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A Child's Destiny
by Cathrine Hottran
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Another bomb has landed,
Politicians controls the Boucher’s knife,
Again they’ve destroyed,
A precious and innocent life.

They slaughter in thousands,
Showing no signs of regret,
Claiming to have terminated,
Another terrorist’s threat.

Left behind is a little child,
So scared and all alone,
Too young to understand,
What happened to his home.

Crying out for mama,
Longing for her warm embrace,
But no matter where he turns,
He can’t find that familiar face.
 
   
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Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope)

this a poem with a deep sense of humanity. it is not your hand which is writing. It is your heart that we read these affecionate words of human concerns
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
Politicians are idiots. There is something about getting themselves elected that gives them license to believe their own crap.

Good insight.
Reviewed by William DeVault
Our children, all of our children, they are our legacy to the future...what fools we are. Thank you for speaking out.
Reviewed by Muhammad Al Mahdi
This is a very courageous poem and presentation. Images haunting and undeniable.
Reviewed by Victoria Murray
Such a meaningful write. Thanks for sharing it. You're such a talent!

Hugs,

Victoria
Reviewed by Sandra Mushi
Horrors of war ... tsk tsk ... children always the victims.

Peace DOES take courage indeed.

God bless,

Sandie.
Reviewed by William Bonilla
The love of a mother can never be replaced
it's the most sacred.

William ......Peace
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa
I cannot even begin to express what went on in Croatia during the recent war..you would not believe what the human animal can do to it's neighbour..perhaps one day the world will truly fathom what went on here..perhaps one day the leaders of the Serbian people will pay for the hell..the terror that they birthed in this country..perhaps..perhaps..

Excellent write..you tell it like it is..brava!!
Vesna..
Reviewed by Barbara Terry
and you know what tho? Even if people in the government were to read this, it would make no difference. I cannot watch the slide show, cause I am already crying. When will it ever be enough? When will people actually be able to get along? When will the different races, genders, nationalities, and religions have respect for one another? it seems the answers to these questions, is never, because governments are greedy and war mongering entities. That is why I sign each review I give the way I do. I pray for a world with joy and peace, a world where we are free to live our lives in contentment. Thnx for sharing C. 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, stubborn to a fault, joy to the world, peace on earth, & ((((((((((MANY WONDERFUL SISTERLY HUGGGGSSSS)))))))))), your little terrified den sister, Barbie

"If I have to be this girl in me, Then I may as well be."
Reviewed by E. Richardson
very strong...like a punch in the solar plexis...good job!
Reviewed by Richard Christopher Suarez
This is another harsh , crude reality.
Certain people viciously attacked and killed
thousands of our innocents, and as a result
many of their innocent ones are being hurt and killed.
They've created, commenced a war ...we're faced obligated
to fight. if we don't, lord only knows what we'll lose.
this is isn't to say that these images don't shake my existence.
it does! What do we do?
thought provoking to the max.,!

Rich Criso Suarez
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU

This is poem is what poetic excellence is supposed to be.

Thank You for voicing for Justice, Poet!


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
A tragic universal truth of pain, Cathrine. Your verses strike deep in the soul. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by Brian Pellerino
Riveting. I was wrenched apart by the photo alone, and then your words....

B
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
C,

*tears* is all that needs to be said--

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :(
Reviewed by Anthony Hall
The innocents are always the victims in the untold story of man's inhumanity to man. I am enjoying your works C and want to thank you for your reviews of my poetry. A poem that I wrote entitled 'Children of the Barrios' may resonate with you as well.

Anthony
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G
Hi C- I like your writing style...Very Spellbounding..and SAD with Visuals,The whole WAr ChOice is SAD ;(...Truly-Lady,Sheee
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen
Tragic that Bush does not understand war is not the answer.
Best Wishes to you and the child in your photo.
Reviewed by Poetry Deborah
War is totally and completely unnecessary!!!! There are kinder, more humanitarian and more merciful ways of solving this world's problems. The trouble is, many wish to be all important and destroy children and innocents in their fight for their illusionary power. War belongs to egoists and insecure power mongers. This is so well written - so very moving...thank you.

Deborah
Reviewed by Jeremy Vaeni
Ugh. I don't know Scott Thompson but I apologize for him. What kind of life would the boy have under dictatorship? One with his family, I assume.
Reviewed by S. Thompson
You have talent and I salute you. But I don't necessarily agree with your view of the subject. War is horrible, but what kind of life was the little boy and his family living in before the war began? Death and torture by a Madman dictator is what. War was and is unfortunately necessary sometimes.
Reviewed by sonja lewis
Hey you touched my heart with that one as Tayana said I couldn't keep my tears from falling
Reviewed by Hans K
Exellent!!!
Reviewed by Anwer Sher (Reader)
the brutality of war always inflicts the children most and somehow people dont realize that. you have really expressed yourself so well
Reviewed by Lori Moore
Excellent write.
Reviewed by Ed Lupinacci (Reader)
excellent in message and style
really enjoyed learning the lesson
Reviewed by Nabil
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Reviewed by Tayana
This was really powerful writing,I couldnt keep my tears from falling
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
powerful write!! the picture and poem says volumes!! god bless our world, and may he bless our little children!! love, your friend, karen lynn. ((((HUGS)))) and >tears <
Reviewed by Alexander Shaumyan (Reader)
Excellent. The true horrors of war are never shown.
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