|Reviewed by J Howard
|i do not often read poetry. i am so glad that i read yours. this poem is lovely, really lovely.
thanks for sharing,
|Reviewed by Lois Christensen
|This poem brings my husband and his love back to me. He died on Aug 17 07 and is truly missed each day. I know I will meet him again some day in heaven. He truly loved colors and things and guess he is enjoying them up there now very much so. Lois|
|Reviewed by Darrell and Kathy Adams
|Simple and elegant, much like a flower. Just lovely.
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|How beautifully put!|
|Reviewed by Jay Squires
|A well-crafted and deeply felt piece. You don't skip along the surface of Love, you submerge and come up with its essence. Your last two lines are a couplet worthy of Alexander Pope. It is a handle to carry the rest of the poem in one's mind. Marvelous!|
|Reviewed by Linda Pannett (Reader)
Beautiful picture and such beautiful heartfelt words. The words just sing.
|Reviewed by Linda Alexander
|Doug: Very beautiful, heartfelt. And touching.
Where'd the picture come from? Did you take it?
|Reviewed by Terry Vinson
You are obviously a talented wordsmith that writes from the heart. Thanks for the invite.... as usual, it was time VERY well spent.
|Reviewed by Carolyn Red Bear (The Bear Paw)
|A secret this flower of love does hide,
hidden away, deep inside.
And that is its power, latent and strong,
“forever” is its answer when asked, “how long?”
I love those kinds of secrets.... thank you for sharing such romantic words....
|Reviewed by Sherry Gibson
Whoa, had no idea you were such a romantic my friend! Such a good poem! The picture is the perfect background setting for words that flow so smoothly. Can't wait to see what you come up with next. Excellent work my freind.
Only a Game
|Reviewed by Brittany Renée
|<gasp and claps!!> That's so precious, Doug! I love it. I love the effects of the bold italics on, 'forever'. That's sooo wonderful. Nice poem. Refreshing.