|Reviewed by JMS Bell
|LOVE THE REFLECTION; WAS THIS THEN THE DOORWAY TO NOWHERE OR WAS IT FROM NOWHERE I HAD ALREADY COME? I GUESS IT WAS BOTH, BUD...'CAUSE NOWHERE, LEADS TO SOMEWHERE, THAT BECOMES...NOW. WELL DONE AND ENJOYED. THANKS FOR SHARING. LOVE, BLESSINGS AND FAITH...JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS|
|Reviewed by Sandy Hoynacki (Reader)
|I can surely place with this one.. a few travels back, I wrote a bit of prose titled 'The Door In The Tree'. I like the thought-fields in this one....|
|Reviewed by Valerie Caramella
|I like this! And,the picture too makes it a perfect fit. ~Valerie~|
|Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley
|"Through the wardrobe." If you were only to take one step through it where would "Nowhere" take you? Do you stand back and look in awe and wonder, or do you take that step... As the curiosity of a child that resides within us take that step to see where it leads you. There is much to be discovered on the other side. :)
Beautiful Budd, thank you for letting the imagination take us "somewhere"
Love and Light
|Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
|giggle....very cute write, Budd....you have a new fan!
|Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
|oh this is mind magic!
love the poetic visual
& too the image is wild!
Doorways To Everywhere
& Anywhere :)
|Reviewed by Linda Hill
I guess the door could lead anywhere you want it too, Budd. Creative poetry, enjoyed!
|Reviewed by Diana Wiles
|Intriguing...I like Fee's suggestion of a portal to a parallel world...
|Reviewed by Clarence Prince
|A funny poem! I'm in agreement with Ron Hull on this, when lost in a nowhere, there's no right way to turn, Budd!|
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|An interesting thought. When one is lost in the woods, the doorway to nowhere is very obvious. Regardless of which way you turn it takes you to nowhere. When I'm in the woods, I prefer not to get lost.
|Reviewed by Asa Seeley
|last standing structure of a 'underground railroad'...maybe? thanks for share
|Reviewed by John Domino
|Enchanting and interesting piece of writing! The fly in the woods knows...|
|Reviewed by Odin Roark
|...Or was it forward? You leave the reader with choices here, allowing the examination of one's own trekking through a life span that for some never introduces these surreal epiphanies. Thank you for the discovery.|
|Reviewed by Richard King
|I'm guessing it's the remnants of some ancient deer murder's "blind." Dick|
|Reviewed by Donna Chandler
|Interesting and intriguing. There must be some history to that door - oh, the stories it could tell of days gone by.
|Reviewed by Laura Fall
|A fascinating write that leaves the reader in suspense of what lies beyond the door great poem indeed Laura
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
|Quite the mystery, Bud. If the doors were a part of a structure, there would be some evidence of it. Strange. I'd've loved to have walked up on something like that. There picture is fodder for a novel. Truly and I will keep it in the back of my thoughts and make a few notes. Their may be a place in the novel I'm writing, "The Late Great God" for the doors, only they will have to be transferred to southern Arizona in the desert.|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Leaves the reader wanting to know more about the door and about the man who found it. Did you consider walking through it...maybe a portal to a parallel world..
|Reviewed by John Flanagan
|palpable sense of emptiness and abandon,
and words match visual to the nth;
where are we, where do we go, if anywhere at all?
fine rendering, Budd, fine indeed