|Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
|Believe my faves are lines 3 and 7.:)
I couldn't agree with you more, and your imaginative approach to the subject makes the piece thought-provoking, as well as enjoyable.
xOx Phyllis xOx
|Reviewed by Kate Burnside
|being able to recieve all things in love, Debby, is a good place to be; that's not to say we don't recognise the problems, but are able to put them into perspective and deal with them so as to remove their sting is a healthy way to go. Indeed, THEN can we fully appreciate the micro and the macro by which we are sorrounded and in which we each play our small/large part. I love the details you have chosen to illustrate your thoughts here and the word choices you have made to work them out; delightfully various. Reminds me of Snow by Louis MacNeice. xx|
|Reviewed by dan Rosenhagen
|So much more, beautiful wisdom Debby.
|Reviewed by D. Vegas
|Debby, Sometimes our eyes miss what we should be seeing...we either
overlook or don't wish to see what is truthful. Great poem.
|Reviewed by jude forese
|very wise, Debby ... the mystery of experience elevates us beyond our simplicity ... moreover, our complexity is our ability to understand the emotion of the universe is love ...|
|Reviewed by John Coppolella
|Veritable kaleidoscope of drama and synchronicity, each facet reflecting the others. Well done Debby!
|Reviewed by Budd Nelson
wonderful lines very well conceived.
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
|Love this intimate style you have going for you here. Such good lines, hard to pick "one." The last two, of course are remarkable, even after having seen similar statements before. The thing about those two lines is that it is according to who is doing the love/hate thing, it can, and unfortunately does, become switched many times.|