|Reviewed by J M
|That was sad and this was well expressed. Drunken Drivers I lost family members to.... They hurt others not always their selves.... This was powerful work thank you for being a VOICE.
|Reviewed by Randall Barfield
|ugh, sad. i think punishment is too lenient for these killers. good read and a 'thought' piece. thanks for sharing|
|Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
|Very touching and emotional write my friend...Stay strong, you are a wonderful writer Crissy and have much to offer others. Mothers against drunk drivers...such a worthy cause. Several years ago I was hit head on by a drunk driver who ran! I had numerous minor injuries, my daughter was very blessed and only recieved a few minor cuts and bruises...my car was totaled...and this person didn't care, because she ran and never looked back. I got really MAD about the fact that they ran leaving me and my daughter in the middle of the highway not knowing if we were dead or alive. I decided to do something about it...I gathered debree from the car that had hit me, so I knew the color, and from scattered parts, we discoverd the make and model. I then alerted everyone that I knew and ask them to tell more, we had postal carriers, truck drivers, bus drivers, UPS carriers, car lots, bag boys, drive through cashiers, anyone that we could think of looking for this particular car...and guess what! Living in a small town as I do, a week later the car was discovered at a pawn shop, I got the plate number called the clerks office revealed the owner and got a warrant, she was jailed, and as it turned out she had been drunk, on pain pills, no insurance, nothing...I did get my car repaired. Many told me that it was a waste of time and effort, I didn't see it this way...I saw it as taking a stand for what I believe in! I also thought that it might help in saving a life! You go girl stand up for what is right! I pray that love peace and comfort come your way!
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|This depicts the stark "injustice" of such happenings, Crissy. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Denise Contreras
|So sad heart breaking for your loss. Very touching and full of truth my heart goes out to you for your loss.
|Reviewed by Michael Mathieu
|Crissy, This is so sad,my hearts breaking for you even though it's been awhile I know it's tough,A touching write my friend,
A loss that shouldn't have happened,Take care and stay positive,
At christmas I wrote a poem called "Just One More"..I was told to send it in to M.A.D.D..Mayber I will..
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|Oh blimey, I sorry for your pain and angst, it must be hell.
You have so much love to focus on your children.
It is a bloody shame, I pray you find peace and inner strength...
|Reviewed by Paul Berube
I'm so sorry for your loss. Such an unjustified and needless waste of a beautiful life. Bless You on your day of sorrow.
|Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten
|This is heart breaking to hear of, and many lives are cut way too short because of the lack of concern and mere stupidity of others! "Oh, it will never happen to me!", or "I'm fine, I can drive", "...a cab?, I DONT need a cab!" and off they go, some taking even their own lives, others taking others lives, away from their children and families...MADD is right, damn MADD!
Crissy, you are one of the reasons she lived, you are still the one reasoning, in her death... by standing up for its cause and giving her a voice! I commend your efforts!
Love and Peace~
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|Where is justice or is it just as blind as a drunken driver killer? Sorry from my heart for your loss.|
|Reviewed by Evelyn Simon
|So profound this is. I think the 'm' should stand for 'Murderers'
Murder is committed by drunk drivers.
Thanks for sharing.
|Reviewed by Art Sun
|How sad...and mostly how sad that one can live viewing the past of a loving memory and another walks with the escape of guilt of his own creation....
sad poem.....Art Sun...
|Reviewed by Brett Moore
|Wow, that's heartwrenching, Crissy. Needless to say, travesty.