|Reviewed by Richard King
|J. A. You're still knocking them out of the park, I see. Definately a 4 bagger. Thanks Dick|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|spoken vocabularies do a way of impressing people as do some poems ...|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|I remember the old timers (like me now) in my little Arkansas town would used that phrase. They used it like you wrote this poem, going at a project at every conceivable angle to find a solution. Nice write.|
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|love the final verse the best, enjoyed the write!|
|Reviewed by Gianetta Ellis
|"Is it wrong
To stay where I am
Perched on a fence
Lost in the morning sun" ~ love this stanza.
Some say that if it feels right both at and beneath the surface, then it likely is not wrong. To sit in peace in the dissolution of judgment is a gift we can give to ourselves - Rumi once wrote something like "out beyond the notions of right and wrong, there is a field - I'll meet you there." I love that. Nothing is until we think it so, right?
"Creation hinges upon a spark" is wonderful.