|Reviewed by Richard Swartz
|I heard a saying once...it's all in the game and this even sounds like the Game of life... wow what a Powerful Wright- thanks for shearing...|
|Reviewed by Katie Gabrielle
|being american, I am happy to learn all i can about Everything! I
really enjoyed this poem and learning about your cricket! its so cool!! smiles
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|VERY NICE GOOD WORD FLOW|
|Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
|Like Regis said, this is very educational. Great metaphor for life, y e s. Beautiful photograph, as well. Tally HO!! 'Pea' <3~~~~~~~~~~~~~I know, I know, tally-ho is. . .something they yell when riding to the hounds? My ignorance of British sports would fill one of those chilly castles on one of those endless moors. Cheers!|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Most educatational, Reg. Thank you for enlightening me on this sport (art). Love and peace to you.
|Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot
Cricket is for Gentlemen. Not these sweaty, gum chewing boof heads that wouldnt know the meaning of the word skill~ The only time we cart one is for the express purpose of clearing unseemly segulls from the pitch, or to welcome an important visitor who has entered the grandstand.
Other than that we are happy to trot about the pitch, sending a four out to the boys to catch, as everyone gets to do something that way.
Marvellous game, marvellous piece of play.
ROFLMAO if you could see my face....hehe
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|Still have I no understanding of this game, Reg...maybe if I saw it in person I might get the drift, but, well, give me the Sox and Yankees battling it out on the diamond, that I can understand and enjoy, but thanks for trying to explain cricket...Ed & Rufuz|