New reply from Susan Katz
<p>Thanks so much for sharing your poem with me. There are some very strong moments and the poem carries a singular tone throughout, which I like very much. I believe your poem would benefit from some thought to correcting grammar and tenses but, overall, I think you have written a fine poem, filled with emotion and truth. Speaking your truth, is what poetry is all about. Your friend in Poetry, Susan</p>
Original Post by Tiny glowing star
He who was born with silver spoon!
<p>He who was born with silver spoon!</p>
<p>He who was born with a silver spoon,<br />In his mouth,<br />Didn't know the refreshing room,<br />Of crystalline discerning heart in South!<br />His foul plays over significant desires,<br />Made him to brood unlikely in regret,<br />He who was not born as a survivor,<br />Didn't know the fragrance of ordinary dessert,<br />Emotionaly he turned into a missile,<br />Strolling in terrible prejudice!<br />He who was only a devouring man,<br />Laughed in the face of worthful reality,<br />But when perils swallowed him,<br />He reluctantly became the prey to worthless fear!<br />He who was born with a silver spoon,<br />In his mouth,<br />Didn't know the truth of harsh reality,<br />Literally became the witness to his own befall!</p>