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Accessory to M u r d e r
by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner

Monday, July 23, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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...how else/to explain the roar....



Calving hurts; how else
to explain the roar
of ice in pain?  We
stand at the railing,
watching it die a
little at a time. 
With each section that
falls into the sea,
we celebrate:  shame.
We're the cause of death.

(c) 2007, Karla Dorman (7/22)

 

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Reviewed by Sheila Roy 12/5/2007
Love the picture and the words that go with it. This one makes me think! -Sheila
Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson 7/24/2007
So very true!!!!!! Great incite!........M
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 7/24/2007
Wow...this is powerful Karla!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Muhammad Al Mahdi 7/24/2007
Yes. This says it all, in a very concise and capturing mode of expression.
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 7/24/2007
A powerful write that captivates the reader with your outstanding choice of words! I agree with Ed, and Kate also has made a wonderful point, you should submit this one! A profound write! You've expressed it well dear friend! Bravo!
Blessings,
Joyce B.
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 7/24/2007
Straight to the point...well articulated, Karla.
Love
Amor
Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen 7/23/2007
Karla powerful write, I love the graphic as well, thank you for sharing
God Bless
Michelle~
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 7/23/2007
this write is very powerful-good strong write
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 7/23/2007
Interesting concept and very well stated......

Be safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price 7/23/2007
The awful truth. Awesome. Liz
Reviewed by jude forese 7/23/2007
blue ice is hundreds of millions years old, to hear its roar of pain is very disturbing ... conceptually unique, Karla ...
Reviewed by Myles Saulibio 7/23/2007
Mahalo my friend Karla---
WOW---Awesome, you are a master of using metaphor to explain and paint the metaphysical.
I sense your deepest feelings in your words.
But then again in the obvious destruction there is renewal
I see it in the flowers in the desert where there hardly exists water but they thrive somehow.

May God give you strength always
and thank you for your giving of yourself.

I join Karen and Mr. Ed to thank you..

Aloha!
Myles ----how does that go ((((Hugs galore?))))
Reviewed by Felix Perry 7/23/2007
It is not for I that I cry when I look around and see what serious things are going wrong in our planet but when I think of my grand children and great grandchildren to come...I must ask myself..What have we done?

Fee
Reviewed by Tiana Jett (Reader) 7/23/2007
Very true, Karla ... wonderfully penned ... hugs
Reviewed by john zimmerman 7/23/2007
The calving of icebergs is a normal and predictable phenomenon, what is tragic is the sudden and unpredictable increase in the rate of calving.

This s a novel way of looking at it ...

good write


l&h

john+
Reviewed by Patricia Bankhead (Reader) 7/23/2007
So true Karla. Enjoyed reading.

Pat
Reviewed by George Thompson 7/23/2007
I could have expressed in any better words that you, Karla. We are slowly killing our planet. What will be left?

George
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 7/23/2007
Mayhaps we'll pay more attention when Manhattan is underwater..

Walt
Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader) 7/23/2007
How true. Especially when we continue with our pollution of the air. Great write. Victor
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 7/23/2007
I ain't/aren't/am not the damn cause of the ice melting, it is called "cycles of earth's temperature" . . . Been going on forever . . . Somebody needs to take AlGore out behind the barn and paddle his . . .
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 7/23/2007
I truly believe we are, and we should all bow our heads in shame.
Reviewed by D Johnson 7/23/2007
Karla, direct and to the point...

thanks,
Dan
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader) 7/23/2007
Excellent write Karla, love Holly
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 7/23/2007
I kinda feel we're too late.
England brought this up decades ago, all peoples knew it to be true,
but to many main players, said it ain't so.
We kinda felt like a country full of Noahs, but this time there is no ark...
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 7/23/2007
FANTASTIC KARLA!!! Another one you ought to submit... somewhere appropriate and high profile. Yes, in times past, icebergs calving was a "happy" time of over-productive birth, perhaps... Now the earth is producing too many premature babies who will not survive and who will drown us in their Waters. Serve us right. Bravo, write on... You and Ed should form our Environmentalists Association. Love Kate xx
Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 7/23/2007
Excellent observation. Your brother and friend in africa
Reviewed by E T Waldron 7/23/2007
A one two punch to the gut! Excellent Karla!

Love,
Eileen
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 7/23/2007
Excellent write, Karla; love the pic! Sad how we are destroying our world; God help us before it is too late! Powerful message that we must all pay attention to; very well done!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your twin, Karen Lynn. :(
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 7/23/2007
Very unique Karla, compelling thoughts.
Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper 7/23/2007
Interesting write, Karla, and if it keeps falling into the sea by way of Gobal warming, then unfortunately, the statement, "We're the cause of death", might become a reversal.
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 7/23/2007
We are certainly not!!! it is the Mammon high-priests and followers that will extract the las piece of gold to the last piece of Mother Earth alive, like Midas they will die in a world made of gold...and nothing else.
Georg



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