uplifting theme to a love which shall never diminish. I give you a 4.5 and three claps because I thoroughly enjoyed this write. Spotlight, of course.

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RamSlade
Thu Mar 16 11:21:41 2017

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My Review of
~*Sweet Song*~
by Littlesong
Ahhh . . .
and there most certainly a "difference," isn't there Littlesong. Your thoughts turned into words absolutely captured my emotions. I feel warm all over better than anywhere else.

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RamSlade
Tue Mar 14 16:43:22 2017

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My Review of BPD by JohnCreekmore
Excellant . . .
is this spellbinding poem of despair. I was, in a period of my life a BPD, I sincerely believe. I think when I discovered I liked to write poetry helped me struggle through the quagmire of my mental problems, and I had many. I was never diagnosed as such, but I surely wasn't quite right. It must have been really frustrating to see what you saw, but could not help. I thoroughly liked this poem. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Tue Mar 14 15:49:18 2017

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My Review of Missing You by LLMartin
Ahhh . . .
I, and so many others can relate to this poem. I have Dottie's ashes close by, and although she has never visited me in that manner, I talk to her each and every day, It is nice that she is so close to me,

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RamSlade
Tue Mar 14 13:24:34 2017

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My Review of LIving Ink by odinroark
Absolutely!
Words! How many words have been written upon the subject. Words can, and do, validate your innermost thought process, as well as kill the spirit of one not so adept as others in shedding the worthy words away and going on with their lives. Words can bring a country together in times of stress. Words, mere words are stronger than the sword. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Tue Mar 14 13:13:20 2017

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My Review of
Sacred
by Littlesong
Ahhh . . .
To bare yourself to the one you love, only to be turned away happens many times to people all over this world of ours. In this poem it happens inside a kingdom. The pain of rejection happens everywhere all the way down the social ladder. You put so much into this one I felt in down to my old creaking bones. Great write. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Mon Mar 13 19:24:43 2017

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My Review of Who Do You Trust? by richom
Bravo!
I saw "Who do you Trust" in person back in tha day, Richard. Just walked in off the street and there he was, never knowing what a star he would soon be, His sidekick, if my memory is right was Johnny Olson. Eh, shook Bob Hope's hand in New Orleans and I wanted to grovel at the big ti . . . Never mind of the gorgeous woman he was escorting out of the television where he had made an appearance. Whatta looker!.

Ahem! You are flat out correct about the people we trust. Great poem that says a hellof a lot bou us. Eh, never say never seems to be thi poems mntra.

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RamSlade
Sun Mar 12 16:10:41 2017

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My Review of Anonymity Requited by odinroark
Creative . . .
to captured the sad reality which we see on a daily basis, but never allow them entrance to our core. The writer of this poem bared his core for all to see within the lines of this very personal poetical writing, Thank you. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Sun Mar 12 14:41:45 2017

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My Review of Words to Him by HeidiShavill
.Looking Back . . .
provides us (me) the flip side of the coin. That being love and harmony and a poem filled with everlasting love. But then somewhere along the loving circle love crashed and burned. Too sad you didn't write about the "other" times when there wasn't such a peaceful love, what kept digging into your soul to, at last, wash him out. Such a turnaround is this giving your all to cutting ties and letting him know. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Sun Mar 12 12:24:36 2017

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My Review of WORDS TO HIM (THE END) by HeidiShavill
Ahhh . . .
such a plaintive goodbye poem is this one, Can't believe I found it on the non-comment list. This piece of literary poetry, if i were the one it had been written to, it would forever crowd my soul. Spotlight!

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RamSlade
Sun Mar 12 12:15:46 2017

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My Review of Tender Heart by Littlesong
Bravo!
THIS is one mighty write, Littlesong! There is so much about this beautiful creation that appeals to me. Each line is a stand alone line. What absolute insight, you have managed to get inside a loving man's thoughts,, and in such a wonderful wise way. Oh, for sure, this is a Spotlight!

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