Comments About Amy Louise Kerswell

Pat Winslow 26 Mar 2019 10:55
This is plagiarism. Kerswell has taken Christina Rossetti's poem, shortened it, and claimed it for her own. This website is colluding with Kerswell. It is not to be trusted. Please source your poems responsibly. PoemHunter lists all of Rossetti's poems and makes them available to be read. The poem Kerswell has stolen is number 186 if you are interested. PoemHunter, you have some serious explaining to do. In the meantime, please remove plagiarised work.
Rev. Jerry Wicker 11 Feb 2019 08:23
Hi Amy! My email is: pastorjerrystmarks@yahoo.com. I would like your permission to us the poem " Miss Me - But Let me Go" and print it inside a funeral bulletin for someone who loved your work. I'm always concerned about copyright laws and would like your okay before I include it in the bulletin. Blessings, Jerry
Me, an intellectual 29 Jan 2018 09:38
The fact that you managed to bang out 400+ suicidal poems is impressive by itself. Most trolls who try something like this for attention give up after about five. The thing is, the dates when the poems were published don't add up. The streaks of 10 or fifteen poems a day and then a month long hiatus is weird enough but the huge hiatus's towards the end of your works just goes to show that the probability of you actually having killed yourself is slim to none. Whatever. (1/2)
Amber Millar 03 Aug 2007 07:03
Amy, your poetry is amazing! I believe that you should publish some of your work because it is so brilliant! You might like my poems Perfect Girl, Hope you had a nice Father's Day and Forgive and Forget! please reply xxx
Walt Martin 14 Jun 2007 05:42
Hi Amy! ... just a quick note to let you know that I'm 'officially' a new member with much catching-up to be done. As noted in an earlier comment, this date, I 'found' one of your newer poems. Although I lack the technical expertise to venture far into the realm of what is proper syntax, structure, and such, I did want to let you know that I recognized the depth (and power, hence the 'OUCH! ') in your poetry, and that I'll include your expressions in my 'favorites' to watch for, along with ten other poets I've been lucky enough to find. There's much (very much) that I've missed. I did want to let you, M.R., E.F., and your other colleagues aware of my appreciation. Thanks! walt