Megan E Kirkland Shultz

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Smashwords book reviews by Megan E Kirkland Shultz

  • Poésie et cetera, 16 textes pour se rappeler la magie des mots on Sep. 15, 2013

    J'adore ce livre. beaux poèmes. continuer à écrire. Merci beaucoup :)
  • Oranges on Sep. 17, 2013

    Interesting take on the humble fruit. What I found while reading your poem, was the wording was fruit but the imagery was like you were talking subtlety of a person you loved or you were in love with this fruit and the fruit was a person. Lol Seriously though, great piece of work.
  • A Paper Reborn on Sep. 17, 2013

    The complexities of paper and word art are what this poem is about. Paper can take many forms and be what ever. The poem itself is a bit jumbled. It was hard to grasp until the second last stanza.
  • Jungle Prey on Sep. 17, 2013

    Messy formatting. Too many dashes segmenting the lines between. I found I could barely pause for breath, and was unable to read it with enjoyment. I would space the lines out and leave out the star astericks.
  • Camel Droppings on Sep. 17, 2013

    A fun poem which I enjoyed reading. Love the traditional language used. Jolly fab work!
  • West Side Girl & Other Poems on Sep. 17, 2013

    Lauren Scharhag, writes of many things in a rather complex narrative. The view isnt always nice and sometimes disturbing. I was reminded of minced meat and surgical procedures for some reason after reading one of the poems!! I found many of the poems werent agreeable to me. Giving this one star largely because I didn't enjoy it.
  • Eternal Shades Of Love on Sep. 17, 2013
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    Some lovely poems in this book but far too many have the title of being 'Untitled' so I cannot say which one I liked because it was one of the untitled ones. All in all a good collection.
  • Eternal Shades Of Love on Sep. 17, 2013

    Worth reading
  • Your Call on Sep. 17, 2013

    What a joy to read! Autumn is a grand season of the year. We call it 'the fall' where I live. Well worth the read.