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Patti Masterman Midwest / United States, Female, 55

About Me : will allow you to archive your poems with a single click. That is why I prefer it to all other poetry posting sites I have ever found.

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  • POEM: Why Do I Smoke? by Farbe Bar (11/19/2015 8:55:00 PM)

    Keep writing: you have both hands tangled in the beard of the language, and you're only going to get better and better as you write. You have some raw talent here.
    Also, read a lot of poetry; different folks, different periods, get a feel for your own style, how you want to appear..
    and never stop writing. Carry a journal, jot down your ideas, as they are fleet and will disappear while you are still rapt with them. Figure out your personal message and then go to work on it, make it your own.

  • POEM: Baqua by Farbe Bar (11/19/2015 8:48:00 PM)

    You have a good command of language and a lot of movement in these lines. It seems to be wanting some music.. would work so well for that. Great style.

  • POEM: I Die In Bits And Pieces by Patti Masterman (11/19/2015 8:44:00 PM)

    You have wonderfully refreshing outlooks on things. In retrospect, I feel this piece is more whining about death. But what would life be without death? You must have both light and dark, good and evil.. if only we could see that last compost pile, might we stop taking ourselves so seriously all the time?

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