Comments : Pandemonium

  • 7 years ago

    by Mimed Lovette

    Omg this is by far the most interesting poem i have ever read!! I liked how the majority of words used here started with an M. It must be pretty difficult to come up with those words, but i never doubt your ability :) pandemonium sure fits this piece!

  • 7 years ago

    by Courageous Dreamer

    Several things come to mind when reading this, I think of life for one and often how the things that happen are full of pandemonium. This world is full of surprises and chaos everyday. I then saw a mother and daughter in a house, music loud when the daughter sees something on the television that sparks her interest and thus she yells at her mom to shut the music off and listen. I don't even know if I'm supposed to be seeing this in your poem haha. But this little scene I pictured in my mind made me think of the little everyday things that are full of pandemonium. Really a lovely perspective for a poem. The tongue twisting of it all really emphasizes the pandemonium quite literally :) A rather creative write.

  • 7 years ago

    by The Queen

    Loved the last line the most and the title really suits the poem! Omg, what's going on with you these days? Have you been sleeping well lately? :P

  • 7 years ago

    by Rusheena

    This is awesome! You don't see much alliteration anymore, and you managed to fill your poem with it, very impressive! This must've taken a lot of time to come up with these words and keep it up, until the end. I love to experiment with new styles and forms, and I must say, your definitely paid off. I wish I could nominate it, so I'll just have to add it to my favorites. Great job!

  • 7 years ago

    by Chelsey


    mind = blown.

    Can't even comment.


    I can't believe this poem even makes sense, but it totally does..

    ugh. Your talent!!

  • 7 years ago

    by Darren

    This poem is simply genius a real tongue twister, I have read one or two poems on here where every word starts with the same letter, but to be honest I think that is just trying to be too clever, it interrupts the pace and flow of the whole piece. Makes you stutter as you read and in some cases you can lose any sense of what the poet was trying to say.
    What this poet has done is slipped in a few 'other' words such as 'of' and 'my' to help knit the poem together. The main crux is essentially all 'm' words but by adding a scattering of the 'other' words the pace is electric. There is also a real sense of panic as you read it which not only ties in with the title but works beautifully with line one. Great write and an easy 10 points for me this week.

  • 7 years ago

    by Karla

    A fantastic tongue twister you have here!Love the Italian intro. Made me remember my dad when he didn't like what he was listening to.His volatile Italian heart always liked good music.

  • 7 years ago

    by Britt

    Congrats on your win! This poem makes my head spin.. lol. You and your wonderfully crazy mind :)

  • 7 years ago

    by Poet on the Piano

    Loved reading this, it sure made my tongue twisted! Congratulations on the win, very clever usage of the "m" words and it was a very lively, spirited piece!

  • 7 years ago

    by Edward D Zurovec

    Exceptional,,Finally someone has it write other than me.
    I am mooing, ha, ha,
    for the magnanimous
    manifest of an udder meal.

    Most delightful read.

    Peace and Blessings

  • 7 years ago

    by Robert Gardiner

    Very Nicely Done!!!