|Reviewed by Debbie Tipton
|Reviewed by Deanna Jones (Reader)
|"explosive, compulsive, and arrogant"--I feel that way sometimes, but I don't think I've accepted things with the grace you have. This hit home, and I thank you for sharing.|
|Reviewed by Edward Trelawny (Reader)
|It's called a poetic comceit...it actually is a respected literary device, and I think Ms. Pittman uses it well. John Donne (you may have heard of him) used it well. My favorite poet (you all know who by now) is considered good at it, as well.|
|Reviewed by Jeremy Vaeni
|I really appreciate your range and your voice. However, you may want to steer clear of descriptions that combine "real" situations with dramatic inner, personal emotions. (re: "and the water rushed up around me swallowing me beneath the depths
washing me in the purity of a new beginning")
That sounds nice and we understand the sentiment behind it but it doesn't actually make sense.
As always, I love your vivid, raw approach to poetry. Keep on giving, friend.
|Reviewed by William DeVault
|Just an extraordinary demonstration of your mastery of the craft and your breadth of style.|
|Reviewed by Mari Laureano (Reader)
|The soft Pittman is as beautiful as the volatile one. Well done. **Mari**|
|Reviewed by C. Gourlay
|April I am moved, you bear the mark of the ram and you use it well. The whole poem is beautiful, with the last four lines being particularly profound, thank you.|
|Reviewed by Janet Caldwell
Sweetie, you never disappoint me and you don't disappoint God either. The last stanza reminds me of myself to a T. The crafting of this poem is outstanding. Thanks for a peek into your gentle soul. Much love, Janet xoxoxo
|Reviewed by Kathleen M.Kohl
|Beatiful April well written and well read, thankyou for sharing and also thankyou for visiting my site and for the rating you are very kind.|
|Reviewed by Caryn Day-Suarez
|Great minds think alike today huh girlfriend!? Great job. Powerful and poignant!! 10+!!
|Reviewed by Trixie Love
We are always unconditonally
loved by our maker....
"That's the most important
love of all...