|Reviewed by Regis Schilken
|Neat lines. I've always been afraid of spiders--your words made me know why!
|Reviewed by Emma Willey
|Mr. Forrest, This is a beautiful poem. One can put their own meanings in it, and there are several ways to interpret it, but ultimatley, love shows through in this spider web. Tghanks for aharing. Emma L. Willey My new poetry book it titlaed "Inspirations and Refrlctions, 89 Yeard of Life and Love. it is my first poetry book although I've been writing poems for years.|
|Reviewed by Lois Christensen
|The spider waits but has spun its web and entranced me to this poem. Good one at that. Nature in its finiest. **********|
|Reviewed by Samuel Stone
|Nice write, interesting with a touch of mystery... well done...
Wishing you well...
|Reviewed by Dawn Mullan
|The imagery in this poem is marvelous. Wonderful write. [And, I love that you're 120 years old. ;)--] Thank you, DL Mullan|
|Reviewed by Mary Coe
|Excellent. I love the ending. "The spider waits".|
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|interesting write-well spun words|
|Reviewed by Flying Fox Ted L Glines
|Ah, the spider waits, two worlds not colliding. Soft images. Very nice word-jazz!
|Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
|Reviewed by Donna Quesinberry
|this leaves you wanting to know a little more-like the spider/woman intonations