|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|You have captured and shared the experience most effectively via your verses, Carol. I'm not that tall and I certainly am not bold. ☺ Love and best wishes,
|Reviewed by Dark Knight
|I like your style too...LOL|
|Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader)
|In this poem you certainly captured the ambiance and play, and progressed the story with perfect pitch. I feel flouncy just reading it. Glorious touch, Carol. ~~ Diana|
|Reviewed by Gert van Weenen (Reader)
|A totally different style compared to your previous poems.
You have many styles and you know what............
I like them all !!!!!
Yes I like your style(s) Carolee
|Reviewed by Mark Huntsman (Reader)
|That was a great movie my wife and I loved it! But looks like a view of how poets get their inspiration
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|I Like Your Poem, and your Virginia Woolf quote.|
|Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
|Many styles to be makes our
world go round and round..
just reach for the brass ring
Liked your poem very much
|Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci
|Talk about getting up close and personal!! I kinda like HER style!
|Reviewed by T Jett (Reader)
|Reminds me of a guy I know. I like your style of writing!|
|Reviewed by Laura Fall
|i really like this poem as always your poetry is outstanding laura|
|Reviewed by Budd Nelson
|Chance encounters can leave a deep meaning on both parties
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|Wow! That was the most seductive thing I've read in a long time! I'll have to try that trick some time. I didn't know writers had that kind of magnetic quality? Maybe we just have to look like Richard Gere and write like Ian Fleming.
If Virginia Woolf wrote from her experience, and the only thing I know of her is that awful, hateful, dysfunctional drunken performance by Elizabeth Taylor, the poor woman must have had a dreadful life. ;-)
|Reviewed by Diane Miller (Reader)
|I like this about writers and the way you chose to present it
|Reviewed by Joy Hale
|A wonderful thought about how writers can keep fresh, new ideas from slipping their mind. I have a "Frag" notebook at home and it has small notes and thoughts for future poems or articles; I use it often! I like this poem and agree; writers receive inspiration from so many places. PS I must say that I love the style of Richard Gere! Totally hot. Great picture!
Joy L. Hale
|Reviewed by S Bergerac (Reader)
|Inspiration can come at any time and any place dear Lady Lily and this tells that story very well.
I bow and tip my hat to you
|Reviewed by Gail Delaney (Reader)
|Anyone can write, but it takes talent to form into words and you have that talent Carol, I'm sure the other writers can agree
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
|Aw, and she walked away seemingly ending what could be an interesting afternoon.
I was sitting in a lounge one day in Shreveport, Louisiana and there were two barmaids working it. One of them caught my eye and I whipped out my pad and trusty pen and jotted down a quick poem which was definitely one that told the woman I admired her. She read it and mumbled her thanks, and I could see that I touched her heart. She let the other barmaid read it and the other one asked if I'd write one for her. I did, but where the first poem was all about beauty and love and very suggestive that I would like to know her better, the second poem was pure poison and it made the second barmaid cry. I could have written her one similar to the first one, but I don't like being pushed into a corner and made to do something that I didn't want to. Excuse me for being long-winded with "my" story.
About your poem, like the woman said, I like your style.
|Reviewed by Ed J.
|There is no telling what will inspire a writer. I tcan happen anytime or anywhere. Cute poem.
Stay well and keep writing
|Reviewed by D. Vegas
|Yes, you can tell a great deal about a writer
through their works...thank you,Carol.