|Reviewed by Jim Dunlap
|Nice job, but you made a mistake here:
Elegant, soft, moist, crimson petals
Picked only at it's best
"it's" would be its anyway, but petals is plural, so it has to be their.
All in all, very nice.
|Reviewed by Eddie Thompson
|I loved the poem Crimson Rose. You truly have a gift!|
|Reviewed by Victoria Noxon
|Absolutely beautiful write. Loved your picture also. Thank you for sharing.|
|Reviewed by Marie Wadsworth
|I loved how you repeated the color crimson and the word rose over and over again -- like a repeating theme. This repeating theme kept appealing to the reader, keeping them engaged in your poem. Truly lovely poignant poem about the simple pleasures of life.|
|Reviewed by Londis Carpenter
|After reading your review of the poems posted on my website, I just had to go check yours out. I love this one. I also read Grandpa's tales. I will be reading the others in time. I find the rose is a wonderful subject for metaphor and simile, having used it in severalpoems. Your handling of it in this poem is relevant and superb.|
|Reviewed by Michelle Myers
|I love the poem. It is very touching.|
|Reviewed by Renee Bagley
|Sherry this poem is so beautifully written. Lovely images:)
|Reviewed by Shar Phoenix
|Beautiful and touching, soft and vibrant at once.
You're nuturing your spirit and it shows.
|Reviewed by Billie
|Omg.....you really should have used that pic I sent you of my Mr. Lincoln in my garden. Great read!!|
|Reviewed by William Gibson (Reader)
|Good job. Very descriptive.|
|Reviewed by Rhonda
|A very beautiful poem, Sherry. I really enjoyed it alot.|
|Reviewed by Sharon Sanders (Reader)
|Excellent poem, Sherry! Filled with emotion of love and loss. Enjoyed it so much!|
|Reviewed by Amor Sabor
|You have separated a rose from its roots and it died...it served its purpose well. Love need not die if it has its roots firmly planted in the ground and is given freely. Beautiful images, Sherry.
|Reviewed by wanda
|sweet and touching very nice.|
|Reviewed by Madame X
|Comfortable and flowing. Very lovely write.|
|Reviewed by Angelica Young
|That is so sentimental and touching. I really enjoyed it. Short and sweet. But very sad