|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|A most compelling poem, Marilyn. Much feeling is expressed. Thank you. Love and peace.
|Reviewed by Alain Gracio
|Splendid, well written, and well expressed, Tuned insights in behavior
P.S. get in touch
|Reviewed by Jane Rodway
|Very sad, yet happy, if that makes sense- brings up alot of emotions, well-done!|
|Reviewed by Handsum Hart
|An interesting write, with a nice spin at the end.
Lovely work Marilyn.
Joy and sunlight
|Reviewed by Leysa Lowery
|Powerful, descriptive words ... excellent!|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|It is a sad commentary on so many of our aged seniors so kind of heart and so in love with the babies of the world but so alone in the junngle of lost society. Very powerful write Marilyn
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Thought provoking write!!
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|For a moment she was happy and so were the kids, they left her the wrappers and ate all her treats. A bittersweet memory.|
|Reviewed by Maria Lupinacci
It is good to read you! This gave me a smile, though
sad at the end, her emptiness after the children have gone.
|Reviewed by jude forese
|a very sweet well-rounded poem ...|
|Reviewed by ~Indigo~ Elga
A cloud replaces her smile-
her lids flutter and release
diamonds down her face ---> This certainly released a few diamonds down my face. An exceptionally descriptive and touching write Marilyn.
|Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson
|Maybe better than feeding the pigeons?
Happy to read you Marilyn....
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|How terrible I must be, expecting something sinister to happen..
Just a lonely old lady enjoying the now. Prolly lamenting on her past...