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A Bear and her Cub
by E T Waldron

Wednesday, February 07, 2007
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Thank you Sherry Heim for the photo!;-)

I look at this picture in awe of our
great Creator and all His creation!




Oh such loving tenderness shown
Between cub and momma bear
The lessons that must be learned
Much the same as humans hear


But one thing is for certain
Something we all should learn
White cub and black mother
Have no problem with color


A look at how our animal friends
Live by natural laws of nature
Having no leader to direct them
Yet they abide by heredities guide


For the most part they do not war
Living in peace sharing the land
Instinctively knowing their own role
All drink from same watering hole


etw


 



 

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Reviewed by Lloyd Lofthouse 7/26/2008
Yes, there is a lesson for humanity to learn here. Now, the challenge is to teach...
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 7/10/2007
Black mother and with a white cub, now this is something to behold. never seen one like this before. and if you should happen to see the cub alone one day, get your ass outta there...momma ain't very far away.

Walt
Reviewed by Alexandra Midnight 6/18/2007
I absolutely have just fallen in love with that picture. Getting a picture of a young spirit bear and its mother is just so amazing, breath taking. The poem is magnificent. I think that people and animals should live together like that instead of people slaughtering them because they don't want to share or are just to greedy and self centered to even begin to think that animals have a place in the world.
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 2/9/2007
well said
Reviewed by Richard Orey 2/8/2007
"All drink from the same watering hole."

How can we civilized members of mankind see the wonder in God's creations and yet be so blind?

Simple words projecting profound observations.
Well done, indeed!
Richard
Reviewed by William Bonilla 2/8/2007
Lovely piece Eileen
Nature is nature
Not to be confused with humanity
Most enjoyable reading

Love & Peace
William
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 2/8/2007
You are right, Eileen. Animals (nature) can teach us a great deal if we are willing to watch (listen). Thank you. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 2/8/2007
Ah, such harmony and balance in nature... Everyone knowing "their place" in the grand scheme of things, and being content with that. I often look at Willow and admire the fact that she knows nothing of pride or humiliation. You and I are definitely on the same page today. It's a shame that us people have such high horses to become unsaddled from... Orwell's Animal Farm rings ever truer... Neat tie of words and picture. TY Kate xx
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 2/8/2007
Precious, precious, Eileen; just precious! Very well done; brava!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 2/8/2007
Oh, Eileen,

That pic is p r e c i o u s, and so is this gift of a write--well done! V E R Y inspirational. :)

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 2/8/2007
I look at this picture in awe of our
great Creator and all His creation!

And so do I, Tiger Lily, so called 'dumb animals' could teach we so called 'intelligent humans' so very much.
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 2/8/2007
Well done.
Peace,
Carolyn
Reviewed by Alexandra* OneLight* Authors & Creations 2/8/2007
A warm, sweet "bear hug" of a poem, dear Eileen, with such an important lesson to be learned... the loving way.
Love & {{{{{{{{{hugs}}}}}}}}}}}}}}
Alexandra*
Reviewed by Gwendolyn Thomas Gath 2/7/2007

"A Bear and her Cub"
A wonderful offering of poetry and graphics intertwined.
I believe the Creator did put us all here on the earth to learn from one another regardless of our species.

Thank you for the beauty that both of your presentations offer.
Have a blessed day of peace and prospertiy Eileen.

Continuous restoration of strength to you,
From the Heart of an Artist...
Reviewed by Susan Sonnen 2/7/2007
thank you for this, Eileen. In many ways, animals are far ahead of us.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 2/7/2007
That is an unusual combination in the black bear populace...when I was young we hunted these poor beasts, I wish I could forgive myself for hurting even one...but know I killed many...still a cute picture & a wonderful idea for the content of this poem...Ed & Rufuz
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 2/7/2007
I am so glad you used this picture to write such a wonderful poem with a most important message, Eileen. Animals don't seem to care about color, breed or even about disabilities. It seems to me, that they know the value of life and just keep moving in a forward motion. I know that many say that animals don't get to go to the same place that we do in the afterlife, but I don't happen to believe that. I think that we all go to the same place and that the animals teach us truth and honesty as well as unconditional love and strength to endure all that is placed upon us. In many ways, the animals are far more evolved than we are. Love is love, be it bear to bear, person to person or bear to person. All that inhabit this planet share so much more than we spend much time thinking about. Thank you for this excellent write, Girlfriend. You did a great job.
Take care,
Sherry
Reviewed by Randall Barfield 2/7/2007
it is a fine photo and a fine tribute to bears. they are graceful and strong--we just don't want to get too close...
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 2/7/2007
Beautiful words that are wise and needed the voice you gave it. Awesome metaphors for harmony Sis!
Love,
Susan
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 2/7/2007
A darling write and photo..
Reviewed by J M 2/7/2007
Love the wisdom and the photo in this poetry presentation. This was wonderful Eileen.....
Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader) 2/7/2007
Animals were created for man, but since man proved deficient, he can now start to learn from animals. Victor
Reviewed by richard cederberg 2/7/2007
Excellent subject matter sugar chum. Many levels can be extrapolated from this write. I hope all is well with you.

Light and Wisdom ...
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 2/7/2007
poem and photo are both precious, enjoyed this gift of harmony
Reviewed by Paul Berube 2/7/2007
Eileen,

They want only to survive as was meant to be.
Reviewed by Joyce Devenish 2/7/2007
I love this piece. Wonderful picture, great poem....Joyce
Reviewed by George Carroll 2/7/2007
Much wisdom in this poem and in animal life.
Reviewed by Kay P Devenish 2/7/2007
True wise words and fabulous picture from Sherry too.

Best wishes always
and hugs
from
kay.
Reviewed by CJ Heck 2/7/2007
A beautiful photo and an inspiring story -- Wonderful, Eileen!
Love,
CJ
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 2/7/2007
What a wonderful offering....thanks Eileen and Sherry for sharing this!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 2/7/2007
Ooh this one is great and perfect timing...for February is black history month and you've captured the meaning of living in unity and harmony with each other, not matter the color of our skin through yet another of God's creations...a beast whom many fear, yet she is gentle enough to love and accept a cub a complete opposite of herself. Very inspiring write my friend, enjoyed this very much a keeper!
Blessings,
Joyce B...
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