|Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo
|Even in death you would embrace the seasons--I love that. I can sense your pull to the sea, to your final resting place, your sepulcher. Emotive and well written! ~Hugs, Elizabeth|
|Reviewed by JMS Bell
|WELL DONE WITH EXCELLENT IMAGERY. THANKS FOR SHARING AND BLESSINGS. LOVE, JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS|
|Reviewed by Denise Nowakowski
What vivid imagination! Valid reasons not to die. Provoking emotions. A wonderful poem.
|Reviewed by Axilea MU
|Splendid word choice and hypnotic rhythm. I am especially captivated by the last strophe. Beautiful poetic movement of the soul.
|Reviewed by Inspire Hope
|Liana this is a very profound work, written with elegance
and very heartfelt! What an incredible gift you have, thanks
for blessing the den so graciously, and may your soul never
be lonely ever again. For the Lord is with you Liana, you
are such a prescious soul!!
|Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G
|I too chose the ocean, to wash away all my sins, and cleanse me forever more Liana!
To be washed away and spread out to the far corners of the Earth, sea and creatures to far more lasting abilities, may our spirits take us there...
This poem touched my heart and soul!
YOU write beautifully and I began tracking and following your heart as of 2:00A. our time! Glad to have met you spiritually!
YOU write with such imagery!!!
Warmest Blessings of Love, Light, and Peace, Warrior Purple Lady SHEExooo
|Reviewed by Melissa Mendelson (Reader)
|A moving write, painted so vividly with each word.|
|Reviewed by Paul Mc Cann
From before the grave a unique poem of life .
|Reviewed by John Domino
|Reviewed by Diana Wiles
|Utterly breathtaking! Superb...
|Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson
|Written with depth and total humility! Its beauty captures the souls search for peace and tranquility and encases it within........M|
|Reviewed by Richard Orey
|My dear Liana,
I note with amazement that within one month's time so many authors of AD have felt touched in the same way by the sentiments of your beautiful poem. You speak with love and adoration of the wonder's of Nature and your not wanting to taint even the flowers with their loss of your love nor God's birds with their mourning.
You have spoken to me a number of times about your abiding love for the ocean, and it is fitting that you should will your remains to that which gave you love without demand. In your life you have known torment and loneliness, but in your passing you will be blessed by knowing peace and love.
Let me speak now for so many others here at Authorsden that we openly share with you our love for the great gifts you have presented us time and again with your words of wisdom and deep understanding of some of the torments in our own lives. Through your insight and the magic of the concerns of your heart, our burdens have been lightened and our souls have been touched.
Authorsden is a community of love and you, my dear Liana, are at the center of our admiration and our friendship. Let your loneliness take flight, for we are here with you and for you.
With love and respect,
|Reviewed by David Hightower
|Liana - Enjoyed your profound poem. It has the feeling of depth.
No, I donít want to die in the Spring
Canít deprive all the flowers of my love,
And the birds of all colors wonít have to mourn
At the break of the dawn finding me in the backyard.
and the imagery of the calm resolution of:
I will turn into wave for eternityís length,
And the freedom thatís been long awaited will gain.
Iíll return to the land and will foam up the sand,
To the land where I longed for the peace and the love.
And will give it a sweet and adoring embrace.
Especially liked, "I will turn into wave for eternityís length,"
|Reviewed by Bernice Lakota
|Wao! absolutely beautiful!|
|Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
|xoxoxox A m e n ! xoxoxox|
|Reviewed by Michelle Mead
|That title alone draws the reader in and the intensity follows through this stunning poem.|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|a profoundly beautiful poem exploring mortality and the ramifications of its continuing form ...|
|Reviewed by Jon Willey
|John Masefield's, "Sea Fever", comes immediately to my mind Liana --the last line of the last verse, "And quiet sleep and a sweet dream when the long trick's over", when I read your line, "Let the ocean inherit my tormented soul" -- a very beautiful poetic exercise - peace and love to you Liana -- JMW|
|Reviewed by John Leko
|...you have written a most beautiful piece of poetry Liana...to return again...and again...in such touching words of remembrance.
...an outstanding creative work from the heart.
|Reviewed by Carole Mathys
|A splendid, heart touching poem Liana, the sea is where I too shall become an enternal wave...
|Reviewed by Bonnie May
|Beautiful and touching write Liana. Love and hugs, Bonnie|
|Reviewed by Sara Coslett
|Beautiful poem. It offers a true sense of immortality. We are just bits of space dust, always reconfiguring into something else. ~ Sara|
|Reviewed by Dawn Anderson
|Such beautiful writing, Liana.|
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|this is a lovely poem|
|Reviewed by Art Sun
|This is really a nice work of expression through poem...you have emotions filled within each line...the comparisons and expectations are combined and written in a very expressive view of life and afterlife...
truly nice work...
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|What a profound and eloquent poem! I'm being creamated
ashes dumped in the Ocean,so perhaps we'll meet there...
That is before God, takes us to heaven;-)
|Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
|All to the peace of flying into the wind and being carried off through the gentleness of angel wings...
Be always safe,
|Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper
|Just as we want to control our lives, we also would like to control the curcumstances of our demise--such as you not wishing to deprive the birds and flowers of your warm attention. But whether you do or don't, your wonderful poem expresses your wishes.
I love this line: "Iíll return to the land and will foam up the sand,"
|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
I read this poem four times... It is an ontological spiritual flower diffusing scent of wonders and beauty. "NO, I DONíT WANT TO DIE IN SPRING" inspires and and stimulates creativity.
I must congratulate Master Anatol Kardiukov for his outstanding translation of "NO, I DONíT WANT TO DIE IN SPRING".
I salute Poet Liana Margiva for this beautiful composition.
In respect and admiration,
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
|Reviewed by Gene Williamson
|Liana, I feel drawn to the ocean too. But let'not rush it. We, in the words of Frost, have miles and miles to go before we rest. -gene.|
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Price
|I like that idea of being an eternal wave. Great write. Liz|
|Reviewed by Christine Alwin
|Reviewed by William Bonilla
|A fantastic write Liana
no I wish that not for me neither
To be eaten by worms, polluting the wonderful scent, offending the loveliness of the wild flowers of the field
or my beloved place of dwelling....allow me to die in the cold freezing of winter
Love & Peace be with you
|Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain
I'm with cremation also . . . a finely-penned write!!
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|My wife did not relish the thought of those worms eating at her earthly remains so opted for cremation and I will follow suit and we will stand together in a niche for time to come.|