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A Painting Called ManKind
by Cathrine Hottran
Thursday, January 19, 2006
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A Painting Called Mankind



Mountains of egos,
Waterfallsof Greed,
Rivers of Blood,
Out inoceans of graveyards.



All behind,

A painting called ManKind.




Copyright 2006 by C Hottran






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Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 7/17/2006
Right Right Right. You are right dear sister. You painted the character of mankind so beautifully. mankind wears a mask to look good, considerate and passionately human but internally there are so many things going on. Anyway we shouldn't forget those who are immaterial in nature and live to serve humanity. Deeply touching poem

Thanks
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 7/16/2006
so very on point!
well done, cathrine.
peace,
carolyn
Reviewed by Barbara Terry 4/5/2006
C this is so true. Man?kind has always been "I do for me, and that's all I do." I wish that people could just respect one another, even if they disagree about things. Thanx for sharing Cathrine, the world needs to see how foolish they really are, by reading this.

May the Lord Jesus bless you, and those whom you love, and be with you always, and at your side constantly. With much love in my heart, joy to the world, peace on earth, & ((((((((((MANY WONDERFUL SISTERLY HUGGGGSSSS)))))))))), your little sister, Barbie

"If I have to be this girl in me, Then I have the right to be."
Reviewed by J. Pajot 4/1/2006
We can be a dark and evil lot. This is a very pointed and well written lament of that fact. Truly moving write.
Reviewed by Mark Rockeymoore 3/21/2006
A stark picture you paint, of the human family, Lady C. I appreciate your word economy in this work, sometimes, it's best to say what you have to say in as few words as possible. It gets the point across in a much clearer manner.
Reviewed by Pierre Ortega 3/7/2006
If we want to survive we have to learn to get over ourselves and start anew. Excellent Pierre.
Reviewed by . ignis 2/3/2006
Man's malice is the result of a process of thousands of centuries, mass murder has become cold blooded science in the circles of the perpetrators and ignorance and misguided perception on the part of their victims. But as long as few are capable of producing feelings and thoughts as reflected in your words in this realm of pain and illusion, hope for better places and times continues to exist. Thank you for creating and sharing. I enjoyed being here. Take care,

RAge
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 1/22/2006
very interesting painting Catherine, I can relate. There are quite a few who would fit this painting
Reviewed by Lin Edwards (Reader) 1/21/2006
Boy! You say so much in so few words. I'm in awe!
Rosalind
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 1/20/2006
Most powerful offering!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 1/20/2006
You express a great deal with a superb economy of words, Cathrine. Well done. Thank you for this timely message. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 1/20/2006
Compact and concise. I've often, well not really that often, but I have thought that the world maybe better off without mankind.
We've sure messed it up in just a short time. Now we're going in for the kill. Chocking the place to death.
Very well expressed..
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 1/20/2006
Quite a powerful piece. Cathrine.
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 1/20/2006

Creativity in uniqueness; magnificence in philosophy, and
beauty in poetics, in "A Painting Called ManKind" abounds.

Healthy creative life, Poet!


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Paul Berube 1/20/2006
C.

You have captured so much in a few short lines.
Reviewed by Chanti Niven 1/19/2006
The real art of poetry is to say more with less. You have achieved that here admirably. Well done!
Chanti
Reviewed by Felix Perry 1/19/2006
Wow this is point blank, cutting edge, and as sharp as a razors blade and unfortunately hard to argue with the logic of it although I still want to try and believe that there is still a chance that mankind will learn.

Felix
Reviewed by E T Waldron 1/19/2006
Sparsity that speaks volumes! Excellent!

Eileen
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 1/19/2006
Few words have never ssid so much!
Reviewed by Martin Hebert 1/19/2006
~~C~i agree~great poem~~

~~martin~~
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