|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Precious sentiments to which I can relate, Stevie. Thank you for sharing this gift, my friend. Love and peace,
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|This one strikes hope and longing like a match lights a candle Steve. The shadows are dark and negativity stretches into eternity but still you as the authour breathe strength and honesty into this poem to make the reader aware of your special strength. Well done old friend.
|Reviewed by Ronnee Workman
|The reflection on despair, in this enigmatic writing, so vividly
and succinctly describes this feeling of having descended down
into the darkest pit; a devouring incubus with no mercy or reprieve.
Anyone who has been there, however brief or prolonged, can all too
woefully relate to the sensations and scenarious described. Truly
a deeply introspective account of despairs malaise and meloncholy.
The writing here is sterling, and deservedly disturbing and
forwarning for those not having experienced it. The authors own
courage and inner resolve and reserve in his ferocious battle with
it, is truly remarkable and enlightening. Great write, by a truly
great writer! Thanks...for sharing. So exceptionally empathetic
|Reviewed by Chrissy McVay
|Very good. Despair can be like the kiss of a vampire. You think you'll never see a sunrise again...|
|Reviewed by Lew Duffey
|Your poem makes me think you have been there or are there now and no not how to escape. It is beautifully written, but sad.
Pray and I will pray for you,
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Darkness of the soul...gives the shadow of despair within!!