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Doris Cornago
Doris Cornago Pasig / Philippines, Female, 63
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Creative Writer
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BS Chemistry University of the Philippines
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About Me : I am with Key Difference Media as Creative Writer. I also did a stint with odesk as writing contractor and IED as website editor. I am working at being a good novelist, ... more »

Doris Cornago's last comments on poems and poets

  • POEM: Arrastra Los Dedos by Doris Cornago (4/3/2014 4:28:00 AM)

    This is good, if I may say so. I have almost forgotten that I wrote it. There is something surreal in encountering your poem after a long time. It's a blast of icy wind which takes your breath away.

  • POEM: Never stop loving the rain by Dimitri Tosoni (4/3/2014 4:22:00 AM)

    I can actually see you in a rain dance like an uninhibited child. Continue to write this way and maintain your youthfulness as I think you must be. I admire your exuberance and your simplicity.

  • POEM: Four Parts by Alex Chemilowsky (4/3/2014 4:18:00 AM)

    Very reflective. I hope that you can expand more the repertoire of your language and so make poetry unlock the image now only slightly peeping through the door. I like your attitude though - brief and uncaring. A lot of potential for more. Do write more. i will be looking.

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Doris Cornago's comments on forums

  • Doris Cornago (4/17/2014 8:02:00 PM) Post reply

    True. We are all prostitutes to a degree only we know.

  • Doris Cornago (3/7/2014 11:12:00 PM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    We pattern our writing, whether prose or poetry, by what the critics say we should. We go by rewards, awards, and citation, believing what/who media exults. Soon, we fall in line as predictable, manageable clones. It is not right to say that media rapes us, but that we prostitute ourselves to who satisfies our " itches" . And yes, the ultimate end is thus: " We now rely on rhythmic, pulsing, repetitious shyte to justify the dearth and death of such a worthy fight."

    My call to arms - let us all be irreligious and incorrigible in our styles and be worthy of our gifts and calling, to be unique and truthful.

    Thank you Dan. I feel the empathy, too.

  • Doris Cornago (3/7/2014 11:06:00 PM) Post reply

    We pattern our writing, whether prose or poetry, by what the critics say we should. We go by rewards, awards, and citation, believing what/who media exults. Soon, we fall in line as predictable, manageable clones. It is not right to say that media rapes us, but that we prostitute ourselves to who satisfies our " itches" . And yes, the ultimate end is thus: " We now rely on rhythmic, pulsing, repetitious shyte to justify the dearth and death of such a worthy fight."

    My call to arms - let us all be irreligious and incorrigible in our styles and be worthy of our gifts and calling, to be unique and truthful.

    Thank you Dan. I feel the empathy, too.

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