|Reviewed by Barbara Henry
|Simply beautiful Sara, your unique handling of words and your poems' fluidity make them memorable.
Barbara J Henry
|Reviewed by jude forese
|life is bliss unless we're blessed with struggle ...|
|Reviewed by Deborah Tornillo
|Sara: Hope! That's all any of us have... Find it, then will you move on.
God Bless You,
|Reviewed by Mor Inchrory
Well, I have had many adventures since we last spoke. I’ve been at death’s door twice, surprising how great the temptation is to resign yourself too it.
However, something inside kept fighting on, I guess you will too.
We,just need to keep taking the tablets.
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|This reads like you need the strength to get up and get out, and even get away from where you are out and into the light of day, because there's a lot more to life than this poem.
|Reviewed by Budd Nelson
|we make our own excitement or boredom
|Reviewed by Stuart McCallum
|Sara, your words echo clear and strong for like-minded souls who hear what you say. Expressed beautifully my friend.|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
|Sometimes we must seek out that surprise, or actually make up our own. I understand where you're coming from, life gets boring and stale, but sitting back and waiting for something to happens isn't the way to create excitement and/or surprise.|
|Reviewed by krishna bhatt
|Liked it very much. Very sensitive poem. Only a good literature may fill the gap for a good poet. This comes in that category...|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Yes, your verses do evoke sadness but they also express the angst of the theme that you write about here and that is seemingly timeless and universal in this world/life. Thank you, Sara. Love and best wishes,
|Reviewed by Mark Lichterman
|This poem seems so sad, Sara. And if these words are a true reflection of your feelings, as I do not know you and as I am not one of religion I, in all honesty, cannot offer truthful words of solace or hope. However, I, as most people, I am sure do go through pitiful times and sometimes, in time, given time, life can become much more bearable as I would hope for you.
|Reviewed by Edward Phillips
|Some are tasked to carry a heavy burden
and some whine about it.
Others ask only for the strength
to make it to the end.
You will make it, Sara ~
You will make it.