|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|A poignant picture of living on the street.
|Reviewed by Darrell and Kathy Adams
|I am thinking a homeless person comparing a moth's state of being to his as he reclines on a park bench under his newspaper blanket, and thinking that although they may seem like not much to some, they really, in significant ways have signs of greatness and triumph in their lives. Then again it could all be a metaphore for Donald Trump and the little people. I am too literal today for sure. In any case I aplaud you for a very provocative write! Be well, Kathy|
|Reviewed by Budd Nelson
|a fine rendition about that elusive creasture
|Reviewed by richard cederberg
|Honestly ... did this construct evolve from watching a moth? A white-faced moth? Perhaps i'm just cracked in my interpretation. Observant and creative is a good combination, Odin, for someone drawn to express with words. enjoyed ...|
|Reviewed by Bennett Kremen
|The "beautiful loser" being exalted by spurning the world, a world where winners push more and more hydrocarbons, create more and more nuclear poison, etc., etc., etc. etc -- no, we haven't seen this sort of sentiment in a long, long time. And it's good to find in this era of Donald Trump that someone's still wondering whether triumphant success is really the cat's meow.