|Reviewed by A PAX
Happy New Year
Thank you for telling me about this poem, I think its awsome
these lines tell alot here....lol.......nature and human nature
This is where the mighty Atlantic
Explodes into the walls of Ireland
The picture you used is amazing.........
So much power in your words here, and the images........ty A :)
|Reviewed by Christine Morell
I'm so glad you pointed me to this wonderful poem.You write from the soul.Each line is stunning
"The wind will bow you.
They will tune you
And you will sing
Low, mournful, aching melodies."
These are the lines that will live with me Katy. They leave me speechless.
|Reviewed by Paul Mc Cann
|Like yourself I have stood in awe at the site and the phrase "brutal majesty" sums up this place were the raw and rough beauty
of Ireland portrays the essence of life itself . Ireland needs poets like yourself to write of here Beauty . I hope you write more outstanding works like this one .
|Reviewed by Oisín Breen
|Its insane how this merry isle is in the hearts of so many especially writers yet it is truly dying, old romantic irelands dead and gone this poem brings that to heart. We're slowly becoming America mk.2 with coloqialisms as an added extra. Pretty poem. I must say after this much reading you have a very thought provoking style. Perhaps it is because it is things i know or perhaps just as it is thought provoking|
|Reviewed by Tim Mullane
|Not an easy thing to bring this wild and rugged place to
life in word. Katy you have done so magnificently.
|Reviewed by Daniel McTaggart
|Katydid, like with others of Irish descent, you make me long for a home I have never seen, but love so much nonetheless.|
|Reviewed by Larry Skahill (Reader)
|odd how you have so fully adopted this emotional homeland
I am sure the Irish have adopted you as well
|Reviewed by Melissa Rives
|Outstanding, powerful imagery!|
|Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader)
|I am of Irish decent but have never been priviliged to see Erin's shore. You have made it real to me, wonderful work.|
|Reviewed by Connie Hinnen Cook
|This is lovely...the picture, the poem, the whole package! Lovely!|
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|how lovely a write, and how lovely the picture! makes ME wanna go to ireland....great write on a lovely country!!
love, your friend, karen lynn. (((HUGS))) :)
|Reviewed by Alexander Shaumyan (Reader)
|They do look majestic. The terrain does shape the people's spirit. Beautiful poem.|
|Reviewed by Roger Ochs
|You capture it so well. I've been there and your poem is a perfect representation.|
|Reviewed by Amor Sabor
|Intensely written Katy. Seems you have plenty of pride and knowledge of this place.
|Reviewed by Cathy J. Montgomery
|Had to come back and look at the photo...
Breathtaking! I'd love to go where you went--yup...have Irish blood, too...
BTW THANK YOU for your encouraging comments on my poetry (you're gonna give me a 'swollen' head!!!)
|Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader)
beautiful I have Irish ancestors and
the photo is lovely and you verses would
due them right...
|Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery (Reader)
|Beautiful imagery...love the words...|
|Reviewed by *********** ********** (Reader)
|My background is Irish, (the walls of Ireland <--God I loved that) I found this to be rousing to ones soul. A wonderful, pure write Katy. Ty for sharing it, Dani|