|Reviewed by Sara Russell
|I enjoyed reading this one, Franz. It reminds me of when I spent ages chasing a sparrow around our house (the cat brought it in). When I finally caught it in a chiffon scarf, then released it outside, it sat on the fence before flying off, to stare at me in amazement.
I think your poem could be as much about ending a relationship as it could be about releasing a bird... anyway, thanks for sharing.
|Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader)
|Damned if you do, damned if you don't, this is a powerful poem.|
|Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper
|hey Franz you hit home with this. I took my so called trained parrot outside, the little sucker flew off my shoulder and the rest is history. G|
|Reviewed by Christine Morell
|A meaningful question Franz and one I suspect I'll be asked by a loved one before too long.
|Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader)
|I could feel this one Franz!|
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|Interesting write, Franz. Giving our loved ones wings often seems like abandonment - for awhile anyway.|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Good question. So true so much of the time. Thanks for sharing this offering, Franz. Love and peace. Regis|
|Reviewed by Sara Coslett
|When I first saw the title I thought of Borderline Personality Disorder, a very deadly mental disease. There is that old saying if you let them go and they love you, they will return. If this is about a parent to a child then they will understand. ~ Sara|
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Good question Franz! The dichotomy's of life are never easy to understand. Well written!|
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|Reviewed by Kate Clifford
|Good question and write!|