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Message to Readers
The description is simply stunning. Honest, bright, radiant. The use of parentheses is very clever and a perfect way of demonstrating how the human mind tends to wander and compare. A beautiful part I particularly adore is: "descending from a splattered ink / sprawl, the fiery orb going slow and / then fast in the impenetrable drop": a rich and intelligent description that stands as a manifestation of the author's talent. I also adore the change from lines of beautiful and tranquil description to aggressive and violent ones that force the reader out of the trance of admiring the sunset, only to then allow them to return to it.
I am not certain of how I might be able to improve such a splendidly written piece. It reflects the human mind in all its reality and brings the reader to a deeper reflection of the sun, the universe, the sea, the water, one's self. It not only admires but attacks nature from all aspects and collects the essence of what the world is.
This piece is beautiful and courageous. The setting sun and the ocean may be classical themes of poetry, but this work is all but traditional. Its originality expresses the world and its phenomena in a sincere and beautiful way.
I truly adore this poem, and I must conclude by congratulating the author on yet another marvelous piece.