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Comment 5 of 7, added on March 23rd, 2011 at 12:33 AM.
thanks for the good post
I think youve made some truly interesting points. Not too many people
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Comment 4 of 7, added on December 20th, 2010 at 4:55 PM.
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Comment 3 of 7, added on February 5th, 2008 at 8:42 PM.
this poem is almost the opposite of richard cory
i like it more not because of the happy ending but because of the character
in a few lines he is deeply described making him actually seem real
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Comment 2 of 7, added on November 27th, 2005 at 7:55 AM.
Why did you choose such a person? Any particular interest? Do you happen to
have a good biography of Aaron Stark?
By the way, I do like your poem
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Comment 1 of 7, added on September 22nd, 2005 at 4:59 PM.
I found this poem when looking for some other poetry. My first thought was
that I wanted to be dissasociated from the subject from whom is it takes
its title. The poet draws a sharp picture of what my namesake "Aaron" is
like. His description may be a bit extreme, but I believe that I would
immediately recognizethe other "Aaron" if we were to suddenly meet on some
dark street. This is the beauty of word pictures that are done well using
a flowing vocabulary that could describe a real person.
The poem seems to cut off after a couple stanzas. Is there more?
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