Devil in the Question

Devil in the Question


I am picturing a dramatic moment, one of many perhaps, from your past, Davy. Powerfully expressed in your tightly constructed verse. The tension is effectively conveyed.

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ooooooooooooh. i can see and feel Detective Davy here!! this also brought me back to a freshly finished book: A Time to Kill by John Grisham. one epic read! nice and intriguing piece, Davy!

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Vivid word-pics in this poem, Davy! AND it ignites the reader’s senses and emotions! Great write!


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I pictured in my mind. Very vivid verse, Davy !

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It is a duty of everyone to question and challenge the dark Lord. Another multi-layered piece of intriguing prose, from someone, as Rosema says, who has actually sat across from and faced the epitome of evil.

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So much, once again, in such little space!

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Oh my, very vivid and mysterious. Well done.

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Wow, you’ve captured an encounter with incarnate evil very effectively.

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“…iced hands squeeze my soul.” Wow! Powerful lines, I can feel that constriction! We also need to watch out for the devil inside each of us. 🙂

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