|Reviewed by Chrissy McVay
|This is a very powerful poem.|
|Reviewed by F William Broome
|These are good words about a horror that mankind has not controlled. Until the time when we no longer have wars, we honor and remember kindly those who spilled their blood for country and cause. Thank you for this most difficult to write work. I applaud you. - Bill
|Reviewed by Helen Downey
|A piece that will be ageless. There are many stories behind this one poem...One about Christ and his mother and clearly about the young soldiers of many wars with their mothers tears washing over her sons body. Then there could be a meaning of "Mother" as our country, crying over the bloodshed going on during a war. Very deep and worth the read. Thanks for sharing>
|Reviewed by Safi Abdi
|What can I say...
Brother Steven, if people had any feelings they would sympathize and understand this mother's story, instead of writing off her painful story as history...
Unfortunately, humanity has lost its bearing, there was a time when it was perfectly normal to empathize with the weak and the down trodden, but today...God help those who voice their concerns.
Your courage and ability to go against the tide is commendable! A beautiful expression of brotherhood and solidarity!
Always your friend, Safi
|Reviewed by L. Figgins
|Powerful and timeless!
|Reviewed by Franziska Brueggerhoff
|Blood means life, life flows into history - bringing us a thousand tales, a thousand wonders, each valued equally, each having its own story
|Reviewed by email@example.com Bennett
|WELL-VERY WELL WRITTEN MY FELLOW POET.|
|Reviewed by richard cederberg
|No . . . blood will not be forgotten, especially the blood of He who died for all of His creation. This was a timely and appreciated write Steven. You are a man with deep rivers!