|Reviewed by Elizabeth Price
|lol. That ole devil. Very entertaining. excellent write. Liz|
|Reviewed by E. Richardson
|There is a lot going on in this highly creative and entertaining bit of writing.
Recently, I commneted to another poet that prose poems are not easy to do...well that is...but you had little trouble with this piece. It flows along very nicely...has a bit of a bawdy beat to it, very blues like actually. And it tells one damned fine story. Outstanding work here my friend.
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|A fun read that left me reeling, Brett. Thank you for sharing your creativity. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Lori Moore
|Reviewed by Cynthia Borris
I feel like I'm in the middle of a rap song where every word and character is accounted for - beat for beat. Great job. Now my mind must take a rest.
|Reviewed by Edwin Larson
|Twisted fun write Brett. I liked this alot...but I'm a bit warped too. :)
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|Yeah I bought my vacuum cleaner off of him..
Dark, kinda had me thinking of The Screwtape Letters...
|Reviewed by firstname.lastname@example.org Bennett
|Wow this is just splendid. When we write exactly the way we want and how we exactly feel then we all can relate or feel it. it is always an indeed pleasure to read your poetry especially ones with so much meaning and easy to understand. Keep writing and never stop. Love Aleja Bennett.|
|Reviewed by Frances Lynn
|The title made me want to read this - I found this so mad, I was compelled to read it several times. Brett, your imagination is wild: 'The Devil was the one who got caught with an underage goat' made me hesitate for a second. Had I read this unique line correctly? It could be an alluring song title. The theme of this 'poem' brings the movie, "Unusual Suspect" to mind. Loved this. Totally original and 'out of the box'.
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Geeeeeeeeeee...my head is spinning going... Liza,Lee,Devil,Fred...lol!!
Thank for the gripping read!!
|Reviewed by Tactfully Naive
|Why on earth did Laurel and Hardy come to mind when I was just getting the grips of this consecutive action. I know, Laurel had said something along the lines of 'He gave it to me to give to you to give it to her to...' In response, James Finlyason did one of his classic double takes 'Doooo!'
|Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten
|Laugh all, but this is exactly what I have to deal with every DAY! LOL!
Justin said that Elizabeth showed him, but Jeremiah said, he knew all along, because he once saw Kadey and Luke on the computer doing a search on it, but then Joey and Abigail interrupted him while Tamara was babysitting, right around the time when John and Paul were down for the summer...and Sam, Sam is saying, He has no idea, he's staying out of this... and, and LOL!
Very funny penning!
:) Love and Peace~
|Reviewed by K. Mulroney
|LOL! Brett, you have crazies in your head too??? This was GREAT!!!!|
|Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater
|Excellent Gothic SOAP OPERA! Brett, this needs to be illustrated into a graphic novel! Very unique Who's Who...
|Reviewed by jude forese
|exceptionally creative and well written ...|
|Reviewed by Jerelyn Craden
|Great big fat FUN!!! Fluid, funny, fresh, ridiculous, playful, highly imaginative, original. Delightful following your lead out of the box, beyond the yellow brick road. Jerelyn|
|Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury
|Quite a nice bit of word play here.|
|Reviewed by A PAX
|What a creative write, and such a busy bunch of characters.....like the poney express of evil!!
|Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
|Oh myyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy...Hugsssssssss ...that damn devil...|
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
|Somewhere in the first paragraph I've already lost track of who's who. Too many characters!!!!!
Sandie Angel :o)
|Reviewed by Crissy Foster
|WOW, That was the most confusing thing I have ever read before.
I loved that the devil was behind the whole thing but I must tell you. Satans real name is Adam not Tom and the last I seen him he was headed for Northern washington to find a few more people to exicute his next IDEA. lol
Great story, I loved the flow and the confusion. Like trying to put a puzzle together when half the pieces are gone and the other half are wet and warped not to fit.