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|Reviewed by Sandra Mushi
|Cyprus, you are a wonder! What a poignant write! It made me dash out of my study room and go look in the mirror! Most powerful message ever!
"... Am I ready for my judgment? Since I have enjoyed a little of this and a lot of that, will I be prepared for my own accounting? I don't want to be so lost in who I am trying to be that I'm blind to see the downfall of the world in which I am creating for myself. ..."
God bless, Cyprus!
|Reviewed by Carmen Wilkinson (Reader)
|I like this poem also. It is odd i was thinking of just this same thing the other day. I think that when Lots wife looked back it simply demonstrated human nature. To be disobediant to God and i think it was her way of looking back on her past. Instead of moving forward. I think we need to learn from our past, forgive those who have hurt us , and move forward. We cant move forward if we are looking back. Her reasons may never be known...but it was a great expression on your part.|
|Reviewed by Afrika Abney
|What a marvelous and heart warming piece, thanks for sharing this piece with us. One love|
|Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson
|Some great stimulating thoughts and questions here! I really appreciate this well written poem. Bravo!|
|Reviewed by Tami Ryan
|Ah, a man of similar ilk... One who questions, a fellow thinker... (Don't stop.) Continue to seek enrichment, my friend, for therein lie the answers. (But you knew that.)
|Reviewed by Cheryl Sellers
|great writing... one that express the spirit of life, the questioning mind is never wrong|
|Reviewed by Julie Donner Andersen
|Excellent, C.! Have often wondered the same myself...|