|Reviewed by Laurel Lamperd
|I'm not quite sure what the 'foolish woman' wants to hear. 'I love you' - maybe. They both sound as if they are in love and necessary to each other. A lovely relationship. Laurel|
|Reviewed by Connie Faust
|She said, "Why don't you say 'I love you'?" He said, "I thought I WAS saying it."
The words aren't there, but she would have to be blind not to know they are his motivation.
There's just something about hearing them!
|Reviewed by Barbara Terry
|Many men do not know how to say vocally 'I love you'. They feel that by doing is showing love. But a woman is not foolish just because she wishes to hear those three, most beautiful words in the world. I never leave my daughters homes, or hang up the phone from talking to them without saying I love you.
No she isn't a foolish woman, she just wants her husband to tell her that he loves her. We long every day to hear those three beautiful words, but most times from our mates they are not forthcoming.
It doesn't matter what we do to make the other see that we love them, there are also those times when a woman needs to hear, 'I love you'. Thank you for sharing, Pat.
May the Lord Jesus be with you, and by your side, and walk with you always. With love in my heart, joy to the world, pace on earth and ((((((((((((((((((((((MANY, MANY HUGGGSSS))))))))))))))))))))))))), your den sister, Barbie
|Reviewed by Steve Groll
|Beautifully captures the situation of many couples, I think. She needs to hear what is hard for him to say, but he is saying it in everything he does.|
|Reviewed by Art Sun
|Nice work...there is that deep emotional voice that expresses from within the normality of relationships her hurt her visual acceptance and her desire to hear just a taste of that love whispered after the acceptance of lifes reality...
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|This is quite a study/sharing on human relationships, Pat. Well done. Love and best wishes to you,
|Reviewed by jude forese
|sometimes a foolish heart is a pure one ...|
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Great insight, Pat! methinks men feel if they don't say those words, they can't be held to commitment. It's a sad fact...
|Reviewed by Alan Abrams
|it may be too much to give, but it's not too much to ask|
|Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
|Is this a re-write? Sounds very familiar. No matter. The three words stick like glue in a man's craw. Can't explain. He'll take a bullet for his woman but utter those 3 words? Go figure. Patrick|
|Reviewed by Emile Tubiana
|Dear Pat,it is a nice write, who needs words? There is a nice harmony between the two of them. No reason for any complaint. Love Emile|
|Reviewed by Richard King
|Often we hear, we just don't comprehend. Would that we all knew then, what now seems so obvious. Really nicely said Pat. Thanks Dick|
|Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen
|a tale well told, indeed, pat!
very much enjoyed "the voice" herein.
peace & blessings,
|Reviewed by Elisabeth Barstowe
|Actions speak louder than words. Well written.|
|Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
|I would say there are men who are deaf in the actions speak louder than words department too. well written...like, whistles their love song...still hasn't heard. ~ Morgan|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|If words are what she has to have and not considering all the rest, she is an idiot. Also during the poem (which I enjoyed, I'm just picking) don't recall her saying anything along those lines either.|
|Reviewed by Christine Tsen
|I love the way you let love describe itself ~
This is profound.
|Reviewed by John Flanagan
|Not the failure to commit but to communicate...and yet there is communication.
How well you see needs, Pat, and differences of expression...but the three words, empty or not, count to many.
This is very well written.
|Reviewed by Lew Duffey
|Oh yes. We are on the same track.
|Reviewed by Dayvid Graybill
|Ahhh...relationships! I hope she learns to hear what she needs to hear.
|Reviewed by TONY NERONE
|Why is it some people have trouble using words of endearment? He sounds like a good guy though.
GOD BLESS YOU