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Kevin Patrick cornwall / Canada, Male, 30
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  • POEM: X-Rays by M.J. Lemon (1/16/2017 7:53:00 PM)

    What a richly complex and metaphysically rigorous work, for me the beauty of this is that it needs to be read three or four times to sink in and then when it does its meaning shifts slightly. The title is a bit ironic, the x-ray can reveal the physical schematic of the internal human structure, from bone, density, limbic arrangement, but there is no device made by man to reveal the essence beyond the synthetic, A priori, cumulative experience of man. There is no X-ray on the spiritual soul, it can disclose information on the physical malady but never disclose the thing in itself. Or that's how my proposition sees it. All science and rationality is perception that is the tip to an iceberg that goes ignored.

    Amazing work M.J., in a handful of words you state what ten thousand attempt too. We exists in the dimensions of a shadow, parallel to seeing.

  • POEM: American Race by Chan Mongol (1/16/2017 7:06:00 PM)

    Wonderful work! There is a particular cruelty of America, what you say is very true, its a nation with potential but is self destructive with its creeds of self centeredness and thinking of number 1.

    If US doesn't change laws and don't free homeland P.O.Ws!
    Close their embassies and see how far America goes! !

    Well said, great stuff!

  • POEM: An Idyll by Padraic Colum (1/16/2017 6:58:00 PM)

    Love the pastoral nature of the piece, its very mid period romantic, in its imagery and themes, it seems that the scene is one of quite reflection for a period of life and a person that is gone. Still Susan Williams has a point the writer is more fascinated with the context of youth and the allure of fresh vitality, then again we have forever to be old and only a brief moment to be young,

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