|Reviewed by Axilea MU
|Who has never dreamed of being a bird? Of returning to that state of freedom that humans must have known thousands of years ago... Sweet poem on a universal longing.
|Reviewed by Gloria Buono Daly
|This is awesome. What an inspiring, beautiful poem of "freedom ala naturale!"|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|I can feel the yearning within your verses, Sandi. Thank you for sharing this gift. Love and peace.
|Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson
|Wonderful, heart warming write. I really enjoyed, thank you!|
|Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK
|To The Eastener If You Go Into Silence-Meditate Like Buddha Monk-Nijan -You Can Not Only Walk Thru Walls You To Can Fly In Your Mind(s) Eye_
To The Westerner Material World Is Just That Material World Rock Hard Solid Like Most Human Brains Aways Loaded On Sum Thin!
Your Friend TRASK
|Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers
|I spend hours and hours every day, just watching all the different species of birds, around my house. They are simply gorgeous and perfect creatures.
Without a care, (or so it seems) that the world is filled with hate and violence. Nothing fazes them in their daily quest for nourishment. So we feed them, happily, so they will continue to bless our lives.
Enjoyed this Sandi.
|Reviewed by Richard Christopher Suarez
My Dear Sandi,
Every once in a while I will come across a poem that everything
a great poem should contain; ( in my humble opinion).
You've created the essense of natures most interesting creatures.
I love birdds and all your thoughts about their pure lives
are wonder-filled inspirational!!!!
I LOVE IT ,...I LOVE IT!!!!
I see the most remarkable bird species around my house and most of the time I am not even looking.
Cardinals....Mocking Birds....King Fishers.....Falcons and Doves
Other birds I haven't any idea what names they have.
But I also own the smartest Old World Parrot....who is the
most wonderful little family member ...and his intelligence is something one has to witness to believe!
Rich Criso Suarez
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|Lovely Ode to our feathered friends, Sandi, and I, too, am often envious of their lifestyle, but I truly do love observing them.|
|Reviewed by Sue Hess
|the part about thier kids really hit home...grow up and leave the nest...what a novel idea!|
|Reviewed by Kate Clifford
|Canadians that fly south in the winter are called "Snowbirds." Yes I want to be one of them! Okay so its not the natural wings but it is the next best thing :-) Excellent nature write and very orginal.|
|Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
|Me, too!! Treasure the Carolina wrens who nest in a mailbox on the back deck so much, I am thinking of putting together a collection about them. Teach us so much, don't they? Really enjoyed this.
Thank you for posting it. 'Pea' <3 PS: When you write like this, you fly. Feel it?
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Don't we all!;-) I love this poem Sandi, the imagery is wonderful!
We should take a lesson from the birds and this poem;-)