|Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen
|Wonderful form to this piece, Paul like fire, rearranging itself in every stanza! And the cadence was perfect! Seems a poem which should be read in elementary schools, everywhere!
Erin Elizabeth Kelly-Moen
|Reviewed by TONY NERONE
|A very timely post, Paul. And also well defined. A job well done as always........GOD BLESS YOU and YOURS........Tony|
|Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson
|Excellent points made ! There are way too many firs caused by some who are very careless....M|
|Reviewed by Clarence Prince
|Hopefully they will read this "A Trail of Fire" and take your advice, Paul! Well done!|
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|Good advice, especially at times as dry as these in many parts of the country. The strange thing is fires have always been a part of a forest growth and regrowth. Studies have shown that the successful efforts to contain fires over the years have caused many areas that would've had fires to grow heavy undergrowth under the trees, causing the catastrophic fires we see today.
|Reviewed by John Domino
Your poem is surely an eye opener for all. God's animals know when trouble is near but they have to trust us to use good judgement. God help the forest and His precious creatures who live there.
Peace, love and blessings,
John Michael Domino
|Reviewed by Darrell and Kathy Adams
|Forest fires are so devestating and you capture that well. I particularly liked the line "will reach out in hunger as it is searching for fresh fuel" attibuting near human attributes which starkly clarifies the carnage it wreaks. Thank you for this reminder for all of us. Be well, Kathy|
|Reviewed by Connie Faust
|A frightening scene to behold...a good message for all.
|Reviewed by Budd Nelson
|very good Paul i so agree, the wild places should be for our natural friends, save both