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  • TravelinPoets gold member
    March 16
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    wow, this is highly unique to see, the proud and the mighty are we as a team, Can one one country be as free as we, No as our milatary keeps us safe as
    no other country fought so hard to do...thank you for sharing this with us as we are the Proud Americans
    that share what we have...
    Moons

  • on True Love by Chuck Johnson, on March 15
    Often times we feel such a loss for the things we once had ~ but no longer have ~ True luv is a beautiful in its own right ~ "Tis better to have luv'ed ~ than to have never luv'ed before" ~ Your rictameter is right on the format ~ beautifully done ~

    As a colaboration I would had luv'ed to see Double rictameters ~ maybe one with your view point ~ and one with hers ~ None-the-less it's beautifully done ~ It flows perfectly ~ and written smoothly as it was two as being one.

    Thanks so much for entering your piece into the "it takes two contest" I enjoyed reading this piece ~ You and Touch should be proud of your creation ~
  • lojol
    March 10
     
    on A Fallen Star by Chuck Johnson, on March 10
    This is a great write it must be I found it very enjoyable reading. Its not a senario i've seen exsplored often at all very good job and very creative also.


  • BuriedTreasures silver member
    March 8
     

    Excellent!

    An Excellent Composition! Well written and versed, but more importantly, Heartfelt and Sincere! Well Done!


  • Rheea gold member
    March 8
     
    on Dog Town by Chuck Johnson, on March 8
    Part of me wants to say where is your strength? Start the journey of grief and rebuild be a WOMAN not a child.
    However I did not live then I live now. How could it be any harder?


  • B-Tha-1DA
    March 7
    on by , on March 7
    wow this really nice I like this on alot!

  • TravelinPoets gold member
    March 5
     
    on by , on March 5
    well this puts a mark on her not so perfect reflection of self respect, you did a good job in secyphering the picture, good luck..Moons


  • kvwriter silver member
    March 3
     
    on Weary by Chuck Johnson, on March 3
    I got so caught up in the sadness here and, even with the irony of that last line, I understand his need for the cigarette.

    I pray old age isn't such a burden because by the time we get there, aren't we a bit worn out emotionally already? Goodness. Life.

    Enjoyed this, Chuck, as well as the photo. Each work compliments the other to bring about unification.

    Always enjoy your bits on life and change and hope.

    Love,
    Kelly


  • ears2hearyou gold member
    March 1
     

    lol....ewwww...and yes!

    I hear ya...2 dogs and one cat...oh lordey!
    Finally broke down and bought myself one of those portable carpet cleaners, you can borrow mine anytime!

    I thought you wrote this poem very cleverly, it has
    an enjoyable flow to it too! It was easily relate-able,
    and you just couldn't help but chuckle!

    I chase my moles in the garden when I'm stressed, their
    hiding in fear from this week.. Just one of those
    weeks!
    ears2hearyou
    Kathleen : )) thanks for the chuckles-truly
    cleverly written poem!


  • Josephine1166
    February 27
    on If only I could be.. by Chuck Johnson, on February 27
    Thank you for your wonderful entry, good luck, Josie

  • daviscth silver member
    February 26
    on In the Fog... by Chuck Johnson, on February 26
    Thanks so much for posting in my contest.
    Cathy


  • O.o
    February 24
    I want to know about a WORLD, its history etc, Not a story about it. I want you to describe the world too me. The story comes in part 2, for those who get in.

  • O.o
    February 21
     
    on A Fallen Star by Chuck Johnson, on February 21
    Hmmmm...not sure what to make of this! Its fantasy, and i cant fault you for description, how much can you say about dark..you kept me interested..so I guess...well done!


  • Whisper Mckee
    February 21
    on Where is Honor by Chuck Johnson, on February 21
    when we softened our stand Like that a lot.

  • Whisper Mckee
    February 21
     
    And we do pull together when we need to. No one forces us to we just do. I like this its straight foreword and to the heart.

  • Arrianna MacEwan
    February 21
     
    on Where is Honor by Chuck Johnson, on February 21
    HORRAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I grew up watching John Wayne! This poem is absolutly incredible!!! I am sending this to my husband as well. He will admire your words as much as I.

    "When we allowed our children to be less
    then was demanded of us,
    and thus we became less then our parents."

