|Reviewed by Liana Margiva
|EXCELLENT!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva|
|Reviewed by Peter Paton
|Search on Sir Richard, because the search is never over until it is over.
A man can remain young throughout his life by being true to himself and using his own subconscious to make time stand still.
Do not neglect the search, that is what life is all about.
So mote it be.
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|Rich, how did I miss this one, it is so, I don't know maybe its me, maybe its not but damn you have caught this person in the midst of HIS fog and brought to him or me(?), some light...thank you for this one that I actually "get", surprisingly enough is it not...glad I ran across this one this morning...-e-|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|You have shared your wisdom with verses that flow like a gently yet purposeful stream. Thank you, Richard. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by CHANTI LACE
|wonderful writing.. nice to read you again...|
|Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger
You have beset the man of solemn heart.
Well written and enjoyable to read twice more.
Lady Mary Ann
|Reviewed by jude forese
|excellent, Richard ... sagacious & well written ... we become ageless from discovery ...|
|Reviewed by Edward Phillips
|Beautifully crafted, wonderful cadence, poignant message, a joy to read and contemplate. I just hope I can remember all the reasons why this poem excels.
|Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
|The harsh reality is life is mundane at times. It has it's grind. There is real truth in work hard play hard. It takes a lot to keep the good dreams kindled. Like this write very much.|
|Reviewed by Jeff Mason
|Nicely-crafted memoir... self-portrait? The words, I mean; not the graphic. No... I saw your deflective description, but I think we always taint our writing with a bit (or a lot) of our...selves. Without a piece of oneself in the writing, the piece has less depth; less truth; less reality. I truly enjoy your insights, Richard, and your talent(s). -- Jeff|
|Reviewed by Jansen Estrup
|'Still searching' is a state of being, a place, a destination. Of the seven cardinal points, North, South, East, West, Up and Down, Where You Stand marks the progress along that journey. Yours seems to have been, is, and will be a song worth singing.|
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|So deeply introspective and wonderfully delivered. A poignant truth for so many in artistic endeavors when the world rewards luck, brashness, conniving, and boring repetition.
|Reviewed by Odin Roark
|From one "kindred" to another, this work proffers solutions to the often imponderable quest to break away from the web of delusion in order to discover that reality, and the acceptance of it, is a harsh pill to take for many, especially those of us needing to make sense out of so much nonsense that bombards our consciousness. Sometimes only our imagination can save us. A winding path you've chosen as structure, one with many vistas to peruse as we wander. Very enjoyable journey.|
|Reviewed by Mor Inchrory
It’s a shame I could not afford a headstone big enough, this could easily be my epitaph.
Any chance of doing something similar in the fifty quid department.