|Reviewed by mj hollingshead
|Reviewed by Evelyn Horan
|Nicely presented and will make good use of your time historic time line with students. Thanks for your effort to inform and reinforce our memories of our country's wonderful past. And we do need to reflect on what we are today and how we can improve ourselves and make our country a better place. Enjoyable poem and article!|
|Reviewed by J Michael Kearney
|An excellent historical outline and a reflective poem to consider it with. // Fine writing.|
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
|I liked your poem/article a lot. Great poem, Victoria, and very informative events.
Sandie Angel :o)
|Reviewed by Janet Caldwell
|I know that I've read this a few days ago and I thought that I rated it. Maybe I got bumped offline. Good work, I know that I had more to say but a lot has happened since then. ;) BTW, I moved out into my new apt. Yee-Haw!!! Janet|
|Reviewed by Debbie Tipton
|Reviewed by David Hansen
|A super job by this talented writer! I enjoyed this thought provoking article very much!|
|Reviewed by Patrick Talty
|To write this you needed to have called upon deep reflective processes. These would have brought you face to face with the *warts and all* realities of and responsibilities created by the founding of a virtual empire.
You would then have had to decide upon a form in which to articulate your theme: "Having come so far and weathered so many storms, could (should?) we have done better. If so, maybe we should ask the question: if we could start all over again what would we do differently? The answer to that question would (should?) give us the will and the means to bring about the changes that would make the world a safer place for all, irrespective of creed, colour or race."
Victoria, I think you found the answer as to how to present your theme in this combination of simple poetic form and diligent, interesting and informative research.
Good work! (Take10!)