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Review of Long Weekend  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | (4.5)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: What an emotion packed powerful poem and I can relate. You paint a visual very well. I can see this person you care for, torn by another lover that is more powerful than you.


What I liked most:
You're sorry for not staying longer
and thankful for my hospitality.
There are other things, too
but you don't say them.

I love the vision of the red suitcase and her swaying back and worth.





Suggestions for change: None




This writing made me feel: I see adult children coming over to our home smelling like booze. They have a teenager now and have found beer cans in his room. His Dad just home from the hospital, almost died from keto acidosis. They promise change, never seems to last. My words fall on deaf ears. We have another son in rehab after years of overdoses. I know exactly what you are talking about and you did it very well. Keep writing and stay safe.



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of Village life  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | (5.0)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: I love this poem. It goes right to the point of "stuff" and money don't give people happiness.


What I liked most: I can picture these people, living off their land and being content with their lives. No technology, talking to their neighbors and sharing love. This piece flows and is well written.




Suggestions for change: none




This writing made me feel: I remember a trip I took in PA, going into a Quaker community and feeling the peace and unity there. Many of their young go out into "the world" and then come back for the serenity they miss. Of course, any of us can make our lives simpler and happier. Nice writing, I enjoyed. Stay safe and creative.



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of belial's journal  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: ASR | (4.0)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: You really touch on a subject many will not go near. The possibility that some might be wrong is very frightening. This is a strong open minded poem of how many people hold up religion as the cure but when it doesn't work, they can blame those that question religion.

What I liked most: Your honesty is refreshing.
Love the following:

Your world is filled with blood and war,
do you even know what you're fighting for?
Dante's inferno, my own little ring,
the flames may burn but ignorance stings.
So explain your point, make it clear,
will I burned at the stake for your irrational fear?





Suggestions for change: The poem could flow a little better.




This writing made me feel: I do know exactly where you are coming from and people like us are few and mostly scorned. It isn't popular to question some things. Stay safe and creative.



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of No time  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | (4.5)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: This is an optimistic and yet realistic poem at a crucial time. I know myself that I spend more time than I ever have being anxious over what is going n in this world. The hourglass keeps turning and the clock's hands keep moving as my life is becoming shorter. I like the flow and the rhyming pattern also.


What I liked most: The hopeful note that you end on. Even during wars, soldiers played cards, laughed, and enjoyed friendships.




Suggestions for change:None




This writing made me feel: Like I should turn off the news and go for a walk around outside, enjoy the pleasures around us. Thanks and very good writing. Stay safe and creative.



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of Rain is gorgeous.  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | (5.0)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: I love this piece. It made me feel so alive and grateful. I love rain also; even the thunderstorms. The power of Mother Nature to let us know just how she is feeling is a wonderful fact of life. Water makes up 80% (I believe) of the human body.


What I liked most: I could use all of my senses reading this. I can feel the cold on my body, smell the musty earth, taste the rain, and hear the thunder. Of course the visuals are wonderful.




Suggestions for change: None




This writing made me feel: Alive and wondering the last time I actually walked in rain which I love. Tonight, I will open my bedroom window and listen, we are supposed to get showers. Stay safe and creative.



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | (4.5)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: I love this poem, there is so much emotion expressed in it. This is a tribute to your mother? Was she an artist? It sounds like she encouraged creativity and that is wonderful.


What I liked most:
You became a wilted flower, though helped us to bloom
Your hands crafted until your last breath,
Our hands will speak thy name with our crafts,
We mourn with tears with the pain in our heart

That is a really good visual of her becoming a wilted flower but had helped you to bloom with art. I also like the idea that with your art, her memory will live on.


Suggestions for change: None




This writing made me feel: It reminds me of my own Mom, she was a wonderful painter and it was something she started at age 66 after my Dad died. I was amazed. She died in 2003. Her paintings hang in my home.
You are a talented poet. Stay safe and creative.



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of Love IN Absentia  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | (5.0)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: There is nothing sadder than loving someone from afar when you had a happy relationship with them. At least with death, there is a closure. You expressed this perfectly in this poem.

What I liked most: The feeling is so strong it brought tears to my eyes. It brings back memories of a personal situation.




Suggestions for change:None




This writing made me feel: The pain of separation from someone you love is so intense and you captured that pain. You are such a talented writer. Stay safe and creative,



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of Quiet One  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | (5.0)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression:
A powerful poem that inspires women to find their true selves. I am old enough to be your Grandmother and we fought so hard for women's rights. You see many women using that to fulfill their dreams but many are just killing themselves to be everything to everyone.

