victoria martinez


1965-1989 - Poem by victoria martinez

Over a period of time
The music these musicians make seem to confuse my mind
1965 the yardbirds told me “for your love I'd bring you diamond rings and things right to your door.”
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  • (2/10/2006 4:33:00 PM)

    Hi, Victoria - I'm new to your work, Gina sent me. Like you, I want constructive comments that help me be better. So, here goes = what a blast...funny tho', it was a trip through my children's music. I'm older. The only things I saw wrong were 1) there were some sentences that did not follow through the thought from beginning to end of sentence, and 2) there were some groups that I wondered if they shouldn't be capatilized like Who and Kiss. I don't know. Then I have one other question - was Jim Morrison a she or is this a typo. On to read more now. (Report)Reply

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  • (2/10/2006 4:33:00 PM)

    Hi, Victoria - I'm new to your work, Gina sent me. Like you, I want constructive comments that help me be better. So, here goes = what a blast...funny tho', it was a trip through my children's music. I'm older. The only things I saw wrong were 1) there were some sentences that did not follow through the thought from beginning to end of sentence, and 2) there were some groups that I wondered if they shouldn't be capatilized like Who and Kiss. I don't know. Then I have one other question - was Jim Morrison a she or is this a typo. On to read more now. (Report)Reply

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  • Peter Lebuhn (2/9/2006 5:40:00 PM)

    Very Good Victoria making personal the songs. I remember the yardbirds thats funny. But how you turned into almost a story like you are telling it to me over coffee. Really Cool 10 from Peter (Report)Reply

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