|Reviewed by The Smoking Poet
|I don't doubt that you've found some part of Home in your work, Sara.|
|Reviewed by Franz Kessler
|Nicely written sonnet. Home - what we all long for and yet so elusive. Franz|
|Reviewed by Todd Cheney
|Glad you made it out of the hospital. But your stay there had one good thing come from it: it helped you write something stunning like this.|
|Reviewed by C.S. Snow (Reader)
|Well written. Inspires true empathy, which all good poetry should do.|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|You describe the values and emotional attachment around the concept of "home" so well here, Sara. My very best wishes to you. Love and peace. Regis|
|Reviewed by andrea coltman
|I know exactly how it feels to spend long spells in hospital...even the rain and wind blowing in your face feel good!!! Speedy recovery...Enjoyed this best wishes Andrea|
|Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen
|I found the couplet especially poignant, Sara. It aches.
I'm glad your recuperation is progressing handily. :)
|Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya
|Sara...welcome back my dear friend...I am happy to see you back....Have a speedy recovery...cheers...love n luck....BHUWAN|
|Reviewed by Elaine Carey
|poignant and wistful--|
|Reviewed by ya mama (Reader)
glad to see you back.
|Reviewed by Marilyn Seray
|Home...a place where you can go back to, over and over again and be welcomed.
Nice poetry, speedy recovery
|Reviewed by Jeanette Foresta
|Home is a place. Home is where you live. Some can never go home. Some have no home. Some search for the home they lost, but never find it. Must be hard being laid up like that. Get well soon, and keep writing!|
|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
|"Home"... Art and knowledge in simplicity of complexity that flows naturally to express the anxious heart's willingness to be back home.
Poetical expression to enrich the coffers of Poetry's Crown.
Healthy Long Life, Poet!
Thank You for being a bricklayer in the building of the tower of culture, knowledge and wonders!
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
|Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
|Excellent write, glad to see that you are back, get well quickly...
|Reviewed by ***** ********* (Reader)
|Glad to read something new from you, Sara, and glad to hear that you are back home! Take it easy, take your convalescence slowly, get better -- that is all that is important!
By the way, excellent musings about home, hearth and the sense of security they provide in a world where "security" lately has become an abstract concept...
|Reviewed by Jim Dunlap
|Ah yes, home. Thomas Wolfe said we can't go home again, and perhaps we can't, if we've been away too long. I have forgotten home. It's too far in the past. You are lucky. You will be home before you know it, and likely very little will have changed. It's a funny world. We can be tooling along, not particularly thinking of anything, and all of a sudden, the roof falls in. Life is capricious above all. I have been in over 20 automobile accidents, and fallen on ice several times. It's a wonder I'm still able to function at all. We seem to be able to heal ourselves over time. The problem is that we live in such a franticly paced times that we aren't able to easily cope with lying in a hospital bed recuperating. I hope you can leave yours soon.|
|Reviewed by Helga Ross
|You've expressed your depth of feeling, conveyed what it's like, so well, Sara.
I wish you speedy recovery and this phase, mere memory.
Flightless, we watch the free-scape of the sky,
The window seems a picture on the wall;
|Reviewed by Debashish Haar (Reader)
|"The window seems a picture on the wall;
No more dimensions than what meets the eye" <--
GREAT lines..and a Masterful SONNET...Praying for a speedy recovery for you..
Your friend from India,