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|Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson
|I could see what was written . The words make the poem come alive1...Well done.....M|
|Reviewed by Norris Williams
|The detail in this poem is fantastic. 'shingled cottage gray with salt', 'the aged ben franklin/simmered with the coats of driftwood', 'as the atlantic roared its pleasure/conquering the mountainous boulders in triumph/like a dali figure balancing the sea on his knee', stood out for me. Loved the poignancy in the final stanza, tinges the piece with sadness and gives a feeling of the speaker yearning for nostalgia.
|Reviewed by Henry Lefevre
|Beautiful word pictures of a time I remember athough the place was thousands of miles away. Gone but not forgotten.
Vaya con Dios