|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|A much needed sanctuary indeed, especially these days.|
|Reviewed by Budd Nelson
|yes i agree with those before me, such a cleansing time
|Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
|this is a ritual of privacy that can't be missed! especially with the chaos.|
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|When you have laid on a hospital bed for weeks, boy does that first shower awaken you to life. Your contemplations are not remiss to this old head of mine each morning I shower.
|Reviewed by Roger Wayne Eberle
|...miles from nowhere... ...guess I'll take my time... ...to reach there... ...to reach there... ...some folks like to roll on roads... ...gives them comfort and serenity.... ....like your showerhead liberation... ...like to look out at the road running under my wheels... ...keeps me from running on empty... whether it's Cat or Jackson or the Eagles or Odin... the song remains the same... ...peace... ...mighty peace... ...that peaceful, easy feeling... ...I know it won't let me down... ...long as I keep standing my ground... ...taking solace in whatever sanctuary I have found...
...have a good long weekend, Odin...
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|Yes, a morning shower is one of life's treasures. No matter your mood or circumstance, it will enlighten you––except if the hot water is off! It also is a blessing for those around you during the day. Cleanliness is not only godliness, it makes you pleasant to be around.
When I told my grandfather that I showered every morning at the dormitory (we didn't have a shower, just a bathtub, at home), he admonished me for taking a shower more than once a week, all that was necessary. “All that hot water on on your head every day is going to make you bald.” Like both my grandfathers at my age, I still have a healthy head of hair. I guess my grandfather's old men's tale was wrong.
|Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger
Humble resonance..for all to embrace..the coolness
or the steam of desired serenity. Loving the lather
and the rinsing of the calm. Enjoyed!!
Lady Mary Ann
|Reviewed by Linda Hill
The shower is my refuge! Demands of the day have to wait and I can have my quiet, peaceful shower time with no interruptions. Enjoyed your poem!