|Reviewed by Joanna Leone
|Sometimes we can be so passionate from a distance, and the excitement of admiring someone from a far can add color to our day. Sometimes the sights, and scents of another person at a distance can ignite so many fires in our heart. As we long to whisper in the person's ear, we come back to reality and realize that we might never have the opportunity to know how the person's embrace may feel. Your poem makes me curious. Why is it that you might not feel her embrace? Is it because your body trembles in fear? Or is it because she is simply not available to pursue you? Maybe I am reading into this too much, but I am consumed by your beautiful words and I love the way you write.|
|Reviewed by Lois Christensen
|How i feel after death of husband Tom on Aug 17 07. Well, I will never forget him and have loving memories to be held on to but must go on with living day by day only. Hard to do but poetry like yours helps. Take care. Have a good day. Lois C.|
|Reviewed by Janet Caldwell
This poem made me well up with tears. Very nice my Dear friend.
Love, Janny xoxoxo
|Reviewed by email@example.com Bennett
|This is so sad and touching and also something in life that we all must face and have already. Your thoughts and words of expression, hurt and pain has touched me. Aleja bennett|
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
|Well if she reads this, dear heart, she'll be licking your neck in no time. Beautiful.|
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|OMG this is so tender and painfully beautiful!!
Thanks for sharing your deepest thoughts!!
|Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater
Watching her from afar has its merits. She inspires you to write beautiful poetry, whereas if you were in embrace with her, your words would drift from the keyboard into tangible whispers in her lovely ear. Thanks for the fragrance of this poem! Delightful womanly scent of distant passion!