Matt Griffin3 minutes ago
I like the use of charity and kindness is world so despair
Great use of description
Jair Massiah2 minutes ago
Lovely words used to describe this character Rosy. Is she human, goddess or flower? The poet paints it wonderfully and leaves it up to the interpretation of the reader. There are a few grammatical errors, but that is easily fixed! ;)
Richard Schwartz2 hours ago
Interesting as always. The Mehta miracle vision.
It is garden- God waters his plants.
Ah...yes, I see and I believe too-
The truth of this miracle is simply before us.
Thank you my Lord for all your blessings and vision.
I do see the rain.
The song writer J.C. Fogerty wrote of this miracle
and asked the question.. I want to know have you
ever seen the rain? and he did exclaim furthet
coming down in love again! . You just might want to have
a listen Misseur Mehta. Happy listening! . You will enjoy...
John Ravenscroft8 hours ago
Hasmukh, well done! !
Melissa Carroll8 hours ago
I love the flow. I am especially drawn to the lines, if we are in this beautiful world, nothing should be told, it has to be observed, if we feel it is deserved. For me that means that everything is beautiful, not just the things that society believes deserve to be called beautiful. I could be entirely off base here in meaning, but that's what reached out and grabbed me and what I took from it.
Everything happens for a reason and it should be embraced rather than fought
Suzanne Hartman Johnson2 minutes ago
I like it. Its light and fluffy.. check out some of mine...
Good to know
Dumka Vincent6 minutes ago
I feel your passion
A poem about writing, why people write and the enjoyment of writing, which as he describes is natural.
Joshua FordLess than a minute ago
' I write' is a simple poem with a clear meaning, describing how natural poetry is to him, comparing to being a part of him as his body. There are five stanzas with four lines each and there is a near rhyming pattern of a, a, b, b, which gives the poem structure. At times i feel like he has forced words in to fit, or either chosen words merely on their accessibility to the poem, than the actual creative and moral effect. At times it loses interest and is hard to understand. The imagery is very good, using metaphors to get the message it across. The poem was good and the meaning was very clear. :)
Subhashchandra Adhav10 hours ago
Reflect ignorance with nature's relation- - - - - -I feel this is conveniently adopted or accepted ignorance in the name of progress and sometimes ignored ignorance for the sake of development with nature's as well as human relation too- - - - - - -I fully subscribe to the views of the poet- - - - - -
Very thought provoking and insightful piece of work- - - - - Great job done.
Re: Wisdom to be wise (Score: 1)
by zbird on Wednesday, July 16,2014 (12: 24: 52)
if only the world leaders would listen to your words and at least hear that last verse. too much hatred and fighting and death when all we want is peace.