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|Reviewed by F William Broome
|Peter, My good man, your casual but meaningful conversation with God is unique. Indeed, it is almost unheard of these days. I was reassured, reading your verbal bout with the inevitable winner! You have a way with words, so your poem is most enjoyable.
I am sorry about your medical problem, and your son serving in the military. I go back to WW Two, having put in five years in that conflict. My fear is that from the President on down, Americans forget too soon, that the Ambitious Bastards are out there to kill and conquer. Where and how we hit back is for those who are smarter than I... and willing to run for office or make war a career. It appears that, again, the younger, the less history known, and that is always true!
Have a great Thanksgiving, and keep whatever faith you have left.
|Reviewed by Frances Lynn
|Very good. A wry poem for Thanksgiving. This author's irony and natural cynicism makes him appreciate the vagaries of life.|
|Reviewed by L. Craft - Hisayasu
I had no idea of the many struggles and challenges that you have had this past year. Your words powerfully real. Peter you never do shallow, you put it out there in words that have impact! Thanks for sharing it with us.