|Reviewed by Ian Thorpe
|At first reading there were one or two lines in this I could not make work, then I remembered your bio says you are from Charleston so I tried it again, applying a deep south accent in my mind and it works. Not bad for a limey eh? But I have an advantage, when I was in the US aeons ago my girlfriend had two great aunts from Geortgia who were visiting New York. I couldn't get away from the old girls. They were lovely but when you are 19 and the hormones call....... Excellent writing.|
|Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen
|What a wonderful "sense" of the times, Deborah! Cherished memories and full circles of life, and always the yearning in the background to go to that place one more time, to be young and carefree and happy. Fantastic music and great help from Bill, sounds like a creative splash of a New Year shaping up for you!
|Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery (Reader)
|What a beautiful poem...of beautiful memories...
|Reviewed by Deborah M. Carter
|I would personally like to thank Bill Murray for adding the song...Mansion On A Hill for me. It is the music from my poetry site for this poem...thank you so much Bill
|Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader)
|Excellent still love the music with this one.
|Reviewed by William M. Sowman
|Reviewed by Bill Murray (author) 1/1/2003
Deborah...this is a wonderful poem. The music at your site is great. Can you send me the MIDI you used at your site? If you can I will embed it and set it up for you?
I love this poem. I was trying to see if I could make a song out of it. But it might loose too much in the structuring. But I think I can if you would like that. It wouldn't change the poem. It would make it an extra version. A new song. Bill Murray
Reviewed by Brittany Reneé (author) 1/1/2003
This was wonderful! I wish I had a life like that.
Reviewed by Peggy Bertrand (author) 1/1/2003
Excellent imagery and thoughts