Comments For The old Drive-in! by phil nelson

Super! I felt I know the author by the great descriptive words/phrases!

I can relate to this easily.

Good meter, graceful rhyming pattern, and a good mental image of decades past.

This one has universal appeal.

Comments For The Lone Ranger by RichardFann

Adventurous exciting write. lj

Heartfelt remembrance and regrets.
Great poetic work and positive encouragement.

Thank you for writing something about the native American Indians... Finally...

Comments For The Giggling Runaway by Elizabeth Grey

The only reason I can really call up is I was told when I was 18-months old, my mother took me to a meeting at a friend's house, and I ran away with a little boy, about the same age as myself, who was there. It just struck such a chord.

Comments For Chochee Remembers the Good Old Days by gmartinez247

Remembers the good old days just put in perspective how good it was back then - the respect the honor the good in people - a time I reflect back on and miss dearly compared to this world today

From our own Sandra Leon-Gonzalez:

Introducing Life Through Poetry and Art. Enjoy poetry reflecting the highs and lows of life, but ultimately seeing the light in every situation.

Having experienced tough challenges and learning to bounce back from life’s inevitable setbacks, she desires to share hopefulness, even when it seems that all is lost.

These poems are about a life’s journey through self-evaluation, seeing oneself in a positive space while asserting self-empowerment, growth and acceptance of the “new you”. The author also points out that it is important to identify negative energy, deflect them in their path, and forge ahead to the best part of oneself while embracing the beauty of art and poetry.

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The Soul That Had No Name
A poem about how if you don't wise up the caverns await.