Adryan Rotica


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  • Theodora Onken (9/15/2005 12:43:00 AM)

    Great stuff as usuaual! You don't seem to be writing as much as you once did. Hope that it is not the dreaded writer block...I love your work!
    Theodora Onken

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  • earyt etr (6/2/2005 5:12:00 PM)

    I would like to thank you, Addrienne, for writing here. I have learned new things from your poetry. I am deeply amazed at the depth of your poetry, and even now am striving to acheive it with my own poetry. I have but one question, at least one answerable one, anyway. How do you get the Copyright on your poems? I would like to know, if you will please message me. Thank you! !

  • Amberlee Carter (3/25/2005 1:28:00 PM)

    Adrienne Barnathan writes poetry as it should be, raw, charged and packed with imagery to move the human heart.
    By far one of the best poets on Poem Hunter.

  • Darrell Rohling (11/27/2004 9:14:00 PM)

    Adrienne,
    I just read three of your poems for the first time. Very cool! I felt nostalgia rise in me as I did, in the simple sublimity of the images you create. I look forward to reading more...thanks.

    Darrell

  • Lenchen Elf (11/27/2004 7:44:00 PM)

    Hello Adrienne
    I've just come to explore your work, I love the diversity and expressiveness, very enjoyable indeed.
    all the best
    L

  • Robert Rorabeck (11/17/2004 8:20:00 PM)

    Adrienne:

    I just read close to 40 of your poems- i loved many of them and left a lot of comments- i really appreciate your comments on my own stuff- its pretty cool to have someone living in australia read your stuff. Your poems are great- many created new images and senses for me, which is the very most i can get from poetry. i hope you keep writing madly.

    sincerely,
    rob

Best Poem of Adryan Rotica

Aging Gracefully

If age is a state of mind-
my mind
is in a terrible state

Read the full of Aging Gracefully

Sunday's Child

Sunday's child is always praying
for the right thing to come
what she can't see, is the truth
inside of her
not something else

Sunday's child is always praying
for someone else to come
what she can't see, is the source

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