Comments For The Time Master by rspoet


Comments For Love's Melody by MissMerri

This poem tells a story of creating in a special place(which all of us need), personal loss(and that empty feeling), and a marvelous recovery that gladened my heart

Comments For Truthful Pondering by kiwigirl2821

It is excellent

Obvious that this writer feels things and sees life realistically and from a point of truth. Excellence in all ways even though there are so many brilliant pieces of writing to choose from. This one did it for me. mj

In one word--'AWESOME'! Commendably penned, professionally presented, and like a magnet. It has a powerful attraction, and holds your attention from start to finish. JF

Comments For The Peacock and the Cargo Ship by Gloria ....

So gorgeous and unique in style. A true gem.

As beautiful a piece as I've ever read.

Exceptional is an understatement. This is so lovely and touching.

Comments For Maypole in the wind by YNWA

...a stunning capture of a moment in time that reveals the resilient stuff of which people are made.

Comments For Sunset Gal by MercurySeven

So many excellent poems. It was a tough decision, but my vote goes to Mercury Seven for his 'blast from the past' type of write with Sunset Gal. It's a poem that I think we all can relate well to. A terrific poem!

One of the best...if not the best poet on this site...His poems are unique and full of original description and every poem he writes is imaginative. I loved this poem as it reminded me of my youth and surfer friends..The last lines are truly golden.

Farewell to a friend?truly poignant.

Comments For Stir by closetpoetjester

There are sooooo many entries

Comments For Marsh Marigold Magic by Mrs. KT

Beautiful testament with clear details and images.

Comments For Our Table by ScarletAffliction

It stirs so many different emotions, and is beautifully written. Using the kitchen table as a focus for the passage of time is such a wonderful idea - it gives this real-life story of loss and healing an extra dimension. Bravo!

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