|Reviewed by baz busbe
|Really like this poem, interesting to look at the crucifixion from a childs view. Baz|
|Reviewed by Louisa Dobbins
|This is magnificent!|
|Reviewed by Kathy Armijo
|"And a child shall lead them" If we could always see His beauty through an innocent child's eyes - the world would surely be a better place. I love the beauty in this poem. Superb!
God Bless you. Kathy
|Reviewed by Jill Eisnaugle
|I agree with Georg. Everyone, at some point or another, finds ourselves in a moment when we doubt and harbor guilt. Eventually, though, our eyes are always opened and everything becomes crystal clear!
Nice poem, Larry.
All the best,
|Reviewed by John Linville (Reader)
|That is an amazing view. I LOVE it. I think I can see another book, in the future.
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
|Spoken with a wisdom far beyond his age - beautifully penned. Well done, Larry.
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|I suppose Georg has it partially correct, we all, at one time or another deny Him three times before the . . . You know the rest . . . But I maintain this is a wakeup to reality which is, or should be, attributed to modern times . . . We, as a nation should understand that the crucifixion of Jesus was/is a metaphor for America the Beautiful in that we have allowed Pilate to "crucify" this once great country to the point where wrong is right and right is blasphemed . . . To the point where even as we speak a certain individual with roots in the murky past of a dark religion is asking us to accept him ascend to Pilate's chair . . .|
|Reviewed by Georg Mateos
|The saga continues and with it the author's soul towards the cleansing of the inner guilt that all we share.
A little bit of that boy should reside inside us.
|Reviewed by John Leko
|...again you have penned an inpiring write...through eyes of one small boy...opened.