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Recent Reviews for Marion H Sadler

From the Heart (Book) - 8/22/2006 2:16:04 PM
Order this from me for only $10 from PO Box 1405 Ardmore, OK! 73401 Inclose a check and a note of your return address. Thank you.

Can a Mother Die of a Broken Heart? (Book) - 12/2/2004 10:32:44 PM
SPECIAL SALE PRICE:The poetry book "Can a Mother Die of a Broken Heart?" is available now through at a lower price that Amazon. The cover, an original drawing of a carousel horse, is on the 3rd publication, replacing the original publications which sported a photograph of the Dead Sea in Israel, looking East toward Moab. You can order any of my works from me, I will return your request over a private and safe e-mail network and send a copuy for only $10.00 if you send a check to PO Box 1405 Ardmore OK! 73401 THank you.Updated 9-16-2006 Thankyou for your interest. May God bless you. Marion.

Can a Mother Die of a Broken Heart? (Book) - 2/7/2003 4:10:56 PM
"Marion Sadler's very personal glimpse at the darker aspects of the life cycle will touch the reader, perhaps even sound an alarm, evoking a sense of urgency toward living life to the fullest while we have it." Blessings, Harvey Stanbrough"

Can a Mother Die of a Broken Heart? (Book) - 2/7/2003 3:54:08 PM
"I read the book again...again....with tears, confimation, fears, remembrances. This is not a book I wanted to read. But it is also a book I could not put down, unlike most poetry books which one can read, enjoy, absorb, and return to at will and certainly when convenient. No, this book seduces the reader into a realm not known by all, and feared by most. It is best appreciated by those who have lost a family member before his/her time in the temporal world. Through the pen and tears of this mother, we forge a priceless relationship in anonymity, yet as connected as a bridge built of redwood tree. Marion shares out loud the prayers and innermost thoughts of mothers, and fathers, everywhere when tragedy strikes. We hear and we also "know" from our own experiences the raw pain of death, the plea of a mother's heart, the struggle to find meaning, answers, and to stop the pain...or maybe stop completely. We find possibilities, comfort, familiarity from the author's shared introspections over life's trials and death's tribulations. And somewhere through the tears, loss moves toward acceptance; pain moves into release; sorrow is backwashed with love, and turmoil metastasizes into freedom. I do not want to read these poems again. I do not want to know the pain. But I both. And I will cry and I will find life and healing... at least for my soul." Laura W. Boyd, Ph.D.

Can a Mother Die of a Broken Heart? (Book) - 8/30/2002 7:01:32 AM
An excellent collection of poems. No person, reading this book can remain dry-eyed. It speaks of agony that seems more than anyone can bear, yet it was born and became a lasting tribute to a much loved son.

Boo Bear's New Pockets (Short Story) - 3/6/2005 3:51:27 AM
well done

Home All Alone (Short Story) - 12/2/2004 10:15:38 PM
When you order, please order volume #1 because more have been anthologies have been added. You can order either book from me at thank you.

Boo Bear's New Pockets (Short Story) - 10/3/2003 7:06:41 AM
Creative and warm with a message open and hidden. All can learn form this story. Walt

Boo Bear's New Pockets (Short Story) - 8/30/2002 6:54:08 AM
This is delightful. It is also wonderfully creative and bound to appeal to children. Nice job, Marion. Lou

Life is a Candle (Poetry) - 12/22/2006 5:41:04 PM
A reflective view of thought... nice write.....Art Sun...

Thanksgiving (Poetry) - 11/21/2006 4:51:14 PM
true indeed, loved the lines here very very nice thanks for sharing

Thanksgiving (Poetry) - 11/19/2006 9:33:42 PM
Indeed. I never get tired of looking at it. Happy Thanksgiving from West Virginia.

Thanksgiving (Poetry) - 11/19/2006 6:17:43 AM
Nice write...I loved the line to memorized God's use of crayons. Nice imagery. Blessings from Kentucky, Joyce Bowling

An Italian Sonnet for Sarah (Poetry) - 9/17/2006 2:46:37 PM
You might want to fix Good Bood up there. It's an interesting poem, and tells a striking story.

Life is a Candle (Poetry) - 9/17/2006 2:44:55 PM
Very nice. Very nice indeed. Very true as well.

An Italian Sonnet for Sarah (Poetry) - 5/18/2005 1:23:38 PM
Isn't it funny how we humans, who ALL share the same hopes and aspirations, joys and sorrows, elations and disappointments, must continously waste so much energy and blood trying to force others to do what we think they should do... and isn't it funny how much we all use religious beliefs to justify that cause...? But, in the end, only the little stones survive as mute testament to our blood-red hubris... Nicely put, Marion... nicely put... Doc

I Know a Woman (Poetry) - 5/18/2005 1:15:18 PM
This is curiously melancholic and introspective, but SO true. I often find myself buying flowers, or chocolates (those real expensive ones which flow in one's mouth) and just kinda leave 'em lying around, sometimes with a bit of verse, almost incidentally... then I hide, watch, and enjoy the resultant smiles...! How too often it is, that we fail in our duty (yes, duty!) to do sundry little things to let others know we really appreciate that they are always there for us... Doc

Life is a Candle (Poetry) - 5/18/2005 1:02:45 PM
Sweet, short, and to-the-point! I would have screwed it up by making it twice (or thrice) as long. Nice! Doc

Life is a Candle (Poetry) - 3/6/2005 3:52:03 AM
very nice

Life is a Candle (Poetry) - 1/16/2004 5:00:49 PM
Life is so precious, thanks for the reminder. God Bless You and Your Loved Ones Officer William Heffner

An Italian Sonnet for Sarah (Poetry) - 11/23/2003 10:40:48 PM
This was a very good piece... God Bless ~Michelle~

Life is a Candle (Poetry) - 9/29/2003 7:02:58 AM
Short...and well written to the point, Marion. I have buried two children, so I understand completely the loss of your son. Interestingly, your poem recalls an Old Testament scripture: "This life is but a shadow that disappears when the light comes." Ah, how very temporary is this life: would that the world could comprehend its nature and purpose. Keep up the good writing and, when you have time, check out my latest contribution to A/D: "The Ice Princess." Love in Christ~~ Bonnie Q Unicorn Haven

I Know a Woman (Poetry) - 9/2/2003 7:53:50 AM
Bravo. Good job.

I Know a Woman (Poetry) - 7/12/2003 9:03:02 PM
I like this very much Marion. Candida

Life is a Candle (Poetry) - 7/12/2003 9:01:35 PM
Very nice! Concise and very thoughtful. Candida

I Know a Woman (Poetry) - 5/31/2003 11:27:32 PM
Good Poem??? Very profound. I can relate.

I Know a Woman (Poetry) - 5/27/2003 3:35:58 PM
Intriguing, Good Write!

I Know a Woman (Poetry) - 5/27/2003 2:46:42 PM
Good poem.

I Know a Woman (Poetry) - 2/4/2003 4:27:26 PM
Interesting!..... Sandie Angel :o)

Life is a Candle (Poetry) - 8/30/2002 6:56:46 AM
Beautiful, short but filled with truth.

Life is a Candle (Poetry) - 8/16/2002 1:31:21 PM
Very good concise write, Marion. Amor

Life is a Candle (Poetry) - 8/16/2002 3:49:04 AM
Nice and short. Nice write! Sandie Angel :o) / May Lu $*_*$

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