|Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot
|Something written so long ago, I find now, nonetheless A Truest Knights n ladies Tale.
Missed you KB xoxoxxo
|Reviewed by Sheila Roy
|I'm a fan of the movie. Kate, with this write, you capture that search for something deeper than face-value. That very idea is the heart of romance. Hugs,
|Reviewed by isaac quaye (Reader)
|Reviewed by Dark Knight
|Lovely poem-your words swept me away :-)|
|Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G
|This is BEautiful Sweet Kate!
Thank you for sharing your heart!
|Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
|Oh, Kate. This is w o n d e r f u l. Love everything about it!!
Thank you for creating and posting this lovely offering. Most
of all, for being y o u . Happy Holidays!! 'Pea' <3 --- N: Great
pic on your bio page. Whatadoll!!
|Reviewed by jude forese
|a marvelously enchanting atmosphere of love's petals lost upon the breeze yet found within the heart of their surroundings ...|
|Reviewed by Art Sun
|A very nice view of your thoughts on love and romance...enjoyed this nice poem of yours...
|Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight*®
A magnificent poem about the disconnect that, sometimes, occurs between the Yin & Yang. As for me, I would much rather have those "petals lost upon the breeze".
Love & Light always and in all ways,
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Very well written piece Kate!!
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|This poem has a gentle floating feeling, with bright images,
I adore the surrealness of the final stanza, it has a dreamy quality.
Class work. Knight Kate..
|Reviewed by Aberjhani
|A like that film a lot but I love this poem more. Blessings upon the pen that so graciously bestowed it upon us all.
|Reviewed by Nordette Adams
|In the tradition of genuine romance and enchantment. Lovely work, Kate. ~~Nordette|
|Reviewed by Dawn Richerson
|a natural beauty, my fair lady. cheers, Dawn|
|Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten
|she;the exalted domina--the commanding "mistress" of the affair;
he was but her servus--a lowly but faithful servant.
sublime and sensual intimacy of a 12 century courting love...gone sour...
Boy~ do men get off easy now. or what?
Love and Peace~
|Reviewed by Sue Hess
|i'm reading bios today kate but no need to read yours, you are an old friend and i always read your work.|
|Reviewed by Larry Rochelle
|Captures the vagaries of love, from the middle ages to now. And have we ever improved on these old/odd courting measures? (Check on modifier: did "my eyes" actually "twirl her skirts"?)|
|Reviewed by F William Broome
|The preliminqries of love are as varied as your imagination. You have taken fresh words to weave a carpet to ride the winds of forever.
This is magic to grip the mind and the heart. - Bill
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|Twirling her skirts against my chin... Metaphors as beautiful as the lass who writes them.|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|This does induce images of white knights, fair maidens and the days when poetry was the norm to romance. I love it Kate and think you have really challenged the critics if you had any to find anything to critique in this write. Well formated, well laid out, and well written. Lovely.
|Reviewed by Brett Moore
|Smart, well written poem. "Worthless tokens"- I love that.
|Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg
|this silly movie is one of my favorites...i adore its wit and modern twist...and your poem rings out the truths of a woman preference|
|Reviewed by Rusty Daily
|I loved the contrast of what he thought you wanted and what you wanted. Excellent write Kate.
|Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader)
|The title reminds me of Chaucer whose poetry I like very much. But the poem is all yours, modern and excellent. Victor|