|Reviewed by jude forese
|it would seem her honey is not sweet enough to appease his sadness ...|
|Reviewed by J M
|In this, short and yet profound observation of human lives you capture two unique views and emotions of life. The perception is outstanding the busy bees hive offers a small warning of split infinity. Well captured and scribed Poet Debashish!
|Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson
Happy to read you again...
|Reviewed by Susan Sonnen
|I keep reading this over and over...wonderful imagery!
|Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
|A refreshing and profound write...wonderful imagery within. Enjoyed this very much. Penned well!
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|Excellent little number you have penned, Debs; well done!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in America, Karen Lynn in Texas. :D
|Reviewed by Kate Burnside
|So refreshing to read you again, Debs... and what confidence to drop by with 21 words! All meaningful and none wasted. Very concrete, and a paradox to the title. The fancy footwork of bees can perhaps become very tiring for the beekeeper whose whistle wanes after having whistled long into a dappled wind. An impressionistic response, but there you go! :)) Wrote recently on the Language of Stone - reminds me somehow of my thoughts on the "inference of marble"... I'm very fond of your bee/honey writes... TY Kate xx|
|Reviewed by Chanti Niven
|Those first few lines are intriguing. The last, enigmatic. Meaning will be ascribed subjectively by the reader. A good write!
|Reviewed by William DeVault
|there is something profound and fun here...I must think...I must think...|
|Reviewed by Kate Clifford
|It is amazing how unaware we can be when we are so aware.......