Dear unique Luyao
I am reading about your beautiful poems
called “Two poems for beautiful ocean,”
Because I love it deeply.
One part of your poem that stands out for me is your beautiful sentence and your expression
I think this is so wonderful because you used your words to express a such great view.
Another part that I enjoyed is where you des…[Read more]
I am excited by your poem, “because the words you used to describe the ridge are so emotional
One part of your poem that stands out for me is where you said “dark storm clouds rolling” I think this is interesting because clouds and storms change sometimes by weathering
Another part that I liked is where you said ” mother nature self heading” This stood out for me because mother nature is a very nice term to talk about
Your poem reminds me of something that I wrote once. One time i wrote abpout damaged of weathirng and how is the wind made from
Thanks for your poem. I look forward to seeing what you make next, because whe you describe a bridge you used a lot of interesting and beautiful words
I am enjoying your poem called “Rain,”because you choose my picture to write the poem.
One part of you poem that I like is “coming to invade the sun taking over in the sky, lightning.” That stands out for me because you describe the picture good. I think this is too pretty because you give another sense to a picture.
Another part that I enjoyed is where “thunder rain pours down to re-nourish, Mother Nature self-healing.” This stood out for me because you talking too about the mother nature and this is smart.
Your “Rain” poem reminds me of something that I made once. One time when was raining too hard .
Thanks for your work. I look forward to seeing what you make next, because i like your poems.
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