“sincerely, the innocents”

“I can’t…your poetry is so damn amazing. Please never stop blogging! Ever!”

“You have an incredible gift for working with words, and I am inspired every time I see a new post from you – not in a “aha, I love life and want to share my fantasticness with the world” way, but in a subtle, deep, groaning, “I want to let the truth crawl out of my fingers” way. Thank you so much for what you do for me, for all the ‘innocents’.”

“Power, word after word . I am a fan.”

“I’m not done yet…gonna read more soon. Damn…I was at your house once or twice…sat outside The One And Only one night a couple years back with you, and little did I know I was sitting in front of a massive poet. THANK YOU for sharing Maggie….for realz! LIKE!”

“Wow
You are incredibly gifted & you give a voice to those otherwise trapped.
Your poetry is truly inspiring, hypnotic, exquisite, visceral & arousing.
You awaken the minds eye.
To be able to walk in your shoes just for a day would be a privilege
FABULOUS & OUTSTANDING”

“Your writing is inspiring. I think any writer that can help someone see a different perspective of the world so clearly has hit the nail on the head! Kudos to you.”

“Maggie – what vivid imagery is evoked in your words! There is so much emotion and character in those lines. This was a true pleasure to read.”

“I really enjoy your work. There’s a sorrow to it, but that doesn’t make it any less beautiful. I’m usually am quite happy, and have never had to experience such extreme pain as is depicted in your writing, but that doesn’t make it any less beautiful.”

“I love your work, it’s really unique. It’s nice to find someone else who writes dark poetry and uses images and language that has a lot of hidden meanings. Looking forward to more posts!!”

“I am astounded by your words, I also feel comfort in the fact that your poems remind me of feelings that I can relate to. I have had tears on the edge of my lashes, after reading several of your works.”

“To be so young and so worldly-wise is a great combination for a poet. It took me much longer to write poetry this good. Wonderful reading here!
So glad you shared your work with me. I have a few of my poems up on my blog. Still not as courageous as you either in posting more. But I’m working on it.”

“Your poetry is amazingly deep and inspiring. What a wonderful talent you have!”

“I love the depth of your picture and the freedom of your mind..thanks for stopping by, I really appreciate that chance to see what you have to offer…I am now a true fan of yours!”

“Wow…your poems are so artful and vivid and raw….they make me want to keep reading, but they also make me sigh!”

“wow…you are awesome…wonderful writing…xoxoooox”

“I enjoyed what you said in your profile and find your writing interesting and refreshingly different.”

“But honestly, HONESTLY. YOU are teaching me that in “poet form” less is more. I did not now that.
But after “accepting” your words, I want to rape my own. and then turn my angry scorn on yours. Which is not fair.
I want to tear the world apart. And make it MORE SPARSE.
Is that wrong?”

“You are an artist… You paint with your words…. I’ve read several of your pieces now, I’m quite impressed…”

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11 thoughts on ““sincerely, the innocents”

  1. Thank you for finding my blog and allowing me to explore the window that is your poetry. You have amazing talent and I am anxious to dig deeper into your writing. I am passing on to my 15 year old daughter as she is very much into music, writing, reading, and all things “innocent”.

    Thanks again! I’ll keep reading… 🙂

    1. Thanks Lisa!! I just love that. Hey if your daughter enjoys, have her find me on Facebook and say hi. I’d love to chat with her. The link is on the homepage of my blog.

      Take care, my friend!

  2. Today, I went to the beachfront with my children. I found a sea shell and gave it to
    my 4 year old daughter and said “You can hear the ocean if you put this to your ear.” She
    put the shell to her ear and screamed. There was a hermit crab inside and it pinched her ear.

    She never wants to go back! LoL I know this is
    totally off topic but I had to tell someone!

  3. I love your poetry, it sets free the nightmares I cannot express and touches my heart in all the scary places. I read some of your poems over and over, trying to absorb and hold onto your words. Raw and healing, thank you for the gift of your poems. Jeanne Marie

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