|Reviewed by Axilea MU
|This piece is like a snapshot that reveals its details gradually.
One even wonders if the man has not been blinded to become a beggar.
The portrait of extreme poverty with the detail of bulging eyes is excellent.
|Reviewed by Robert Harrison
|A tale witnessed the world over. It dripped poverty, though the will to survive was still alive.|
|Reviewed by Anna M
|There is such realness in the way you have written this. You bring the market and family to life and ask questions that we often wonder about other people, such as how did they come to be this way? It is interesting that you bring the sensations of smell, touch and sound into this piece, as a way of bringing us - the reader- closer into the experiences of the blind couple. Thankyou for this reflective piece & keep up the good work!|
|Reviewed by H. Lena Jones
|You have captured the moment so vividly, Roshan, it was easy to see the family in my mind. So sad, isn't it? Mother and father seeing through the eyes of their children...and that is reality in so many places.
Thank you for sharing.
|Reviewed by J M
|Very vivid work here reality............ I liked this ones style. Rosh!!!!!
Light & peace,
|Reviewed by William Bonilla
your poetry is poetry
enjoy all your writes
Peace be with you
|Reviewed by Dove JoAnne Cromp (Reader)
|You always surprise me with your last few lines..This is GLORIOUS!!!
Ma te Kotahitanga e whai kaha ai tatau........
|Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader)
|Alas a familiar story. Blindness is cruel when real. Victor|
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|Quite a powerful piece, Roshan.|
|Reviewed by Susan Sonnen
|this is an excellent write, Roshan...I saw them as clearly as you did, thanks to your poetry.
|Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya
|I heard you
singing the blues,
with your blind wife
and four little ones,
scratching their naked bellies,
their eyes wide.
Dear Roshan...am moved by this poweful write of yours...I can relate this write of yours...very well written.....cheers....love n luck....love your poems much....BHUWAN!!!!