|Reviewed by Z McClure
|A good idea, Jerelyn. Made me reminiscence about my own childhood for a few moments after reading your wonderful poem. It is good to be reminded of the good things about childhood. Refreshing.
|Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
|Amen to that one, Jerelyn...Very nice write..light and happy. It would be nice if we could be children again. The world would be a better place, free of bias, hate and all of the other ugly behaviours.
|Reviewed by Axilea MU
|Very refreshing, with so much imagery.
I also like the way you structured this poem as well as its layout that suits the content.
|Reviewed by Rebecca Wiles
|It reminds me of being a child..and of my kids..:)
I love those images too!
|Reviewed by Chuck Keller
|My poem "Images" talks about the child inside of me. In some ways, I hope I never grow up! There is a loss of the "magic" of life that comes with maturity. But artists, poets and other creative types ALWAYS keep that "child" alive within, don't they? Your words are inspired. Thank you for sharing the magic in your soul.|
|Reviewed by Ken Chartrand
|Hi! Jerelyn, I read your poem, "The Children" I found that it evokes feelings I had as a child and yes, if only I could be a child again for an hour. Let's make this world safer so that children can BE children. Best wishes. Please feel free to visit my site at www.freewebs.com/kendoo or here in the "den".|
|Reviewed by Casey Harmon
|Good peom with a good point.
|Reviewed by Patrick McCormick
|Very nice and thought provoking. Do we always do things for the child sake or is it because we also want to be children ourselves. I have happy memories of both my own and my childrens childhood. perhaps it is a bit of both.|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Oh! I so agree with you, Jerelyn. I love these sentiments. Now I don't feel so badly that many people say that I never grew up. Love and peace,
|Reviewed by Tami Ryan
|A very nice piece, Jerelyn. Too quickly we forget, n'est ce pas?
|Reviewed by Jane Rodway
|AMEN AGAIN! I agree, this is why adults act like such asses, they forget these things that children live.|
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|Reviewed by Aberjhani
|A very moving tribute the joys and value of child-like innocence.
|Reviewed by CJ Heck
|Amen, Jerelyn! My sentiments exactly. Well said.