She speaks and I hear Miles Davis’s trumpet (poem)?

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Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 09:09
What`s good about your poem is that it is `well-rounded`. It bespeaks of much inner chaos.....yet as with most, the strains of well-loved music, seems to keep the narrator sane ~ a `touchstone`, perhaps? Notwithstanding the `street-smarts` air of this poem it will benefit from the use of `proper English`.. that is, omit the `aint`s and use the normal words as the theme is overdone by street-slang too! Have a quick riff through to re-check and to correct your spelling and make it consistent and here you have a good poem.....k? x
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