|Reviewed by Taylor Ryan
|I love the vehicle of the questions in this poem, Panda...gushily emotive, demanding resolution to unanswered questions, second chances. There is the need to make things right again...building on what worked in the relationship rather than dwelling on the hurt. Sometimes we love so much we realise that letting go is a sincere form of love, and perhaps, as Richard suggested, your paths may cross again. Just continue to live and love and learn,my friend.
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|Yup true love conquers all... And with a soulmate, somehow they intuitively know what the other needs and wants...|
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|A soaring plea for a lasting declaration of love! Beautifully written. And yes it is possible for those who know what they want and are patient enough to wait for it. I love the sincere innocence of this poem Panda!
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|We ask a lot of those we love and hope for magic cures to woes but they are not always there so the best that we can hope for is love returned. Great write.
|Reviewed by richard cederberg
|A heart-cry laced with the hopefulness that things could be the way they were envisioned.
Honesty, openness, and communication must rule supreme in any relationship. Too often one see's, and feel's, what the other doesn't and those dreams built on hope end up shattered because two hearts never really connected the same as the other.
Two birds may fly off in different directions, in search of something, or for a season, but there is no hard and fast rule that says that those same two birds may not cross paths again.
Richard the Intrepid
|Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa
My kinda poetry..YAY! Love it!..saved it!
|Reviewed by Peter Paton
An irresistable invitation...