|Reviewed by April Ortega
|It seems you are Hemmingway in your own way. So insightful of one you never met.|
|Reviewed by Susan de Vegter
|This is precious and sad but Hemmingway was frought with his own nightmares and shades of happy times.. I live on the east coast and have visited his place in the Keys. It is forboding with his spirit lingering still or , perhaps, it's his Muse.
You write as thought you knew himm.
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Very nicely done, Pierre. Thank you for sharing this tribute to a great writer. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by richard cederberg
|A nice tribute to one of the greatest writers ever, leastways in my mind. The Old Man and the Sea still ranks high as a story that changed my life and compelled me to dig deep to find my gifts.
A powerful and passionate life marred by war, a life threatening injury, true love gone awry, and the inability to forgive, gave this man a rare fuel he used to accomplish great works.
|Reviewed by Dawn Richerson
|Hi Pierre. Had to read your poem as I'm a big fan of Hemmingway's life and work. You've done him justice here and reminded us all of how life's cruel realities change us and challenge us to change the world. Dawn|
|Reviewed by J M
|Wonderful poem on Hemmingway this is so true the things around us change us daily.
"a child who was forced to fall to hell
into that space where he realized
all the love in the world
can never heal all the hate. "