|Reviewed by Regina Pounds
|Thank you for the good wishes, Eileen..may 2010 be good to you!
As for the fog, it is fascinating...I've seen Smiley face covers on car foglights, which I liked...but yes, fog can be treacherous and dangerous...we have a lot now. You in PJs out in the fog, on the other hand...hmmm. :)
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|Your poem brings to mind how our leaders have cast a fog like cloud over our Nation and we walk through it without question of the consequences or do we?
Great poem Eileen.
Happy New Year and a blessed Healthy one for you.
|Reviewed by Paul Berube
|Nice write. Best wished to you, too, Eileen. God bless.|
|Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope)
|What a nice walk! Coming back from door 12 to door 5 has not been so foggy because the humor born between the two doors cleared the way for you. GBQ|
|Reviewed by Roger Ochs
|This poem serves as a beacon in the fog.|
|Reviewed by Andy Turner
|Must have been English fog! That can last, for a fortnight or more.
Fog is atmospheric, especially as it hovers just above ones head.
But for now we are stuck in everlasting snow, something we never get.
I can visualise this so well.
But Tiggs, if you'd looked on the net, you could have got a pair of bino/glasses so that you can see through such fog and darkness, i should know, my nieces have them.. lol.
I'll go play misty for you:) xx
|Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
|I'm in the fog most of the time but usually my internal radar keeps me from crashing into things which by no means implies I know which direction I am heading. Patrick|
|Reviewed by Kate Burnside
|:)) I love this, Eileen! You sound so like me - just running with the elation and spontaneity of a child without really considering the practicalities. Shame it wasn't Narnia you stumbled into after all, but your homing instincts won out in the end! Fog is bittersweet - it can be womby and liberating - or intensely isolating and scary. What impacts me here is the sense of danger that lurks even just outside your own front door and the threatening vulnerability that creates within us. Time for a stiff drink, I reckon! Hope you're mending and that your sight is not distressing you. Here's to renewed vision just as soon as! :)) xx|
|Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
|Fog can be quite unnerving. It's as though you have lost your vision and cannot see one foot in front of you. Sometimes my job requires me to come home pretty late at night, and I run into fog all the time. I never panic, I just try to watch the lines in the road to guide me toward safety and a time when the fog will lift. The fog always lifts, and leaves us with a feeling of accomplishment that we made it through the fog...
Much peace, love, and light, and stay out of harms way,
|Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER
|Ok, aside from the very deep and profound, you choose to go out in your PJ's and then we all walk around nearly naked, a daring proposition, but in real life, most others barely see us the way we really are anyway. Daring, and willing to explore though, makes us curious human beings, and leads to much adventure.
I feel sort of kin, for in a fog I'm in.Hugs! Jasmin Horst
|Reviewed by Jon Willey
|Eileen, what a marvelous gift to challenge our perceptions, fog -- it is almost as if we are asleep with full alert faculties being deceived in a luxurious cotton cloud world -- I am glad you decided to share this emotional experience, it is invigorating -- peace and love be always with you -- Jon Michael|
|Reviewed by Georg Mateos
|"...I sat in my recliner drinking coffee thinking..." no recliner for me but a rocking chair and never mind the dense fog as long as the cooler holds Coors and that blasted orange cat gets the heck from my sights (Ma didn't tell you of my "good" disposition on early mornings! he?)
EDvard, Ole Brother
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|Fog can be most enlightening - especially when we wander about in it.|
|Reviewed by TONY NERONE
|And a Happy 1-3-10 to you Lady Eileen. You keep my eyes dignified because I read your marvelous writings.
|Reviewed by Sheila Roy
|Sounds as though your new year is already rich with thought, Eileen. Fog is a strong metaphor for challenges we face. Hugs,
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|I am thrown by it all. Thank you, Eileen. Love and best wishes,
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|i love how you brought this all around to a beautiful lesson-|
|Reviewed by Emile Tubiana
|Dear Eileen, I was once lost in the fog first time I went to Germany. It is an experience. Very nicely written. Thank you for sharing. Love Emile|
|Reviewed by John Bidwell
|We can all be humbled pretty quickly, and easily.
I am one who sleeps better when everyone is home safe, all tucked in.
Glad to hear that's you.
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Price
|What a thoughtful and insightful poem. A delight. So lost but never alone as long as you believe. Love it. Liz|
|Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg
|we had fog like that over Christmas and with freezing temperatures it frosted every surface it touched...the entire landscape was painted with white frosty crystals...gorgeous! Fog has always had the eerie lost in space sensation for me...better walking than driving and a good time to check in with creator for directions :)|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|life is indeed a fog we are guided through by gut instinct, the cosmic authority and the knowledge there is clarity beyond its grasp ...
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|Now THAT is some thick fog, Eileen. It's a wonder you didn't trip and break something. Careful now.|
|Reviewed by Smita Tewari
|A lovely poem -getting lost in the fog!
It happens to the best of us, but we don't write so beautifully!
Do visit my blog:www.smitaspoetry.blogspot.com
and leave a comment.
|Reviewed by Darryn Murphy
|Reviewed by Cindy Tuttle
|Wonderful poem Eileen. Sounds like you enjoyed it. Hope you have a wonderful 2010.