"Two wrongs may not make a right but a thousand wrongs make a writer.”
From one small person to another, you're words are huge. Thank you.
This poem packs a punch. Fantastic. Such a strong message with such an economic use of words.
So true. Love it.
Sad and powerful!loveNlightGabi
Very good, even for the people in between.
Great post, Yvonne. Bloody, bloody BP!
Lovely thoughts, and a hope I think we all share.:)
Such a sad situation there, when I see those pelicans, my heart breaks.
Thank you, Yvonne.
heartbreaking! thanks for your words.
Don't you wish there really were take-backs, and do-overs, that mistakes could be unmade and words rescinded? You got to the heart of the matter. Lovely!
I have an award for you at my blog, btw!
Tricia,Words are all I have. Thanks.Al,Thank you so much. Smander,Thanks. I felt that in this instance, less was more.Jemi,Thank you so much.Gabriela,I appreciate your comment. Thanks.Anthony,Thanks for commenting. I appreciate it so much.Liza,Thanks!Talli,You said it!! And thanks.Lydia,Thank you so much. I'll be over to check out your blog.Joanne,Hi. I know. It is sickening. Thanks for visting my blog and especially for commenting.Cat,Thanks so much.Sarah,Hello. Thanks for reading my simple words. Thank you.Wine&Words,Yes, I do. And then I would push that smiling CEO in his smart sailing jacket overboard and sail away.
Wow. Very powerful. So, so sad.
I'm a blood courier and sometimes drive the coastline here in Louisiana. Words are inadequate to portray the tragedy here.RolandYour verse touched me,
Suzanne,Thank you.Roland,I have to know what a blood courier is. It sounds like a very important occupation. I'm so glad you joined my blog and commented here. It's nice to have the perspective of one who has been there. Thank you.
haha. well said :o)
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