|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by David R Spellman on 01/29/04 at 07:38 PM|
This is excellent! Loved the interplay of changing seasons and fickle nature... clever for sure!
|Posted by Rula Shin on 01/30/04 at 07:59 PM|
Wow, this is such a great poem. Very simple but full of meaning. I really love how the last two lines relate directly to the title, "the weather of your words...[and] i haven't learned to dress in layers yet" - wonderful reference! I really like this :-)
|Posted by Mary Ellen Smith on 06/15/04 at 10:47 PM|
Whew! Creative and clever! I love the way the title sets up the poem...perfect!!!
|Posted by Kristina Woodhill on 10/12/07 at 02:44 PM|
A fine seasonal POTD! Congrats!
|Posted by George Hoerner on 10/12/07 at 03:35 PM|
This is one the best POTD's that I have seen. Congratulations.
|Posted by Bethany Lee on 10/12/07 at 04:50 PM|
Brilliant! Congrats on PotD! Bravo!
|Posted by Trisha De Gracia on 10/12/07 at 05:52 PM|
Congrats of on poem of the day! I love the phrase/idea this focuses on. Beautifully put.
|Posted by Richard Vince on 10/12/07 at 08:02 PM|
perfect. a great choice for POTD. congratulations. :)
|Posted by Kathleen Wilson on 10/12/07 at 08:20 PM|
I love the "fickle"ness -- and the 'whether' (unsureness) implied in "weather"-- the linking of weather and words is especially rich and beautiful to me... and "layers" --another, both linguistic and seasonal reference as meanings, temperatures, and relationship unfolds. The kind of changing and adaptation, so hard to keep up with-- has a tangible, living quality here.
|Posted by Mo Couts on 07/03/11 at 02:47 AM|
WOW! Not only is it clever, it packs a message AND a punch. Definitely a fave.