|Reviewed by Sheila Roy
I just finished re-reading the entire Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris. Big sigh:) I can't wait for her next book.
This poem is a great celebration of the book you honor. Well done and well shared. Love and Hugs,
|Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson
|wow...words escape me
(I do love rereading books the witching hour, beloved and eva's man)
this is beautiful
|Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
|Masterful in every way. Rigid format reduced to honey. Patrick|
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|Fragments of paradise lost. Loved the music.
|Reviewed by jude forese
|much to evaluate ... ideas totally defragmented .... i will definitely read this poem more than once ;)|
|Reviewed by Gene Williamson
|Would that the Lost Horizon could be revealed to each of us...
Imagining a future
Freed from ego-flies
Beautifully said, Richard.
Just recently I reread Wouk's excellent WINDS OF WAR and WAR AND REMEMBRANCE for the third time. Wouk captures the horors of WW2.
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|so richly crafted Sir Richard. You capture the essence of our minds continuous wondering and wandering seeking the reasons....I also agree with John F. Splendid poem!
|Reviewed by Douglas Bentley
Seem I say that of all your poems but it's true.
I know you put alot of thought & research into your work.
|Reviewed by Paul Judges
|A fascinating piece; I am drawn strongly to the spirit of Tibetan culture.....what's left of it, after Chinese brutality.|
|Reviewed by Liana Margiva
|BEAUTIFUL POEM!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva|
|Reviewed by Dawn Anderson
|There are books that I have reread, too...they bring out a certain emotion that causes thoughts and words to flow. This is soft and beautiful, Richard.|
|Reviewed by Christine Tsen
|Disarmingly insightful Richard! I'll have to read the book ~
|Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
|You bring out many strong emotions of past and present. Always find it amazing what goes through the mind when reading and you express these feelings so vividly...
Be always safe,
|Reviewed by John Flanagan
|These pared, elegant lines are, in essence, a book review...and one of my favourite reads, too, Richard; love, in particular, the first five lines of the second format...just perfect.
|Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader)
|As it happens, I just finished reading 1984 for the third time. No warm fuzzies after completion, though. That much is assured. However, I did get the feeling you described after reading Love in the Time of Cholera again a few years back. I love the line: "this drenching beauty." It really describes the wetness of awe and inspiration soaking on the skin like warm water in sunshine. Excellent piece, gentle on the mind, afterglow established! Best always.|