|Reviewed by Ian Thorpe
|Less of the "lowly woman" sweetie, the female always comes before the man, that's how we know the chicken came before the egg.
But I suppose I owe you another chat on the "meaning of life"
|Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader)
|I keep telling you that you are one of the best writers I know. Can you hear me now?|
|Reviewed by serenety L
|He should get the point. The own happiness comes first - then there is time enough left to take care of the rest of the world.
Don't even ask - just get started!
|Reviewed by Handsum Hart
|Certainly not lowly, though there is beauty in being humble.
I liked this one a lot Sara.
Watch out for that kiss it might enslave you instead.
|Reviewed by Katy Walsvik
|mon ami.. I trust your tongue was in your cheek when writing 'lowly woman'.. for you are not lowly, but a beam of light fit for your own star.. I shall name you POET DELUXE! and gaze again at this most fabulous piece..It is in my library now. what a WRITE! (smile) love, katy xox.|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|A moving, questioning (not questionable, don't misinterpret) piece of poetry which stands alone. Good.|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|your wisdo really shows off in this one...|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|"Mon amour, oui." C'est très bien exprimé ce poème. Much wisdom is expressed here. Thank you for this.|
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Your mind was in high gear when you thought of this one, Sara...splendid deductions in a wonderful poem|
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Beautiful heartfelt piece Sara!!
Hey light Up girl..its weekend....and time to go for a very long walk like I did...it clears your head a "Tiny " little bit...and see live with a new smile on your face...!!
Hey did you forget about the fact that we are "one" in this!!
|Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya
|You have showered much wisdom here in the wonderful write....BHUWAN|
|Reviewed by Adam Walsvik
|From hydrogen to Einstein! The universe is just so " amazingly amazing" I think the key to saving the world is to see the simplicity of the complexity, the infinite in the finite, the one in the many.
I like how you have moments opposed to time there at the beginning. And I dig the french at the end... french turns me on.
|Reviewed by john zimmerman
|this piece is full of wisdom
only those who are real are free to love