|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by Jack Lanier on 06/18/03 at 08:02 PM|
A great deal said here, Anne. Great work!!...Jack;)
|Posted by Maryellen Lebeda-Parra on 06/18/03 at 09:15 PM|
does have a nice positive feel and perspective! YEAH ANNE!
|Posted by Charles J Hannan on 06/19/03 at 12:44 AM|
Anne, you couldn't have said it any better!...MUAHS!!!
|Posted by Rommel Cruz on 06/19/03 at 01:11 AM|
ouch and hurray
|Posted by Chris Sorrenti on 06/19/03 at 01:09 PM|
Rebirth takes on a whole new meaning with this one Anne.
|Posted by Mara Meade on 06/19/03 at 01:23 PM|
Incredible imagery, Anne. Of course, you've got me breathing in Lamaze Stage Two at the literal (eeeyikes) but gads, the pain is endured for something better to come from it.
|Posted by David R Spellman on 06/19/03 at 02:19 PM|
Lots said in these lines Anne - superbly expressed!
|Posted by Betania Tesch on 06/19/03 at 10:30 PM|
the simplicity speaks volumes....what can hurt a woman more than tearing open her womb?
|Posted by Charles E Minshall on 06/21/03 at 05:44 AM|
Short an to the point....Charlie
|Posted by JD Clay on 06/21/03 at 08:10 PM|
Good use of time and space here, Anne.
|Posted by Max Bouillet on 06/25/03 at 04:18 PM|
Beautifully compact and deep. So few words can say so much. Thanks for sharing.
|Posted by Philip F De Pinto on 07/05/03 at 12:07 PM|
SUCH BRIEF WORDS HOLDING ETERNALLY CAPTIVE, THE HEART.
|Posted by Glenn Currier on 07/05/03 at 07:00 PM|
A superb Haiku to remember. Especially love the second line... and hope the last is prophetic. Excellent, Anne. Thanks for this sterling gift.
|Posted by Don Coffman on 07/25/03 at 09:03 AM|
Amazing how a few words can say so much when a skillful poet is at work. Good stuff.
|Posted by Rula Shin on 03/31/04 at 08:12 PM|
WOW Anne...powerful stuff...the imagery, the PAIN you evoke with your word choices is so achingly present, "Unsedated...A caesarean,"
and the rebirth so vividly emerging from the pain, "Unsedated pain...divorce...rebirth." This is wonderful wonderful! Truly a Haiku with a lesson to learn...rebirth is in the dying...and hope is in the rebirth...I really enjoyed this as I have ALL the works I've read by you. EXCELLENT! :-)
|Posted by Morgan D Hafele on 02/23/11 at 11:29 PM|
what a write! so much in so little. very powerful!