|Reviewed by Axilea MU
|Elegant, ethereal piece of poetry, with a rhythm like heartbeat.
Beautiful imagery and deep thoughts.
I love these lines:
"You revisit the exhibit
Of your torn and broken spirit
You dwell on what was your hell
As your belly swell to the toll of bells "
I was wondering if this was a typo or... a poetic license?
"I no nothing of giving up "
This was a pleasure to read!
|Reviewed by Michael LaSalle
|I am in awe, to perfection, wow, incredible, I am stunned, electric passion, transferred and felt! I loved this touching, beautiful poem, thank you for sharing the beauty. mike|
|Reviewed by Debra Baker
|I was blown away by the beauty of this poem. You are a fantastic Writer, with depth in your soul. Continue writing us such beauty.|
|Reviewed by Stan Grimes
|Absolutely amazing poem, Mitzi. You get two "wows" from me.
Thanks for the write.
|Reviewed by simply rita
|Hello there fellow poet. Thank you for your comment on my poem "Smile". God has blessed us witht the ability to express poetically and I'm grateful. I look forward to reading more of your work. Respectfully, simply rita|
|Reviewed by Robert Harrison
|What can I say that has not already been said about this wonderful work.
My respect young lady.
|Reviewed by Connie Faust
|Can't help thinking about a caterpillar seen by a child. A child will find beauty in that often "ugly" creation of God. If we could see through the eyes of a child, we would value each precious life and enjoy it at whatever stage it is in.
God meets us where we are in the beauty of His love, reaching down to the downcast and the unlovely, even as He touched the untouchable leper and made him new.
I enjoyed reading this wonderfully-written work.
|Reviewed by Art Sun
|Very nice...an enjoyable view of this thought comparison, nicely expressed and displayed within this poem...|
|Reviewed by Cynth'ya email@example.com
|I think of Tookie Smith when I read this:
they call me the barer of dreams
born in complete duality
anticipation of stains
and a thirst to be drenched in spiritual rain
May his words continue to heal those who are torn by this society. Thank you for this poem, never planned to see it. . .but for some reason, I'm glad that I was brought to your page.
blessin's Sis, so good to see free verse written so freely,
cynth'ya lewis reed
|Reviewed by jacqueline amos
|Sista this is so ,I feel the honor within my self, and you have taken the readers to the other side of your powerful pen.|
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Stunningly penned--thought provoking and beautiful. Thank you!
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :)
|Reviewed by David Young
|Your strength is growing.|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|superb collab ... an insightful spiritual sojorun through the realms
of perspective and character ...
|Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson
|this is such A beautiful collaboration Mitzi. The content outstanding.
|Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain
In a word, fantastic - the photo, the poetry ... superlative!!
|Reviewed by Sherry Gibson
You have captured the matamorphorus we feel so deeply before we break free and fly free, on our own to discover our own inner turths. Stunning write!
|Reviewed by Henry Lefevre
|May your wings carry you to the destination you dream of.
|Reviewed by richard poor
|you only write more profoundly than ever....|
|Reviewed by Nordette Adams
|A beautiful collaboration, Mitzi. Yes, I have been hoping that more women write about butterflies just for Regis. Hehehehe. Inside joke.
Years back, when my life began to rumble like a volcano awakening, my mentor chuckled at me and said, "The butterfly is coming from the cocoon." I'd tell him something disturbing, and he'd just chuckle and repeat that. I wanted to reach through the phone and give him a blackeye as my life grumbled and rumbled more, and finally all hell broke loose. Damned if the man wasn't right. ;-) I don't know this Ahmad, but wonderful work to him too, for what he's taught you and for what's posted here. I smiled all through the poem.
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Butterflies seem to be a recurring theme around here of late. Symbolically meaningful, Mitzi. Love and peace. Regis|
|Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK
|You can Leave The Cocoon If you want Too---Unique n Different Done Good!
|Reviewed by Walter Jones
|Three to four to born again, a piece written in glory to be woke, evolution presented in perfect form, a voice that helps the understandering, so much you are a teller of life and hope yet to be, a gift your words are, to us all. Fantastic write and lesson.. Walt|
|Reviewed by Phillip William Allen
|Strong pen you have in this one|
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Stunning work Mitzi!!
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Have to agree with LIsa on this one I can picture this one being recited in backdrop of the great graphic you chose to highlight this work with.
Beautiful Mitzi, beutiful.
|Reviewed by George Jackson
|Yeah this IS stunning work. A keeper for my Library. Thank you.|
|Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers
|This Mitzi, screams to be read aloud. Absolutely stunning work. I read it twice, and I'll read it again..
We open a cocoon every time we pen a poem..yours though seems alot brighter than most though.
|Reviewed by Handsum Hart
|A fine collaboration and gripping write.
Joy and sunshine
|Reviewed by Kate Clifford
|Inspirational write with great wisdom shared.|
|Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson
|I agree with Eileen
And you da woman Mitzi......
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Yes! perfection of collaboration Mitzi, a magnificent poem that makes makes me feel privileged to be a poet and to read works such as this! Bravo!
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|Brilliant allegory here Mitzi.
A great collab'
This is perfection.
|Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader)
|This is incredibly beautiful and so well written. Another masterpiece here.|
|Reviewed by Aberjhani
|Perfection is as perfection does. Well done oh wise Madame Butterfly.|
|Reviewed by Dave Harm
|this is beautiful... the mysteries of God, sheds light on us, when "ugly" becomes precious...|