|Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg
|the imagery flashed the tar pits in my mind..sometimes we have that sinking feeling..until we believe we can get out of it|
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|Wild dream. Must look that creature up.
|Reviewed by Katy Walsvik
|It is, indeed, Jude. Perhaps I'm entirely off the page here but I think you have described the last throes of falling deeply in love, when that last inch of doubt (do I want this?) is finally dissolved.
I'm stickin' to that and saying I thought it was very uniquely told, symbolically as well as visually. Familiarity with a theme doesn't take anything from the telling. You say it well. katy xox
|Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen
|Well said, Poet. To embrace our fears; to embrace death-- this is the stuff of liberation...
Your work is invaluable, Sir Ace.
|Reviewed by Susan Barton (Reader)
|bridges are cool - transition and change|
|Reviewed by Tracey L. O' Very (Reader)
|So very Inspirational. Magnificent! I love the tree thrown in there the depth of the hole. this poem is absolutley a keeper and be great for everyone, everywhere! Thanks (c :)|
|Reviewed by Sherry Heim
|The only way we can be held back is if we either believe that we are incapable of moving forward or we choose to believe that the will of another is stronger than our own and relinquish our fate to them. Allowing negativity to seep in around the edges of our resolve and sap our strength is a way that we sabotage our selves when we don't wish to accept the responsibility for our own lives and future. It is not easy to maintain focus in a world that seems to be spinning out of control but it is essential if we intend to save our selves. The power to reach our own destiny is within each of us. This is an excellent and sage write, Robert. Cool dream!
|Reviewed by Kate Burnside
|...logged on just to say "hate to say it, but told you so!" - about the response your writes elicit, I mean. Both fear and love are spiritual in essence and, when we throw out the questions, I believe we do get answers and solutions back. But to get anything, we do have to ask and question - to dialogue and not be passive. I know from experience that it is almost "worth" the pit to make this discovery - though we wouldn't have chosen it for ourselves! Great conclusion in both senses, Jude... we regain control when we realise that we always have it to start with. More bread for the hungry here... TY - be well and balanced! K xx|
|Reviewed by Cynth'ya firstname.lastname@example.org
|I can see a giant Ichthyornis too Ace; it's called Social Security privitazation.
blessin's to you,
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Wise words you pen...now would you send your Ich...Icky...Ichthyornis *whatindeheck is THAT??* over here when it's storming? His wingspan should protect me from any bolt of lightning or roar of tornado!!!!
An awesome write--another keeper you've penned, thanks. :) I love the way you think/write. :) BRAVO!
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :)
|Reviewed by Tiana ~ (Reader)
|Your dreams has a way of delivering messages that comes at the right time ... Awesome!|
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|Day fore yesterday I really did sink in bog, where the lake is drying up. Almost had to break my ankle to free myself. Man did I stink.
Theres a great metaphorical message given here. Cleverly done..
|Reviewed by Edwin Larson
|Shades of Castaneda...Another great write in your 'Dream Scene' series Sir Ace!!!
|Reviewed by Sue Hess
|yes the imagery is perfect...it is always within our grasp...how often i have to remind myself of those words robert|
|Reviewed by Kate Clifford
|An amazing dream that could be scary, and yet you found the wisdom within it. Thank you for sharing this with us.|
|Reviewed by Dawn Richerson
|Life is but a dream. Row, row your boat. Reach, reach through the fear. Thanks for this one. Dawn|
|Reviewed by Carole Mathys
|A fascinating, insightful write Jude, as only you can do!
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|A very sagacious write|
|Reviewed by Edward Lupinacci
|I knew I should have looked up when I was in the same pit
all I saw was crabgrass
This is a great write and gave me the opportunity to take the jouney and look deep inside. I so indentify with this poem
|Reviewed by Roger Ochs
|Strange how deep this pit is
"Yet how close my hands are
The solid oak link of support and liberation
Given to me
By some symbolic prehistoric trepidation"
Dynamite presentation. Jung would be proud.
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|This is one insightful poem and I thank you for thaking us along on your voyage into the inner sanctum, well done Jude..
|Reviewed by Henry Stevens
|The title said dream, the content was a nightmare, the last stanza was the magic. Thanks. Henry|
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
|Oh Robert!!!!! This one was EXCELLENT!!!!!! It is so amazing that you can write this kind of uplifting poetry sooo well!!!!!
Yes, how we choose in life to sink, swim or even lift ourselves up is just within grasp of ourselves only. It's really our own choice.
What an eye-opener this morning!!!!!! Great job!!!!! You do this so well!!!!!
Sandie Angel a.k.a. Sandie May Angel :o)
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Though provoking read!!
|Reviewed by ~ Chanti
Wonderful inspirational message contained within this vivid poem. I enjoy the rich symbolism of your dream scenes and find myself becoming deeply introspective as a result. Thank you!
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Great finale showing that when we recognize control is within grasp we need not fear. Glad the saurian type bird didn't take you away;-)
Your dreams are always exciting and meaningful!
|Reviewed by Maria Lupinacci
I so love this!
|Reviewed by m j hollingshead
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|Sinking into quicksand? Present more body area so that you do not sink faster...supposedly lay across the sand and you won't sink & struggling only makes you sink faster...tried it and it works when visiting 'Nam with the military in 72'...man, I DO NOT want your dreams...Ed|