|Reviewed by email@example.com Bennett
|I WISH I CAN JUST DAYDREAM FOREVER AND NEVER COME OUTSIDE TO SEE MEAN AND EVIL WICKED PEOPLE.|
|Reviewed by Flowing Brook
|Lovely poem Victoria, without dreamers nothing would be created.|
|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
|This poem, "IF ONLY TO REFLECT" strikes up the reader's imagination and prods nostalgic memories.
A true poem poemized with real life's emotions and mixed with emotions from knowledge of a mature and sage heart.
I have enjoyed a pleasing reading.
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
|Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader)
I am a dreamer so from the bottom of my heart Thankyou this is beautiful
|Reviewed by Regina Pounds
|Love the serenity of this one, Victoria...very well done!
Just remember: when a writer is caught 'daydreaming' he or she can claim to be working...
|Reviewed by m j hollingshead
|Reviewed by Larry Skahill (Reader)
|stay eleven at heart
very nice write
my life is a beautiful string of memories and fantasies - hard to keep them apart
|Reviewed by Ian Thorpe
|We can grow up Victoria but when we stop dreaming, that is growing old. Keep dreaming.|
|Reviewed by Christy French
|Such beautiful free-style and really touched me - so true and wonderfully expressed.|
|Reviewed by lana hobbs
|I loved this poem, it was so smoothe and perfect in every word. You're Grrreat!!
|Reviewed by Patrick Talty
|A very good example of free verse and one which gives the lie to the critics who say that free verse is only "cut-up prose."
By the use of appropriate repetitions, images that will resonate with all dreamers (and aren't we all...dreamers?), a unique style and sincere tone, you have expressed your theme in a poem that is a delight and a revelation to read.
|Reviewed by Lynn Barry
|Don't we all feel like eleven, if we honest? Then we look in the mirror and say, "Don't look eleven, but inside I am." Good thought provoker.|
|Reviewed by Jacqueline Druga-Marchetti
|Wonderful. Great picture as well. This truly represents the writer in us all.|
|Reviewed by Dallas Franklin
|all writers would probably be 'accused' of daydreaming..too bad in school it's so frowned upon. I love to daydream still and naturally slip into netherworlds.*~:) Thanks for the reminder..beautifully expressed.*S*S|
|Reviewed by Gregory Sonn
I think we should all have that secret place in our hearts.
|Reviewed by Theresa Koch
|Reviewed by lizbeth star (Reader)
|FABULOUS POEM VERY NICELY DONE!|
|Reviewed by Jerry Robards
|Fantastic!!!! What would come of us if we quit dreaming. I reflect and compare so many of life's little twist. Dreaming keeps me sane.|
|Reviewed by Lila Mae Channing
|I agree with Ms. Sullivan, this is indeed THE PERFECT POEM! Well done indeed!!!|
|Reviewed by Gilles Marchand
Very reminiscing...Daydreaming or dreaming?
I am a blue eyed fish!
|Reviewed by Gilles Marchand
|perfect poetry, like this poem, doesn't take a lot of painful introspection nor lofty words to confound and confuse. it flows smoothly, rhythmically, as waves on the beach washing away the footprints from the day's work. Victoria has captured the essence of this simplicity in this poem, reflected it in the image above and then gone on to another work. it's a glorious tribute, Victoria, fitting to show forth the prose of refined poetry without the interventions of mankind. Total, complete and a prayer of reverence.|
|Reviewed by Del Senkbeil
|Liked this one. I am a day dreamer and pretender and have a great imagination. You have to have these in order to be a poet. Otherwise my poetry would be pretty dull. Del|
|Reviewed by Frank Manly (Reader)
|VERY CLASSY and WELL SAID!|
|Reviewed by Brad Thomas (Reader)
|Reviewed by Robert Sawyer (Reader)
|You are so HOT! You're writing just blows me away...
|Reviewed by kitty morgan (Reader)
|This poem is wonderful...ah, daydreaming-- more people should try it! Might be a better place to be right now!|
|Reviewed by Trixie Love
This is beautiful...
Thanks for sharing.
|Reviewed by Janet Caldwell
|Your summary caught my eye. The poem is very, very nice. I think I'll daydream a bit more :) JC|
|Reviewed by Tyrone Godfrey
|Wow Victoria! Is that you on the photo? Your
poem was very impressive.