|Reviewed by jude forese
|the true champion survives his hardest crashes ... exceptionally well written ...|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Very thought-provoking and useful for others to know your thoughts on this, John. Love, peace and strength to you. Regis|
|Reviewed by anne cunningham
|i'm with katy, "the crashing and soaring" really drives this piece.|
|Reviewed by Katy Walsvik
|"...learning to crash and to soar..." These words, John, gave me pause. My sister died in Nov. and this phrasing of yours brought a perspective I have been searching for... it filled a space I didn't realize was still left gaping, only that I had an emptiness I thought couldn't be addressed... I'm grateful to have read this... your use of "twixt" is perfect. I do wish you recovery... it truly does come a day at a time, doesn't it? I was also moved by the your expression of 'learning... to trust my heart'.. I just needed you to know that you crossed my path at a very important time and I have responded entirely. Take good care, John. Thank you. katy xox.|
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|John, I believe that familial loss, specifically parental, if the hardest bunch of emotions to get past and continue on with life.
You have an excellent outlet that most who don't write or paint have not got...an excellent vent of emotions this was...Find Peace, Ed & rufuz
|Reviewed by jeanne watson
|Wonderful work...one we all can reflect on.
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|Exceptional poem, John, and a wonderful lesson for us all.|
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|It is good if you can find the balance John!!
Some things are just too heavy to get your balance back!!
Take care okay!!