Comments received on poems by Christopher Aaron



A Long Time Ago
Christopher Aaron said:

Tamara thanks for your comments - some poets write fiction but this guy, even though the message isn’t specifically for him, (this one is) writes about things that are or could happen-

November 21st, 2018 20:45

A Long Time Ago
Tamara Beryl Latham - The Poet said:

Christopher, this poem is so heartfelt and captures your family on this earth with the hope of you all meeting your spiritual Father at the end of this life.

A great read. :-)

November 21st, 2018 13:50

Lonely
Christopher Aaron said:

Thanks for showing interest and reading- this answer to your comment is kind of late- I don’t think very many of us really understand what ‘lonely’ means unless we’ve been there ourselves- it would be good if we kept our eyes open and reached out to those we feel could use a friend-we might be able to prevent something more tragic occuring in those peoples’ lives later on

November 18th, 2018 16:34

Re-demption
Christopher Aaron said:

True- and in this case it wasn’t just the friend recognizing the good qualities but like you said, helping his friend become aware of their positive effect on others

November 18th, 2018 14:58

La Parte Más Importante De Mi Ser
Christopher Aaron said:

I’m actually the lucky (blessed?) one- she is just receiving an accurate description of the kind of person she is and what she means to the author-

November 18th, 2018 14:21

What Did You Say?
Christopher Aaron said:

True- the poem actually has more to say about our tendency to share something ‘newsworthy’ without knowing first its veracity- if we’re going to share do it with someone we trust who won’t pass it on further, like a spouse

November 18th, 2018 13:40

Mi Famoso Papá Frita(o)
Christopher Aaron said:

It\'s a play on words in Spanish. Frita or frito means \'fried\' Papas fritas is french fries. Frito also means mischievous (slang). papá (father) is masculine so papá frito (a) means mischievous father. See if you can\'t figure it out better with that explanation.

November 17th, 2018 00:15

Mi Famoso Papá Frita(o)
orchidee said:

Erm, I\'m not understanding this in Spanish!

November 16th, 2018 14:36

Diferente
Tamara Beryl Latham - The Poet said:

De nada y buena suerte. :-)

November 15th, 2018 16:30

Diferente
Christopher Aaron said:

Gracias por tomar el tiempo para leer y tu comentario. El poema era en inglés y quería traducirlo para algunos que hablaban sólo español. Ya no sé de donde vino el poema.

November 14th, 2018 17:13

Diferente
Tamara Beryl Latham - The Poet said:

Bueno, Christopher. :-)

Me gusta tu poema, pero deberías traducirlo al inglés.

Gracias por tu publicación.

November 13th, 2018 18:14

Who are you?
Debsspot said:

Sadly true of most people i think.

November 13th, 2018 06:15

Who are you?
onepauly said:

like if you see a bald man, you have an idea about him. if he had long hair your idea of him would be different.

November 13th, 2018 03:31

Who are you?
Goldfinch60 said:

We all put on masks to face the different aspects of our life - who really knows who we are?

November 13th, 2018 01:24

What Did You Say?
Goldfinch60 said:

Good write - never assume it makes an ass out of you and me.

November 8th, 2018 01:34

Caitlyn Leaves Us
Christopher Aaron said:

Thank you again for reading Maxine, and your comment. FYI the mother, after more than a year, is still having a hard time accepting what happened. Here is what I wrote for the parents right after --
https://mypoeticside.com/show-poem-92331

November 5th, 2018 15:01

Caitlyn Leaves Us
Maxine Smith said:

Such an emotional read, you write beautifully, this is truly a heart felt piece of which touched me.
Sending love to you and your family.

November 5th, 2018 14:21

Caitlyn Leaves Us
Laura🌻 said:

Christopher,

First and foremost my sincere condolences to you and your family!

An excellent write delivering a beautiful message...
“Let us bring every one we know into our hearts
Listen to and love them. That’s where the bonding all starts.”

Thank you for sharing!

~Laura~

November 5th, 2018 10:35

Caitlyn Leaves Us
Fay Slimm. said:

Oh these words touch th every heart of grief at losing so suddenly one so loved - a worthy reminder my friend to make the best of time allowed and to feed love into each and everyone\'s hearts. A terrible tragedy and my prayers go out to all that are left. May Caitlyn rest now in peace.

November 5th, 2018 10:25

Blind Man
Christopher Aaron said:

Thanks for your read and comments my friend- sounds like your friend is a good example of someone who has made the best of her challenge and has grown because of it! Kudos to her!

November 5th, 2018 07:57

Blind Man
Goldfinch60 said:

One of our good friends has a loss of sight, one of the most positive ladies that I have ever known.

November 5th, 2018 01:19

Blind Man
Christopher Aaron said:

Thanks for reading Maxine and your evaluation. The poem is actually a song written just for that purpose: to help disabled people understand they have many ways they can contribute to the lives of others and help them. That they a purpose in life greater then many of us because they can help and inspire in spite of their individual disabilities. Here\'s the song, I didn\'t post it because it was made a long time ago and it would be difficult for me to redo it now.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqTlx_Ahbcc



November 4th, 2018 15:03

Blind Man
Maxine Smith said:

A brilliant read. I actually work in a college assistant teaching vunberable adults with learning disabilities, this is inspiring.

November 4th, 2018 14:40

The Subject of Lands Land-ed in my Hands
Andrew Charles Forrest said:

Very thorough Aaron

November 2nd, 2018 12:06

La Diferencia De Hacer Y No Hacer
Christopher Aaron said:

Your college Spanish served you well. Your summary of the poem was correct, but it went even further than that....that some people say they will do it and they don\'t. They promise but don\'t fulfill their promise at all! Thanks for reading Laura--

November 2nd, 2018 10:47

La Parte Más Importante De Mi Ser
Laura🌻 said:

Christopher,

A beautiful write! Lucky the person for whom this is intended for!

~Laura~

November 1st, 2018 20:02

La Diferencia De Hacer Y No Hacer
Laura🌻 said:

Christopher,

I read your posting! I think I understood the message being conveyed.
When one promises to do something, they shouldn’t put it off!
As the saying goes...
“Don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today!”

I hope my college Spanish served me well!

~Laura~


November 1st, 2018 19:23

La Diferencia De Hacer Y No Hacer
Andrew Charles Forrest said:

If everyones going to do it Aaron then I\'m not going to...
how do I say that
Great write
Andrew

November 1st, 2018 12:51

La Diferencia De Hacer Y No Hacer
orchidee said:

Erm, good write, if I bothered to understand a word of it! Some poems appear in Greek - true! It\'s some error in the script I think.

November 1st, 2018 12:41

La Parte Más Importante De Mi Ser
Christopher Aaron said:

Brian...what a pleasant surprise to receive your note. UK...what part are you from, or where do you live? You must have or must now (because she is in NZ and you in UK) feel this \'lack\' of your other part. My wife is from Bolivia and I wrote this for her a few years ago. And she continues to be that most important part of my life. Many years ago my closest bud went to NZ (Auckland) on a mission for my church. I hear it is an awesome place! I would love to go to the UK sometime. Write back again any time. Saludos! I would try to always (from this point on) treat her the same way you treat her now. You won\'t regret it!

October 31st, 2018 22:44

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