|Reviewed by Tony Jenkins
|Pen our hearts to page. Well said !|
|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
This is an accomplished poetic composition on the subject dealt. Its rhythm, poemization and lexis made "A Poet's Tears" a glowing page for a masterpieces' collector.
Long blissful creative life, Poet.
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
|Reviewed by Rose Loya
|This is a beautiful gift to every poet/writer reading it. You speak so eloquently of the depth of emotions felt by writers. This really touched me.
|Reviewed by Susan de Vegter
|The pain that cuts stops at it's own depth. Here I am wishing and hoping that it stops before it gets too deep.
|Reviewed by Michael Mathieu
|Well said. We all have our adversities in life.We need to learn from them.Great write.
|Reviewed by Zahala San Simone
|I never thought of it that way Butch--but I suppose you're right. I don't so much write from pain (at least not consciously), but I often write from outrage, at the things I see going on around me.
This piece though touches the heart--and I agree with Richard--the finest gold is refined in fire.
|Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
|beautiful rythmetic poem...a poet's tears...cried many of them as well as penned them as you've written, it is therapeutic for the poet's soul, writing is a way of cleansing oneself...you've captured it well my friend.
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|I appreciate the meaning of your verses Butch and as well, the form that you have chosen (rhyme and rhythm). Thank you for sharing this gift. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Rhonda Drogo (Reader)
|Awe yes, without duality, it just wouldn't work. Lovely writing Butch and love the bike! R.|
|Reviewed by Taylor Ryan
|Life has such a mysterious plan for us , Butch. Even when we set goals,design avenues, and make choices we fall victim to the joys and the pitfalls along the way. Sometimes we plot and plan only to learn from our mistakes or revel in outcomes. Fortunately, life offers us the opportunity to grow and learn and remain positive, and I get that positivity fom the message you have carefully penned here. All we learn and all we experience in life and love, elation and pain contributes to the glory and depth of a poet's words...without the experience and the willingness to share, poetry would have no meaning at all or would merely be the "hollow banner" borrowing Richard's words below. Your words are never hollow Butch...they come from your heart.
|Reviewed by A PAX
|yes, gracefully put
expression does seed from many sources......
we are a strange breed lol
|Reviewed by J M
|beautiful rhyme and flow and poetic voice.|
|Reviewed by richard cederberg
|It's true - gold is refined in the fire. And there will be tribulation in this life for all men, no matter what the pursuit.
Poet is a relative term unfortunately these days, and too many fly the banner over hollow shells of ambition ... hoping.
Light and Wisdom ...
Richard Lloyd Cederberg
|Reviewed by Anna M
|I found this very uplifting to read as your words seem very profound and true, thankyou|