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The Different Faces Of Love


Love has many faces, even those unseen

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Comment by
Asem.inspirations
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Rating of Chapter 22 -
This Face
I hate it sooooooo much that we only get sis of the six stars. We should get a few ten stars for the poems that deserve such. This poem, this poem, this poem, ooooooooooohhhhhh my dear Mentor,Sir.

My heart aches as I read this heartbreaking tale of an abused child. My heart feels so hurt at this knowledge. You are so strong and so admired and loved, my dear. My agape love is full for you and that pain, no child ever deserved or deserves. This poem starts off from the very beginning with a BOOM and it keeps on going. At first I was writing down lines and stanzas to mark as the greatest. I would've re-copied this whole poem so it is unnecessary to choose any of it. It is all soooooo magnificent and fabulous, striking as it grabs the heart and keeps hold of it in a twisting way. I will never, ever forget this poem and I want to own it. Please tell my immediately when you finally publish these masterpieces.

You are so brilliantly a genius - sweet soul.....You are MARVELOUS!


 Comment Written 15-Dec-2017



reply by the author on 15-Dec-2017
    Thank you dear T, so loved your words here, for we share much in different ways. thank you so much.
    Wishing you a lovely weekend, and thanks for going back to this.
    RG
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Margaret Ford
 
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Rating of Chapter 27 -
Rain
Hi, RGstar. I was nosing around in your 'stuff' and found this. It's so-o-o beautiful. Really magnificent. I read it three times, now, and it just gets better and better. What images and moods you conjure up for your readers. Lucky me, to have found this; I'm going to bookcase it, so I can read it many times. You have so much talent -- Margaret


 Comment Written 28-May-2017



reply by the author on 30-May-2017
    Ha,ha. Oh, Margaret, of all my poems, you find my favorite, along with ''falling Leaves''

    I love rain, and sometime listen as if I did not write it. Reminds a little of own Mother who passed away from Cancer.
    Thank you.
    My best wishes.
    RG
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Rating of Chapter 22 -
This Face
This is a 5.9-star poem. I am not the 'last word' in grammar by any means, but we have a lot of English teachers and professors on this site who could tell you for sure. I think when you use
either, you use or, you use neither (which you have) you use 'nor'.
If I'm wrong I'd be o so happy to correct my review.
GoodHearted Woman


 Comment Written 01-Apr-2017



reply by the author on 01-Apr-2017
    You are quite correct, that is the rule that I follow closely, but with poetry, nor is often used without neither, rathe the old colloquial or better said, Elizabethan aspect of it, so good for poetry, but not for essay writing.
    Thank you so much for somehow finding this...remarkable how you did for it holds me nearer than most as actual for good reason.
    My best wishes, and thank you.
    RGstar

reply by GoodHearted Woman on 01-Apr-2017
    There is no place to change that I can see. GHW

reply by Anonymous Member on 14-Apr-2017
    There is no place to change that I can see. GHW
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Rating of Chapter 11 -
If the Sea was She
I enjoyed the references to the Blur Marlin and Siren.
Great flow and feeling.
Beautifully written and crafted.
One of the very best that I have read here.
Incredible write.


 Comment Written 13-Jul-2016



reply by the author on 23-Jul-2016
    Sorry for the late response. I have been away...trying to ease back gradually with much to do. Thank you so much for going to find these, so happy for your response.
    Please have a lovely day, author.
    Best wishes,
    RGstar

reply by poetbear on 23-Jul-2016
    My pleasure.

    Pb
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Rating of Chapter 24 -
A Primrose Path (Maureen Napier)
Wish I had ten stars.
Poetic precision and a masterful write.
What an incredible compliment to Maureen.
Reads and flows well.
Incredible.


 Comment Written 13-Jul-2016



reply by the author on 23-Jul-2016
    This was a special poem for me to a great author, her work is effortless and mesmerizing. I pray we hear from her soon...I shall check the forums.
    You have made my day going back to this as I also listened once more because of your review.
    Thank you so much.
    My best wishes,
    Have a great day.
    RGstar

reply by poetbear on 23-Jul-2016
    My pleasure.
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ciliverde
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Rating of Chapter 16 -
Oh, Wild Forest, Wild
Well, I'm speechless. The first stanza, especially, feels like my childhood come to life. I loved the idea of magic in the forest - and I did have a very wild forest to walk in - and I dreamed hard of meeting elves and fairies there.
I love how you bring music into so many of your poems. But the words are musical too - the swish of fox's tail, eagle flying the moon, the sandman with pockets full of jade. Each image feels tangible.
I love this. I know I can learn a lot from reading your work, I'm glad to finally explore your portfolio.
Carol


 Comment Written 08-Feb-2016



reply by the author on 08-Feb-2016
    Thank you so much.Ha,ha. I am so pleased you enjoy the poems there.
    Yes, this was my first poem of the month, not long after joining.

    I have never edited them, I shall be re-writing areas of the book and adding new poems so good enough for publication.

    Best wishes,
    RG
    Thank you so much.
    Have a great day.
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ciliverde
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Rating of Chapter 9 -
Sanctuary
Condemned to scars you secretly share...this speaks volumes. The other woman knows what the abused one suffers, she feels it on a base level, yet allows her husband to pull her back. Cowering in...what? Not a time to "mind your own business".
Very powerful, terrifyingly well-depicted descriptions.
Carol
PS. Sidetracked again!


 Comment Written 08-Feb-2016



reply by the author on 08-Feb-2016
    Yes, Carol...this was deep, This will be edited and re-written up tp scratch when I find a publisher.
    Thank you for visiting.
    Best wishes,
    Rg
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Rating of Chapter 7 -
Red Tulips
My dear Roy, this is simply amazing...a modern style but Shakespearean in tone...which I felt before knowing that line came from Macbeth.
I'm on the lookout for your other poem but stopped to read this one. It'd shockingly beautiful. You have great talent, my friend.
Carol


 Comment Written 08-Feb-2016



reply by the author on 08-Feb-2016
    This was the only free verse I wrote, but needs trimming and fixing....I could release again after work done with it.

    I am so happy you liked it.
    My best to you.
    Thank you for your support, for it means much.

    RG
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writeapoem
 
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Rating of Chapter 22 -
This Face
Another great work of the mind RGSTAR. A wonderful setting for the young coming out of the wilderness to present time of an adult. The image great to describe the face, and expression of God's grace in your life. Well deserving of the prize and in my eyes worth six stars. All the best


 Comment Written 19-Jan-2016



reply by the author on 20-Jan-2016
    Thank you so much going back to this one. I appreciate it very much.
    Thanks for the super six. This was my only real personal poem I shared.
    Best wishes
    RGstar

reply by writeapoem on 20-Jan-2016
    Welcome worth my reading
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Rating of Chapter 28 -
'Heaven Can Wait' (Rain, part two)
This is a beautiful poem, this really resonates with me because I recently lost my adopted mom. While the entire poem is written very well, the third and fourth verses are my favorite. There is a lot of imagery in the words you chose...I thoroughly enjoyed it.


 Comment Written 29-Sep-2015



reply by the author on 29-Sep-2015
    Thank you,Syrhey, but this was rain part two, ....'' Rain'' is the one you should read as this one just follows it.
    #But mighty glad you looked in on this.
    Best wishes,
    RG
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