Comments received on poems by Confia.En.Tu.Corazon 87



Horizontal on the waves
L. B. Mek said:

my condolences for your loss dear poet..
I laud your exemplified strength - in choosing to continue to fight, may we all borrow from your example of survival..
keep writing, healing - one syllable at a time,
thank you for Choosing to share!

February 16th, 2021 06:11

Horizontal on the waves
FredPeyer said:

I am so sorry about your grandmother. Your poem is full of emotions and I do hope you will be feeling better soon.

February 15th, 2021 20:01

Thin Linens
Fay Slimm. said:

A genuine cry in the wilderness hits this reader from your honest pen - and if I may refer to the final question asked in your prose-poem the answer for me lay in giving time and attention to the deep inner self where leaving the outer behind we can find who we are. Our outer vessel hides the essence of our beautiful spirit. Hoping this helps my friend.

May 25th, 2020 02:15

Stop, Forward, Pause, Rewind.
dusk arising said:

I can see and feel where you are coming from with this. How much more difficult would it be were you writing from the husband\'s point of view.
I know from recent bout of chemotherapy how it feels to have your memory blanked out and it\'s very similar to your stop, rewind, start over scenario.
I think your piece is very insightful and quite corageous.

March 14th, 2020 16:24

Crisp clean
🐤s.zaynab.kamoonpuri🌷😸 said:

Time stood still while world is at play\" wow great paradoxical and poetic way to stay. Great imagery and muse combined wonderfully. Kudos.

Pleez do review/comment my newest poem too.

January 28th, 2019 13:25

Crisp clean
Goldfinch60 said:

I have just sat down in my regular coffee bar sipping my coffee and was very pleased to read your words.

January 28th, 2019 10:00

Crisp clean
dusk arising said:

Hey, what\'s in that drink. A mindful cocktail with a slice of reality served at world wide temperature.
I wish my local store stocked this.

January 28th, 2019 08:01

Confetti
Butterfly100 said:

Started to read your poems, I love all that I read. Thanks for sharing them.


August 24th, 2018 15:33

Leave it Behind
Tony36 said:

Beautiful write

December 4th, 2017 15:04

Leave it Behind
Saima said:

this is amazing, it was sad that it was so hard for you to tell him you loved him, but you had the guts to walk away, beautiful x

December 4th, 2017 09:36

Leave it Behind
Nicholas M. Langford said:

Wow this hits hard. Its so hard to live with a regret that revolves constantly in your mind, especially when its over the loss of someone you loved. I\'ve been living with this for a while now. \"Today I will think of you,/Like I did yesterday,/And probably for the rest of my life,\" I can\'t tell whether this is a feeling I want to go away, or I actually like keeping with me. It fills me with such a pensive, reflective attitude that fills me with passion. Maybe a passion necessary when I write. Thankful to see other artists experiencing the same feelings and so beautifully communicating it.

December 4th, 2017 03:03

Leave it Behind
PoeticPsycho said:

Beautifully told

December 4th, 2017 03:03

Confetti
PoeticPsycho said:

Beautifully told. I love the metaphors and way you have the power to create a vivid picture in my head with your words.

November 29th, 2017 20:13

Confetti
Alf W said:

Hello :) .. I love how you form this poem, having done so since childhood, and create for us those thoughts, feelings and emotions, and in our own imaginations you have planted such a beautiful seed. Love you poem, thank you.

November 29th, 2017 07:39

Confetti
🐤s.zaynab.kamoonpuri🌷😸 said:

Wow this is so imaginative n brill. Great freeverse muse here. I like to use the word confetti in poems but u used it in a metaphor sort of which is super. Kudos.




Do pls review my latest poem too., would luv u to add your thoughts on it.

November 29th, 2017 06:34

Confetti
Accidental Poet said:

Very beautiful poem Confia. So is this something you wrote, or someone else? I see this as you offering up your secrets to the moon and stars, and the confetti is their replies to you as inspirational ideas for you to write of. Excellent write. Thanks for sharing.

