s./j. goldner

Rookie (March 2nd,1984 / USA)

Not A Prince, But A Hero Nonetheless - Poem by s./j. goldner

i caught a frog and put him in a
and said,
'now you know how i feel.'

and he swam to the
drowned himself.

Comments about Not A Prince, But A Hero Nonetheless by s./j. goldner

  • (12/31/2008 4:09:00 AM)

    This is genius, ur more of the greater poetic genius, u're so dinstinctive and give Highest Quality in short metaphric meaning, ur a Genius for real. (Report) Reply

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  • (7/23/2007 5:44:00 PM)

    The power of suggestion is double edged, now you know how HE felt! Rgds, Ivan (Report) Reply

  • (5/21/2006 2:33:00 AM)

    Amphidious metaphors can be dangerous? (Report) Reply

  • (5/17/2006 7:06:00 AM)

    Dear Susan

    Wonderful write... wonderful poems!
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  • (5/11/2006 10:31:00 PM)

    Sorry, but I have another comment - this reminds me of William Carlos Willians. So sweet, so cold the plums you left in the refrigerator, which I (unasked, uninvited) ate. (Report) Reply

  • (5/11/2006 10:26:00 PM)

    This is gorgeous, so evocative. I feel the orientals might like it - I certainly did. You have a gift of packing many garments into your suitcase, to coin (a perhaps unwelcome, and inept) metaphor. (Report) Reply

  • (5/11/2006 10:00:00 AM)

    sheesh, that frog had some serious issues. you write some provocatively short pieces. well done.

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  • (4/30/2006 11:17:00 AM)

    Much like modern day princes. Thanks for the laugh!

    Patricia Gale
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 30, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, October 2, 2006

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