A Poem by Ron Sanders



© 2016 Ron Sanders

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Ron Sanders
What if God wrote poetry...

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Dear Ron,

This is a most interesting and captivating piece. This style is generally not my cup of tea, but I have to admit that here you have wonderful turn of phrase and an emotion and style that pulls the reader in, giving him/her glimpses of himself/herself and life's truths. These truths aren't laid bare, but are hinted at, kept somewhat at arms length and shrouded in mystery, but you catch a flash of insight every few lines and can smell the tangible honey-musk of truth. It is an intoxicating poem that speaks to the emotions, which swell at these discoveries.

A most powerful write.

As my friends well know, I am not easy with high ratings. I will not review a poem if I can't rate it at 90 or above. Generally, if I rate at 95 or above, you've definitely earned my respect. Here, however, is a clean 98 rating. I've never given higher. 100 is impossible because no poem can ever be perfect. And if I ever find a 99 poem, I'm sure I will go blind immediately after reading it. This poem has me tearing and squinting from its brightness.

Wonderful poem. Simply inspiring.

Very best regards,


Posted 10 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Ron Sanders

6 Years Ago

Thanks for reviewing Faces. I'm glad you liked it.


Very good. Though I agree with another reviewer that you really should remove the baby. I find it a bit strange and its presence almost made me not read this poem. Otherwise, thumbs up!

Posted 4 Years Ago

Cool but freaking long. I read the beginning, some middle parts, and the end. If this was preformed by an expressive person I could see it being really great to listen to. Hope you find peace in your darkness.

Posted 5 Years Ago

Ron Sanders

5 Years Ago

Obviously over your head, but jabber on.
Well, I do understand what you're going for here, but really, that cheesy baby at the top has really got to go.
As for your actual content, it's a little long, and you seem to end up repeating yourself a little. Your word choice seems a little odd in places and while I think you've created a good, suitably epic mood, I don't think you've used it particularly well for this piece. It's well-written, to be sure, but there's something off about it.

Posted 8 Years Ago


4 Years Ago

Yeah, that baby is somewhat disquieting to me and It and should be removed ASAP.
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A bit too long for my taste.

Posted 8 Years Ago


Posted 8 Years Ago

This could be many separate poems in of it itself, though I enjoyed it a lot.

Posted 8 Years Ago

A very strong write...


Posted 9 Years Ago

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21 Reviews
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Added on October 22, 2010
Last Updated on March 17, 2016
Tags: poem, infinity, light and darkness, life and death, eternity


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