|Reviewed by Mark Colonas (Reader)
|Does any one know what "your transfiguration at Colonas shall forever be the most sublime" means? Thanks.MJ
|Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya
|Superb write...yeah....sometimes knowing too much is very painful....great write....BHUWAN|
|Reviewed by nevine Al Seidi
|Yes, Dr. Hassan, Knowledge.. too much knowing.. is a painful thing..
Eating the apple might have been a challenge.. but probably not a very wise choice. Only when you know are you taxed (or start taxing yourself).
But then transcending the pain of knowing is the 'reflex' of the great.
I will go back to Oedipus Rex for a more enlightend reading into your smart verse.
Thank you for sharing!
|Reviewed by A PAX
|Tramas are muscle builders for the soul.....and yes we can choose to stand tall, or to break....this is very interesting!
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
|Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader)
|The riddle of the Sphinx,"Which animal has one voice, but two, three or four feet being slowest on three?" Perhaps Oedipus, as he was a man with three feet thanks to his disability, he was uniquely well placed to answer it : "Man", he replied.
|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
I Salute the Author of "and then you knew too much".
This poem is thought's inspiring. It strikes imagination in the skull of curiosity.
I had a pleasant learning reading. The poem "and then you knew too much" made me think through the wings of time.
Author Tarek Ali Hassan, may you enjoy a long healthy productive and blissful life.
My gratitude, respect and admiration.
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
|Reviewed by Paul Berube
|Tarek, Bravo!! Loved your little play. Well Done. Enlightenment is a goal of the wise.|