|Reviewed by Lee Garrett
|Hi, Gwen, I like the imagery here. You get pulled into an older world. Good story arc too. One minor thing, a little more authenticity can be attained by changing corn to maize, which is the Indian corn they had before the white man showed up with the modern variety. By the way, I found a type of Anasazi flute I'm planning to buy that is also called a "rainmaker". It makes a beautiful sound.|
|Reviewed by bluecornflower orangetiger
Amen! Best wishes, Mary
|Reviewed by m j hollingshead
|Reviewed by Richard Vallance (Reader)
Having been to many a pow-wow and healing circle in my lifetime, I must tell you how very much I appreciate this moving poem!
|Reviewed by Rodney Bohen
Alas, Samsons last request!
Rodney Evan Bohen
|Reviewed by Dove (Reader)
|You seem to have lot's of earth mother in you..! Excellent write, Gwen
|Reviewed by Jim McClellan
|I particularly liked the flow and rhythm. It also gives needed insight to this land's original denizen.
|Reviewed by ♥ Kari Hirshey ♥ (Reader)
|I really loved the imagery in this one. Sounds like beautiful land.. :)
|Reviewed by Patricia Gomes
|How absolutely stunning! Excellent imagery renders this one visual to the extreme. Kudos!|
|Reviewed by William Bonilla
|a wonderful deep poem
|Reviewed by Digital Fairy
|"This weather warrior has given his all
May "Mighty One" grant his soul's last call!"
May he have found the peace that comes after the storm...
A very thought provoking write :)
|Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie
|This was wonderful in its capture of a noble spirit,
|Reviewed by na na (Reader)
|Gwen, the rainmaker gave his heart and his life to his cause. He could give no less.
He he gave is all though it cost him his life. Our troops in Iraq are rainmakers also protecting America. God bless you and this poem. Bill
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
|This is lovely and profound, Gwen.|
|Reviewed by Cherokee Sage (Reader)
|This sounds like my country and you've capture the essence of its beauty.
|Reviewed by Tony Nerone
|Dear Gwen, I loved this magical writing. I think we should honor Native Americans more than we do. I grew up in an era where the movies depicted them as savages.