I love to hear....
Re: I love to hear (Score: 1)
by Pujakins on Thursday, September 26,2013 (18: 51: 16)
This writer is consistent in his exhortations to all and I appreciate his vivid spirit and beautiful heart. A very loving effort. Thank you. Warmly, Tasha
Hasmukh your poem reminds me of the environmental cause a famous Axlepino poetess believes in, her name is Zhivka Baltadzhieva. Can I share your beautiful poem to read? Thank you so much!
Dr. Joseph W. Schnapp, Jr.8 hours ago
This is one of the first poems I've had the pleasure to rate & read that addresses the religion of Islam and the many millions if not billions whom follow this great path...
The abovesaid God, The Creator, The Great Spirit, First-mover and so on and so forth goes by many different languages (tongues) yet, if you take the time to really investigate these religions- nay: every religion the world has known, there run amongst and betwixt them certain truths and teachings... many of our Christian folk would readily recognize the so-called golden rule which is in essence: Do unto others as you would have them do to you. and any other number of comparable sayings and teachings...
One minor religion oft overlooked are the Bahai's whom follow The Bob which was their most recent prophet whom was incarcerated and died in Arab prisons in the late 1800's sadly.
So it is with absolute equity that I rate this submitted poem four (4) stars this day and primarily due to its underlying message,
Bijim Dominic14 minutes ago
like to read the poem, poet shares his views with heart, like to read the poem, all the best
Jawahar Gupta15 minutes ago
A place to live in with pride.
With the Changing Scenario
No one love antique
But Novel latest models, ,
A Very heart touching
And speaking the real mind,
I Love the poem, ,
The way it moves
Ruchika Sharma18 minutes ago
This one was good...
Dana Moon18 minutes ago
lovely thought to finish on
Liril Machaiah14 minutes ago
Your emotions as you got back to your ancestral place is very well depicted in this poem! Am sure it was nostalgic for you...
Lisa Spears3 days ago
I sincerely like the message of this poem. Who would not wish for peace? I think on the last line maybe you mean Let skirmishes and bloodshed have no cause? I guess I'm confused on how the last line is worded. I would want skirmishes and bloodshed to have much pause vs. little pause. If skirmishes and bloodshed are paused, then they are not happening. Thanks for your message of peace my fellow poet.