|Reviewed by Connie Faust
|Outstanding! You've told this story well, bringing some enlightenment to readers of how hopelessness takes over a life. Since I began volunteering one day a week at a Pregnancy Care Center, I have met more downtrodden women, who come to the Center for help in providing for their families. It's a real blessing to be able to reach out and extend love and care for them.
You might like a poem I wrote recently called "A Glimpse of Hunger," although it's a sad one, too.
|Reviewed by John Domino
|We have to extend our loving care to others and never stop. Then a few that care will come back to us but it will always be a few. Amen|
|Reviewed by Barbara Sue
This post is so sad and what thoughts are conjured up. Having to grow up at a very young age, knowing sorrow, loneliness, thinking no one cared, wrong decisions as she matured, finally coming full circle once again to sadness,etc..
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|This is very compelling, Micki; and it is an indictment upon our "modern" society because none of it ought to be so. Thank you. Love and blessings,
|Reviewed by Randall Barfield
|"poverty's disgrace" is certainly the right term! This poem reminds me of those Appalachian photos during the Depression years taken by, I think, Margaret Bourke-White. She's the same one who photographed Gandhi I feel quite sure. Well expressed. :)|
|Reviewed by Cynthia Buhain-Baello
So sad and heartrending but so vividly written!
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
A life, painfully penned - well done.
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
|Reviewed by Sandie May Angel-Joyce
|What a sad life this is!! Well-written, Micki!!
Sandie Angel :o)
|Reviewed by Liana Margiva
|EXCELLENT!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva|