|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Everything you've put here on this Planet
is being bled out constantly to satisfy Man's greed.
I have felt this way since my childhood as I watch man destroy the beauty around me; the madness continues. Thank you, Kay. Love and best wishes,
|Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper
|great poem to ponder Kay, I'm an enviromentalist also, I believe in protecting the place we live but as you noted, greedy men don't|
|Reviewed by Chrissy McVay
|Very well said. I feel that it's one thing we CAN'T afford to ignore. If it isn't happening, fine. But if it is, no one can apologize and say 'oops...I guess all the science was right and we were wrong'. It'll be too late and our children will suffer for the ignorance!!!
|Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten
|The fear of ruin, and helplessness, the fear for our children and theirs, that the earth might not be here for them to enjoy, the fear of complaining to God himself, and you express all our fears so well...
this leaves me to believe that the fears we have are meant to be felt, so all that do fear, together, we can somehow find a way...
WWJD? I ask myself daily... We need to get our sandals on and profess our worries, let divine intervention give us the powers to be heard!
Amen to your pen!
Love and Peace~
|Reviewed by Steve Ralph
|Kay my hat is off to you and I am standing in ovation of this perfect poem,
and I have to be honest, I like many more am afraid of what we are doing to this planet as well,
thanks for sharing this, I really loved it,
your pommie Pal Steve
|Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
|Reviewed by A PAX
|What a great poem
we only have one earth, which sould be respected......
well told, I like your form and message
|Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight*®
I, too, am alarmed when I see reports of snow in places like California, Florida and even Arizona. Then there is the unseasonably warmer weather in the north which causes creatures that usually hibernate or migrate not to do so. Even amidst all this, there are still those who argue that Global Warming is just a myth.
Love & Light always and in all ways,
|Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader)
|You are right to be afraid. Man is so stupid that he tests atomic bombs right underground. Add to that the coal, oil and other minerals taken out of this earth's crust, plus the emissions that are destroying the air. But God gave man freedom. His choice to chose between good and evil, his reward or non-reward will depend on his choice. Inspiring write. Victor|
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
|I fear for this planet, too, Kay. A powerful, thought provoking condemnation to mankind for ruining this paradise God gave us: shame. Excellent!
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|They're wrecking all the things you made,
and God... I feel...afraid.
I think we should all be afraid. Mother Earth, billions of years old, and in only the last 200 years - we have gravely wounded her. I also think I'm very glad that I probably won't be around to see her bloody end.
|Reviewed by Paul Berube
Your afraid and with good reason.
|Reviewed by Sue Hess
|i think we are all guilty of disrespect to the land in some small way kay,but the government and big business show no concern for the future generations at all and it is frightening. thank you for your concern and this poem|
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
|Insightful...and there's some truths in this which I agree.
Sandie May Angel :o)
|Reviewed by Sherry Heim
|To everything there is a season, Kay, and it is all part of the Age of Mankind. I cannot begin to guess what the reason is for this time of greed, though it seems to me that it is a failing, inherent in man, as it has been here since the beginning of time. With all of the abundance in the Garden of Eden, Eve wanted that which was not hers to take. Temptation is always part of our lives, it is how we each handle it that will determine the fate of the earth and of mankind. Excellent prayer for understanding|
|Reviewed by Joyce Devenish
|Excellent, I agree with you. Good write. Best wishes. JM|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|i'm sure mother nature will retaliate before she allows herself to be murdered by greed and apathy ... excellent poem, Kay ...|
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|God says move your houses inland,
Don't live near the sea,
Or drown you will because of mans greed...e
|Reviewed by J M
|Kay I love your spirit and power in the written word. And the Questioning that many have asked and even blamed on GOD.
"Why does God let bad things happen to good people?
A harsh reality of life is that it can sometimes be deeply painful. Too often, we encounter stories of loss, sickness, abuse, death and tragedy. And, our own lives are scarred by experiences we wish had never happened. In all this sadness and pain it is right that we should ask “why does God let bad things happen to good people?”
God might reply, “Why do people do bad things?”
Every piece of suffering and pain that we experience in life is the result of the ‘bad things’ that people do. This is easy to see in events such as wars, car accidents and crime. But what about the ‘natural’ diasters such as cancer and tsunamis? Well again, the ‘bad things’ that humans do are responsible. The Bible explains that in the beginning God made the world as a good and ordered world that was free from pain and suffering. Things would have stayed that way if humans had continued to acknowledge God for who he is. But when we failed to obey and respect him then the world became a place that was full of bad consequences. Even ‘nature’ itself became a source of pain. God let this happen because he gave humanity a free-will to decide how we live. "
One day he will turn all the bad things around and when he does there is going to be judgment and also resurrection.
You always are so poweful Kay Never lose this spirit it is strong. And I thank you at the end you Knew he can change it all. Wonderful job.
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Ceretainly makes one wonder and this write Kay certainly gives us all somthing to think about for sure.
|Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury
|To everything there is a season.A thousands years is but a day. Great poem.|