|Reviewed by na na (Reader)
|Candy, are you "a pool too deep to be safe?" Your Bio suggests you are. Loved your pretty picture. From the name Candy one thinks in his imagination that the poetry written will all be hearts and flowers. I can see it isn't. You are s serious writer and I will not let the Candy in your name fool me. Happy Easter. Bill Murray|
|Reviewed by Daniel McTaggart
|"You're capturing random words like butterflies in paper nets"
Pure poetry. If you were a tree, this would be your sap.
|Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson
|sounds so close to home
truly excellent poem
snapshot would have brought it home
|Reviewed by jude forese
|outside, you frame your life-
a photo you’re reluctant to touch.
excellent image ...
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|Very good similieing here. I get the picture.|
|Reviewed by Jerry Andrews
|Candy, I love the way you express yourself. I would love to walk down the labyrinth of your mind with you, through imagination and experience alleys just to know who you are. This last photo of you says no-nonsense woman to me, but I know that's just one facet of you. I also know the right guy can and has turned you to silly putty, without even trying. Take care of yourself. Jerry|
|Reviewed by James David Compton (Reader)
|God, you can write.
"a pool that's too deep to be safe"
we're made for each other...you're too deep, and I'm oh so shallow.
|Reviewed by anne cunningham
|"a pool that’s too deep to be safe," an apt description. all, well done, as per your usual. -anne
|Reviewed by Anna Marie Fritz
|I don't believe I have had the pleasure of reading your work
before, Candy, but that is going to change.
This is some heavy duty phrasing...I loved it.
Particularly enchanting is the expression about capturing random
words in paper nets. Great!
|Reviewed by ya mama (Reader)
|always wonderful to read your poems.|
|Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader)
|This one stabbed someone in the heart.|