Friday, July 3, 2015

Flood Of Flame Comments

Rating: 4.8
Our hearts are heavy,
Our souls are weary,
Our eyes are blurry.

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Abossey Allotey
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Kumarmani Mahakul 02 April 2019
Death provokes thought. Souls motivate mind to gain life with safety. This is a thought provoking poem brilliantly penned.10
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George Samuel 14 June 2016
This poem is really touching, good job. Sir please read my my poem your smile.thanks for sharing.
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Valsa George 29 September 2015
Hearts are heavy Souls are weary Eyes are blurry This sad refrain touches the heart of everyone who reads this poem! What a tragic incident! Death coming in the form of flood and fire....! Double monsters appearing suddenly and taking the lives of innocents! So many close ones lost their lives! So Ghana weeps for her departed heroes and heroines! But from this crematorium, the country will re emerge like a phoenix bird..... this is what Ghana hopes! A touching write, Abossey!
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Hemendra Singh Deopa 11 August 2015
Oh my god that was very tragic, even hard to imagine as it's sends chills down the spine man with numbness. God bless and may provides all people who suffered strength.
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Amitava Sur 09 August 2015
What a heart wrenching incident, what makes me dumb. My heart goes for those helpless people who gathered there to save their lives where they did not know even that it was a grave yard, patiently waiting for them! ! It's a befitting tribute for those lost lives by remembering them through this poignant penning Thank you..
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Chinedu Dike 01 August 2015
A sorrowful tale of tragedy, well articulated and subtly penned in poetic diction. It was a horrendous accident that caused national and international mourning. May the souls of the departed rest in peace. A good piece indeed.
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Oh my gosh. Feel like crying flood of tears. I like your poem poet
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Ayman Parray 17 July 2015
Dear Allotey, my prayers are with you and the people of Ghana and the poor souls who had to suffer this disaster. You have penned a heart breaking account of pain, suffering, trial and helplessness. God be with you all in this difficult time. I too share your belief that all will be well as Ghana Hopes and Ghana will rise again- Insha-Allah (with God's will) .
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Allotey Abossey 17 July 2015
Amen.... God richly bless you Ayman... The Lord really is with us
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Shreej K.c 16 July 2015
This is heart shearing, the way you portray it. And of course the hope something we Nepalese having faced the earthquake disaster can certainly relate to. Thank you for sharing.
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Allotey Abossey 16 July 2015
Our condolences to Nepal.... God is still Lord
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Charity Nduhiu 16 July 2015
Allotey, I also feel like mourning with you, i can feel that pain in my veins. I am truly so sorry for that loss of your country, may God console your hearts. A good write.
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Kumarmani Mahakul 16 July 2015
They tried! ! Hope against hope, They tried! To find a place to stride. But No! - - No! - - No place to hide; Fire - - Fire- - Fire on every side.........really a pathetic scene. Read your poet's note and came to know that flood of fire took the lives of 200 souls. I am so sorry for this. Your depiction on Flood of Flame' is heart touching and sadness. Many thanks for sharing.........10
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Jude Lavu 15 July 2015
I like the structure of the poem and the message expressed therein.
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Melissa Patty 14 July 2015
This poem really touched my heart, my thoughts and prayers go out to Ghana. God Bless.
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Allotey Abossey 14 July 2015
The good people of Ghana thank you for your concern.... God bless you
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Wonderful words that are full of hope in this creative and compelling cry for a hurting nation!
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Allotey Abossey 14 July 2015
Yep... But our nation will heal.... Tnx friend
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Edward Kofi Louis 13 July 2015
They died! ! ! With the muse of the incident that occurred in Accra. Nice work.
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Lyn Paul 11 July 2015
Sadness expressed and truly felt. Thank you
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Very sad. Let us fight tragedy, together we can put pain and sorrow down.
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Ramesh Rai 04 July 2015
A very tragic story. Water and fire are two elements which can not be controlled easily. if the two go beyond control then only God can save. You have sketched very true scenario with your ink. My condolences are with people of Ghana.May God give them strength to come over the crisis. Thanks for sharing.
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Roseann Shawiak 03 July 2015
Wow! What a tragic and devastating story of the loss of humanity. Water and fire are not supposed to mix, they are opposites! What an anomaly this was! A natural disaster combined with man's fuel. What are the odds of this happening? All of these poor souls must surely have gone straight to heaven. Your poem is a great tribute to their lives. Thank you for sharing it. RoseAnn
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