|Reviewed by Taylor Ryan
|You must be paying home a visit, Susan. Mine is not nearly as mysterious and romantic a place. You do her proud, my dear! I've got to get back there.
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|Great tribute to a grand old lady, may she escape hurricanes for awhile.
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Most beautiful poetry....thanks for sharing !!
|Reviewed by . ignis
|It is a blessing to be able to see your town of birth containing still the memories from your younger days. I have felt at home in many places, but actually never was home. The desire to experience that faded with time and gradually was overtaken by other wishes and hopes, a decreasing number of which has anything to do with what exists or is taking place in this life. I live from instant to instant, from change to change, but it is good to witness others enjoy such privilege and express it so well.
|Reviewed by jude forese
|the wonder and charm of your home town comes to life in this most beautiful poem ...|
|Reviewed by L. Figgins
|No place like where our roots began. We're dug-in, grown from it's soil, even if we leave. The air there smells sweeter 'cause it's in our blood. I love poems of place and this is no exception, Susan. Fine write! Thank you...|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|Thank you for taking us on a magnolia-scented journey of the Queen City Of The South, it is refreshing to read the mindset of a native Savannahite (I know that isn't right). The ending is quite dramatic.|
|Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson
|Excellent capture of this most elegant place…...wish I were there now…...but someday soon it may come to pass if our attempted acquisition of a restaurant on Tybee can be sealed. Beautiful piece Susan|
|Reviewed by Peter Paton
You bring Savannah to the fore this Independence Day Weekend, in the most sentimental and affectionate way...
More power to your gifted pen..
Peace & Gratitude
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|There is nothing like Home Sweet Home.|
|Reviewed by F William Broome
|A real Native speaks. Beautiful account of Savannah charms. Lived in Charleston for seven years; know what you mean. With envy, - Bill
|Reviewed by Aberjhani
|One of the great magical things about the city is how its cultural, political, and historical richness provides such deep and varied experiences of it--somewhat the same way your superb poetry provides emotionally poignant and spiritually dynamic experiences of literature. Enjoyed the read tremendously.