Your comment on my poem ('Twas Not A Rose) was 'The doubt in the first verse gradually lifts and there is conviction in the last four lines that is very finely expressed. There is alternate rhyming in the first verse, then couplet rhyming in the second, the third verse has classic verse rhyming and the last verse passes off well though the rhyming scheme is odd. Very cleverly done! There is a hard thought that is softened by the sweetness of the words chosen and there is softness too that is hardened by the sharpness of the pen that is clever too. Good luck and god bless, regards, aryaindia.'
I'm still recovering from this delicious onslaught! ! !
Your inputs are very much appreciated. Onward ho!
Cheers & God bless.
There's peace and joy in knowing That love and truth so reign That joy and peace in sowing Momentum will just gain If we could all just mend our hearts Our minds and souls shall follow In reaping sown harvested joys Great hearts are far from hollow