|Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci
|You've done a fine job. I can just picture this guy daydreaming of his first love.
|Reviewed by Barbara Henry
|You have done a wonderful job of using a male's voice in writing this poem. It sounds exactly like something a man(looking back) would say.
Great approach, Joy.
Barbara J. Henry
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|I think this is just fine because it does remind me of past "love" experiences; the beauty of this is that it also reinforces what I am currently experiencing. Love is all! Thank you, Joy. Love and best wishes to you,
|Reviewed by James Johnston
|Great, Joy. You have made a remarkable metamorphosis into a man's mind. Any girl would be very flattered by your description of her as resembling a beautiful rose. I wonder if he is still wondering or if he has found the Lady of his dreams "in full blossom"!
A dozen roses in your favorite color and aroma are on the way, my friend.
Just (missing you) Jim
|Reviewed by Betty Cochran (Reader)
|Yes, this sounds like a man; not young, but not old, reminiscing aboutan innocent young girl whose sweet memory still faintly lingers...like a sweet hint of lavender.|
|Reviewed by George Dominguez
|LOVE IT! Joy this was very good and so romantic in describing the young girl and who she is with now for the mind can play it's wondering game. It's the mind of a man that wonders about in such a way. Good going Joy. George|
|Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
|Dew kissed and wrapped up in a bouquet with a lovely scent! To be delivered on a daily basis, your Man would do for You, Lady Joy!
Lady Vivian...peeking in on a beautiful romance.
|Reviewed by ANNA CLOUTIER (Reader)
|love this one joy...a romantic indeed. anna|
|Reviewed by Edward Hale (Reader)
|"Wondering" - As a man with a romantic bent, I rather think you have "nailed it". Good work! - The Phantom|