|Reviewed by Cynth'ya email@example.com
|. . . and the beat of life and its mystery goes on my brotha.
(didn't that feel good to get it all out? :-)
cynth'ya lewis reed
|Reviewed by Susan Sparks (Reader)
|I've done free form writing. My poem, "Go Ahead and Jump" is an example. I especially like to write poetry while listening to old songs--sometimes I take the first line or a phrase or whatever and see where it goes.|
|Reviewed by Kate Clifford
|Know the feeling. Great style for release.|
|Reviewed by richard poor
|jus keep ramblin...it makes sense to me...|
|Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
|Though "never finish" strikes me as a better place to end, this to me is a poem. No sarcasm intended! Love the tension caused by clever juxtapositions in the first two verses. . .humor of "Wow that's Zen". . oomph of
"experimenting in a rhythmic, undulating
pump". . .surprise the "pump" engenders.
And the picture is perfect. Came here because I was so impressed with your article, and am very glad I did.
|Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen
|Wonderful meanderings, Brendan! :) The tenuous link between stanza's is understood when the last line is read, then nodded over with a slight smile.
|Reviewed by Edward Petty (Reader)
|The poem that's not actually a poem. I've never been good at free-form writing, but this is great. I'm tired, too, Brendan. I'm tired of not getting paid well enough to suit my high-income attitude. I want to buy almost everything I see. ;-}|
|Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader)
|I am going to try this. I like it and it is refreshing from the standard form of writing. Floria|
|Reviewed by na na (Reader)
|To follow this, I did free form reading. Jumped all over page. Bill Murray|