Comments : In Yonder Meadow (Rondeau)

  • 3 years ago

    by Ya----Na

    One of the most beautiful poem I have ever read!

  • 3 years ago

    by Mr. Darcy

    I liked this on the contest thread. This form is much harder that you have made it look - great job.

  • 3 years ago

    by naaz

    Hellon, by far the best poem I read in the thread Rania opened to fill minds of Pnq members with positive vibes.

    When Everlasting gave the challenge of writing rondeau I looked for it on the internet what it is?
    To be honest, I gave up the moment I read how difficult it was to write a rondeau.

    I waited last week for you to post it so that I could nominate it, but you didn't and this week someone else nominated it before me. The good thing is I can still comment on it.

    To me, the structure of the poem appears as three little nests of humming birds and what a beauty you wrote it. The language is something so beautiful like out of the world, heavenly.

    Such beautiful imaginary you created for the reader while describing the life cycle of a sweet humming bird. This is one of those poems which when we read we start to see it, feel it, like I am seeing the those humming birds playing in the meadow and gathering nectar. I am shocked why other members aren't giving any comment on this exceptional, phenomenal, brilliant write of yours. Hellon, this poem is about that tiny little bird, but I am sure it leaves a big impression on whosoever reads it.

    I would love to see it on the front page this week.

    All the best!

  • 3 years ago

    by Ben Pickard

    I will have to try my hand at one of these one day, Hellon.

    Anyway, aside from that, this would have received my 10 if I were judging; it is genuinely beautiful and is (what I regard) as true poetry.

    Take care

  • 3 years ago

    by Rania Moallem

    Oh My God. What a fantastic piece. I will write thid form and you will be my mentor. It's so admirable how such a poem was written so well. I feel jealous. If that's how you contribute in challenges, then hats off.