Comments received on poems by MissileOfUncertainty

peto said:

I disagree with you there
When we recognize a problem we grasp it
Only then can a solution be found
You are on your way

June 29th, 2020 09:08

dusk arising said:

You\'ve got it sussed!

June 28th, 2020 17:06

dusk arising said:

So walk away, or did someone take your legs away?
\"Without you i\'d be trash\" contradiction to your christian belief, did god create trash in his own image.... or are u beginning to realise the myth of christianity?

February 26th, 2019 04:49

Societies Decay
🐤s.zaynab.kamoonpuri🌷🐦😽 said:

Wow this is creative muse, strong and powerful. I like how you bunched the American Dream with nightmarish scream. Great metaphor crafted as well. Kudos.

Pleez do review/add your thoughts/comment under my newest poem too . I like meeting new poets and their poems.

December 6th, 2018 10:21

Take Me Away
Echo Seeker said:

I loved it. You truly have a gift for poetry.

December 2nd, 2018 16:50

Take Me Away
Neville said:

a most original little gem in my humble opinion, certainly very much enjoyed.. but almost impossible to read between the lines..... I bet you like Dali... I do.... All Good Things, N

December 2nd, 2018 12:36

The Story Of Procrastination
Medusx said:

Time is frustratingly fluid though. When you\'re avoiding or dreading something, it seems like there\'s never enough time, but as soon as you\'re waiting, looking forward to something, minutes just don\'t go quick enough, let alone months.

September 27th, 2018 19:23

The Story Of Procrastination
G84 said:

It always fascinates me the concept of time, it always existed yet we labelled and measured it and in doing so developed an obsession with numbers which we placed on clocks so we quite literally watch time tick away!
For me personally I always feel like time is running out but it never is it’s juss how it is perceived.

A thought provoking poem which can 100% relate to, almost like the rabbit from Alice in wonderland - no time to stop!

September 27th, 2018 17:38

Death is a Ghoul
spiritofgod said:

Reminds of the lines from Rubaiyat.
\"Ah, make the most of what we yet may spend,
Before we too into the Dust descend.\"

Divine remembrance which is often forgotten. Beautiful poem.

September 26th, 2018 00:37

The Myth of Love
dusk arising said:

Love the way you describe your solid positive view of yourself whist revealing the tragedy of frailty of inner pain. This is how life is.

September 24th, 2018 18:44

The Myth of Love
Christina8 said:

I love this poem so much! The first stanza had me hooked. So relatable. I a agree with hodgetiger when I say \"breathtaking!\"

September 24th, 2018 17:36

A Portrait of a Dead Boy
FredPeyer said:

The painting is very good, and so is the writing, MoU!
We tend not to think of death unless or until we are confronted with it. Then it can hit us very hard, as you expressed so well in the poem. And you are right, by painting him and writing about him, that boy is not dead. Nobody is dead as long as we carry them in our heart.
I especially like these two lines:
\'Free from being dead,
And free from being alive.\'

December 5th, 2017 03:34

A Portrait of a Dead Boy
Michael Edwards said:

So good to see another artist posting and such a great poem and painting - great work.

December 5th, 2017 02:06

Not the Problem
FredPeyer said:

Very well written, very well stated, MoU! I do agree with you that my generation (I am 69) screwed up royally. We are leaving a big mess for the generations after us to clean up.
After reading your poem, an old story popped into my mind: A convict and drunkard hat two sons. One son became a convict and drunkard, the other one became a doctor. When asked why they became what they were they had the same answer: What do you expect with a father like that?
So, MoU, your life is what you make it!

November 27th, 2017 20:36

Not the Problem
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November 27th, 2017 18:44

Say Goodbye
FredPeyer said:

Very good, thought provoking poem, MoU! Hope you don\'t say goodbye to us here, we want to read more!

August 21st, 2017 22:55

FredPeyer said:

MoU, had to make this a favorite, it is that good! (At least as far as I am concerned). Love the doughnut reference, and you are so absolutely right in what you are saying. Unfortunately there are too many people like that.

August 16th, 2017 01:04

To Be Beautiful
FredPeyer said:

MofU, you just wrote the blueprint of how a man should treat the woman he loves. Great poem!

July 20th, 2017 13:56

I Danced
FredPeyer said:

Great, great poem MofU, live every day as if it is your last day!

July 20th, 2017 04:02

I Danced
kevin browne said:

you have certainly punched a hole in the quest for life. i really adore your attitude. can I have some please? dance til the sun don\'t shine anymore x

July 19th, 2017 23:31

A Safari
Heather T said:

You\'ve done a great job expressing anxiety (which I also share). The first stanza is my favorite.

July 18th, 2017 23:32

A Safari
FredPeyer said:

MofU, reading your excellent poem made me all itchy! No seriously, I do like it and wish you all the best. And don\'t plan on any safari soon.

July 18th, 2017 21:03

Ocean, Dear Ocean
Tony36 said:

Well written and expressed

July 14th, 2017 18:33

Ocean, Dear Ocean
FredPeyer said:

Beautiful poem with an even more beautiful ending. There is hope after all. And we do \"dream of drifting out to sea\". There is something very soothing about drifting in the ocean, maybe connecting in the subconscious with the womb (deep thought!) or maybe just because we want to find that elusive mermaid (not so deep thought!).

July 14th, 2017 15:19

Ocean, Dear Ocean
Nicholas Browning said:

That last line is the truth if I\'ve ever read it. Well done. You won\'t be alone forever.

July 14th, 2017 12:16

Not the Broken One
Jabberwocky said:

It\'s what we choose that defines us, and how we refuse to own what is chosen for us.
Very strong.
Great last verse.

July 14th, 2017 06:32

Not the Broken One
FredPeyer said:

I apologize, I wanted to comment, but I just cannot find the words. Your incredible poem, especially the last stanza, made me so sad. But it also shows your incredible strength.

July 13th, 2017 22:18

FredPeyer said:

This is just great, describes me and my wife perfectly. Ah yes, you guessed right, I am the weed, and we are still growing! :-) Thank you for a great poem.

July 13th, 2017 22:09

To the Next Woman
FredPeyer said:

Very well written, one can feel the pain when reading. I understand where you are coming from, and I am sorry this happened to you, but if you look carefully you might find that not EVERY man is like that. The problem is to find the right one, and I pray you will one day.
This coming from a guy who is happily married for over 40 years!
And by the way, my wife is the boss! :-)

July 13th, 2017 22:05

Not the Broken One
Nicholas Browning said:

Rape? It\'s not a good subject for me. I don\'t like it, and anyone that does this in the real world, is a degenerate scumbag that needs his tool chopped off. If you actually went through this, and decided to share it, then you have my condolences. The last stanza is amazing, and I mean it. If you like writing, then keep doing it. Don\'t let what those monsters say stray you from your path. Thanks for this.

July 13th, 2017 15:23

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