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Kelvin TakyiBobi


A Good Poem?


How should it be?
Well, the answer is crooked.
The determiner is the reader.
What is a golden crown for one
Will be a foot-tramping toy for another.
Take these proverbs as a ruler:
A poem which vehicles through past memories and feelings
Is appealing.
A poem is stunning when ordinary is suddenly
Extra-ordinary.
A poem which left you daydreaming,
Feeling sorry or happy,
Printed a strong impression.
A poem never prose, economics is
Strict on words properly.

A poem needs a reader,
A feeler.
The bad and good
Determiner.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, November 15, 2013
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