|Reviewed by Christine Tsen
|I love this ~
No feeling is the end, always more to come.
Wonderful way of explaining this inner state of ebb and flow, the desires that we silence in our hearts as circumstances move on, the boundaries in the heart going beyond ~
|Reviewed by Ian Irvine (Hobson)
|Excellent little prose poem - sensual, biting, reflective ... full of Edenic symbols.|
|Reviewed by Dawn Anderson
|One of the beauties of your work, Axilea...it makes me wonder...|
|Reviewed by Charlie
|Again, another enigmatic write. There are so many different ways of taking it, as Felix says. I actually have a very close friend who has a problem throwing anything away--pieces of paper, twisted gum wrappers, junk mail, etc. Getting through this mind set is extremely difficult, and requires tireless work on her therapist's part to encourage, empathize, and help prioritize. To her, I want to say, Eat kumquats instead of oranges. There is no need to toss the peels then; you can savor the sweet skins with the bitter fruit. And there's more. The flavor lingers...though the fruit's all gone. La. Pucker up and waltz on the brink of freedom. Let the rain wash away what it will.
I too believe a good down-pour now and then can do a lot of cleansing--inside and out. --Charlie
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|Orange peel is the bane of paint. Is her veneer wearing off? Intriguing prose.
|Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
|Many emotions come to the surface after reading this extraordinary poem.
It takes me to my younger days, when life was so ripe and fresh. Open for interpretation. I conjure up a woman of the night that is in search of physical pleasures but leads a different life during her daytime hours. Just a vision I got from your poem...
Much peace, love, and light,
|Reviewed by Georg Mateos
|The tongue, that dismissed one, can give more pleasure to the soul than any other emotions put together...and yes, there's that guilty afterwards...
|Reviewed by Liana Margiva
|VERY NICE!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva|
|Reviewed by Paul Judges
|I can really feel this one ! Well done|
|Reviewed by John Flanagan
|Like your other recent work, Axilea, this has the richness and emotional charge of intimacy, you are documenting certain uncertain states of mind and coming to terms with them.
|Reviewed by jude forese
|a multitude of emotion and perspective traverses the skin of this poem ...|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Uniquely origianal...to make the reader digest the taste of this write and wonder at it's origins. Is it a homeless person, befriended on the street, a woman-child being coerced into passion...so may othe possibilities for the reader to contemplate.