|Reviewed by apple du plessis
|such a beautiful poem, nearly cried. hope to hear more about u.....
|Reviewed by noxolo marcia (Reader)
|sad,heart breaking i my self cant recall any good memory of mt childhood ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;muts say hope you cope well with life
|Reviewed by Liana Margiva
|Last 6 sentences are HEAVENLY BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WONDEFUL POEM!!!!!!! Liana Margiva|
|Reviewed by Emile Tubiana
I read your poem. It is a great write. You express so well the feelings of many who cannot express them, but I hope that you are stronger than your poem. During WWII we suffered a lot, but in order not to suffer too much, I later wrote my book "Childhood Regained". Be assured that you have more time than you think, to do regain your childhood. Try to write about what makes you happy, as the Child is always in us. He will show you the path. At seventy-six I feel younger today than before. Emile
|Reviewed by Chrissy McVay
|Wonderful step back in time.
|Reviewed by Southern Comfort
|Oh Poor Baby! This beauty breaks my heart! I can so feel each pain filled word, relate and understand. But Precious, we waded through Hell and came out alive! We survived! HUGS! SC|
|Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
|What a beautiful write and powerful imagery! Enjoyed this serene and peaceful write!
|Reviewed by William Bonilla
|Great imagery Georg
To a heartfelt piece
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
This one reaches in and squeezes the heart of those who remember...very powerfully penned sadness, my (((friend))).
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :(
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|I love the imagery in this poignant poem Georg. I'm glad you were able to fill your empty spaces in your secret garden!
|Reviewed by Morning Star
|Such beautiful heartfelt write
George..This page is dripping with
Emotions from a childhood filled with
Empty spaces very sad
Love And Peace to you always
Your friend....Morning Star
|Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
|Such a heartfelt write, so full of unresolved emotions. Truely a inward reflection. Enjoyed.
|Reviewed by jude forese
|most of my childhood was also filled with empty spaces ... what i did was to saturate them with knowledge, hope and motivation ... i then found the empty spaces existed no more ...
sensitive, yet concrete ... vivid imagery ...
|Reviewed by H Cruz
|Forbidden to eat figs and berries? Man that would suck, hope you fill that void G-man!|
|Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader)
|A good write, Georg, I wish that I had anything to recall. I don't remember ever having fun moments even as a child. There was always someone to make every moment sad or hurt. I had to learn to laugh and have fun after I got older. It's never to late to have a happy childhood they told me when I was in my thirties. I'm probably more a kid now then I ever was then. good food for thoughts. Lady J|
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Oh my God this touches so deeply...but the imagery of nature brought me such beauty within!!
Awesome..yet heartfelt offering!!
|Reviewed by Laura Mayer
|So sad Georg, and obviously something in your soul will always yearn for that lost childhood. I think everyone has a yearning for something lost in their lives. But I am also a firm believer that "what doesn't kill us, will only make us stronger".
Thank you for sharing Georg.
|Reviewed by D Johnson
|Georg, been there, done that...nice written, but sad trip down memory lane.
|Reviewed by HB Clayton
|Sad piece indeed. I can't help though to think that even the lost childhood will continue to shape us today and therefore never really goes away. Good or bad it's time well spent. Well Written - HB|
|Reviewed by Linda Hill
Poignant and deep, my friend. The down side is adults who have had a bad childhood cannot recapture it back. The soul is always searching for that elusive dream. I didn't have a bad childhood Georg. I did have alot of responsiblity because my Mama died so young and left 8 kids behind, me being the oldest. Outstanding poetry, my friend.
|Reviewed by Guy Hogan
|Childhood is such a fragile thing and it does not last long. You've captured this in this poem. The poem is full of sadness but happiness, too.|
|Reviewed by Susan Sonnen
|There is something very beautiful and wistful about the words
'the last echoes from my childhood'. I enjoyed the entire poem, but those words will stay with me forever~
|Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
|Very poweful pen, enjoyed very much....Hugsssss|
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|My secret garden always will be there
in the very heart of a lost childhood,
An extremely sad piece, Georg. Although I had what I consider to be a wonderful childhood, I know far too many did not, and you've powerfully portrayed that here.
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|A poignant write as seen through the eyes of an unloved child. Powerful|