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October 01, 2012


Susan L Daniels

Wow. Powerful. Really like where you went with this.


WOW!! Brilliantly written... Subtle yet powerful... Drives the imagination :)

Mod Mom Beyond IndieDom

I really like the concept behind this poem and you executed it beautifully.

Morgan Dragonwillow

Wow, that was powerful! I could even see the struggle you must have had yet still were able to portray the essence of him that was distasteful. And the adoration of the woman. I have been here, looking on wondering, what in the world why can't she see? One thing that I discovered, when it bothers me a lot, is there is something in me that I need to see. Brava Julie, Brava for daring to dive into this piece! Makes me want to create another for today. You are stirring my imagination, I love it!


I didn't see it going this way. Congratulations - I think you captured the essence of your prompt. I can imagine that it was hard to make him a scumbucket but for the opinion of one adoring person.

Julie Jordan Scott

Thank you all. It was a challenge to write. I have been especially decent to the person in question lately. I'm trying to be open and graceful to everyone lately... perhaps it is some of the anesthesia left from my surgery! LOL

Kodjo Deynoo

I like the way the questions draws me in and then out, you have a way of developing a character

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