@bubbly, yeah, t'is
@ankur, dude, that was one of the most comprehensive critiques i have read, i thorougly respect your opinions, however i have some things to say. You say that poems need to be written in a manner that the masses should understand, but does that really come into play when you're not writing for the masses? Attaining abstract imagery at the highest perceptive level, is unfortunately, not possible by using simple language. It takes the highly skilled poet to use language that everyone can understand and still create a masterpiece out of it. I readily admit that i'm no where close to that. Redundant phrases? Hm, that's quite interesting, i'd like to hear your views about what you found redundant in my poem. I'm waiting to hear back from you.
@walk_alone, give me a good reason to close down this thread and if i cant argue my point, i will close it down.
"While the truncheon may be used in lieu of conversation, words will always retain their power. Words offer the means to meaning, and for those who will listen, the enunciation of truth."
robotpajamas: since Im going to be giving the CAT this year
d_ist_urb_ed: To whom?
robotpajamas: f*ck you