|Reviewed by Kate Burnside
|entangled intersected by forces beyond us
we share something within the heart space
but real and felt
applying emotional energy
meets the feminine field of state
... lucid and brilliant, Debby. Could have many applications, which is so true of all your works which weave so well the forces that are mutually cognitive without and within. All your poems speak of a unifying force and a wonderful harmony. Love this, thank you, Kate xx
|Reviewed by D Johnson
|Debby, great write! I've never seen a moose up close but I have seen elk and they to are huge. Nice picture too.
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Wonderful offering Debby..thanks for sharing!!
|Reviewed by Georg Mateos
|They say that the lion is the savanna's king, but the Moose is certainly the king around our timberlands.
|Reviewed by Taylor Ryan
|Wait Debbie!!! I know that Moose! Wyoming...right...I met him in Moose on a back trail to Phelps Lake on horseback. Hmmm...but it was a while ago...and he was huge!
I've missed reading you and this is, as always, a treasure to come upon. It's so nice when a picture can take you back to a moment when mind and nature collide and you can recapture the thoughts that might otherwise vanish.
meets the feminine field of state"
This is a pluperfect concept! How better could you describe the force of the beast caught in his private moment by woman who has the capabilities and emotional matter of the moment to carry it to metaphoric mountains.
You took me many places with this poem far beyond my memory of the moose and the feminine state of mind.
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|beautiful picture to go with a lovely write-i believe very much in the connections we all have with one another|
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Beautiful photo and the poem is deeply moving to realize there is that connection being felt even though not always easy to define. That's the great mystery that keeps us inspired.Stay well,enjoy!;-)
|Reviewed by Flying Fox Ted L Glines
|Gorgeous beast. Regal, primal, wild, fearsome, yet gentle and tuned to nature (we envy). Well done, Debby!
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|The stunning size and strength of these animals are only matched by the speed with which they can travel, I have encountered them often in my Canadian wilderness and I am always blown away by them.
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|They are truly majestic creatures, and I also love observing them in the wild.|
|Reviewed by Aberjhani
|STRONG MAJESTIC CREATURE reconciles the nature of the beast, as it were--huge, domineering, and frightening in some ways; yet wholly regal in certain others.
|Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
|Beautiful picture and a great write my friend! Wonderful combination!
|Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury
|Two lifes intersected by the water of life. Enjoyed|