GREENWOLFE 1962 Comments (48)
15 Mar 2018 03:43
Your words speak to me. Thank you for them.
28 Dec 2011 11:05
I don't know if you know, but we message each other before because 20 year old girl critized your poem called the oak tree lol. Anyways I read some of your poems and you still moved me with emotions and thoughts. Continue to write your piece to capture the audience sir. Keep it up! ! ! !
13 Jul 2010 08:41
'In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king! '
08 Jun 2009 08:58
He is one of the best poet I've ever read....Read his work and you'll never get disappointed.
Leslie Alexis (heaven Is My Home)
05 Apr 2009 12:39
Great write.. his poems are thoughtful, yet simple.. he understands the power of simplicity.. he is a teacher to me.
Corey Campbell (BlackChild)
25 Feb 2009 03:54
Greenwolfe, you are very good! ! I read your 'PAIN' poem. Wow...... That's all I can say. Thank goodness you have a lot of poems posted. I can just go through each one. Keep it up! !
voice of the wild- child of the wolves
24 Feb 2009 05:54
He is more than a great poet to me....i consider him as a friend
Lorraine Margueritte Gasrel Black
17 Feb 2009 07:23
I can really say the you are among my favorite poets on PoemHunter.You are a true Master Of The Rhyme and you capture emotions so strongly in your words-I can actually hear a heart break or sense an epiphany-tens and many stars! ! ! ! !
02 Feb 2009 07:39
I just want to say that your work inspires me to want to write just to your level, I find you are an excellent writer.I enjoyed it very much.I am new to writing as I just discovered I have a little talent a few months ago.I found my small talent on myspace.Look me up we can be friends on myspace Myrtle Thomas
24 Jan 2009 03:45
I am not trying to be cruel or mean though I undoubtedly might, but you really need to work on your sound. I wrote things like this when I was in the 5th grade, though admittedly, a little less verbose and often with not so much subject matter at my disposal, but quite similar in simplicity. I enjoy your subject matter, but unless your audience is an assembly of the world's 4th graders, please spice it up a little, at least vary your line structure a little. You say you've read Shakespeare and Dickinson, but you're too uniform. Remember that on of the best parts of writing formal poetry, is breaking form to add import or delay understanding from line to line. Without variation, people might (as I admittedly had to fight doing out of respect to you) skip to the end or stop reading entirely. However, as a poet you have every right to continue in any way you wish. I just couldn't continue reading your work without at least voicing this. I really do enjoy the content. A fan (albeit, a critical one)