    These were a few of my favorite lines. It is so true that as the generations pass us by, we are becoming less, though we think that because of our technology, we are better than our elders. This poem is amazing! I wish you the best of luck in the contest, though I doubt you will need luck, its a sure winner in my book

    I wish I could applaud more.


  • Arrianna MacEwan
    February 21
     
    This poem is so wonderful. My husband is a Marine currently deployed in Iraq. I am sending him this to share with his fellow warriors. great write and good luck in the contest.

    ~Arrianna

  • Rheea gold member
    February 21
     
    on Where is Honor by Chuck Johnson, on February 21
    The chain of command without it we have chaos... people no longer know the right of what is free speech and what is treason. The right of responsibility and what is turning your back on America's finest sent to defend this country.
    Greed is rampant and the attitude I have mine now you get yours... is too. I do not agree with the hero's you have chosen you man you... the rest of the poem how ever is totally without a "price" in my opinion.


  • kvwriter silver member
    February 21
     
    on Where is Honor by Chuck Johnson, on February 21
    I believe in this poem. Honor and integrity are so important, in ourselves, and so rare these days. And the ease of living is nearly departed us because many believe in money like a god. Honesty in the word yes or no, and trust. These things you mentioned that only a few hold dear are priceless--they help define us. While others kill for money. Steal for it. They'll do anything. Life is priceless, not money.

    I'm striving for the ease of living, operating on less, traveling light, with my morals and values in tact and thriving.

    Thank you for this. This world needs to know. Hope you are well, Friend.
    Love,
    Kelly


  • TravelinPoets gold member
    February 21
     
    on Where is Honor by Chuck Johnson, on February 21
    To believe and to do are two different justice systems, lies and truths, who wants to decypher, the prsident or us, I think we can do a better job than most that we have had,(not bashing) but truth is truth in our Honor System..I believe in getting assignments done Accurately! not to condemn our men to horror! no one deserves that!
    thanks for the read, good luck..
    Moons


  • TravelinPoets gold member
    February 20
    on A Fallen Star by Chuck Johnson, on February 20
    this was a fantasy I perer to stay away from purrrrfect
    write for this contest...
    Moons


  • irishmidnight gold member
    February 17
     
    on Another Father Lost by Chuck Johnson, on February 17
    This is Beautiful. The tears in my eyes are a mixture of joy, pain and hope...thank you for taking the time to share this!! And the picture...my God It's beautiful!!


  • Sagerider
    February 15
    on The Fisherman by Chuck Johnson, on February 15

    I like it alot

    Great poem. I really like it. very visual, kind a makes you a little sad.


  • TravelinPoets gold member
    February 15
     
    on Why by Chuck Johnson, on February 15

    Oh Wow!

    This is excellent take on the picture, the sorrow of a
    loved one leaving and a baby on the way this picture touched me
    and had to do this,very nice entry,
    Moons


  • Rheea gold member
    February 15
    on Why by Chuck Johnson, on February 15
    ok... now you have done it .. tears all over the place.


  • x Empathic Rose x gold member
    February 14
     
    on Butterfly Mornings by Chuck Johnson, on February 14
    This is so sweet! What else to say but the imagery is really pretty. Makes me smile. I love the honey colored hues, it makes me hungry though, that's the only thing! I love honey *yum*

  • x Empathic Rose x gold member
    February 14
     
    on Dog Town by Chuck Johnson, on February 14
    This is very emotive. It made me feel sad and disapointed that this had to happen. I also like the way it was educational, because I didn't know about any of this before reading the poem. I think you should do more similar to this.

  • x Empathic Rose x gold member
    February 14
    I love the poetic proseness of this piece. I also like that a guy is pointing out it's not just about looks, or about sex appeal or anything like that, there's inner beauty and there's beauty in words. Not that I'm being sexist, but its a sensetive issue and I wish more men would understand it.

  • Perception
    February 14
     
    on The Singing Cowboy by Chuck Johnson, on February 14
    What a sad little tale you have weaved here. I really enjoyed it all the way through, and it's brilliantly written.

    ~The ending is perfect and all worth while.

    Wonderful job, and good luck in the contest

  • Sulfane gold member
    February 13
     
    on Weary by Chuck Johnson, on February 13
    Definitely an irony in the image and you penned it well. My only suggestion is cutting back on pronouns - it just over runs the flow here too much.

    Thanks for entering,
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