|Reviewed by Vesna Perkovic
|I like the brevity..excellent..
|Reviewed by Dennis Michels
|Good job, it has a free form quality that drives your words.
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
|I like the briefness of the chosen words. I've written similar pieces myself. Not everyone likes them, especially if they are use to reading classical poetry. I think you did well. ~E|
|Reviewed by Wendi Cali
|I got goose bumps from this one - I liked the chosen words and placement of them, the simple profoundness, if you will. *grins* -- at first, I felt like I was "in" the battle - then I felt like I was at a memorial day event years later - so that's the only confusing aspect -- but still, I feel like the piece as a whole worked well.|
|Reviewed by Hanley Harding
|Dear Fritz; as a veteran, I enjoyed the sentiment of this. But, I am pretty much a stickler for rhyme and meter. I think this would read well at a live performance. Hanley|
|Reviewed by Clint Gaige
|This poem lacks a crucial element, structure. For awhile you have it, but then you kind of get away from it and bounce around. The poem had something good to say but gets lost in the simple word usage. Also, you might want to go in here and really edit the piece. Less is more in nearly all poetry. Its a solid effort, but doesn't really hammer it home, in my opinion.