|Reviewed by jude forese
|i just experiences a powerful storm an hour ago ... this captures its intensity with beauty, depth and allure ...|
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|The anatomy of a storm revealed.
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Susan, your gifted way with words make this stormy poem one that reflects what we all have been witnessing this spring, and you
have put it into a fascinating poetic kaleidoscope! Miss you!
|Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader)
|A great write of the storms that pass over many of us this time of year. yesterday was neat here with storms passing over three times with those great breaks of sunshine in between where you look out your window to sun shining brightly on the back acres all sparkly with fresh rain, bright green leaves busting forth from the moisture and the finish of the picture is the heavy black clouds still covering my view of the skies. Lady J|
|Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
|Your description of an impending storm is just wonderful. I could hear it in my head.....Good write.
|Reviewed by Art Sun
|Your thoughts expressed the ride of a storm, capturing the silence and the intensity of its surge of power...a very nice work of this view....
|Reviewed by email@example.com Bennett
THANKS FOR SHARING.
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|Brillo, reminds me of Riders on the Storm..|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|What a way to return to posting with this standing ovation quality write dear Susan. It is fantastic and very powerful but with an ending that is soothing and warm. Love it.
|Reviewed by Jill Eisnaugle
|Storms can stir such deep emotions within us, Susan. I remember how my Grandmother, deathly afraid of electrical storms, would always sit on our sofa with her back to the window, so as not to look outside. For some, the emotion is fear; for others, the emotion brough forth during a storm is one of creativity. You've shown that, here.
|Reviewed by F William Broome
|A storm of a poem... hard hitting as those raindrop bullets.
You bukld a theater of high drama... and deliver with great lines.
Let's not have too much of that guy, Sherman, however.
The hot of Phoenix hasn't overcooked your brain, for this is an
excellent poem with highly imaginative scenes.
I declare it a winner! - Bill
|Reviewed by Phillip William Allen
|You've described a storm perfectly|
|Reviewed by Sue Hess
|i like the changes in this poem too. very nice|
|Reviewed by Kate Burnside
|I love the fallout of this poem, Susan. The Dark Rider imagery of the storm being replaced with the refreshing brights of the ensuing calm. Seems very Northern-hemisphere mythic somehow. Celtic, certainly. Strong and powerful limbs to this write, muscular and sleek with its potent nature imagery. TY Kate xx|
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|You got that right!!
Thanks for sharing.....I feel refreshed after this read!!
|Reviewed by Tactfully Naive
|Intriguing personification of nature at its most awesome. We tend to relegate anything to do with nature to mere circumstance or role of token actor in writing but here in this write it is us humans that are circumstantial to the mighty work of nature as subject.
There is nothing in our puny power to stop its will.
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Beautiful capture of Nature's cleansing process; well done! I do love a good storm (unless it goes tornadic). Well done!
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.