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You Poetry Viewers

                  You poetry reviewers sitting high on your opinions, 

                  placing us on your literary skewers. 

                  Stuffing us like turkeys, with synonyms and antonyms ,

                  forbidding all cliche's .

                  You roast our images and tear us apart, 

                  then reject us by claiming "Your'e just not avant- garde."

                  How can you really judge another one's art,
              
                  when we open up our soul, to expose our heart?                .

                  Your words are harsh, and your critique vain.

                  You write sadistic views to bring others down in pain.                    

                  If we could have a glimpse inside your mind,

                  we would all be shocked to see you're literarily blind.

                       

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  1. Date: 11/27/2011 1:39:00 PM
    Vulnerability is more powerful than judgment, though oft interpreted as weakness and tends to confuse authority figures. Enjoyed reading your thought provoking poems.

  1. Date: 11/27/2011 5:45:00 AM
    I don't know much but I know what I like. I like good satire.

    Mason Avatar Sandy Mason
    Date: 11/27/2011 11:10:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    I glad you enjoyed it. I wrote it because of a website that was brutal with their comments in other words they were snobs. They all believed they were the next Walt Whitman.