Thursday, November 15, 2007

A Lush Green Garden Comments

Rating: 5.0
Before the first ray of sunlight
on a frosty winter morn.
The frost has hazed the windows
to a feature of lands


David Harris
Alison Cassidy 21 November 2007
Another interesting parable about the inevitable consequences of continued and continuous consumption. Have you read Dinosaurs and All That Rubbish by Michael Foreman? It's a splendid children's picture book which has a similar theme and a happily ever after ending. In the end, no matter what, green will prevail. Excellent poem. love, Allie xxxx
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x... x... 15 November 2007
I really like this David. It reads like a mini story to me..I love your story poems. marci.m.
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Sonny Rainshine 15 November 2007
There is a very popular book out now called The World without Us. This poem reminded me of it. No question that we'll pay if we don't acknowledge that the earth has a finite limit of resources and that we have to live within those limits. Good poem.
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Francesca Johnson 15 November 2007
A dire warning for mankind here. And you may be right. Will we go the way of the dinosaurs? A poem to contemplate...... Love, Fran xxx
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