What I liked most: This reminds me of Maya Angelo's "And I Rise" and I love that poem.




Suggestions for change: None




This writing made me feel: We, as women, are so strong and we can be everything that makes women special. Know your value. You are very talented and have far to go in your writing life, use it well. Keep writing.



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of Memories of Snow  
for entry "Today
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: 18+ | (4.5)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression:
This is a lovely poem. It seems to be written about taking one day at a time because we are not promised tomorrow. It flows well and I love the repetition in it using a different emotion or activity to achieve.

What I liked most: It is optimistic and we can certainly use that right now. You made me question how well I am doing in my own life with important actions and feelings.




Suggestions for change: None




This writing made me feel: Just thinking , I tend to dwell in the past as I grow older because I believe I was happier. Memories are never what reality is. We make them what we want. Very good read, stay creative, why not start today?




Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of You, creature.  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | (4.5)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: This is a very emotional poem. I hope if this is personal, you have found healing. I hope it is not. I can't imagine feeling so much anger at anyone. You really got that emotion across. I was angry for the person that had this experience.


What I liked most: It is always a compliment to an author when you make your reader feel emotions. This poem flows well. Very talented writing.




Suggestions for change: I do have a suggestion, I have been doing the following myself and it gives your writing more power. If you will read it to yourself out loud, you will find words that can be removed. For instance: That, If you take the word out and reread it, it sounds better.




This writing made me feel: Very upset for the character who is going through these feelings. Stay safe and creative.



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of Summer Haze  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | (4.5)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: This brings back memories of innocence as a child when a summer day was stress free. I don't even remember that word. I love the poem, the sweetness of it, the flow and rhyme.
I is a combination of my childhood in the 1960's and my kids in the 1980's. Both were very different then now.

What I liked most:
Backyard sprinklers and water hoses,
eye goggles and plugged up noses

Swing sets and hot slides,
freeze tag and seek-n-find

Peroxide bleaches and lemon spray,
flip flops and sunny days

Memories of joy, in the summer haze.




Suggestions for change: None




This writing made me feel: Nostalgic for those carefree days when school was out, eating cereal and going out to play, ride bikes, visit friends, no one locked doors, lighting bugs, days of joy. Thanks! Stay safe!

Kat



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of Love Me For Me  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | (4.5)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: This is a really well written poem that speaks to the heart. It also flows well and has a rhythm. The tears in the writer's voice are noted.


What I liked most: I can identify with this poem. This was my Mom and me. She has been gone for 18 years now and I was her primary caregiver for the last 10 years of her life but we never really healed that rift. I grew to accept that she would never acknowledge me for who I really was. You just have to make peace with yourself.

You shush me when I speak
in front of family and friends.
I'm no longer a child,
a woman grown, older than when
you had me.





Suggestions for change: None




This writing made me feel: I feel for anyone who has this problem with a parent. Over the years, looking at the whole picture, if you don't love yourself, you can't love others. Resentment isn't any way to live. This is an excellent read.



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of What If?  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: 18+ | (5.0)
I am in awe of how you framed this. A perfect example of what we might think we want but what we would actually get. A lot of people have no idea of the role that government plays in their everyday lives. It is why the wheels don't fall off with almost everything we are involved in. You have already covered all of this beautifully. We desperately need education in this country about government, history of all cultures, and economics. People that talk about socialism don't seem to realize that we already have democratic socialism and it works fairly well, Medicare is a good example. Thanks for the great read. I wish more people would read this, it is something that they could possibly visualize and compare to where we are today. We don't want to go down this road any further.
Stay safe and creative.

Kat
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Review of Average Joe  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: 13+ | (5.0)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: You make some excellent points in this piece. The idea of American Exceptionalism keeps popping into my mind. I find more reasons to disagree with that one these days as I read more and more about American history and what we have been fed.


What I liked most: I love that you bring up the point that people considered "exceptional" aren't more content, happier or more successful in life than an "average" person. I prefer average people myself, as we are all exceptional in some ways but basically still equal. What about the person that is born with. disabilities or acquires them?




Suggestions for change: None, well written, as usual.




