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|Reviewed by Odin Roark
|With so much packed into four short lines, it challenges the senses to sort out the directions this points us in. To associate the word "tribes" with not only the given nature of the mid eastern countries, but to think the distinction through... we arrive in our own back yards, where for me, the fracturing nature of our own religious insanity grabs the metaphor and throttles it into even greater organic meaning. Succinct, incendiary for the thinking mind, and quiet in its imploding wake-up call... again, for the conscious.|
|Reviewed by Sheila Roy
|Well said, Anita. I'm not sure I've ever fitted in any place. Well, here in the Den, I have... Hugs,
|Reviewed by jude forese
|cultural as well as religious insanities ....|
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|Originally, we banded together for survival. But I think that concept has gotten out of hand when you have to “belong,” to make a difference. That's why I will continue to defy what people think a quadriplegic must be and continue to shake them up by doing it, “my way.”
|Reviewed by Andy Turner
|Once we grow up, then such nonsense shall hopefully cease. bloody poignant!|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Hmnnn I looked at the pic after reading this Anita, and it seemed to bring to mind that just like the zebras we may all bear the same outward coverings but it is our actions and deeds that truly define who we are the samd as the herd has a leader that somehow distinguished him. herself.
|Reviewed by John Flanagan
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|I'm the all albino zebra all the way in the back...yeah right there, see me...|