|Reviewed by Axilea MU
|There is something very intimate that remains symbolic in this poem. I would even say that part of the imagery is very surreal.
Feelings come out of somewhere and not so innocently.
They're made of love and death, worries and a world turned upside down... until we all disappear one day, don't we?
I don't know about the "song aspect", I read this as a poem.
Until next time,
|Reviewed by l West (Reader)
|I love this. I can feel it. I agree with Charlie. You need to check around for a musician, do you know any? Linda|
|Reviewed by Charlie
|I love this poem. I think it would also make great lyrics set to music with a little refrain. It would not harm this poem one iota to have the title repeated at the bottom either. I know the song you mentioned too...
The whole piece has great atmosphere.
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|Reviewed by William Cryer
|Ho ho ho. Being Christmas and all, I thought I'd stop by, ;) Your poem makes me happy. Makes my jiggle quiver from top down. And as I'm now a Kringle, that says a lot. Keep them coming...I'll expect a lot of 'em next Christmas when I come back, or no presents for you! Mho ho ho!|
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|such an interesting way to say such sweet and loving things-sounds like a wonderful invitation!|
|Reviewed by blue soplain
|i love the pure aesthetics of this; the driving force nehind the images.. .feel the wind ripping through the words. ..
|Reviewed by Michael Guy
|very cool poem for sure; nice driving!|
|Reviewed by Chuck Keller
|You have an impressive talent. Great work!|