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March 03, 2011


vivienne blake

The wordle words were well disguised - noneasy task. Bravo.

Tilly Bud

There's a lot of anguish in this poem. I hope it's not personal experience.

I like the way the last line leaves us feeling particularly uncomfortable.

Madeleine Begun Kane

Excellent job with a tough wordle!


I like "one-of-a-kindness." Great play on words.

Laurie Kolp

Lots of emotion and depth here. I really like this one, Julie.

Linda Jacobs

Great way to spew! I like the crative way you used some of the words! Great image at the end!

Kim Nelson

"Don't THEY recognize my one-of-a-kindness?"
This line spoke volumes. Nice job.

Nicole Nicholson

You worked in the words very well -- it was seamless.



Wow, I'll say you worked the wordle words in
perfectly. Nice one, Julie.

Donna Vorreyer

The headless boat slip of my fear sea - that is a phrase that is maybe another poem!

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