New reply from Susan Katz
<p>You are definitely a prolific writer – and I love that. It is who poets are and what they do – write poems. I would like to suggest a few things – first, "renovated" and "sword" – beginning and ending of your image, do not work. "Severed" works with sword, (cut, sliced, etc.) otherwise, you have a mixed metaphor that we cannot feel or understand. Are "swords" "intriguing?" – Not sure – perhaps there is a better word here too. Love "Waltz of words" but am troubled by "in rolls" as I don't know what that means.</p>
<p>I guess you've noticed that I've become a bit more picky with my critique, but that's because I believe you are serious about your writing and truly would like to help you lift your poems to a new level.</p>
<p>I appreciate your trusting me with your work. Your friend in poetry, Susan</p>
Original Post by Tiny glowing star
A tribute to Shakespeare!
<p>He who renovated,<br />The poem world,<br />With only intriguing sword,<br />Of provoking words and phrases,<br />He made up his symbol,<br />In the minds of souls,<br />Who were actually fascinated,<br />With his waltz of words in rolls!</p>