|Reviewed by Nordette Adams
|Is this true? If so, where have you been all my life? ;-)
Seriously, I don't know how I missed commenting on this poem, Jude. I'm pretty sure I've read it and so must've been sidetracked because it's one of my favorites. ~~Nordette
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|This heart is bigger than the muscle it's named for.
|Reviewed by m j hollingshead
|i always enjoy your work|
|Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster
|Insightful and wonderful write. Missed this great work and love the new bio picture wooohoooo....hugs, Trish|
|Reviewed by Kate Clifford
|Happy hunting! :-) and may you have more luck then I have had.|
|Reviewed by Chanti Niven
|'Unconditional' exists in our choices. I choose to offer that kind of love but if I expect it in return, I'm only adding a condition. Therein lies the conundrum.
Great write Jude!
|Reviewed by L. Figgins
|We'll be in the hunt all our lives. Very special write. "To become the prey of your intrinsic nature/And the self-sacrificing trophy of your design." You seek what you possess--a heart of gold...
|Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight*ģ
We all search for a place to rest our hearts and I am confident that you will find such a place.
Blessings of Love & Light,
|Reviewed by Paul Williams
|Superb in it's optimism Jude, I'm sure the unconditional exists somewhere. A very stylish approach into the hearts desire...nice one.
|Reviewed by Franz Kessler
|Don't we all wish to find a place in our soul where to dwell effortless and with childish happiness? Great write. Regards Franz|
|Reviewed by Dawn Richerson
|so there's more to find - light in the jungle, a peace-filled oasis of being? I'm afraid I've tired of the hunt for that other, though it seems worthwhile to delve deeper into the mysteries of our own hearts and clear out the hidden agendas hiding in the bush. like many of yours, Jude, this poem gets me thinking. Dawn|
|Reviewed by Sara Coslett
|Unconditional. It exists. Sometimes though, not simultaneously between two people. Love this poem. It is so pure. ~ Sara|
|Reviewed by Anna Marie Fritz (Reader)
|This is a deep one, just like you are, Jude.
I always enjoy your writes.
|Reviewed by Kate Burnside
|... Are there REALLY so few optimists on this page today??!! Think I can spot morbid and masochistic at the moment, and have to say that sounds more like my stuff than this sheer wild, jungular (?? "of de jungle"!) beauty that you are cutting a trail through for us here, Jude. Now this sounds like my kinda safari... in fact, I might go as far as to say that the hopeful energy I find to be in this write creates a very vivid rainforest backcloth with all its heat and humidity... a spawning ground of vibrant life (... reminds me of a Venezuelan write I need to dig out...) This is so Utopian... and how can it not be if you can imagine the most fecund emotional jungle that is allowed to exist in perpetuity because of the vulnerability with which the Hunter approaches his Prize - not to capture it but to cherish it? And if the Prized Heart is guileless and comes with "no strings attached", then is the licence to personal freedom mutual as well as being shared. Blessed is the Hunter who has no need of a gun and the Heart that has no need of self-defence... and gotta love Sage's Cat's Tale!! :)) BTW, Paul Kossoff and FREE's "The Hunter" is an old fav track of mine! So spose I will be feeling Alright Now... but careful with that machete.... LOL K xx|
|Reviewed by Carole Mathys
|powerful and passionate writing, Jude
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|If and when you find it let me know okay...lol!!
Love Tinka :)
|Reviewed by Peter Paton
You won't find any f that in this world..
Best to discover the unchartered territory within...there's permanence and light there...:)
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|Sounds a bit morbid AND masochistic. I know that feeling, however, it is called becoming tired, very weary of the "game." Good.|
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Exquisite passion in these beautiful lines...well done!
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
|Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater
|Imagine a union with the one you love, in which each of you can be whoever you desire. Now consider the reality of most relationships. How does it get mucked up and dependency sneaks into the works?
The people who seem to get the most approval in life are those who never seek it out. Here is a little fable applicable to Heart Hunter. A big cat saw a little cat chasing its tail and asked, "Why are you chasing your tail?" Said the kitten, "I have learned that the best thing for a cat is happiness, and the happiness is my tail, therefore I am chasing it, and when I catch it, I shall have happiness." Said the old cat, "My son, I too, have paid attention to the problems of the universe. But I have noticed whenever I chase after it, it keeps running away from me, and when I go about my business, it just seems to come after me wherever I go." By being in touch with your own heart and using positive self-image as a consultant, more approval will come to Heart Hunter. Keen poem, Jude.
|Reviewed by Blue Sleighty
|Well, honey, I'm glad you don't expect too much. lol An incredible passionate poem, that I could barely handle. I wish more people knew themselves honestly and were more able to be a great mate. Can't stand people that expect me to fullfill their needs for reassurance and stand on their heads for attention. And expect you to admire it. lol GREAT poem! Blue|
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Like Connie I'd like to ditto your poem!;-) Beautifully said Jude...It would be an incredible experience...All the best to you;-)
|Reviewed by Connie Hinnen Cook
Where I never need to be concerned with superficial sensitivities
Or hidden agendas..."
Amen! Would that we ALL could find a heart out there like that one!
Profound, as usual. :)
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
This is nice!
Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
|Reviewed by Sherry Heim
|Wow!! This is powerful and straight to the point, Jude. Beautiful images that take the soul into the verses and distance the spirit from the mediocrity of the day to day. Very nice work.