|Reviewed by Frances Seymour
|Sherri, This made my adrenaline flow! Great descriptive work of art! blessings...Frances|
|Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
|Terrifying.....the picture is too! I sat on the edge of my seat to the end of this poem. Great job!
|Reviewed by Inspire Hope
|Filled with suspense and great detail! You are an excellent writer and very adventurous!!
Love And Prayers
|Reviewed by Peter Paton
|You feel an emotional blanket reading this. The art is not to put yourself in danger in the first place, if you follow me.
I enjoyed the mounting drama of your choice words.
|Reviewed by John Domino
|A very suspenseful piece of poetry. Artistically crafted by a wonderful writer. Keep up the fine work!
John Michael Domino
|Reviewed by jude forese
|a poem that captures the imagination ...|
|Reviewed by Christine Alwin
|I prayed my good byes in a storm in the middle of the gulf years ago,,,47 foot sailboat.and the storm came...we were tossed, I will never forget it...but we miraculously touhged out the stom...great write Sherry!|
|Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
I could feel the wind picking up, the cold raindrops and that smell of a thunderstorm all vividly described in this wonderful poem. Thanks for the exciting journey back to shore. I enjoyed reading this wonderfully descriptive poem.
Peace, love, and light,
|Reviewed by Susan Smith
|Very description. I experienced actually being there with all my senses and emotions.|
|Reviewed by Carolyn Red Bear (The Bear Paw)
|Hi Sheri, I've never experienced this, till now! You kept me in, I could almost feel those raindrops on me. Watching storms is what I prefer, or watching the sky after a nasty storm has passed. Thank you for taking me on this adventure... stay strong...
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|I have been in a few bad storms at sea in my younger days especially one I remeber up off the labrador coast where in a storm we were all ordered to life jackets and stand by the life boats if not working. So I can appreciate both the terror and the relief of this one.
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|You take us there with you in compelling verse; we feel the fear, the terror, as you dash for safer environs. Great writing; well done, Sheri!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn (the StormFraider; I HATE thunderstorms; here in Texas we can have some whizbangers!!!!). :/
|Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle
|Great and compelling poem,I enjoy reading it,take care
|Reviewed by Dawn Anderson
|Excellent imagery in this, and I could feel the fear!|
|Reviewed by Dallas D'Angelo-Gary
|This was an edge of the seat read, Sheri. Wonderful trip! I'm reminded of the tim my brother and I went fishing. A storm sprang upon us in much the manner you describe, except that we were in a rowboat. I brought us across the lake rowing so hard the bow was out of the water. We made it just ahead of the rain.|
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
|Thank God you're safe, Sherri. I'd head for shelter, away from water, myself. And don't stand under trees!! If you can hear thunder, you're close enough to be struck. (She - me - says, trying to capture lightning on film. LOL) An excellent, descriptive write of terror from Storm. Well done.
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
And I like how you titled your poem: My Storm. Because it was. =] And now it is ours, too.
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|You have effectively shared this adventure via your verses, Sheri. Love and best wishes,
|Reviewed by Cindy Tuttle
|Wow! I am so glad you are o.k.That must have been scarey.