|Reviewed by Clarence Prince
|Amen! This little poem is just lovely, Cherie!|
|Reviewed by Lynne Gadson (Reader)
|Thanks for putting my thoughts into words.|
|Reviewed by Thurman Faison
|Thank you for the poem, it certainly tells the story of so many experiences many have had. I also enjoyed reading your brief bio, your accomplishments and of course, I saddened at your losses.
Thurman L Faison
|Reviewed by Lorraine Hulse
|Well written and I can relate.|
|Reviewed by Paul Judges
|Very well written, Cherie|
|Reviewed by Lois Christensen
|I been through just what you say in 1984. Thanksfully I found a second hubby who did not divorce me, but died on me. Oh well, no #3, noone to watch go downhill but myself.|
|Reviewed by Chris Wright
|Whew that there could cut grits! I like the broad and the indepth look at all factors that can keep a relationship from growing placed throughout the piece. It was like saying you could have sugar if you at least try but if you walk away and don't give a damn about change all you're gonna get is low fat salt. I would have to agree that divorce is based on a lack of compromise and sacrifice. Ironically if people fail to sacrifice and come to a compromise you really do compromise your relationship and perhaps sacrifice the one thing you love the most ini the end. That's interesting and some very power packed point sista! Write on sista and keep spreading the words of wisdom.|
|Reviewed by John Domino
|Deeply moving and spiritually uplifting.
You have GOD gifted talen all wrapped in a poerful loving package.
Keep on writing poetry like this and I will be your #1 FAN!
Yours in Christ,
PS: My first wife died of cancer and it took over 20yrs. to write about our experiences during the last days of her life. I have the short story on my Author's Den website. Please visit when you have time. Thank You!
|Reviewed by Z McClure
|Truth spoken in Christ's love. May the Lord be glorified and many hearts healed as they read your offering.
Good work, Cherie!
In Christ alone -Zach
|Reviewed by m j hollingshead
|Reviewed by Patricia Burden-Evans
|I loved your line, "You wanted victory but you wouldn't fight the battle" This speaks volumes! I am looking forward to you posting some more poems. This was excellent!|
|Reviewed by Axilea MU
|So much universal truth in this poem.
|Reviewed by Samuel Stone
|Power, filled with truth and sadness... wishing you well...
|Reviewed by Paul Berube
So very true. It's always a two way street ane if one's not willing to give it just doesn't work.