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|Reviewed by Jerry Andrews
|I love the way you express yourself, Madeline.You are very good and will continue to improve as you write more. I'm about where your grandpa is, agewise, I imagine. Something I do for my friends- don't be offended. In your background info- passivity, two esses. Genuinely- and emphysema- I can spell just about anything- always could. I'll be reading you. Try my Willow, Journey, Long Gone Love, Old Souls, Nevermore and Tasting The Night. Maybe Ashes In The Wind, too. Some of my best. Maybe we're related, in some distant, myster-
ious way. After reading you, I sure hope so. All my best-Jerry-One other thing- Read Candy Gourlay from South Africa and dani from Australia. Two friends and two of the best on the net. Jump out and read a bunch and each time when you review them, refer them to one or two of your poems they should read and review. Get that dynamic going. You're too good to languish in anonymity. Talk later.J.
|Reviewed by Funky Weenkerbean
|Hey, this one is money!!!! I've read almost all of yours now and this one and Hangin Here are my favorites. It's true you voice coming out with true you passions it seems.|
|Reviewed by James David Compton (Reader)
|Wow. This is a great piece.
I always look to the end of the poem for its strength, and your last stanza is a winner.
|Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson
|This is such a good write on the plight of getting old. Seems as if there is not much thought on the part of many as to what it must be like to just want to finally let go. Thanks for sharing this wonderful thought provoking piece.