|Reviewed by William Bonilla
|You are a brave woman Rhonda
To find the courage to write about
a momstrous past as
But by doing so, some young lass
might read your work one day
and find the courage, to scream for help
An outstanding write to a heartfelt tale.
Love & Peace
|Reviewed by Bobbi Duffy
|Rhonda, it's over now baby, now the hardest part begins, you have to come to terms with the aftermath. And not let it ruin the rest of your life. I know this because I have been there. I will keep you in my prayers.
This poem is so achingly real and emotionly wrenching that all who read it will feel the pain of that child and apploud you for you bravery in writing it.
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|My ex being abused from age 7. Is still in bondage to the pain it has inflicted. Not sure if her chains shall ever break.
To me this reads of someone who has been to the seventh circle yet is now at peace within herself. Of curse this is painful to read. But so very, very! brave to write. And in such a gentle and accepting way.
You must have gone through something I just cannot relate to.
Reading this my stomach churned and twisted with anger inside too.
The images and the school incident, I felt like I want to shout out help this girl someone, anyone!
Love and beauty can and should go hand in hand. May you find it and keep it. Never be robbed of it as you walk forward in life..
|Reviewed by Sandy Knauer
|Beautiful job with a painful subject. Thanks for breaking the silence.|
|Reviewed by email@example.com Bennett
|once again another poem on authorsden that i can feel and relate to. I really love and admire your words and the realness of life in this piece. I look forward to read more so with that said much love and respect.|