|Reviewed by lois christensen
|I sit outside on the rockers on the porch and see lots of birds, the little sparrows are fed daily by my neighbors, and I love to see them come close by and pick up a bite to eat.
|Reviewed by James Driscoll (Reader)
|"Like coal-black marbles
Dancing on a white table."
Very nice simile. Are crows that vicious? I love birds. They are so important for our existence. Birds and insects. Thanks for sharing.
|Reviewed by Karen Springer
|More like an orderly chaos - love the juxtapositions in this write - black and white, elder and younger, cold and warmth. Enjoyed this one.|
|Reviewed by Lena Kovadlo
|Very good poem Regis. It is full of emotion and it tells a moving story that flows smoothly with every line. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it from start to finish. Thank you for sharing.|
|Reviewed by Kenny Baez
|We look at them through the wrong end of the long telescope of time, regis, to use the D.H. Lawrence phrase, the birds are dinosaurs - if you're a beetle! Yes, we can admire their birdsong and overlook their savage fight for survival. Heh!|
|Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci
|With all that commotion going on outside (lol), I'm glad she rests and sleeps!! I enjoyed this!
|Reviewed by Sandy Hoynacki (Reader)
|A reminder of 'Survival of the fittest'. It leaves me with a potpourri of images as the ending brings peaceful shadows of innocence....Well done indeed....Peace and Love|
|Reviewed by Kay P Devenish
|I could not make better comment than Jude...he says it exactly as I would like to...I agree with his comment 100%
Your poem is excellent!
|Reviewed by Carma Chan
|Great descriptions! Thanks for the warm welcome.
|Reviewed by Kathleen McDonald
|Excellent work Regis
|Reviewed by Daniel Keith
|Good one Regis. I have a hummingbird bully that fights away all the others. May God bless you every day of your life.
|Reviewed by JMS Bell
|EVEN THE BIRDS DO IT...HOW VERY SAD. BUT WHAT IS EVEN MORE SAD IS THE REALIZATION OF THE FACT...IT TAKES SO MUCH MORE THAN THE NOISE OF A 'SLAMMED DOOR ' TO DETER HUMANS FROM KILLING ONE ANOTHER. NOTHING SEEMS TO WORK! OH, COME...LORD JESUS...COME! A MOST POWERFUL SHARING. THANK YOU, REGIS. LOVE, BLESSINGS & FAITH...
JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
|Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
|Well done. Nature is tough, unless you have a feather bed. Patrick|
|Reviewed by Jon Willey
|Regis, nature orders all things and this meow established the ordained line in the snow -- an expert photograph defined within your verses my dear friend -- "she rests and sleeps silent" is the last but not the final chapter -- I bid you peace and love -- Jon Michael|
|Reviewed by J Howard
|Nature is not always kind but that is mystery is often hidden in it's beauty as described even in describing black birds here.|
|Reviewed by Sheila Roy
|You really set the tone skillfully here, Regis. Their frenzy made me anxious, and then the calm afterward is a stark contrast. Excellent. Love and hugs,
|Reviewed by Barbara Terry
|I guess when the birds get a little too noisy and playful, you have to let them know somehow. The slamming of a door or a "soo, go away" does wonders. Thank you for sharing this delightful poem.
May the Lord Jesus bless you, and those whom you love, and who love you, and be with you always and at your side constantly. With much love in my heart, joy to the world, peace on earth, & ((((((((((MANY WONDERFUL SISTERLY HUGGGGSSSS)))))))))), your little sister, Barbie
|Reviewed by Muhammad Al Mahdi
|Fine, beautiful poetry, exciting in its perspective and allegory.|
|Reviewed by Inspire Hope
|Excellent, and powerfully written capturing one's attention to look within....VOW deeply moving Regis ! May Abba Father always Bless
and inspire you to continue to write ! You are indeed a Blessing
to all of us here at AD !
|Reviewed by jude forese
|a powerful tale whose ambiance and imagery excel ...|
|Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
|The reluctant snowflake seems to have reason. enjoyed. Morgan|
|Reviewed by Micki Peluso
|Wow Regis--That was a powerful poem. I love birds but not incessant squawking when I'm trying to sleep. I need to know--was it a cat as those were big birds or an irate woman with buckshot?
Be safe this holiday weekend
|Reviewed by Christine Tsen
|Beautifully written and contrasted, and I enjoyed your sparkling imagery!
|Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat
Excellent visuals, thought I wanted want to envision it. Great poem.
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|So very realistic and engaging. If only we could abruptly open the door and stop humans from squabbling. At least there are some places where there is peace. Good write!
|Reviewed by Ruan Mills Burke
|Poetic imagery at it's best - I can't help but see it all in my mind's eye - until the cat creeps in and steals the show. :o)|
|Reviewed by Tom Hyland
|WELL DONE, REG!|
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo
|So very vivid, Regis! I can feel the emotion too! Survival of the fittest. Love and hugs, Elizabeth|
|Reviewed by baz busbe
|Lovely poem, I love the snow, sounds more like a picture from england. God bless. Baz|
|Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
|Beautiful phrasing, Regis! Loved this!!!
|Reviewed by Kimberly LaRocca
|Lovely poem, the picture suits it perfectly.|
|Reviewed by Andy Turner
|Good contrast. Yet nature does have a way even if it seems cruel.
|Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson
|Vivid imagery Regis. Were they crows or blackbirds?.......M|
|Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
|So much about life
to live and obsorb!
Observing the birds
in your poetry!!
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Parker
|Great poem Regis. Beautifully written, as always!|
|Reviewed by Paul Berube
|Well done, Regis.|
|Reviewed by Leland Waldrip
|An interlude with social animals lends reflection. Well done. Interesting and revealing. (or revealing and interesting, lol)
Best regards my friend,
|Reviewed by Laura Fall
|A fascinating write well done so wonderfully indeed as always great poetry Laura
|Reviewed by Richard King
|This one's a keeper Reg, One question. "...They shriek in defence;..." can't figure out that word... perhaps defense, or maybe defiance? I know you're from Canada and sometimes they spell words differently North of the border. Just wondering. No matter, it's a great poem either way. Thanks Dick
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|Wonderful poem, Regis; well done, mon ami! C'est bon!
(((HUGS))) et amour, ton ami dans Texas, Karen Lynn. :D
|Reviewed by Liana Margiva
|BEAUTIFUL POEM!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva|
|Reviewed by John Flanagan
|Well expressed, Regis,
and, for me, not overdone - just the right
stress for proper effect.
|Reviewed by TONY NERONE
|It must be a beautiful sight to see.
GOD BLESS YOU
|Reviewed by neerja gandhi
|yes..so nice :)|
|Reviewed by Chip Bergeron
|Reviewed by Sherry Heim
|The cycle of life can be a cold, bitter and cruel journey or it can be a magnificent tour. For those who must be beggars and scratch for their very existence, life can seem to be as much of a curse as it is a blessing. Lots of depth to this offering, Reg, nicely done.
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|Been snowin' up your way, Reg? Finally I'd say as you have been getting very little if any in the winter months...if no snow, I know of a hurricane you can have, CHEAP...e|
|Reviewed by D Johnson
|A sad tale of survival of the fittest...
|Reviewed by Janna Hill
|To me this is more than the messy little birds wreaking havoc on the snow and one another...as you keep watch and she rests safe & sound.
|Reviewed by Myrna Badgerow
|I read 'snow' and all I could think of was.. SNOW??? Are you serious? But then I read the poem...how much joy does nature give us to watch it at work and at play.. a treasure this is and I thank you for sharing it with us.