“Thanks so much for making the journey over to the New Inn. I’m sorry you had to wait so long to get on, and perhaps felt because time was short you’d keep it to one poem. But I thought your performance of your Windrush poem had a tremendous impact, especially the song. Thank you very much for it.” Greg Freeman Write Out Loud.
“My father passed away 9 weeks ago so some of the songs were so relevant and helped me through my grief.” Annita B. teacher.
“I found this to be a really lovely read, both in content and in spirit, I particularly enjoyed ‘Tightrope’ Suzy is clearly a very talented writer,” Hay House Publishing
“Suzy’s poems breathe spiritual eloquence but are bound to this earth: she helps us understand that love is our greatest quality and privilege. Her words celebrate the sweet melancholy in our choices to give ad accept love” Rob Dyson – Charity Comms & poetry fan.
“Songs of My Soul is a warm and diverse collection, drawing on a range of poetic influences, from Angelou to Shakespeare. Full of feelings and reflections on love, passion and life, it’s also full of sharp observations of things we all know and share. Vivid and effecting. Impossible to read just once!’ C. Rowland
“How wonderful your poems are, hidden meaning and depth beneath every one of them, they reflect the very essence of who you are!” R. Dignam
It’s very good, and my favourite is the Commute – transported me back to experiencing my commute! L. Turner
“My favourite poems? I love all of them really, as they portray the multi-faceted profound humanity underneath, written by an extraordinary person, who is also my friend.” Anon.
‘Had a super evening with talented poet Suzy Rigg’ Heather Moulson, Poetry Performance
Got it today! Already read some of it. The poems are powerful – you need quiet time to really digest them. Well done. You definitely have a rare talent. I’m proud of you. Too often, all that’s available are the 2-line rhymes. Valrie Walker Sanders, USA.
I wish you all the best with your book. Deserves to be a sellout, Teri Scoble, Portrait Artist, Choreographer
“When reading your poem Divorce some of its sea images reminded me of some lines in Thomas Hardy’s poem: The Convergence of the Twain…though your lines and poem ends of a note of hope. It really is a very beautiful poem, and I hope you will read it at one of our sessions.” Anne Warrington, Poetry Performance
“From allusions to Red Riding Hood in ‘Footprints’ (p.6) to Rapunzel in ‘Things not forgotten’, these poems are often suffused with the primordial archetypes of fairy-tale; an eerie play of life and death.” Rowan Fortune, Editor
©”I give you words like I give you gold”. Suzy Rowland