Sunday, November 13, 2011

Desert Rose Comments

Rating: 4.6

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Bring the lost back to the right path
Desert rose with the silence voice

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Unwritten Soul
COMMENTS
Kesav Easwaran 05 February 2020

Desert Rose. A great metaphor. Of hope and illusion both. Great write. Much poetic 10+

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Mj Lemon 04 July 2019

After revisiting this verse, Soul, I get another image. Perhaps Rose is a name...Desert Rose, a biker, traveling across country, back and forth, over a lifetime. First Rose becomes an acquaintance, a companion. Over time, the petals fade...Rose becomes a memory, and ultimately a legend. Magnificent work, Soul.

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Kumarmani Mahakul 23 May 2019

Fragrance soul cant be defeated, killed in any way....most important line in this poem. It is really a marvelous poem wisely delineated.

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Richard Wlodarski 22 August 2017

Soul, your distinguished colleagues have said it all. So there's nothing left to be said. Except maybe: Wow! And Wow Again! ! Also, your totally magnificent poem has inspired me to write Unwritten Soul. Hope you like it.

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Unwritten Soul 23 August 2017

Thanks for your poem, i really enjoyed it...and the gentle heart that you poured on this comment is always be my treasure, every friend they are kind enough but you also not exemption...blessed with people surround me, May God bless all of you my dear friends (thats including you my dear Richard Wlodarski)

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Captain Cur 03 August 2017

The qualities of the desert rose as it pertains to our lives is stunningly depicted in your words. To learn from the unselfish nature of this flower through your keen and detailed observations skills can be balm to many wounded hearts.

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Unwritten Soul 23 August 2017

Words from Captain, it makes me happy whatever it is because you always be kind to me hahahaha...let we be happy all the time by learning from nature...because we part of it... Thanks Captain Cur!

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Kumarmani Mahakul 02 August 2017

It is a marvelous metaphorical poem based on philosophy where we have to get a lesson from a desert rose. Desert rose, the nature guidance of life facing the mirages and lot of illusion, teaches us to stand against the hindrance of life. It may be quoted some lines..... no matter what you give to them, the smell of fragrance cant be killed by sword, and the smell is the spirit...devotee for better life Once again, nature taught me about life...Rose symbol of beauty and fumes we must be soft but not easily broken, if broken revive the new hope.. We should be soft but not to break easily. Gratitude for sharing this gem... 10/10

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Unwritten Soul 23 August 2017

Thank you dear for your kind reply and to really find my words in my deserted lengthy poem hahaha Thanks a lot!

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Mj Lemon 09 June 2017

Magnificent work, Soul. The rose can be the metaphor for the one, the individual, the person. CAn the sand be the metaphor for the many- -the crowd, the mob, the unresponsive elements of humanity that often surround the sentient being? That one rose, standing aside, standing alone, may be teh one that offers hope, strength, and resolve. This is a terrific poem, Soul.

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Unwritten Soul 10 June 2017

My humble thank you to you dear, your words are kind and a bless like rain in desert..Yes that's the meaning i wanted to tell, although i always worry that readers may not understand that but when you say it all, i feel relief because i am not born to be a good writer, i just a dreamer, love to think and to share...it is a long poem and you go through it...Thanks dear, i sincerly appreciate it, each of your kindness to me :)

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Rebecca Navarre 03 November 2016

Oh My Goodness! ! ! ! ! I Don't Know Where To Began! ! ! Except What A Wonderously Beautiful Poem! ! ! ! ! Beautifully Written! ! ! ! So Moving! ! ! Love Thoughts And Feelings! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! And The Wonderful Description! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Thank You Sooo Dearly For Sharing! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 10s! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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Sharron Stephenson 02 August 2016

this poem has made the tears roll down my face really enjoyed reading it

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Unwritten Soul 02 August 2016

Awww thank you Sharron for your sweet words, wipe the tears and move life to it fullest mode

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A rich reflection of a rose that surges with the splendor of succes that swims through the swamp. Well done my friend.

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Richard Jarboe 02 July 2016

Dandelions are taproots. Taproot motto: You can rip us up but you can't get rid of us. Good job, ric

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Richard Jarboe 16 June 2016

Roses turn to garbage and garbage turns to roses. Good job, ric

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Richard Jarboe 16 June 2016

Strong image understanding of the nature of our existence. Good work, ric

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Christopher Tye 24 May 2016

Wonderful work, you can almost smell the scent of the Desert rose in the air.

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Unwritten Soul 24 May 2016

Thank you Christopher, the scent is never there but in your kind mind...thank you :)

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Tom Billsborough 22 May 2016

A marvellous sequence of images centred on the Desert Rose. I can't think of a better poem than this on the site, unless one of your own. maybe your name means Desert Rose. Tom billsborough

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Unwritten Soul 24 May 2016

Thank you Tom for your sweeeeet sweet honey encouraging words....made me happy...

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Dev Anand 15 March 2016

Beautifuil poem. wonderful imagination. dev

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Simone Inez Harriman 21 February 2016

Absolutely stunning....I could see and feel the spirit....10+++

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Kewayne Wadley 17 February 2016

The night seems brighter by your whispering melody Lullabying desert with sweet enchanting fragrance Lay in frozen curse, stay strong to stand all night long Lovely written! Strong show of emotion. KW

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Words' Knight 25 August 2014

Beautiful. I t intrests the brain and the imagination.

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Heather Wilkins 30 July 2013

a good metaphor. enjoyed the read. if broken revive the new hope

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