|Reviewed by Mark Huntsman (Reader)
|We love nature and I teach our little girl to be kind to all the animals, we both take her to the zoo when the weather is good and walks in our national parks
|Reviewed by jude forese
|gentle and endearing poem ... just returned from upstate NY where the deer pass by right in front the window ...|
|Reviewed by Terry Rizzuti
|Here where I live, I like to watch the momma deer teach their young how to cross streets and roads. I also like to watch them discipline the young when they misbehave. Pretty amazing stuff, actually.|
|Reviewed by Laura Fall
|Aw this is such a sweet write Laura|
|Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
|I could never figure out how they come up with a number for "deer population". Hmmm, I saw one , that's one two many. Not sure but, I like yout take on things.|
|Reviewed by Rebecca Russell
|Reviewed by Ed J.
|Business means more than nature to too many people. good write.
Stay well and keep writing
|Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
|Your gentleness *Lily* comes
through loud and clear from
your Very precious heart..
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|I love deer. I used to spend hours out in Brazos Bend State Park off on the trails just watching them and their antics. I also used to hunt deer under strict rules and never shot one. Others bragged about shooting them illegally.
As a result of good hunting laws and enforcement, and private feeding of deer their populations have rebounded from a low around 1900 to sparse at the time I hunted to an all-time high. There are many more deer now than there were when the first Europeans came. Predators that deer populations in control are nearly gone in most states, so hunting has to do that job or there would be mass starvation.
Deer are gentle, but do not attempt a buck in rut. He may love you too much. ;-)
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|We so very sadly need far more Gentle Hearts these days. Far too many now regard all of these wondrous god-given creatures among us as disposable.|
|Reviewed by S Bergerac (Reader)
|You are as gentle and loving as these dear creatures dear Lady Lily, may all seek what nature brings
I bow and tip my hat to you
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|Deer I see very little though living in the woods I hear gunfire in the season and hope they miss their mark...man does not need to hunt anything unless he uses it for food which he rarely does...we need to learn to use what we got , not hunt for fun...e|
|Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci
|All I have to do is look out my front window and watch them graze upon my plants and shrubs which is why I won't use chemicals. I use lady bugs....and all I do is smile! At night when it's warm and the windows are open we can hear groups of them trotting down the street on the asphalt pavements. They are a joy!
|Reviewed by Budd Nelson
|you show us all a better way of treating nature especially when there are so many with harder hearts to natures family members
|Reviewed by Gail D (Reader)
|You are a beautiful soul, they are fortunate to have you. I wish all humanity were as loving and kind as you are. Some should take a lesson here.
|Reviewed by Diane Miller (Reader)
|You are an angel of the creatures, your gentle heart is apparent here.
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
|To give comfort and aid to the animals of this world is a valiant and wondrous mission for those so inclined to carry it out. We have paved and build roads and fenced our animals out to the point where even I, not a rabid animal rights person can see what we have wrought. I love animals, and although I was raised within a "hunting" community, I myself have never hunted, not did my father. I commend you Carol, for what you do for the animals within your reach . . . I try in my own little way to do the same . . .|
|Reviewed by Adriaen Valerius (Reader)
|What a sweet little poem Carolee, not only about the gentleness of deer and nature but also about the gentleness of your heart.
Beautiful and sweet