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October 25, 2010


Eric Alder

Interesting and ecclectic sources you chose to quote regarding love. The choices we make sometimes say more about us (and our thoughts and feelings) than any of our words ever could.

Nice piece, JJS!


really interesting how you juggle these words!


love the process of how you write this piece,
honest, fun, and smart...

creative love poem.
beautiful combination or comparisons of love from different perspective.

cheers to you,
Thanks for sharing.


Sumit Sarkar

Really interesting...and very well done... :)


Very creative and full of imagery my friend, love how you construct this!! Welcome to Potluck xx


Love..it IS the subject..for everyone, it seems..will never end..
Humorous, well done...

Ramesh Sood

Very true.... visit me to see what I say about love.. hope you will love it..


Great read - I like the approach you took. Boy you know love poetry is often just cliched trite, top to bottom. I love how you took a little of what some famous poets have said on the topic, and mused on it.... very interesting. You took a topic that is 90% of the time, these days, boring cliche (I read a lot of amateur poetry on a daily basis), and put and interesting slant on it. You intrigued me with your poem, thank you. Enjoyed.

Luke @ WordSalad

(mine are here -
To Ashes: http://wp.me/pTeVg-ca
Let Me: http://wp.me/pTeVg-bW
Indigenous: http://wp.me/pTeVg-bK


"Love doesn't read my poetry
anyway so why bother, really?"

Nice! I really dig your style! I am going to visit you more often...is the sense I'm getting between my shoulder blades as i gulp room temperature cheap wine ; )


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