|Reviewed by Aberjhani
|You make an elusive and sometimes indescribable psychological state into something visually striking and spritually tangible. The undisguised flow of humility and vulnerability fill these lines and readers' hearts with numinous warmth.
|Reviewed by Crystal Silver Angel (Reader)
|I wish you well and thank you for writing this nice piece..
|Reviewed by jude forese
|it comes and goes ... feel better, Ron ...|
|Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
|You have expressed very well the sense of futility and despair
that sooner or later attacks every thinking, feeling person.
As you know, the sensation can be fleeting or last what feels like
forever. My wish for you is that such episodes occur rarely and
barely last. Love the sculpture, by the way. Wise choice! 'Pea' <3
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Oh been there done that so often my friend!!
You are blessed if you can just rub it off!!
Thanks for sharing Ron!!
Well expressed piece!!
|Reviewed by Sherry Heim
|Though I am not plagued with depression, I do have my moments of melancholy. I force myself out of the mood by reminding myself of all of my haves and not of my have nots. It usually works for me and gets me back to being a productive person. I think busy people tend to slip into melancholy when they have the time to, and finding something that needs to get done, that I have been putting off, can often be the best cure for me. Very nice write, Ron, I am glad to hear that the mood passed quickly.
|Reviewed by Susan de Vegter
|Your melancholy is short lived and thank God for that!
The sculpture is aweome. Your poem makes me waht to hug you.
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Excellent write Ron! You caught the mood well, it's one we all go through! Glad it didn't last long!;-)
|Reviewed by Peter Paton
You will get over it...:)
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|Hey, you got sun, damn, send some out this away will ya...we have been getting the normal NJ weather, rain, showers, just a slight hint of snow, etc...and you think you are melancholy...;) Ed|