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|Reviewed by Cryssa C
I love them. I especially like the letting the lightning in if you use tin. hee, hee, hee...
|Reviewed by Charlie
|I can't figure out what you were doing. #1 sounds very much like that song, "You'll Never Walk Alone". Perhaps you were playing with someone else's verses-- making them your own? Or maybe random songs that you had to respond to with the lead-in given by Fry?-- Those might be interesting excercises. #2. Sounds like Longfellow cadence. He was always giving good advice. and #3 reminds me of Blake's "Tiger"... In all, it's an interesting conglomeration of ideas and cadence.
It just occured to me what it might have been about: To take the cadence of a known song/poem, and write a poem using it. I wrote the funnest poem ever doing this, to the cadence of "The Cremation of Sam McGee." You'd love it, but I'll have to rework it a bit.
Take care. --Charlie