|Reviewed by Gerald Finlay
|Glad I found this David--I am impressed you still have that old flair.
I thought this was very profound,
|Reviewed by Paul Kogel
|Very well written, reasoned and observed. This is a wonderful depiction of the unregenerate man. He tries to change, but the new man is little better than the old man.
Because he looks back? Maybe.
When he does, he only sees how little the new man has changed from the old one and the new one turns to salt. That's because man cannot change himself - not much anyway. Sometimes life's changes play a more natural role in changing him somewhat. But inside where change is most desired, he keeps looking back to those things that, by his very nature, he seems to miss.
But once a change has been made in him from a source outside of himself, from the Holy Spirit, he finds - he suddenly discovers - a change has been made in him. A change he didn't perform for himself but one that was placed there and engineered by God.
Then the man becomes a new creature. One so very different from the old creature. He receives a new nature. One so very different from the old nature. It is then real and permanent. Then he can look back without turning to salt. He can look back with gladness that the old man has finally been made new.
|Reviewed by Frances Seymour
|I love it! True depiction of the fact the we must keep moving forward and don't look back. Blessings...Frances|
|Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle
|A well written poem,take care
|Reviewed by Axilea MU
|A mysteriously wise tale
and, I feel, an invitation
to live and move on.
|Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
|Good Morning David
I Really Enjoyed Reading This Poem On Your Bio Page
This Is A Masterful Message of Wisdoms
Embraced ~ Embrassť
|Reviewed by Michael Dainty
|read several of your poems and a story or two. Your an interesting writer but I'm sure you already know that. Mike|
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|a deep and meaningful write-well done|
|Reviewed by Richard Swartz
|David Wow...what a pome I really like it a lot you paint a picture that leaves a thought that dose not seem to go away I sure would love to have a copy of this pome and yet may love to have a copy of your book with this one it....Grate Write!!!!!|
|Reviewed by David Young
|This is a nice piece of work|
|Reviewed by Chuck Keller
|Profound stuff, David. Good job.|
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
|Very good write, David! Yeah, one needn't look back to move forward.
Love this write!
Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
|Reviewed by Nordette Adams
|Enjoyed this write, David. Well-crafted. I have a poem called "Lot's Wife," btw. :-)|
|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
Outstanding composition. "Pillar of Salt" is a masterpiece by any standard. I enjoyed this poetic-philosophic accomplishment.
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|There is a wise message here, David. Thank you for sharing it. Love and peace,
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
WOW. Don't look back, then--ever onward! Don't let the mistakes of the past keep you down; reflect on them, briefly; learn from them; and then move forward. An excellent, excellent piece you've penned--thank you, Sir!
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :)
|Reviewed by Theresa Koch
|My goodness but you do astound me with your writing~`*
I relate to these words
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Profound poem David! Looking back is a two-edged sword isn't it?Nice to read you;-)