|Reviewed by m j hollingshead
|your words make me lonely for the california coast|
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Beauatiful descriptive ode to the sea; very well done! BRAVA!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your Tx. friend, Karen Lynn. :D
|Reviewed by Henry Lefevre
|This poem does a wonderful job of bring me back to my youth and my days at the shore.
Vaya con Dios,
|Reviewed by Carole Mathys
|What a lovely reprieve form the snow we received last night Eileen...thanks for a visual visit to my favoite place...the seashore
love and peace...
|Reviewed by Steve Patterson
|Reviewed by J M
|Oh Lisa's comment the picture is perfection for this seaside gem wonderful work Eileen!!!!!|
|Reviewed by Nordette Adams
|Lisa's comment, ROFL.
The poem and the picture make me wish I was at sun-drenched beach this very moment. Wonderful rendering, Eileen. ~~Nordette
|Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers
|I hope that guy has a rag with him..he keeps sitting beneath all those gulls and he's gonna need one! lol
Eileen, you painted this perfectly. Only now I'm eager for summer all over again! But it felt good to remember the warmth of the season, and the fun by the water.
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Awwwwww this is a great offering sis....but the best is the the the theeeeee comments by youself and Ed,
L O V E >>>>>> $*;*$ < < < < < < I T
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|For one reason or tuther this leave me thinking of Johnathan Livingston Seagull. The eternal opptimist and enthusiast...|
|Reviewed by Sherry Heim
|A lovely, tranquill write, Eileen. I spent my youth on the beach in Southern California, this brings back so many memories. I was that unashamed girl a few days a week, breaking hearts and having fun. Those were great times! It would be more than a little bit dangerous acting like that in these times, but life was a whole lot simpler then and a whole lot less serious. Nothing you could get that Penicillin couldn't cure! LOL
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Ed you wish you looked that good;-)sorry you can't see, I'm way down on the beach farthest right entwined with my true love;-)|
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|Gee, Eileen, is that you on the bench feeding those gulls, I am really sorry, that sickness you had lately really did you bad, you look like an older guy with a balding head...;) Ed|
|Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater
|"One couple entwined
Unaware of the mundane
Lost in the lap of love
Unashamed of their erotica"
Eileen, these lines say a lap full of proverb about time limit. "If you don't do something about this by 3:30 tomorrow afternoon."
Life is full of situations. We have to handle it in our own timeframe. When the opportunity presents itself, you have to pry open the oyster to get the pearl. Otherwise we are stuck in the ordinariness of everyday life. There are alot of Whys in our life. To the inquisitive, we have to know Why "the lazy waves at midday"
You've captured a timeless and serene picture with these words. Your perception of this plane of life soars.
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|A beautiful descriptive write to go along with a crystal clear picture that I wished I lived nearer to.|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|You gave me a good portrait of that sandy beach. Memories too, I was one half of that lustful couple. Uh huh. Yep, 'twas I.|
|Reviewed by A PAX
nice to read a poem with a summer feel to it in Jan, so descriptive, felt like i was there........
oppps......sand in my sneakers!
all your fault :)
|Reviewed by Janet Parker
|I was "there" during this reading. And the picture, ahhhhh. I like the way you described so many ways that people and creatures see the beach. Or see themselves at the beach. Excellent, Eileen!|
|Reviewed by Peter Paton
|All the drama, excitement and amusement to be found on the beach on a lazy, hazy summer day !
You depict it as it is, within your own observations and perceptions Eileen
Fascinating in depth look into human nature !