Jazz and Portrait of an Asian Puppet by attrof

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Jazz and Portrait of an Asian Puppet
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Two poems I wrote, the first was to be based off the conversation of a stranger (Jazz) while the second was supposed to be in iambic pentameter (Portrait of an Asian Puppet).
The quote in Jazz was taken from a religious fanatic in the Manchester city center, and Portrait was inspired by a long conversation I had with a friend from New York.
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Two poems I wrote, the first was to be based off the conversation of a stranger (Jazz) while the second was supposed to be in iambic pentameter (Portrait of an Asian Puppet).
The quote in Jazz was taken from a religious fanatic in the Manchester city center, and Portrait was inspired by a long conversation I had with a friend from New York.
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I like the way form complements content in these poems. They have a nice sound, a nice rhythm that match the contemporary themes well. Although it appears a bit obscure at times, I should think it would make a difference if read in the context of the rest of the works of the author.

burcu says on - 18 March 2009

'What the water gave us' is wonderful. You seem to touch a theme that interests me a lot.

Joey says on - 18 March 2009
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