|Reviewed by Daniel McTaggart
|Graham, your poetry has a nostalgic intensity I have not found elsewhere often. Maybe it's not always pretty, but it draws me back for more.|
|Reviewed by Gaye Dale (Reader)
|You bring the horror home like a vagrant, mannerless, unapologetic guest who spares one nothing of his grotesqueness as he eats at ones lovingly set literary table - then he wipes his mouth on the back of his experienced hand, fully at home, comfortable, confident despite the stunned silence and when it is over, one applaudes his honesty as he leaves and as the scent of his brilliance settles as a reeking trail behind him, one steps carefully over it and wonders whether one should bolt the door!
LOL - Graham - what can I say? Another brilliantly graphic write!
|Reviewed by na na (Reader)
|Sounds like the men were wearing the red badge of courage. I guess
you looked back into the past to pull this one out. Bill Murray.
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
i love this tale; very well done! enjoyed~!
(((HUGS))) and love, your friend in america, karen lynn. :D
|Reviewed by Dan Summerfield (Reader)
Worthy of Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon. A picture perfect (if anything about war can be called perfect) portrait of war in any era.