|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by Shannon McEwen on 10/17/11 at 08:43 PM|
nature always wins in the end!
|Posted by Dawn Davidson on 10/18/11 at 01:50 AM|
nice deep writ...leaves much to ponder; profound
look and truly poeticly expressed par excellence
|Posted by Philip F De Pinto on 11/19/11 at 12:38 PM|
another splendid effort George. your poetic temperament is certainly that of an archeologist's. you leave no stone unturned in this one, unearthing so many glow worms to light our way.
|Posted by Lori Blair on 12/05/11 at 11:34 PM|
dang it! we fail to see ourselves because we make excuses..we lie to ourselves for our heart-failings..but we can SEE, we just need to overcome the need to believe we are all good. Brilliant!
|Posted by Linda Fuller on 12/13/11 at 01:25 AM|
Your last stanza nails it. Great write.
|Posted by Kristina Woodhill on 01/13/15 at 04:00 PM|
Well said, George. That word "strut" is so descriptive, a vivid beginning image to this poem. You present us with our very human methods of figuring out our very human foibles. I agree with Linda Fuller about that last stanza. Congrats on POTD!
|Posted by Linda Fuller on 01/13/15 at 08:39 PM|
Glad to see this as POTD!
|Posted by Chris Sorrenti on 01/14/15 at 02:32 AM|
Excellent analysis of the human condition, George. Strong opening stanza drew me right in and continued to the finish. Don't know how I missed this one in 2009, but better late than never. Congrats also on POTD...well deserved!
|Posted by Rhiannon Jones on 01/14/15 at 03:17 AM|
Insightful analysis, and a well-put-together poem. Love it!
|Posted by Philip F De Pinto on 01/15/15 at 02:25 PM|
congratulations George on POTD. I feel any one of your poems can and should be POTD. Your poetry should be required reading for human beings, give there is much humanity in each and every poem.
|Posted by Ken Harnisch on 01/20/15 at 09:09 PM|
Don't know how I missed this gem the first time around, George. My bad. Glad I got a shot at redemption!