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|Reviewed by Ann Piatt
|i rarely say this...but...WOW! This reads with a classic feel but with a more modern edge. Your word usage throughout is powerful and this whole thing just...Works! Loved it.
|Reviewed by Dale Clark
|'You broke your mind off a sharp yellow stone'
Hell of a line. This is outstanding.
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|Just when I think I understand, it's lines like, "You broke your mind off a sharp yellow stone," that leave me clueless. Your wordplay is enchanting.|
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Very well written Oisin!!
Emotive piece of work dear friend!!
Keep that pen working...you are good...I can feel this one!!
|Reviewed by Katy Walsvik
|My dear Oisin.. you are young, yet you are a master at painting utter desolation.. I saw your Alice! I walked beside her, crawled up in her.. felt her shutters. You Irish gave us 'the road rising to meet us'... poor Alice has been waiting for a long time to see that... but, of course, it would completely tip over that bus, wouldn't it? Then, where would she be? I can't seem to shake her.. does this mean you're brilliant? dunno.. but you're a damned good/interesting poet. Now where did I leave my smile? sigh... katy xox.|