|Reviewed by Barbara Henry
|Movingly poignant,Amber; I especially like "droplets of nature's tears".
Barbara J. Henry
|Reviewed by Don Juan Amante
|rain can be so cold, unbearable at times but the summer showers are life renewing. may your waiting be rewarded with all you wait for.|
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|You have successfully conveyed the feeling of sadness and loss that comes from being away from a loved one. I'm reminded of Elvis singing, “Georgia Rain.”
|Reviewed by S Bergerac (Reader)
|My sweet moonstone, how lovely and heartfelt. But do not despair as all good things are well worth the wait. Keep faith within yourself. You write beautifully flowing with the emotion of a good soul. You and Lily are one in each other for I see the same in you both.
I bow and tip my hat to you
|Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
|sorrows well spills here...and I feel such deep empathy
there are so many people waiting for things that will never
happen...or maybe they will-but the sadest inflection here
in this deep emotional expression is the persons loss
how sad to not enjoy life because waiting on some person
I am going to float with the positive side of this however
as it is such a self sabotoging thing to wait on someone
& deplete ones own life in that waiting-so I am going with
this is about a loved one in the services & the longing is
that their partner will be home soon & reunited with family
Never Wait For YOUR DREAMS!!
Love's Embrace Melding With You Dear Sister
|Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg
|awe nature, she can challenge the emotions indeed and bring up all kinds of buried treasures, such as your beautiful expression here. in loving "what is" one may suffer less ;)|
|Reviewed by Joyce Bell
|THE 'REASON'("I WATCH YOUR UTTER MADNESS") FOR THE WAIT IS SO IMPORTANT; ARE THEY AWAY WORKING ON A 'CALL' TO ONE OF THE MANY FIELDS OF SERVICE?...OR HAVE THEY LEFT ONE FOR A 'GREENER' PATH AND THEY, UNABLE TO ACCEPT THEIR DECISION...ARE WAITING FOR THEM TO 'COME TO THEIR SENSES'? IT SOUNDS LIKE ONE IS WANING AND, IN ANY CASE... THE 'BALL' IS IN THEIR COURT. WELL DONE, AMBER AND ENJOYED. THANKS FOR SHARING. LOVE, BLESSINGS AND FAITH...
JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
|Reviewed by Dark Knight
|some of my most passionate moments have been in the rain-why wait for the sunshine-you know what you need-go for it|
|Reviewed by Kate Burnside
|The listlessness is so apparent in the gentle drum-beating rhythms of this poem that both have a "spilling" effect and also a sense of repetition which illustrates that locked-in madness your gloom and despondency creates. Waiting is the thing I do most badly and I can appreciate that inner tension of wanting to break free and yet also wanting to just hang on. Love the circle effect of the repeated first/last verse, too. The knowledge that all this will be past in the blink of an eye when the sun once more BURSTS through that sky keeps you strong and the truth is that although we feel "stuck in a time warp", actually time is linear and we ARE one step closer to the desired moment's return... As always, straight from the heart and unflinchingly soul-naked. Be well, Amber. xx|
|Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
|Rain can be dreary, but I see the
sun shine in Your Heart with a
beautiful Soul...go barefoot!!!
|Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger
|Awaiting as time goes by. Sunshine anew a rainbow of blessngs
for you. Well written Amber.
Lady Mary Ann
|Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
|Go out in the rain, Amber.....it's where the fun people really are. HA!|
|Reviewed by Andy Turner
|the rain keeps falling, i keep calling, yet something's missing, i guess it's kissing, missing you.... hope your wishes turn to kisses xx|
|Reviewed by Christine Tsen
|Such an authentic glimpse into your beautiful heart, Amber!
|Reviewed by John Bidwell
|Well written somber lines to contemplate.
I had a fabulous time in Connecticut a few weeks ago, in Simsbury.
It may become a new hang out spot.
Hope the sun shines soon.
|Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley
|Although rain can evoke many feelings Amber, you also know it removes and washes away negativity. We are both Reiki practitioners, see the signs, listen to the sounds and await what Universe has to say.
My Angel card I pulled for you concentrating on this says:
Angel wisdom reminds you that a busy cluttered mind is a sick one and a still, clear mind is a divine one.
Allow the wisdom in your heart to radiate out and dissolve the chatter of your mind.
Know that your angel has drawn this to your attention and is waiting to help you in your task.
Sit quietly so that you can find the stillness within. Then you can shine a pure clear light onto every area of your life.
In the clarity of this light the angels will reveal a new way of being.
You will see things differently and be able to make decisions from strength and clarity.
Love and Light
|Reviewed by Laura Fall
|A touching write written so heartfelt as I hope your wait ends soon and you have many sunshine days my friend Laura
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|I guess that the rain can evoke many emotions. Oddly enough, I just posted a poem about the rain bringing me many marvelous memories.|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
|Yeah, i like rain, but if you are in a position like you are in, waiting for someone, the rain accentuates that wait to an unbearable sensation.|
|Reviewed by Budd Nelson
I hope the saddness of waiting is over.
|Reviewed by Zech Romero
|I got the clear feeling of slow uncomfortable tension building up.|