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December 16, 2010



sad yet you pulled it through smartly...
love the image your words drew.
your poem is packed with power and wit.

Happy Rally.
you rock!

Merry Christmas.


You did a terrific job with this dead man poetry thing. When I read the prompt, I felt somehow intimidated by it. Maybe I need to revisit it/study up on it and give it a try. You are a skilled poet, Julie.

Shamika Goddard

I have had those moments with my mom in the car, and you gave a great insight into what my mother could have been thinking. The flow was nice, and I am intrigued by the "dead man poetry" thing. Sounds like something I could look into. You certainly inspired me to try it.


Nice thoughts, beautiful words
Here’s my poetry
!! Happy Rally !!

Fatima Iqbal

im speechless. Its written in depth! and i lvoe the pictures it draws! check my entry out when u have the time!


That evokes a strong visual. I can see it all happen. I like it!

The Lonely Recluse

A beautiful poem, its melancholic nature suited my tastes down to a T. Great peice of poetry.
The Lonely Recluse.

Michael Yost

Great job. These dead people seem like there alive! ..smile..


I enjoyed this. The shifts in point of view are engaging. What are we left with is my dark question at the end. Thought provoking - Thanks for sharing.


i like the perspective the dead woman allows the reader. that stepping stones of windshields line is an awesome image :)

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