Treasure Island

J.B. LeBuert

(Kenmore, New York)

Your Poetry

I've read much of your poetry
And the poems blow me away
The rhymes and rhythm just amaze me
I've read much of your poetry
And it makes mine look like crap
Today I just may burn my poetry dossier
I've read much of your poetry
And the poems blow me away

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Submitted: Friday, February 24, 2012
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  • Adeline Foster (2/28/2012 4:08:00 PM)

    To me? Please do not do that! I'd never forgive myself. That is not the response that I wish to my poetry. If so, what room for all the poems I enjoy that I could never write. And do remember that I have enjoyed yours also. Different stokes for different folks. I also wanted to introduce you to a style of poetry the I myself have not yet attempted. It's called Sestina. Elizabeth Bishop wrote one that is so good that I know I could never top that. I use it in my class but I have to admit it does scare one off. The end-word scheme is so complicated.
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