|Reviewed by baz busbe
|Loved this poem and the title, its so true. God bless. Baz|
|Reviewed by Darkest Angel (Reader)
|This message is one that I was attempting to address in my poem "Suffering's Daylight". You made a very strict and undeniable present on the subject of being judgmental (prejudice), and active in both. I believe that lies are also born from the fear of being misjudged, and wrongly punished--a catch 22, if you please, but this does not justify the lie. We all must catch ourselves and judge ourselves more harshly; as you mentioned "even if it was only you" who knew that you were telling a lie--someone knew, and it is inescapable. With anything wrongfully done, it is most essential that a person maintain his or her sincere repent, and honestly need for forgiveness and better guidance or enhancement. This writing is like staring at the tip of a dagger that says "tell the truth, or die". Great presentation of thought and directness.|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|You tell the truth, David; and I appreciate the insightful perspective that you have shared via your verses here. Thank you. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Paul Drouillard
Truths about truth; pure poetry. Pure genius.
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|superbly written,David! We all lie about not lying,if nothing else;-)|
|Reviewed by Richard King
|It's no longer an "Unspoken Truth" that this is a masterful write. Well done sir. Thanks Dick|
|Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
|David, you have spoken so many truths about lies..We all do it even if we don't intend on it. By not saying something (omission) that is a lie..so now what if everyone always told the truth? There would be very many sad people, because in order to not hurt people sometimes a white lie helps someone..for instance, when your (girlfriend/wife) asks you if she looks good in what ever outfit she has on, and you think she doesn't, are you really going to tell her the truth and hurt her feelings??????? that's what I mean..sometimes a white lie saves face for the other person..lying for oneself to get by, well that's another story..that's deception and unacceptable..
Wow you got me going on this one..I always knew when my children were lying, sometimes not my ex husband obviously because he is an ex now..lol
Good work here, you got the den worked up..lol
Peace, love and light,
|Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader)
|The title says it all!! I could actually see that in one of those 100 Thoughts About Wisdom books or Quotable Quotes. Something to that effect. Nice work.|
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|Well thought out, I like this, it was your title that drew me in & I am not lying here...;-) ed|
|Reviewed by Christine Tsen
|This is a great poem indeed!
Supple and possessing so much wonderful humility and wisdom!!!~
Peace and Blessings,
|Reviewed by pat medlin
|what an impressive piece of work...i didn't have to feel around for a rythm...you just pulled me right along to the end where i gently slid off 'the first stone' with a plonck
wonderful...one of my favorites david...pat
|Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
|Anyone who says they never lie is a liar! Anyone who claims not to be a sinner is the worst culprit of all. Well penned and truly thought provoking.|
|Reviewed by John Flanagan
I like the gradual shift that takes place as the poem progresses; for me, it becomes more meaningful and spiritual with each stanza, and ends wonderfully.
|Reviewed by neerja gandhi
|ummm...no one i suppose intends to tell a lie....maybe to save oneself one gets into the impulse .. Nice thoughtful write. Good wishes David|
|Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
|I Love This David! It is hard for some to look into ones own
mirror but it is great to do so! I still remember my very first lie!
I remember it because it made me feel so incredibly awful.
Lies are masterful trickery to steal from another the values
of worth that the deceived deserve in their life...which is honesty.
It is a horrible truth to feel when someone has lived a lie-
when in fact they thought it was the truth...
I collect those stones
|Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
|Enjoyed this one, David....the lyrical flow is great! Of course the content is right on the mark!