|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
Profound messages in "An Age in Retrospect". A poetic accomplishment of the twenty-first century.
Keep posting Your Jewels to enrich the treasure of Poetry.
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
|That was just to send a few people to the moon, put there a flag, came back, then nothing...
Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sanide Angel :o)
|Reviewed by Shoma Mittra
|You have encapsulated the essence of the last few decades in a dew strokes. Sets you thinking, those lines - 'Awarded a montage of ideologies and the final solution.
For best director and supporting cast,
and a disturbing, ugly, evolution.' I am not sure if all of it was ugly tho- but I do get what you mean.:-) Enjoyed this re-post of yours. -shoma
|Reviewed by Nordette Adams
|Our priorities do seem a bit scrambled. Much love to you, Paul.|
|Reviewed by ~ Chanti
|Thanks for all your support of my poetry Paul. I feel like a poor friend for not taking the time (before now) to respond to yours. I'm so glad that you've taken the time to repost a selection of your poems. You have so much talent and a wealth of inspiration to draw upon. Looking forward to more from you...
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|This gives one a real incentive to ponder, Paul. Thank you. Love and peace to you.
|Reviewed by Tracey L. O' Very (Reader)
|Great Poem Paul! I don't believe we've had men on the moon. Never have. Super thinking poem! Love it!
Tracey xoox(c :)42
|Reviewed by Kate Burnside
|Absolutely, Paul... in retrospect, "One gigantic leap for mankind, one small step for (ordinary) man... in totally the wrong direction". Suppression of information is an evil in itself, as is the failure to act upon it. This is a totally scarey thought and rather tooooo close to all our bones, I think. Having invented the wheel, why don't we use it to go forwards instead of back? When the whole world is fed, clothed, watered and has CHOICE, then that will be progress and a Brave New World indeed... but it is a slow train comin, init?? Rather than a rocket to the moon.... LOL and TY Kate xx|
|Reviewed by Paul Williams
Thank you for your kind words, the '75 million others' I refer too are the 75 million souls consumed by conflict in the 20th Century.
all the best
|Reviewed by Dawn Richerson
|good alliteration and quite thought-provoking. Dawn|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Very interesting and intrique thoughts provoking the questioning minds here. This certainly makes one pause and think and...remember.
|Reviewed by jude forese
|an interesting progression of thought leading to its conclusion ...|
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Excellent Paul, Gives a lot to ponder! I'm always glad to read you so keep posting, whenever you can!;-)
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Excellent write....something to chew on for sure Chuck!!
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|A mise-en-scene of conflict and grief,
That sadly summarizes the last 100 years very well, Paul.
|Reviewed by Debashish Haar
|This is a very good capsule holding our evolution(if that is the terminology!) over the last 100 years. Showmanship has grown, prospered, we have been to the moon and have been trying to communicate with extraterrestrial life. These have been directed and orchastrated by funding agencies and governments, who had their own bindings. Much of the information stays hidden, and what we see is deified! A world of marketing, and commercials and conglomerates! That number "75 million" or "74.7 million" is perhaps the number of people not insured, who may face the harsh world...more directly. I may have missed it, but then your poem has provoked me to think.