November 29th, 2017 05:28

I miss you before alcohol arrived
PoeticPsycho said:

I love your poem. I am blessed to say that I have not lost my parents to alcohol but I do come from a family in which alcoholism is prominent. It seems as if it was a bad habit passed down from generation to generation as a way of escaping the intergenerational trauma that has also been passed down. When I was little my grandpa lived with my parents and I, and I was very close to him. At a young age I knew about his alcohol habits because he was a violent drunk. So addicted to alcohol that he would drink even rubbing alcohol. Eventually he got locked up and served a prison sentence when I was young, and got sent back to Mexico. There are many many examples in my family where the alcohol has killed. Anyways, sorry to write so much about myself, I love your poem, and the way you word it. If you don\'t mind, I\'d like for you to check out acouple of my poems and just let me know what you think? It would be much appreciated, have a blessed one.

November 29th, 2017 03:09

I miss you before alcohol arrived
Accidental Poet said:

A very sad story of the relationship between you and your mother. Have you expressed your feelings to her? I have a 91 year old father who at times is more than a handful. So I know it isn\'t easy to talk to parents. They can feel offended so easily when you\'re not trying to offend them. I wish you both better times together in understanding and acceptance. I think she needs you as much as you have needed her all these years.

November 28th, 2017 19:54

The BluePrint
elliechanner said:

Such a passionate poet, I loved it and all its levels.

November 28th, 2017 17:36

I miss you before alcohol arrived
Joe Dawson said:

My goodness, how you must have suffered and no doubt still do. It is an awful thing to watch someone you love and who should be loving you for all you\'re worth destroy themselves in drink. You have been very brave and continue to be so I think. You have lived through more sadness and loss than you deserve and if there is any justice in the world I hope that one day you and your mum will be reconciled and the past nothing more than a bad dream. You recount your misfortune very bravely indeed. Your spirit does you credit and I\'m sure you will overcome and succeed in all you do. P.S. I hope I haven\'t spoken out of turn - your story is very moving - forgive me if I have. Bless you. Joe

November 28th, 2017 16:46

The BluePrint
germanamericanchurch said:

The voice and meter are very nice, made me readout loud a few times :)

November 28th, 2017 15:55

I miss you before alcohol arrived
germanamericanchurch said:

Touching feel much the same, that when I found the peyote way church :) Google it maybe

November 28th, 2017 15:53

The BluePrint
Accidental Poet said:

I too think it interesting that your accident seems to have triggered your reviving your interest in writing poetry. And using the idea of a blueprint in relation to a life, very metaphoric. A book that uses time travel to the future and past, also very intriguing. You\'ve got my interest Confia.

November 27th, 2017 19:05

The BluePrint
BRIAN & ANGELA said:

HOLA AMIGA ~ GRACIAS POR TU PRAIMA POEMA ~ DIRECTAMENTE DE TU CARAZON ! This is an awesome poem ~ full of energy and personality. It pulsates with rhythm because of its subject ~ \"Blueprint of a Life\" ! I like the dynamic way you have presented it as continuous urgent prose ! \"Your Moving Hand doth write ~ and having writ moves on ~ Nor all thy Piety & Wit can lure it back to cancel half a line ~ Nor all thy tears wash out a word of it ! There are some GEMS embedded in the matrix of this Poem ! \"It is her BLUEPRINT of what she has built\" \"It could go forwards and backwards ..... lots of twists and turns not many would understand !\" \"Like a maze so nifty and twined ~ her perfect escape ........ only she knows the path\" \"Her secrets ...... A vault of memories hidden .......\" \"All she knows is to push ~ push ~ push ..... like the gears to a clock \" \"Complete ...... Displayed for all to be seen ~ neatly framed with black & gold ribbon tucked away neatly in a box ~ and beneath the title will read THE BLUEPRINT\" Awesome ~ thanks for sharing ~ Yours BRIAN (UK) More poems PLEASE ~ Please visit my Poems ~ Thanks B

November 27th, 2017 15:59

The BluePrint
jenncampbell said:

Your words speak on many levels. I enjoyed your peace very much! Thank you for sharing :)

November 27th, 2017 15:04