|Reviewed by Sheri Uy
|Debbie, this is a deeply meaningful write. Full of introspection and it portrays a cycle of life where realization of the things at hand are recognized and appreciated. Every line rings with maturity and finally, affection. Well done! Peace and love in Christ.
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|I agree with Jude, this is Creative whispers, coming across loud and clear! Splendid Debby,and I love the graphic! ET|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|actually, you voice is humming universal transmutations ... sounds pleasing ...|
|Reviewed by D Johnson
|Wow!... Debby, great write. Much to think about.
|Reviewed by Georg Mateos
|Believe me, read this one twice, and it left me with a expectantly ear for that "sweetly nothing"...
|Reviewed by Elisabeth Barstowe
|I think you say a lot with this poem. Knowing is the beinning and there will come a time when internal workings of realized intent will bring about a change for the better. Thank you for sharing.|
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|thought provoking write, i enjoyed it!|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|To me, much of what you express here alludes to chaos; and this is a state that is rampant on this planet in this dimension and time. Thank you for the thought-inciting write, Debby. Love and best wishes,
|Reviewed by Michael Guy
|You REALLY do get us thinking and me in particular. After being away from your poetry for awhile I always know why I come back. And lately I too have been thinking along these lines but cannot say it like this. This idea: "producing both
builder and destroyer
has evolution run amuck(?)"
I really wonder(!)And being influenced by the Hindu view of "God" I sometimes find 'Total Free Will' and a God of Creator/Destroyer hard to embrace in my little 'Catholic' spawned mind. But were lucky - "HE" is 'MIND' - there hope yet!
thanks for the insight, MIKE
|Reviewed by Tony Jenkins
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|To be able to open your mind to all possible realms of probability and then take it one step further and open heart and soul is indeed a true gift. As humans we tend to want to believe only what has been prooven and not what is possible...loved this one and the picture as well Debby.
|Reviewed by Andy Turner
|...and the first reason you whispered sweet nothings in his ear was because of the red. The need for prorogation. Lemmie tell you about the birds and the bees the flowers and...
You have one strong accent.