Comments on Charles Sundt's Drabbles
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- "Diving" is just marvelous. The edge of real/unreal beautifully crafted into it, astounding. SDerkins
- I noticed a running theme throughout the poems I read, which in my imagination was connected with the trials and tribulations of love. Ah, such is the test of enduring and fulfilling one's dreams! Yet, isn't it just this that makes romance exciting? From one long time poet - nice sentiment! Tom [aka - Bick Parker].
- I enjoy your drabbles, especially Them, Hallucidnations, Fetter of Rejection and Barbie girl. What I like most is your subtle and witty undertones employed in treating serious themes. your imageries are rich and evocative. And, of course, I like the poetic energy in your prose! umez
- Comment on 'Out of Focus': I dug out the February 1996 issue of Focus (well, not literally, it was on a shelf in the purpose-made binder - never missed an issue), and discovered that this drabble simply lifts phrases from an article on cosmology. Still, it's a fine magazine, that clarifies a lot of dense scientific stuff for non-scientists. The very same issue had an article on lucid dreaming (I liked your 'Hallucidnations') which inspired one of my earliest 'success stories'. So I'm glad to note that you are broad-minded as a writer. Oh, and I've just got the title as well!
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