|Reviewed by Robert Cosmar
|An interesting perspective, Bhuwan. One can even get a splinter from sliding down a rainbow ... we must take the good with the bad. All are lessons on this human journey to awareness.
|Reviewed by Rebecca Brae
|The thorn is very underappreciated. What a spectacular subject. I thoroughly enjoyed reading your poem defending the merits of thorns.|
|Reviewed by Julianza (Julie) Shavin
|I like this very much. Is this your artwork? It's gorgeous -- like a thorn, one might say.|
|Reviewed by Fletcher Bailey (Reader)
|Bhuwan...this is just beautiful...this had to have been the sole reason why thorns were created...great write...Fletcher B|
|Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper
|eyes on, hands of the beauty. nice perspective my friend. Life has many thorns, this can be applied to it. G|
|Reviewed by *********** ********** (Reader)
|Oh!! Oh, Oh,Oh........I LOVE this......and the picture is divine........ty, Dani|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|there is beauty in everthing natural ... powerful philosphical poetic
|Reviewed by Henry Lefevre
|A thorn protects
But has no scent.
A fregrant rose
Does not protect
But gives us joy instead of pain.
|Reviewed by William Bonilla
|WISDOM AT HAND
|Reviewed by Katryn Dougherty
|reminds me of le petit prince
good job :)
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
This is insightful. I guess the thorns have always been there for a reason. Wonderful write indeed.
~ Sandie Angel a.k.a. May Lu ~
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Some wise philosophical thinking here, Bhuwan. Thank you for sharing this offering. Love and peace to you from your friend in British Columbia, Canada. Regis|
|Reviewed by Carmen Ruggero
|I've never thought of it this way, your way. Very intuitive. Good poem, Bhuwan. I loved the first stanza. Actually, I think it stands on its own.
|Reviewed by Handsum Hart
|outstanding, this is one sweet poem
peace and sunshine
|Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson
|Never thought of it this way..
Well expressed Bhuwan......
|Reviewed by Marie Wadsworth
|the beauty and pain of a rose go hand in hand and you express that well here. well done.|
|Reviewed by Lori Moore
|This is a true beauty. I agree with the philosophy behind the write. Wonderful job.|
|Reviewed by Sheila Jones (Reader)
|Your words are powerfully brilliant, Bhuwan!
This is such a beautiful piece...
Your pen is burnished and gifted!
|Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen
|Bravo, Bhuwan!! :) Your title is captivating, your piece, sublime, your perspective, as beautiful as the thorn.|
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Double minded thoughts entered my head reading this poem
Bhuwan...even a little naughty thought....lol!!
Yes a thorn and a rose goes hand in hand... < <Wink>>
|Reviewed by Ann Piatt
|I never really thought of it that way...but you know, now that i have, you have completely changed my perspective on thorns! Very good writing. :)|
|Reviewed by Thomas Lanechanger
|I’ll never look at another rose quite the same way Poet. Thank you for shedding new light and meaning.|
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|Concur with Kate, spec if I aint had my tet' jab.
Grea write, and a gift to see beauty in everything...
|Reviewed by Dawn Richerson
|fabulous insight, wonderful verse. Dawn|
|Reviewed by Sandra Corona
|Beauty is always in the eye of the beholder. Thanks for opening my eyes to another view :)!
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Bhuwan, your wonderful intuitive perspective
brings us much wisdom through your outstanding
poetry! You are a joy to read!
|Reviewed by Rose L
|Well Bhuwan, this "Rose" most assuredly possesses some thorns both as measure of protection and strength - for not only does the thorn protect the delicate flower - it also affords the stem the strength it needs to hold the flower up. One last thought, the thorns are SO necessary because in point of fact, they draw one's attention to the flower.
Also, were a "sinner" to grip the rose, is it not possible that despite the prick, they might be transformed by the beauty of the flower? Perhaps then, the thorn then protects the "sinner" from the sin? Just a few thoughts.
|Reviewed by Alexander Shaumyan (Reader)
|I see your poem in a wider sense. Thorns are like lessons learned in life. As Socrates taught: "Life unexamined is not worth living." Loved your perspective.|
|Reviewed by Veronica Hosking
|Cute, reminds me of the episode of "Sawga the Chinese Cat" I watched yesterday with the girls. Sawga got a rose thorn stuck in her paw, after running around and not watching where she was going. And it took a wise old turtle to show her how beautiful the roses were as long as you slowed down and took the time to smell the flowers. Your poem fits well with that theme.|
|Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader)
|I love the concept and the profound truth of reality in this one Bhuwan..........
Love N Luck lady peg!
|Reviewed by Kate Burnside
|That thorn can be called "Love" which jealously guards the object of it's desire and seeks to protect her from all harm, thus allowing her beauty and radiance to shine out for all to see and enjoy with him! He is a mighty Defender and Protector indeed... A true Knight to His Lady! LOVE the beautiful Rose in the visual - stunning! Thank you, Bhuwan. Kate xx|
|Reviewed by E. Richardson
|this is well done...a thought provoker for sure...splendid job, Bhuwan|
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|Well done - again, my friend!|
|Reviewed by George MacLean Akurunwa
|Great wisdom here, my friend. Great piece.|
|Reviewed by Dale Clark
|Yes it symbolizes life. Great write!|
|Reviewed by A PAX
|I am saving this!|
|Reviewed by Debashish Haar (Reader)
|Only if beauty becomes the gateway for truth and righteousness!!!