|Reviewed by Diane Wagner
|This is beautiful and heartfelt, DJ. I wonder how many adult survivors would do well to love themselves deeply even as you promise to love the abused child. So often the love we need can't be found "without" until it is found "within".
|Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader)
You are anoter activistic like poet.... I LOVE THAT! Styles are different but it does remind me of David Knight. Gotta love that. This truly bleeds human emotion and one that can pen this stuff is something else! Masterful! Looks like I have an author to catch up on!
|Reviewed by Zenith Elliott
|This is beautiful D.J. Children love unconditionally. If an abuser could take one second to look into the eyes of a child and see the unconditional love and trust that shines through their souls...you would think that would be enough to make them want to get help.|
|Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader)
|Outstanding, deeply heart touching.|
|Reviewed by Brittany Renée
|So loving and so heart wrenching. It is true, it is not the abuse that kills them, it is the thought of being unloved. And that goes to show that we do survive on love. Splendid write!
|Reviewed by Linda Hill
Huuggs on writing this
beautiful tribute to
our precious children.
I've written so many on
the children I've lost
count. Thank you for standing
up for these precious little
ones. They are our treasures,
yet are often not treated as
|Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson
|A wonderful, passionate poem of promise, D.J. It touched my heart! Bravo!|
|Reviewed by David Knight
|Heartwarming and so true.
Please read 'Who Wins Life’s Lottery?' for my version of the topic.
|Reviewed by Leland Waldrip
|Good write, D.J. Children should be precious.|
|Reviewed by Trixie Love
Such an emotional write..