|Reviewed by Donna Chandler
|A well penned message to us all.
|Reviewed by Christine Tsen
|Brimming with wisdom and rich perception.
Be well, write on brilliant man
|Reviewed by Keith Rowley
|I like this work - it resonates and appeals as a cohesive and well structured yet simple edifice of words that carries clear meaning. I disagree with its message though - we live in a largely democratic world and the decisions rued by a conscious minority are in fact the work of the empowered majority. If we are doomed then we must blame the enfranchised, not a state of disenfranchisement which largely does not exist. You also take the conventional and unquestioning stance on climate change - and I am a loud and proud denier - not of change, but of the human contribution, such as it is. Now ants and rats and cockroaches have never evolved beyond elementary survival as a species; there is no super-genius cockroach to wipe out cockroach predators and cause the species to breed itself out of existence, but I'd rather be a doomed individual within a species doomed by its own genius than a - cockroach! Can we beat the odds? I think so, but catastrophe will come first, and maybe repeatedly.|
|Reviewed by richard cederberg
|One thing humankind has proven, in its short tenure on this blue marble, is that it cannot govern itself honorably or effectively. The negative momentum is too great now. A violent change is coming to this planet that will reveal, without question, who will be governing the seventh millennium. Peace to you ...|
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|Will you and I
Act before it's too late
I've been wondering that for many years already, but I don't find many who seem very inclined to act on anything these extremely sad days.
|Reviewed by John Flanagan
|no, the disenfranchised don't seem to have
the will and will continue to be walked on
until they learn...if ever; why is it so hard
to face the truth of who's conning whom?
Strong writing, Odin
|Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
|It's always the little things. And I do like the style of this poem.|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
|Doubtful, because whatever else we are, we are still the fairest of the nations. Yes, we have our villains, but no we do not have our dictators. Well, yeah we have a pseudo dictator, his name is Hussein. But he's biting the dust come November.|
|Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader)
|As in the "Hunger Games" books , "Good luck and may the odds be in your favor". Oh yes, the insects that adapt and adapt to the adaptation. Good teachers, indeed. ~~ Diana|
|Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER
|The sensory perception has left most of us, the warnings in the air are ignored, one comfort, the other fear, and not to forget, greed, I think a flask of DNA of the species, and a Noah's arc among the stars might save some from a different kind of flood, how many did listen then? It might have been just a biblical story, but the underlying truth pervades even now. You have opened a rich meal of delicate bits, who will share them? Consume them, and be nourished by them, before it's too late? Blessings!|