|Reviewed by Z McClure
|Excellent and enjoyable poem, Mary! That's a challenge to pack so much meaning into so few words, but you have pulled it off famously I think!
May your writing touch many, many hearts. my friend.
~ a fellow human & poet, Z.B.McClure
|Reviewed by Fakhre Hyder
|computer have shortened a long distance into a one finger touch.
like it very much, peace, thanks.
|Reviewed by Richard Nedervelt (Reader)
|This is fun. Check out mine called, "Kapu." I wrote it in college just wanting to show how I might sound if I wrote a pigeon poem.|
|Reviewed by John Domino
|What a GREAT idea!
I lived in Japan for three years.
After we golake
Rapid boatride too.
So bring changeclothes.
|Reviewed by Prometheus Media
|Reviewed by Jim Dunlap
|What a small world. I signed your other poem and didn't even realize that you had been on the Showemall Writers' Block. This is a cute poem.|
|Reviewed by Austin Akalanze
|Coming from Nigeria, pigeon is my unofficial lingua franca. I enjoyed. Thanks for sharing.|
|Reviewed by Marco Landi
|Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
|Love it!:) Rhyme is usually my bag, but this is right-on. Thanks for starting my day with a laugh. Phyllis:) ::::>
PS: Like your bio, too. What a fascinating
background you have...and we share a love
for Steinbeck. Aloha!
|Reviewed by Josephine Bohen
|I think I think in pigeon
can I move to Hawaii now?
|Reviewed by Larry Skahill (Reader)
glad its fixed
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|funny and delightful write!! LOL|