|Reviewed by William Heffner
|This poem sure tells the end from the beginning and reveals a destiny probably not intended. Thanks for sharing;
God Bless You and Your Loved Ones
|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
This poem should be posted in every school throughout the country.
The poetic dues are paid here with the gold coins (words) from the sublime lines of "Pop Corn City".
Thank You for sharing Your jewels and for enriching the history of Poetry.
By Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
|Reviewed by d. krusky
|Very powerful write! What a sad world for those who are addicted to such a world. I certainly could feel your compassion and desire to see these people put their lives back together. The way you intertwined different points of view was most impressive! Really something worth sharing to the youngsters in school!
|Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
|Such a powerful write my dear friend, this curse and horrible addiction is everywhere, our young people here in Kentucky are dropping like flies as the old saying goes, so I know that it must be even worse in the more urban areas. Meth is destroying our communities, because it is cheap to purchase, but it's addiction is so very powerful, that once used...unless the person whom used it desires and seeks help weather it be by professional or the good Lord, they're in trouble and for a rude awakening! Your words should be posted in every school and public facility....write on my friend help us fight this horrible war and epidemic that is raging against drugs!
|Reviewed by H. Lena Jones
|Debra, how remarkable that our writes should be targeted to our youth; I'm only now reading this (Friday 5:40PM). This morning I posted my bit of prose titled "But That Was Then". Have a read sometime. In this world we have two choices: eternal life or eternal death. It's a pity how many make the wrong choice just for a taste of drug-induced ecstasy! Yours is a powerful wake-up call indeed, Debra.
Peace and love
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|This is stark and real and sad, Debra. You paint the picture of drug abuse powerfully. It reminds me of a poem I have posted here at AD called, "Devil's Bride." Thank you for sharing this timely and worthy message. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Strong factual if no doubt sad expression of the declining society we live in. How many kids will never see adult hood because of the palague of drugs.
|Reviewed by CJ Heck
|How sad to read about this problem in society, and even sadder when it touches our lives personally. You did a fine job writing about this, Debra. I'm so sorry for your loss of a friend.
|Reviewed by Morning Star
|Wow you have expressed the reality of the beast
Of teens and the many problems
That is destroying so many beautiful souls
Drugs and alcohol in the schools and in the work place
We need to educated and help all this teens and anyone
Who needs help to stop and look at their lives!!
Excellent message within this write!!
Love And Peace To you Always...Morning Star
|Reviewed by Bill Grimes Jr.
|Raw, guttural reality Debra....I know this beast well and have seen him destroy far too many helpless souls.....Well done my friend....