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|Reviewed by Tom Hyland
|Laurie - Hi!
Very thought-provoking! Perhaps the answer lies in the fact that -some of us "wear our hearts on our sleeves" while others are just callous, cold, and self-serving?
OH - last line - you need to change the "q" to a "g." Plague not plaque!
|Reviewed by Regina Pounds
|Laurie, excellent observation. I can relate. There's no answer, of course. Those tears are our natural defense against all we cannot tolerate.
|Reviewed by Yvonne Williams
|I can relate to this poem. I am now in a place of tears, without me recognizing that each time I am in those tears it is bringing forth a change in me. Something great is coming forth. Thank you for sharing and for your kind words. God Bless.
Yvonne Williams......... : - )
|Reviewed by Bonita Quesinberry
|Excellent, Laurie. Why some cry, why some coast: one lacks faith, the other relies on faith: "Life is an illusion. Love is the only reality."~~ Bonita M Quesinberry, R.C.
I coast: because I understand how temporary is this life and I understand that this flesh is not who I am; therefore, I seek the greater, permanent life. Visit me sometime. Although, I can be moved by those who suffer, whether it be human or animal: for them, I feel a real pain in my heart.
Love in Christ~~
|Reviewed by Jack Roberts
|Great write Laurie.