we worry about too much
end so well
Copyright by Dr John Celes 23-08-11
by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,
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26 Oct 2016 03:57
I thought the message was clear and poignant, I really like this poem.
Seamus O Brian
07 Sep 2016 10:35
Enjoyable. Thank you!
26 Aug 2016 02:18
Good message...timely voicing of issues.
Unnikrishnan E S
01 May 2016 10:06
Lawrence, A haunting poem, long after you have gone through it. Calling back again and again. Ordinary words, but extraordinary poetry. It just as Rabindranath Tagore wrote: That words have meanings is just the difficulty. That is why the poet has to turn ans twist them in meter and verse, so that the meaning may be held some what in check and the feeling allowed a chance to express itself. Yes, Lawrence, you have achieved a free flow of feelings. Much above the meanings and words. That is what poetry really is. Excellent. Congrats. Keep writing.
14 Aug 2015 12:09
You might gain some sympathy, From someone who recognizes you are in disguise. And they are in the mood, To share with you their good attitude. IF they have some of 'that' left! ' Truly, if they don't recognize, then nothing and if recognized, the good attitude should be left in them The poem brings out the fading goodness in man and conveys the great message Loved reading the poem and added to my poem list