This writing made me feel: Glad to be average- I love to read your opinion pieces because they are understandable and enlightening. Labels are a negative thing to put on people because it just pits them against each other. I wish we could hit some middle ground where everyone offers something special and we all need each other. Right now I am tired of the "genius", "unlike any other president", and "only I can do this, no one else can". I want average right now and well, you know what I mean. Love the Dylan reference. Stay safe and creative.



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of Tough Love  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: 18+ | (4.0)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: You had me from the beginning. I love this story and want to know more. I was rooting for your abused wife and so happy when she gave her lousy husband a lesson in treating a woman right. I like the fact that she is smart and was quick to make a plan. Now I also want the backstory to this couple. Was this the 1st time or was she just fed up?


What I liked most: You kept the action coming and didn't get into a lot of unnecessary details. I am assuming that since they have a business together, she is going to keep the marriage going. When did this take place, what year? You mentioned the 80's music so I am assuming, no mention of cell phones.




Suggestions for change: You do have some punctuation and spelling mistakes here and there. Running it through spell check and reading it out loud will probably clue you in. I know you aren't finished.




This writing made me feel: I could picture this in my mind and it was really good. I think you have the great beginning of a longer novella or even a novel. Let me know when you get more written. Stay safe and creative.



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of In Mexico  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | (4.0)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: I love this poem. I learned about Mexicans by reading this about their love of their country.
Thanks for the education. It is a very visual poem; I can see the land, people and customs come alive.

What I liked most: I loved the entire piece.




Suggestions for change: I am going to make a suggestion-the end stops kind of abruptly.
You wrote:
Picnics are fun for those above the daisies
Dancing on graves gets crazy

The last line could be teased out, like" dancing on graves brings a joy filled crazy". It is your poem and this is just a suggestion.


This writing made me feel: Like I could picture this all in my head and it isn't dark and frightening. This country has gotten a very negative view of Mexico, if you listen to certain people. I have been there a couple of times, the last time was during a celebration and there was a parade in the streets. So much fun and happy faces. Stay safe and creative.



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of Abandoned Piano  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | (5.0)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: I will never look at pianos the same again. I love this poem giving something, that gives so much pleasure to both performer and audience, human traits. Lovely flow and rhythm.


What I liked most: I love it all but the last stanza is my favorite.

The last melody silenced by time,
A faded tune buried in the ageless sea,
A broken unfinished symphony
In the frail meter of memory.





Suggestions for change: None




This writing made me feel: I have a book called "Ghosts along the Mississippi" that shows photos of plantations along River Rd. in LA. The photos are so artistic showing decaying parts of those elegant old mansions along with unusual objects. This reminds me of that book, full of images that touch your heart with sadness and imaging of what life must have been like. Images of slavery is also shown in the photos. Your piano would fit right in.
You are very talented and this pulled at the heartstrings.


Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of Nightfall.  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | (4.5)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: I really like this poem. It flows well and has a rhythm. I love poetry with details about the mysteries of the night when the passion of love and disturbing dreams take place. The night is elusive, we never know what those hours may bring.


What I liked most: I loved the following lines:

The bosom of the night is a world uncharted.
The silence is powerful, no sleep, no regret.
I fear the bright Sun in the morning.

She watches and waits, she has all the hours.
In the dawn she goes as the world arise ....

Never you fear, coz she lives in your eyes.




Suggestions for change: None




This writing made me feel: I love the night now-I used to work night shift as an RN and never got enough sleep. It was exciting at times-it is a different world. Now I go to bed and dream the night away, most of the time, and the dreams are mostly sweet. Keep writing. Stay safe.



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of Uneducated  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: 13+ | (5.0)
I am hooked with your story. It is so good and I see the last time you have written anything in your port is 2017. I hope you are still coming around and plan to finished this. You are a very talented writer that does "show not tell" and I am terrible with that. I love your dialogue also, sounds so natural. Stay safe.

Kat
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Review of Mama's Eyes  
Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | (4.5)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression:
I am so very sorry that you are going through all this. You did a good job of showing us how your Mom's current mental state is and how frustrated and sad you are about it. I have been where you are and understand your feeling of " going to see her for yourself" and not for her sake and wanting peace for her. You knew a different person, one who has disappeared thanks to a heartless disease. I am glad you had such a long time with her that was valuable. Mom's came on over a period of about a year, then she had surgery, that we didn't even think she would survive, and she was gone after a year. I just felt relief for her.

What I liked most: You are very honest about your emotions and I am so glad you found a good place for her to live. It gives you peace of mind, I hope.




