|Reviewed by Margaret Blake
|Being a great fan of colour this poem made me feel like I should go and get my pencils and DO something with them. Beautiful!|
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Price
|Such a delight of imagery. Liz|
|Reviewed by Taylor Ryan
|This sings of the colors of you indominatable spirit, Panda...and the depth of your character and soul...To new beginnings and awareness..,
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|This is a magnificently meaningful and colorful offering. Thank you for sharing it, Panda. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by A PAX
ty for this
into my library it goes to be enjoyed again
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|Colours can and do raise the spirits.
Much inspiration from these lines of a beautiful landscape..
|Reviewed by William Bonilla
|Beautiful is a tapestry
First woven in the heart
and mind, then transfer into the arts
Love & Peace
|Reviewed by jude forese
|your tapestry is marvelosuly woven with a spectrum of spiritual and poetic growth ... keep the colors glowing bright!|
|Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader)
|Your feelings are great in this poem, truly a wonderful cameo. Victor|
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Sweet imp, you have penned a memorable gem in a kaleidoscope of vivid colors with eloquent words to match. You are indeed a passionate panda;-)Brava!
|Reviewed by Paul Williams
|Our eye's decieve, they only relate our current reality, and that's upsidedown and time lagged, we have to open our minds to see what really is. An inspired write indeed, a colourful tapestry worth the exploration. Top write dear lady.
|Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
|this is truly a beautiful write...I loved the line that colours mixed and eroded, spirits soared and worries eroded...this is truly a unique piece. Loved it!
|Reviewed by Douglas Bentley
|When inspiration hits
You sure know how to go with it.
Will we later see
What it turned out to be?
Beautifully and colourfully woven
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Ah Panda, magic is what you filled your canvas with on this write. YOu have taken the meaning of being an artist and transformed it into a beautiful tapestry of words about it's own nature. Well done.
|Reviewed by Peter Paton
You are a true warrior of the soul, and you fully realise that the chips and pieces are being moved by a Higher Power than us..
Salutations to you dear one
Love and Hugs
|Reviewed by Rhonda Galizia
|Bless your sweet little soul, dear Panda!
You have painted a spiritual explosion onto the page, and it is radiant, with all of your personal and God-given colours!
Truly enjoyed this write!
Love&Hugs to you &the fine lads,
|Reviewed by richard cederberg
|The summary statement is truly a sign of growth.
The image of life and spirit dancing is at once pleasing and as one mulls the thought it becomes a pillar of wisdom.
This particular write shows, and exudes strength, from someone who has suffered more than was ever wanted. Through sheer determination, and the help of friends, she is coming back to a place where her light will shine vibrantly.
One point ...
"Suddenly colours mixed and exploded
as spirit soared and worries imploded."
I know the picture that you are painting here dear Panda but the word imploded can be confusing. Bursting inward with force as a result of the external pressure being greater than the internal pressure.
This would mean that your worries have collapsed inwardly and that you are overwhelmed or overwrought by them still.
I believe, based on the tenor of this piece, you mean just the opposite. Perhaps worries were vaporized, or worries were vanquished?
This poem is akin to a warriors declaration that the author will survive and will persevere irrespective of what forces have been garnered against her.
Richard Lloyd Cederberg