|Reviewed by Ed J.
|Interesting concept in this wonderfully playful poem. The heart as the picture shows, can so completely control ones emotions that it appears nothing is left in tact. I believe souls are immortal, one cannot mend what cannot be broken, even though it may feel so. Ones spirit, will, determination or even hope can be compromised, but the strength and light of love that soul projects comes from within. You obviously have a big heart and feel love most strongly, but I don't think they sell a good sole glue.
Stay well and keep writing
|Reviewed by Amor Sabor
|Beautifully done...this is more honest and the play on words is priceless.|
|Reviewed by Steve Ralph
|Lovely poetry, very nice use of words.
|Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G
|EVERYTHING takes time, and the more you FOCUS on your Souls/Soles, the longer they will stay mended!
Love this creative use of the words Soul/Sole!
Love and Hugs Amber (Viv)
PEaCe, Love and Wisdom! Love, Warrior Lady Sheeeoox
STay POsitive! Happy and STrong!
|Reviewed by Rose Rideout
|I love it and for those that this would be for, yes the soul as well as the sole can be mended with time, smiles and true love. Thanks Amber, great write.
Newfie Hugs, Rose
|Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
|A very creative piece, using mastery of the English language very well, endjoyed....
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Yes. The English language provides opportunities for writers and it's not just with homonyms such as "sole" and "sole." I can identify with the sentiments that you have expressed in this poem, Amber. Thank you. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Barbara Smith
|Amber, a broken soul is mighty hard to repair sometimes and it may take it a long time to heal after it is broken but in time, a soul does heal. This is a nice writing.|
|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
Beautiful and unique... "Can I Mend A Broken Soul?" takes one on an esoteric trip on wings of imagination.
Andre Emmanuel bendavi ben-YEHU
|Reviewed by Dale Clark
|Ah yes Amber, it says a lot and
that's the beauty of language.
|Reviewed by Ann Scarborough
|I love this. Amber I have often wondered if a broken soul/heart could be mended and you are right, time is the glue.
|Reviewed by Kathy Armijo
|Solely [only] -- a loving soul can help mend a broken soul. And, that loving soul will outlast the sole's glue. Whew!
|Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper
|A great metaphor and excellent vehicle for comparison. Well done.|
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|A very soulful write!|
|Reviewed by Christine Alwin
|yes,, You can fix a sole and a soul too. Best Wishes, Christine|
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|very clever-and i too love the fun you can create with English!|
|Reviewed by chris stienstra
|Not only do I love the English language, I love this poem too. It is my hope that the glue you find is waterproof and will last forever. The wonderful thing about a warm, loving and tender soul is that it can be repaired.....
With my very best
|Reviewed by Georg Mateos
|The only way to repair a broken soul is to wrap it with another soul, a carin one that's no broken.
Glue doesn't apply, tenderness does.
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Cute and yes love the intricacies of the language.
|Reviewed by Alexandra* OneLight*® Authors & Creations
|Very clever use of homophones, Amber! I have a passion for language – well… for languages :0) – and enjoy exploring all of those aspects which make it – them – so rich. The concept, here, is brilliant – soles and souls. Yes… don’t our souls feel like we’ve been walking “on them” for miles… and along paths so rough that they (souls) seem to be literally “falling apart”? Yet… I believe that, contrary to soles – which can be mended almost to perfection by others (who nonetheless need to know their trade so the job will be well done) but can also fall apart beyond redemption – souls can only be mended by ourselves from within. The good thing is that we all have the innate knowledge of this “craft”… and souls have this infinite self-regenerating attribute, that make them… and us… as good as new even after the longest, hardest, most exhausting “walks”. Enjoyed this poem very much!
|Reviewed by Ted Bossis
|Evolving towards a sense of beauty is ongoing & a solo venture at times <>Soul has taken in much & Holds much _ Grace*Love*Beauty (Ted)|
|Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury
|I love the way you use the example of a shoes sole coming apart. In love it is said that souls cleave together and become one. Thus the word soul mate. You will feel that special vibration.|