Recent Reviews for Kimberley A Linstruth-Beckom
A Burning Desire (Short Story) - 2/11/2013 9:51:01 AM|
that would be the extreme for sure
Forever Friends The Short Story (Short Story) - 4/19/2010 9:43:27 PM
I find this intriguing and mysterious particularly since one of my friends (a woman whose name is Rain believe it or not) has just published a novel; a story about vampires. You captured my attention from the start with this story. Thank you for sharing it, Kimberley. Best of luck with your novel. Love and best wishes,
Soft Lines (Poetry) - 2/20/2013 9:45:29 AM
Funny how small things can capture the heart. Well penned, softly sensual.
Soft Lines (Poetry) - 2/12/2013 8:07:37 AM
Having experienced one, George is right. However, in a large department like I was in, there was more than one successful marriage that came out of what seemed like an unlikely connection between staff members in different areas of the department. When it involves a supervisor It can be a bit more sticky.
Your poem gives food for thought.
Soft Lines (Poetry) - 2/11/2013 4:20:04 PM
Never knew one that didn't spell trouble.
Soft Lines (Poetry) - 2/11/2013 9:41:35 AM
office romance though has many obstacles before, during and after.
Contemplations taken from The Fast Still Life (Poetry) - 5/10/2012 10:19:08 AM
I sleep like that too, including the sweat. But I'm way past menopause, so it must be something else. Am I channeling you? ;-)
Contemplations taken from The Fast Still Life (Poetry) - 5/10/2012 5:32:46 AM
Very good poem !
Ode to the tree god (Poetry) - 5/4/2010 5:50:56 PM
An apt and timely write, Kimberley. I understand where "you're coming from" with this theme. Love and best wishes,
Blue Water Baptism (Poetry) - 4/18/2010 12:24:36 AM
Well written. It leaves me with lots of thoughts to ponder, I like that.
Blue Water Baptism (Poetry) - 4/17/2010 6:07:17 PM
I like how you deliver this, the pith and significance of the repetitions stressing the motif...and I like where it takes me.
Blue Water Baptism (Poetry) - 4/17/2010 5:35:36 PM
Your poem gives me pause for reflection, Kimberley; particularly since many people constantly tell me that I "never grew up." Love and peace to you,