Rosemary J. Gwaltney
northern mountains, Idaho
I just have to say that I think the people in here have been cruel here today. I don't think we are here to sermonize others, or judge them. And no one knows who you, or your wife are, anyway, Dream Evil. I would not voice one opinion or another in this case, for I thought we were here to read poetry, and, for myself, if it is something about deep personal pain, I think we should leave it alone if we don't like it. One more thing - a poem is not necessarily always word for word reality, and a person's past poems shouldn't enter into it. Sometimes people write poems about other people's lives, or a life of their own that existed thirty years before, or even a fictional one. I don't mean to step on anyone's toes, I just couldn't let it go by without saying something.