|Reviewed by CJ Heck
|They say "That which does not kill us makes us stronger." You are a survivor, my friend, and that has made you stronger. Yes, humor is a coping mechanism. This is a well-written poem, giving your readers the chance to ask themselves how they would react in the same situation -- excellent. I know that's what it did for me when I read it. Well done!
|Reviewed by Susan de Vegter
|You are awesome and not a defeatist after suffering a blow such as this. I admire you a great deal. Your talent is thick and your passion overwhelming to think you conquered a terror that would've put many out for the count. You definitely are a remarkable young lady.
Love and energy.
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|Typical woman, worried about how her hair looks...LOL! As long as you are alive, who cares what happens...best to your Dad...Ed|
|Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
|Certainly not something pleasant to happen, yet you seem to have a very strong will to overcome any obstacle. "One out of three, ain't bad". You have a very optimistic outlook, stay strong.
|Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
|Great write my friend, you are an inspiration to many! Enjoyed this much, look forward to more of your work here at the den!
|Reviewed by A PAX
Yes, after the storm, after the tornado, the buds still bloom from the trees left standing. Strong roots. Ok I must sound all mystical and nerdy, but thats the impression I got from your words. Just the little things, that looking for Mickey D's. The ordinary, every day actions, are the foundations from which we can grow stronger and beyond. I like your poetry style Sharon, it conversational, and has melody, but the words stand clear. And thats a plus in poetry. We like to understand what we are reading LOL....Keep writing chica....your good, pax Anita :)
|Reviewed by Brett Moore
|Great inner dialogue in this poem. The lines jump off the page.
|Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader)
|Sharon, you cope extremely well. Thank you for sharing this part of you, love Holly|
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|But whats gonna happen now? Keep believing and thinking health..
Nice bio pic, very chipper...
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|The attitude that you put forth via your verses is inspiring, Sharon. Thank you for sharing. Love and peace,
|Reviewed by Susan Linehan (Reader)
|Through your words I travelled with you to the theatre and I'm now wondering what's gonna happen now?|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|The dramatic shock of such an extreme situation I believe numbs the mind in order for us not to just shut down with despair. I have been on deaths door a few times in my life and I know just the detachment feeling that your poem captures. Well done Sharon and sure glad you stayed around, with each write I like your styles more.
|Reviewed by Tactfully Naive
|Crucifixion? Good. Line o...yeah, I know, line on the left, one cross each...
Paralysis, stroke or death
Where do I sign?
Oh, very witty, Wilde, very, very witty!
'Paralysis, stroke or death'
One out of three ain’t bad
Well then, don't be greedy!
Your remarkable stoicism and, in particular, your wit in the face of adversity have been and continue to be inspiring.
I'm proud to know you, 'arold.
'But whats gonna happen now?'
And what a 'now' it has been.
Bent back tulip
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
"Paralysis, stroke or death...."
I think you were left with the lesser of three evils...what choice did you have? All you can do is go on with what you have. :) An excellent write; glad you're here. :)
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|Sharon, this is very good. You are an inspiration; glad to meet ya! Keep these coming, and keep on reaching higher! You'll make it, I know you will! :)
(((HUGS))) and much love, your new friend in America, Karen Lynn in Texas. :D
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|You cope extremely well, Sharon, and you truly inspire.|