|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by Alison McKenzie on 09/09/04 at 11:03 PM|
Sad and true, and aptly put, Anne.
|Posted by JD Clay on 09/10/04 at 02:05 AM|
Something tells me there is more to this laconic poem than meets the eye. Perhaps the marvel sought, hides beneath the proverbial leaves. You've stirred my imagination, Anne...pe4ce
|Posted by Rula Shin on 09/10/04 at 09:06 PM|
Truly we are beyond help, but perhaps I'm just a pessimist. Beautifully said dear Anne.
|Posted by David R Spellman on 09/10/04 at 11:02 PM|
Sadly true and succintly said Anne.
|Posted by Thomas K. Hunt on 09/10/04 at 11:25 PM|
outstanding imagery and very thought provoking...well done
|Posted by Kenneth Lau on 09/11/04 at 03:31 AM|
I like the second part the best. Mostly because I'm a weeping willow FREAK. I don't really understand how the two parts are connected...but it has my gears turning!
|Posted by Mike Loftis on 09/12/04 at 03:17 PM|
Interesting piece Anne. It's one that is open to the reader to define I think.
|Posted by Leonard M Hawkes on 09/13/04 at 05:20 AM|
Ja, het is zo.