|Reviewed by Sandy Hoynacki
|A thought to ponder without answer from time to time and end to end..This has many areas in which to dwell.....Sandy|
|Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
|Even when the truth hurts, ignoring it won't make it disappear. A child caught in a lie, especially a lofty one, will certainly cry, even if the lie was not their own. Patrick|
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|I sense some deeper meaning… Some sorrow… Some pain… That I cannot fathom in this poem.
|Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
|children are the first to say it straight. probably cry for lack of fairy tales and the truth in sarcasm. great write.|
|Reviewed by Christine Tsen
|Deeply felt and powerful.
|Reviewed by Amor Sabor
|It is strange...is it not that children are adept at filtering out the truth from a lie. Well done|
|Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
|Wow! This one speaks volumes..........nicely done, Pat! It's amazing sometimes how a few cleverly penned phrases read like a thickly bound book!
|Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger
|Children cry for not to understand the truth be told.
Excellent write Pat.
Lady Mary Ann
|Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci
|This is so moving!|
|Reviewed by John Flanagan
|when fairy tales are too serious
to be laughed at or ignored..
excellent work, Pat, right to the truth
|Reviewed by D Johnson
|Children remember the lies long after they realize they are lies and not truth. Damn good write.
|Reviewed by D. Vaineo
|Pat, We all have been told lies, but when you lie
to a child, they know they are being lied to and
therefore they do cry. Short and full of wisdom!
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
|Back in "tha" day, Pat, this poem would have been called "heavy, man, heavy." Heck, it is still heavy in my opinion.
Lies / Truth / Shame / Children
Those four words all together is enough to make a grown man cry.