Please read John's wonderful hub about a book review on the novel 'Entombed' and a set of two poems.
Here's the link to his article: https://hubpages.com/literature/Entombe … and-Poetry
Thank you so much!
John, I thoroughly enjoyed reading your lovely hub. Thank you for sharing the book review of this novel. I enjoy thrillers.
I also enjoyed reading both of your beautiful poems. Unfortunately, the virus does not seem to go away anytime soon, but let's hope that 2022 will bring us less blues. Let us all hope for the best. Thank you so much for sharing.
Happy new year to you and your family.
Take care and keep smiling.
This was an interesting book review, John. I enjoy some of the books of those authors you listed. I enjoyed reading your poetry as well. Thank you for this book review as I will probably red this book.
Than k you for posting this article, Misbah.
I loved the novel review and even more so, your lovely poetry about the new-variant virus spreading all over. I also think despite all hurdles, may 2022 bring us a fresh round of hope, joy and peace and above all, freedom, which you mention in your poem. All in all, an exquisite write-up, John.
Thank you Misbah for sharing John's commendable work.
Pamela, thank you very much for reading and I appreciate your comment. I am glad you enjoy some of the books I list and may be tempted to read this one.
Thank you for your kind comment, Rosina. I am pleased that you enjoyed this article, the review and the poetry. May this year be a much better one.
John, you've given another book to add to my list of "I have to find this at the library." I've missed your on the shelf series, and glad you've picked it up again. Your comparison of the pandemic to all of us being "entombed" is thought-provoking. Good job!
Hello Linda, I felt the need to write something and thought I’d resurrect this series. I am glad you think this book sounds interesting enough to search for in the library too. I hope you find it. It is also nice to know my poems were thought-provoking. Take care.
John, home is surely our safe haven right now. This pandemic seems to be never ending with the virus evolving so much. I loved your poems and the book review. Hope this new year is better. Hope you continue with the 'on the shelf' series. Thanks Misbah for sharing.
Vidya, yes home is the best place to be. It seems the governments, at least here, have given up trying to control it by removing most restrictions and just leaving it up to the people to do the right thing.now the number of cases is just skyrocketing. Thank you for reading and I wish you well.
That book review by John sounds like it would be very interesting to read. Both of his poems regarding the feelings many of us share about the current pandemic, and how it is affecting our lives, is spot on! Thanks for sharing his work in the forums Misbah. May everyone enjoy a healthy and happy new year!
by Misbah Sheikh 14 months ago
Please take sometime to read John's beautiful poem in response to Brenda's week 44 word prompt, 'Patience'. He has also included two of his previous poems/articles on the same topic. I am sure you will also enjoy reading it as much as I did. Here's the link to his lovely hub:...
by Rosina S Khan 11 months ago
What great poetry, John! Never read anything like it before. Kudos to you! Read his spellbinding article here:https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … nd-poetry/Hi John,Loved your poetry a lot. You amaze me all the time. And best of all, I agree with all your viewpoints. We don't need to be...
by Rosina S Khan 14 months ago
Take a few minutes to read this beautiful article by John where he explains why dreams are important and why we should confront them for our benefits. He includes a lovely poem about his recent dream. Here is the link to his article:https://hubpages.com/health/Dreams-What-Do-They-Mean
by Pamela Oglesby 13 months ago
John has once again given us clever and amusing poems as a response to Brenda's prompt. Read at this link:https://hubpages.com/literature/Bored-B … ing-Poetry
by Chitrangada Sharan 3 weeks ago
Please take some time to read this interesting and well crafted poem by John. Here is the linkhttps://hubpages.com/literature/I-Love-Deadlines-A-Poem
by John Hansen 13 months ago
Check out Brenda’s own response to her word prompt “sand.”https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-The-Sands-of-TimeExcellent work on these poems, Brenda.
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