|Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa
|hmmm..it seesm I have NEVER really LOVED!
pierced my heart...somehow the feeling IS well-known somewhere deep within me..must be a past-life thing :)))) for it sure isn't an aspect of THIS one!
Thank you for sharing your soul..
|Reviewed by Michael True
|Again, the underlying currents, passion, love, desire, returning again and again to a time and a place, and the writer never escaping the feel of it. Your finale rolls with the thunder of a tympani drum. M.True|
|Reviewed by Dark Knight
|Nicely done--as for me and the love of my life, my wife and I will have been married this June for 34 years-she is still my best friend-well done,by the way where is the picture done??|
|Reviewed by Bernice Lakota
|My kind of poetry, poignant and bleeding with longing love|
|Reviewed by T Jett (Reader)
|Wow! This beautiful poem tugged at my heart string and touched me deeply, Ed ... Beautifully moving poetry! I loved the art too ...|
|Reviewed by james skidmore (Reader)
|Beautiful. It felt personal. Wonderful stuff! I will be reading your other work too.|
|Reviewed by Edward Phillips
|I think you answered your own question, Ron. Those who have never lost at love have missed out on a deliciously painful part of life.|
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|This poem seems out of character for you… Unless is it true, and the Isle of Mann holds some remembrance of a past love, like Saskatoon does for me.