|Reviews for Greek Gods and Goddesses Poetry Project|
| Sandra chapter 1 . 11/22/2013
Cool poem. Who wrote it?
| Guest chapter 1 . 12/14/2012
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| sister chapter 1 . 12/1/2012
As I return home I am greeted by marble sculptured gods and goddesses.
Carved white - smoothly sculpted marble
Legends held within their breasts
The sculptors skill will attest
Legends held behind softly molded eyes
If they could speak
There would be no lies
Togas draping well formed shoulders
Grandly held within their borders
Acanthus leaves crown curled locks
A design of their long past epox
A crown adorns Diana - Roman goddess of the hunt
Her bow and arrow held in ready placement
As she rests nobly on her pedestal
Her keen eyes ever wakeful
Pauline Bonaparte - sister of Napoleon
No clothing is her desired cast off burden
Lounges languidly - seductively - on her elaborate chaise
Inviting a traveller's embrace
Holding an invitational apple
Inviting one to sample
Evoking the Venus Victrix
With her sly and wylie tricks
Antonio Canovas creation - reflected grandly in golden framed mirror
Inviting to come nearer
Under crystal chandelier
In a far corner on tall marble pedestal
One's eyes befall
On demure Victorian - youthful - beauty
Lowers her eyes before our gaze
As is her duty
Ringlets held in bands of imagined gold
For a fortune she was sold
These are my companions
Bought at auctions
In the softly glowing light
A collector's delight
Which brighten and heighten
My indoor - inner life
Disregarding all strife
Which greet me
With solemn silence
As I return home from the fray
Each and every day
Fortune cookie says
"Be kind to pigeons -
A statue will be made of you".
| Tori chapter 12 . 11/20/2012
no i dont understand how can it be that hard?
| cameron chapter 1 . 11/20/2012
| Joe Momma chapter 8 . 11/13/2012
I use an atlas in socail science.
| Guest chapter 5 . 11/13/2012
hello this isis
| Guest chapter 1 . 11/13/2012
| Natural and fake beauty chapter 1 . 3/14/2011
oh i like this very much. ive always been interested in greek gods and goddesses
| Monica Rodarte chapter 6 . 1/25/2011
| white wolf97 chapter 9 . 7/29/2010
there you go, Rhea! girl power!
| white wolf97 chapter 5 . 7/29/2010
| white wolf97 chapter 1 . 7/29/2010
woah. i researched this kind of stuff before, very accurate. me likeses.
do you mind reading my story "The White Wolf"? i also appreciate reviews. *wink wink*
| Stormi Reagan chapter 2 . 7/29/2010
Though short, you captivated the idea of Gaia and how important she was to the Earth, her children, Titans, Cuclopes and Gods. Yes, 'Gods' got me and hooked me like a hanger... Yeah, that didn't sound too smart haha.
My favorite line was the embrace of the Sky and the Earth near the Horizon. If this is weird, so be it, but I literally imagined the blue sky and the earth's ground hugging beneath a setting sun.
I would leave a longer review, but I will not make stuff up.
Thank you for writing your poetry.
| Stormi Reagan chapter 1 . 7/29/2010
You used the words well, like this part-
Chaos was running free,
Laughing, Rejoicing in the
Disorder, but he grew sad when he realized that
-was good. I got the idea of Chaos in my head, and his emotions flew fluidly. Also, near the end, where you say
Chaos still waits, listens, and watches
For moments when material ideas and thoughts;
Logic and Reasoning
-hit me hard. Very well done, I might say. Like I said about his emotions, the pace also went fluidly as you didn't clutter the words with some that really didn't need to be in there. Some poetry I've read does that. They may focus too much on one thing and lose the purpose on another. I like your references to the beating heart, the mass of silence, and the darkness. I can relate to feelings of that.
) -Tech Heart