|Reviewed by Jim Dunlap
|Four more years of Bush and we may all be homeless, or ashes where the bomb went off. I have known a number of homeless people over the years. Most were homeless because they gave up. They quit fighting. It's a tough old world, and nobody ever promised us a rose garden. I grew up poor, and I am still fighting to survive after all these years. Nothing comes easy for me for some reason. I can't even afford to have my book reprinted. Anyway, I'm glad you have a positive outlook on things.|
|Reviewed by Marco Landi
|yes what a wonderful reminder..Thanks|
|Reviewed by Regina Pounds
|Excellent writing, true...and thanks for the reminder that peace and purpose can be ours - eventually.
May 2004 bring you much joy!
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|There is a lot of wisdom expressed here. Optimistic in hope. Thank you. Regis|
|Reviewed by A PAX
We let it drip and drip into our space
Until the last drop has joined the place
|Reviewed by Rodd Jokre
|It's a good point... Thanks for sharing...
"Our spirit takes over
bringing us peace and purpose.
And our hearts begin to move forward."
|Reviewed by Evelyn Simon
|Well said. :0)
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|Well said Laurie. Liked your poem anyone with a heart as big as yours has there reward in heaven
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|Wonderful poem, and wonderful is what you're doing to help the homeless, Laurie. Kudos to you!|
|Reviewed by Karen Cino
|Beautifully written. Yes, we have a very big homeless problem in New York City. Some homeless because they lost their jobs and homes.
And our hearts begin to move forward. Excellent words. I hope that through your books and words that people will open up their hearts to those less foruntate then themselves.