|Reviewed by Lois Christensen
|Rejection of love and loss by death are two different things. We can always hope for lost love to come back, but will it work out? Death is final but we are still lost. Prayers help lots.|
|Reviewed by firstname.lastname@example.org Bennett
|I NEEDED TO READ THIS ALL THE TIMES THAT MY HEART WAS BROKEN AND THN I WOULD NOT HAVE FELT SO ALONE. I HAVE A NEW ONE NOW AND AM SCARED TO DEATH OF ANYMORE PAIN.|
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|I feel for your lost love but writing about it is good medicine.
|Reviewed by Jerry Andrews
|I like this one a lot- needs a real "cry in the beer" type singer and delivery- a plaintiff wail. Good stuff, Victoria. Jerry Andrews- Long Gone Love- a similar theme-|
|Reviewed by James David Compton (Reader)
|Love it Victoria.
-Would love you to give me a look and tell me what you think. I think we've walked some of the same roads.
|Reviewed by Christy French
|Victoria, you're so lyrical. Beautiful, sad, and so poignant.|
|Reviewed by Ron Dondiego
|Very well done ... An all too familiar song that we all seem to sing at some time or another.|
|Reviewed by Patrick Talty
|The well expressed cries of a lonely heart. Most sensitive people will relate to the poignancy of this well crafted verse because, as an old song says, "Into each life/some rain must fall...."
This poem could easily be adapted as lyrics for a very lovely song. Wish I were a composer. Go find one, Victoria.
|Reviewed by Tyrone Godfrey
|Reviewed by Lynn Barry
|I feel sad. Good going, I assume that is what you want me to feel.|