|Reviewed by ~Indigo~ Elga
"The Dreams of Tomorrow" are indeed the ones we should try and change, as it can be done with, love, care, passion, compassion and loads of understanding, so here's to both you and me and any others who desire, in succeeding with the changes. Truly enjoyed Jude :)
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|Today we can make tomorrow's dreams come true.
|Reviewed by Carole Mathys
|Excellent write, Robert...|
|Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen
|Thoughtfully engaging write, Sir Ace.|
|Reviewed by Michelle Mills
|I agree with Tiana...this is wise, beautiful, and full of important imagery. Spoken with simplicity, and elegance. Michelle|
|Reviewed by Tiana ~ (Reader)
|So much truth and wisdom in your beautiful poem, Jude ...|
|Reviewed by George Jackson
|I wish I could convey, Robert, how much I like what I read here at the Den sometimes...I'd make a lousy critic (a blessing I think). Odd quirk, a poet that can't find sufficient words to praise a work they enjoyed, but I truly enjoyed this.|
|Reviewed by Nila Jamier
|"I know out there, somewhere
In the vast databases of the neon-horizon
In the clothes of the oppressed onlookers
In the paralyzed genes of distant lands
Awaits a vision of light
Awaits the resurrected being of creation
Pulsating like a glorious flood
Of melodic prophesy "
powerful visuals and assesments.
|Reviewed by Kate Clifford
|Wisdom shines in this write. Keep dreaming :-)|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Robert this is suberb and I agree with Judith I think this is from your soul and mastered by your heart. Well done.
|Reviewed by Al Swanson (Reader)
|hey Robert, tht is so interesting to change dreams of tomorrow then, considerig its probably birthplace now, would not dreams arise from now ?, the current quasi status quo, oh maybe there is a hidden stream, forgotten, Al|
|Reviewed by Judith Bailey
|Robert, this is spoken through your Soul... and it appears you've left the Old behind you. The Dreams of Tomorrow... yes! That is what keeps my creative juices pursuing emergence. This poem inspires me (happiness and horror like a field of glass...) ... What a Gift you've given us.|
|Reviewed by Kate Burnside
|I love this juxtaposition of solid, perennial, urban image against the backcloth of ephemera. The future of mankind is shaped by the formulation of vision that focuses human activity and galvanises it forwards. Otherwise it can sometimes seem like we are sucked into the vortex created by "dead men drowning"... well-meaning, but powerless to help. A subliminal sense of vulnerability and danger here, I think, too: you see the potential for "horror", but major always on the "hope", which I like. Of such is the future of mankind made secure. TY Kate xx|
|Reviewed by Aberjhani
|A very stirring transformative vision of where we are as a species and where we likely need to go.|
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|All of the dreams of tomorrow start today. Great imagery of which you are a master. Well done and I agree with Sara's remarks.|
|Reviewed by Sara Coslett
|Robert - I wish you the best of luck in accomplishing your reengineering of the human psyche. Without a doubt, your poetry is one very big step in doing so. The next is in getting your message out to a wider audience than the AD crowd of a thousand. Your poetry is always so remarkable. It always leaves me speechless. Well almost speechless. LOL... ~ Sara|
|Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader)
|I am not so much concerned now
With how I can change the world today
But how I can succeed in changing
The dreams of tomorrow
YES!! Brilliant write Jude. Profound thoughts.
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Deep emotive piece Robert!!
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|Yet from space, Planet Earth looks stunning and tranquil, unlike any other in the solar system.
Great poem and aspirations the ACE..
|Reviewed by William Bonilla
|excellent write Robert
|Reviewed by Janet Parker
|You are making a change. You may never know how, but you are being used. You touch lives and they touch other lives. This is beautifully written and thought provoking.|
|Reviewed by Ryan Kelly (Reader)
|Great write. I had the read the last part a few times,but finally I understood your meaning. I first read it with the mindset that what we do today changes tommorrow. Then I realized that it was not being concerned for yourself, but for our young. Again, nice write.|
|Reviewed by Lori Moore
|The dreams of tomorrow are worth our best efforts. Nice one.|
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|Forget walking those mean streets, get thee back to the beach and ocean and breathe in the oceans medicinal salt...or sewage, depending on the beach you do go too...Ed|
|Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader)
|But how I can succeed in changing the dreams of tomorrow. I think this sums up the whole poem.|
|Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson
|Hopefully there will be many tomorrows for we dreamers of a better dream. always enjoy your insights Robert.....|
|Reviewed by Sherry Heim
|This is pointed and sharp, Robert and cuts through all the prattle to the heart of the matter. It is not all about what we can do today, but what we prepare for our children and grandchildren that will ultimately change the world and the heart of man; we must each be part of the subtle changes or all of mankind will parish from the earth. This is an incredible write! Solid verses with lots of great lines.
|Reviewed by Dave Harm
|Emotional poem that speaks the truth. The dreams of tomorrow, not for ourselves, but the next generation.|
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
|Robert, powerful emotions in this one. Great write as always.
Sandie Angel a.k.a. Sandie May Angel :o)