Sandra Fowler Comments (24)

THIS LADY TAUGHT ME MORE ABOUT THE WORD OF GOD THAN ANY OTHER PERSON. SHE WAS AN AMAZING WOMAN. MAY SHE REST IN PEACE WITH HER LORD.
Sandra was one of the finest poets on this site or anywhere. Her passing is a huge loss to Poemhunter and all the poets who loved her work.
Dear Sandra (sAnta) :) .. u havE mOveD me wiTh nOt Only your Words but oF ur Time and KindnEss...ur the best with a PiEce of paper and a..gueSs u CouLd Use a Quil A BrUsH a pen blunt pencil CHaLk A foUntain Pen cRayons heck BeRRieS...AnD get The thIng Said.hands down....words im not to good at so...least not these kind.. bUt i KnoW yOu know what THAT meAns...moSt sinCerly...and the KidDinG AsidE..Peace
Nightingale is a nocturnal bird, but Sandra sings all the time with her rich vocabulary in the nature....................her poems like paintings without any brush marks.Instead of the canvas she choose everybody's soul. No way to contact her nowadays whether she's still sick or not? sincere student, nimal
Sandra represents a special grace within the life of the Poemhunter.com community. Bill Grace
Within the subtex of you words there is regret... love and hope. Truly, you are a fine writer.
Somehow the goodness within you shines through your work. You are a quality human being and I so injoy reading your work. It seems when I have spent some time with you, I always leave with a peaceful and contented feeling. I do not write myself, however I spend a good deal of quality time searching for poets like yourself. Good health, God Bless.
Sandra has described herself as a sunset soul with a preference for autumn and winter. And this assessment doesn't surprise me. Many of her poems are written in what I would call a minor key and there is often a feeling of regret lingering between the lines. She uses the word gray and describes seasonal images viewed through windowpanes. I visualize her sitting in a cosy study lined with books. A gracious lady with a great love of words and a humility which is unusual in one whose work is so highly accomplished. I am regularly astonished by the originality of Sandra's images and when I read some of her comments on other people's work, I find myself saying: 'I wish I'd said that'. I am honored to have Sandra as my friend on PoemHunter and look forward to reading the her latest offering, always. Love, Alison ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
One of the best poet in this site.
Paper her canvas, white Pen her brush, black Painters never paint While She's painting
Sandra You are a poet of unfathomable depth.You write less and draw more in your poems.They become so colourful and vivid.Your remarks on our poems are not only encouraging but bears your love and blessings.Wish you keep well and keep writing for many many more years to come and encourage new writers with your poetic bliss. regards palas
A talented writer of depth, and sophistication!
Sandra Fowler is an extraordinary poet with a very unique style to draw you into her verses. you feel a part of nature that speaks to your innermost self. after the 10 or 12 poems you read of hers, i guarantee you you will be back to her for more. her poems are addictive because it calms your whole soul in this stressed up world. go and discover the great poetess.
Her poetic genius is ever fresh, always capable of conveying vitality to her readers.
Simply, one of the finest poets on Poemhunter. Like a breath of fresh air - and a thought-provoking, relaxing, rejuvenating, eloquent one. All agree that Sandra has, and is, a serious talent. t x
You are one of the best non-classical poets on here, bar none. You remind quite a lot of Eliot and Dickinson. Keep writing, and check out my work if you have the time.
I very much admire and appreciate the very beautiful poetry of Sandra Fowler. Thanks for sharing your gift and Happy Birthday! ! Uriah
Sandra's enchanting poems draw the reader into a world of grace, beauty and intimacy. Such a world is a wonderful place to visit or dwell.
Sandra: Your comment on my Mariner come home, was appreciated, as I am facinated with the old Navy. Being Navy myself, It was interesting that you mention Kate Copin, as I never heard of her, so pulled her out and amazing how I felt like her, so I took a quote from her inserted in my poem, a perfect fit.Thanks again as you input means so much to me. The Poem was inspired by reading Colerridge's Mariner. Charles Garcia
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