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After the Nuclear Winter
by Ronald W. Hull

Sunday, June 19, 2005
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Reviewed by Michael Guy 9/19/2007
We can hope it doesn't happen, but sadly, those in power rarely read for Enlightment and the masses produce hysteria. Let's hope that the coming Global Warming effects will not drive man to this kind of frenzy. If the world were destroyed I'd rather see it by Nature's hand than our own. Frightening scenario.
Reviewed by Safi Abdi 7/17/2005
<Just inhuman humanity,
not smart enough or bold,
to stop the escalation,
before it was too late.

And the energy that
could have saved the earth,
was squandered in hate.>

Sad but true, heartwrenching write,
Safi

Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/25/2005
Why must we go there? Yet. It seems almost inevitable. Thought-provoking offering, Ron. Thank you. Love and peace. Regis
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 6/20/2005
We all know it's going to happen..it's the when we have not the answer for.
Ron, we have produced a society that simply doesn't care one way or another. Whomever it was that came up with the saying, 'Live in the moment', I'm just betting had no idea what an impact it would truly play in our lives. And the future of our world.
Excellent piece to ponder Ron.

Lisa
Reviewed by Susan Barton (Reader) 6/19/2005
very thouhght provoking!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 6/19/2005
Excellent poem Ron! A precursor of what is to come I believe.
There must be a new earth as foretold in the bible, nothing can save this one, for man insisted on destroying it.

Eileen
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 6/19/2005
You ask questions that sadly we have no answers for. Plutonium is forever, having a 250,000 year half-life. I wonder if mankind will ever get a clue? Excellent poem, Ron, though the content is something we all would like to pretend is not a part of our reality.
Take care,
Sherry
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 6/19/2005
Interesting ending question that you have to wonder; has it been asked by more generations then we are aware of? Great write.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 6/19/2005
...WE started it, WE finished it, WE should be punished for it...WE won't be alive to see any of it...I enjoyed this end of the world look Ron...Ed
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 6/19/2005
Very scary reality if nothing is done to save this earth Ron!!

Warmest love and Happy Fathers Day...even if you not a daddy...to me you are in some way!!

Love Tinka
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