I feel honored that you gave your precious time for evaluating My Scattered Thoughts series, I really treasure your time and substantial contribution according to which I'll edit my poems, and it is something I cannot reciprocate... or express my gratitude...There are many things we ignore simply or do not focus on punctuation and Grammar, and call it just a language barrier. Today I received your critique on Scattered Thoughts i, (and no.X already discussed) ...and I am enlightened about every point you discussed there. Your presence on the site is of substantial value for all of us...
Bri Edwards: I have alwas wondered how people are gifted with the talent of humor. Now, I have intentionally left the letter 'y' in always and I know if I did not tell that now, he'd correct me! An amazing poet Mr Bri Edwards and his level of crirical apprecition (darn! 'appreciation') with a pinch of humor is always great to look forward. A grammer (or grammar?) and spelling artist, he easily guides the poets for rectifying their mistakes and helps them to improve their work. I wish him all the success!
Dear Bri Edwards, well, ..your style in poetry is like a waterfall of light, unique and nice. the stories and the observations that had been inspired you to write such works _ also the art works_ (i mean poems) are cool. and they get the best score when you mix them with humanity(your previous poem that i read) .your messages those are in your poems are so wealthy. i am always your poem's reader and hope to see more poems from you in the future. thank you pal.
Your pleasure is my wish
You Are The Last Month Of Long Days
It's been a kick to frolic on a sunny eve, each arm bared, with no long sleeve, the sunshine lasting till almost nine or ten, but this will be short; i'm out of ink in my pe