Comments : The Bermuda Triangle

  • 5 months ago

    by Keira Pickard

    Hmm, one of those great mysteries, I suppose. I'm not one for thinking about curses and sea monsters, though I'm always interested to hear about it. I think there's a logical explanation for why there are so many problems there - I'm sure it's just a dangerous area, or people get paranoid about it and accidents happen. Who knows? Do you have an opinion about it? I'll look into it later. Maybe scientists have a reasonable explanation about it that I just haven't heard of yet!
    Anyway, interesting piece, with some good talking points. But did you mean ' still' instead of ' sill ' in the fourth line? I enjoyed this a lot :)

    • 5 months ago

      by Jack

      Thank you!

  • 5 months ago

    by Keira Pickard

    Hmm, one of those great mysteries, I suppose. I'm not one for thinking about curses and sea monsters, though I'm always interested to hear about it. I think there's a logical explanation for why there are so many problems there - I'm sure it's just a dangerous area, or people get paranoid about it and accidents happen. Who knows? Do you have an opinion about it? I'll look into it later. Maybe scientists have a reasonable explanation about it that I just haven't heard of yet!
    Anyway, interesting piece, with some good talking points. But did you mean ' still' instead of ' sill ' in the fourth line? I enjoyed this a lot :)

    • 5 months ago

      by Jack

      Thank you!

  • 5 months ago

    by Walter

    A great poem on such an interesting subject...The Bermuda Triangle. I know that there are many flights which daily fly over the area so it's not actively avoided. But I'm sure it will still put some people off with all the hype and conspiracy theories surrounding it. And like you sum up in your poem...they still disappear every now and then :)

    • 5 months ago

      by Jack

      Thanks for your feedback!