eelaine, your intention was so obvious that I did not feel the necessity to stress it. I found your post particularly entertaining, btw.
Linda, hadyou told "shy" I would have agree, "sly", no, you could never see it in the palm of my hand or in any part of me, it is simply not coded in my ADN. Of course you were talking about the form, and so do I. Moreover, I would not be surprised if both poems came from the same "tree" (so to speak). Was it necessary to repeat? Maybe? OK, then.
It could be also romantic in a dramatic way, but not in the way (no
way!) in the spirit of I'mYM. Much too dark. Much too dark
and serious, and sad.
To come back to eelaine's post regarding the "deserve it or not" aspect, maybe I was knitting too much fog again. Sorry.
Then I'll stress what some people had say (and what some people are still saying right now, particularly neo nazi and skin gangs) about Hitler that he was a genius.
As well as Charles Chaplin titled his film "The Dictator", maybe this poem... is a flower for Hitler for the brilliancy of his final solution to the Jews problem, a long strory that he engramed in 6 paragraphs, images that worth thousand words. And a title. Now please, please
consider that I put it all on his cynism. But, this is just what I think
about all this. Right? Right.
For my personal opinions, anybody who has read my previous posts here and there on board, on this subject (and even others) knows what I think.
Have a happy Mother Day to whom it may concern!