Sandy Player


Red World


The Children make a change of clothing;
Tightening up red scarves
And displaying hats as if helmets.
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  • Rookie - 255 Points Ruth Walters (3/12/2013 3:36:00 PM)

    snow melts but this memory burns and won't go away, it remains, the ashes glued to your mind so that in the end there is nothing for it but to write it in poetry.....you are a talented player, keep playing.....I love it... (Report) Reply

  • Veteran Poet - 4,807 Points Bri Edwards (2/18/2013 9:57:00 PM)

    is mark challenger and sandy player one person? ? someone gave this a 5 rating. i would give it more, especially, i think, if it were clearer for me to understand. but even without understanding i enjoyed it for
    creativity with words, rhyming, and what i call flow.
    check spelling of 7th word in 7th line. is it a typo? ...(and[sic])
    this has to have something to do with commies (what some of us americans called them in my youth, during the cold war) . right?
    i liked several of your images such as Crushing the milk-white powder until it is unwalkable, and the ex-snow, now ice row. thanks for sharing. i found you from a comment you left on someone else's poem. thanks for
    sharing. i think i'll add this to mypoemlist. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 1 Points Yours Forever X (2/4/2013 2:39:00 AM)

    wow thats very powerful and i love the way you make snow, which most see as beautiful, seem like something which causes trauma. well done, you're a great poet. xx (Report) Reply

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