Suggestions for change: This is your essay to say what you want but I wanted to know more about what your Mom had been like before. You did a great job showing us what this sad situation is like. I loved the part about the dog.




This writing made me feel: It just brings tears for you because it is much harder on the family than the patient. I started really writing every day after Mom had her surgery and kept it up after she passed. I believe it saved me at the time because I had just lost my 1st husband and his Mom suddenly. Life is full of mountains to climb, thank God for the rainbows and the peaceful valleys. Best of luck and stay safe yourself.





Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | (4.5)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: I love this poem. You made me feel the emotions of losing a special love. It is never easy and happens to most of us at least once in a long lifetime. This poem describes feelings so beautifully, flows well and rhymes.


What I liked most:
Petal by petal you tore,
Into my heart, soul and mind.
Never to leave, you swore,
A reason to stay you couldn't find.





Suggestions for change: None




This writing made me feel: I have had these feelings and sadly, I have broken another's heart also. We are all imperfect humans and have to learn to forgive and move on. There is another love that was meant for you. Stay stay and creative.



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | (4.5)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression: This is a well written piece about the reality of life and how fast it can change .I like the way you refer to a family member and the way that you noticed his life was very different. It must really make a difference if you are blind from birth or lose your sight and can remember what the world was like. That would make the loss harder. I do know that when one sense is gone the others become more prominent.


What I liked most: The description of how life is for a blind person.


Suggestions for change: I love to know how people feel about their particular loss. I wrote a poem once about a blind man, who I spoke to, he was very content. I also have spoken to someone that has macular degeneration (which I have) and she learned to paint in her 70's with only 10% of her vision left. They were beautiful paintings. She did it from memory. My vision is going very slowly and I am 67. When you are older, something is always going. There isn't a cure so I am learning to deal with it.




This writing made me feel: When you spoke about the auto accident, I figure if you live, it is always a plus. Life is always more precious when you come close to losing it. People adjust to disabilities or they become bitter and depressed. Thanks for reminding me each day has meaning. Very well written. Stay safe and creative.



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: E | N/A (Review only item.)
This is a lovely tribute to Audrey Hepburn, a beautiful woman and fine actress. When asked what she wanted to be remembered, she replied "humanitarian work". She gave to so many charities and all animals were so important to her. It wasn't just money, she went to Africa and other 3rd world countries to help others. She helped with PETA. I think she was such an elegant woman. Even when she was so ill with colon cancer, in a denim shirt, she looked radiant feeding an abandoned fur baby. Like Grace Kelly, she had that quality. Thanks for the lovely read. Stay safe and creative.

Kat
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Review by Redtowrite
In affiliation with The WDC Angel Army  
Rated: 13+ | (4.5)
Any comments are only my personal ideas and meant as suggestions.

My overall impression:
This is a well written piece and you have a strong opinion shown here by an older person that came across.

What I liked most: I am 67 and lived during those times of paper bags, small TV's, and no dryers. I also know that we have done our share of polluting our air and are trying to correct it. I think it is great that we are using recycle bags and have electric cars. Younger people care about what has been done to the planet and are trying to undo it with regulations. I applaud them for it and am sorry that we have all had a hand in convenience foods, plastic bottles etc.




Suggestions for change: None




This writing made me feel: Nostalgic but also grateful for the safety regulations and energy saving devices, technology has come a long way. We all need to help keep our country and this globe as clean as possible. I enjoyed reading this. I just would have liked the young woman to have been more respectful. Getting older, sometimes you keep it simple! As far as the piercings go, I remember when I was criticized for my mini skirts, bikinis, anti-war stance, feminism, women's rights, peace signs, language, dancing, love affairs and short shorts. Each generation makes its mark. My sons did the piercings and tattoos. Stay safe and creative.



Always make the time to write. Your characters will speak to you, if you take the time to listen.
Keep writing!

Kat



In the deepest hour of the night, confess to yourself that you would die if you were forbidden to write. And look deep into your heart where it spreads its roots, the answer, and ask yourself, must I write?
—Rainer Maria Rilke





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Review of azure (ABC)  
Review by Redtowrite
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Rated: E | (4.5)
Very clever poem with plenty to think about. You covered a lot of subjects in a small amount of space and made your point beautifully. It flows very well and I totally agree. Hope a lot of people do. I loved it-excellent writing.
Stay safe and creative.

Kat
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