|Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher
|Right you are. Let's hope and pray that it will be much better, sparing many more lives than last year.
|Reviewed by Rosemarie Skaine
|Beautiful picture and a sound poem worthy of the times. Timely read. R|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|the atmosphere of collective thought does indeed affect nature ... only time will tell ...|
|Reviewed by m j hollingshead
|Thought provoking read|
|Reviewed by Susan de Vegter
|Hopefully we learnd a few things from Katrina but the poor and homeless still face the raw terror of hurricane season. What choices do they have if the local, state and national aid fails like t did in New Orleans, Alabama and Mississippi? The scars are still visible as we approach another season of nature's wrath.
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|Prayer is the answer which will be answered in God's time not ours.|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|Dottie and I have relatives who at this date are in Tennessee and Texas and cannot go home. There is not home to go to, nor are there services for them if they DID go home. Pitiable. The season starts day after tomorrow.|
|Reviewed by Janet Parker
|It's an interesting thought that humanity's upheavel is related to distasters. God may be showing us his wrath. "We tell the people to be glad they're alive" What a perfect line. We haven't been through what they have. When life has no quality, maybe victims would rather not have lived. Excellent poem, Eileen and wonderful reminder to pray specifically. xxxxoooo Janet
|Reviewed by richard cederberg
|"Nature's riotous rape"
That is a powerful three words!
Dear one, this poem is filled with clever thoughts.
"Sounds like Russian roulette is natures addiction" EXCELLENT!
"Positive vibrational mind emissions" Even more bloody EXCELLENT!
I also see something spiritual in the picture Eileen: a storm of judgement is coming to a world shrouded in fog.
|Reviewed by Sherry Heim
|We don't usually have too many types of natural disasters here, only fires, dust storms, occasional flooding, thunderstorms, hail storms and high winds. Looking at that list I guess it is substantial though most are mild and usually don't pose a threat to much. Those who live down in the gulf and even along the eastern seaboard are the ones who need to make sure that they are prepared because as they so soon found out, you can never depend on anyone else for your own safety, health and welfare. Also those in tornado alley need to take heedas well. Mother nature holds all the cards and we are left to play the hand she has dealt us. Smart words that should be heeded by all.
|Reviewed by Crystal Silver Angel (Reader)
|Precious Eileen, last night I already asked the Lord to guard our winds and waters.. Let us hope so. You know sometimes He allows things for us to bring revival. A loving
Father knows what is best, for His ways are higher.Let's keep praying no real structural
damage will happen..
Love You lots,