|Reviewed by ***** ********* (Reader)
|Wonderfully playful and complex wordsmithing, Tyler, and a nice metaphor for each reader to interpret as they will...|
|Reviewed by Susan Phillips
|This is a clever poem that made me smile, yet touched me. I particularly liked:
"the night is set for hours,
and the sun keeps tripping
on it's myriad skirts "
|Reviewed by Ashraf Goreja (Reader)
|Profound and an excellent write.
|Reviewed by Lawrance Lux
|Is it Night and Day which fall and rise, or only humanity? Can a new face upon the horizon bring a betterment? lgl|
|Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader)
|Does it ever end?|
|Reviewed by Zenith Elliott
|Excellent imagery, Tyler. Wonderfully worded! ~Z~|
|Reviewed by Kevin Mc Crum (Reader)
|This is exceptional. Lyrical, crafty, meter, images, thought, everything!|
|Reviewed by Candida Eittreim
This is simply wonderful.
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Reviewed by Carolyn Red Bear (The Bear Paw)
|This is very profound, Tyler. I've read it three times, and I see a "twist" in the last verse that puts a whole different essence on the whole piece. Without it, it would just be a reflective write, but that last verse makes it a profound truth to be pondered and remembered. Thank you for sharing, Tyler...
|Reviewed by jude forese
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
|Sometimes we are wondered how the words came to us in the first place. An intriguing write.
May Lu a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
|Reviewed by Jessica Stanfield
|Oooohhh....this is good! I like the way the words drip from the tongue. Great job with this!
- J -