Comments received on poems by sylviasearcher

I hate weekdays and I hate weekends too
Jaxxie said:

Good one!

January 30th, 2023 15:22

Broken Perches
asrealastheycome said:

“Half filled with liquor
Half filled with sugar and salt
Half filled with all that wasn’t
And still could be”

Absolutely loved this killed it with this one

December 10th, 2022 02:42

Crumbs and Biscuits
Rocky Lagou said:

Okay so I think I\'ve unlocked it. Don\'t tell me \"yes\" or \"no\" because I feel like poetry is a forever ambiguous thing. But you\'re \"adorning\" your \"nighty\" with the bread crumbs. It\'s continuous, you continue to sneak into the kitchen to get more. My interpretation at least. Anyways, get back to sleep! tee-hee. Nicely done! 😊👍

February 16th, 2022 09:57

Crumbs and Biscuits
Laura🌻 said:

sylviasearcher ,

Great to read your very interesting and intriguing poem…as always.


February 15th, 2022 19:10

Crumbs and Biscuits
L. B. Mek said:

intriguing, not sure I comprehend completely
but am certain, of my appreciation for your poetry..
thanks for sharing, a good write

February 15th, 2022 05:39

Ode to Dead Bird
Michael Edwards said:

My kind of poetry - to the point and so poetic - Superb write.

February 2nd, 2022 15:38

Ode to Dead Bird
dusk arising said:

To find one of natures beauties like this would indeed inspire me to poetry too. Especially our beloved blackbird who enters my poetry with such a fine evensong which has lifted me so often.

Your feelings come across well in your poetry today.

February 2nd, 2022 06:45

Ode to Dead Bird
Neville said:

you did the write thing .. hope you are well & now back for good ................ N

February 2nd, 2022 04:31

Ode to Dead Bird
Fay Slimm. said:

And your words dear Sylvia weave care around the sad scene with this heartfelt lament to the loss of such beauty - - so pleased to see you back posting again.

February 2nd, 2022 04:27

Writing it out...
L. B. Mek said:

an intriguing read, semi: diary entry in topic and tone
yet, also comes across like an artist digging deep
to extract that semblance of inspiration
they can glimpse, but not quite grasp completely..
an entertaining read, really liked your use of pacing
thanks for sharing

June 21st, 2021 04:09

Writing it out...
Goldfinch60 said:

What if..... the most unanswerable question ever.


June 20th, 2021 23:49

Writing it out...
dusk arising said:

A poets dilemma when the muse is asleep and the mind turns in on itself for a while whilst the pen is in hand.

June 20th, 2021 09:55

You can tell everybody, this is my song
Maximus said:

I never got to say goodbye. You\'re weird in the best way possible.
I hope you make peace with the demons the way I have with some of my more dangerous ones.
The birds really do sing songs that are pure and true:)
Peace and love

May 16th, 2021 08:46

Chasing my Breath
🐤s.zaynab.kamoonpuri🌷🐦😽 said:

Wow stellar and wry musing, sharp and strong! Expressed in awesome rhyming and word choice. Kudos for this poem!!!

Plz do read and comment my newest poem too.

May 7th, 2021 02:56


I do delight in beautiful disasters its what makes them beautiful.
Love your use of words.
Very cleverly done.
Brilliant write x

February 27th, 2021 21:35

Poetry for the people
L. B. Mek said:

without innovations we invite stagnation...
a wonderful experience of symbiotic medium\'s delivering an empowering message...
though I think you can still share your words in written form, together with your video, that way those who choose to experience poetry in a more direct and personal nature can do so, no reason for limiting your audience, one format doesn\'t necessarily detract the value of the other I think (my 2 cents, please don\'t interpret it as criticism or judgement)
thank you for sharing!

February 4th, 2021 05:33

Poetry for the people
b-LAH-que said:

Nice visuals, and your poetry is perhaps even lovelier expressed through your voice than your writing alone

February 4th, 2021 01:08

Poetry for the people
AlitaOpal said:

Amazing work, I loved the video too 🌹

February 3rd, 2021 17:16

Poetry for the people
willow tree said:

well put together . I enjoyed it and was good to hear your voice and the way you wanted it to sound came across in the inflection of your voice . Really good poem well done

February 3rd, 2021 15:34

L. B. Mek said:

infused with that self-mined belief, of your true worth,
what an empowering read you\'ve sculpted - so cleverly,
I can only imagine your level of dedication, to craft something so insightful yet more meaningfully: accessible!
a great write!

February 2nd, 2021 04:38

Goldfinch60 said:

We aim for perfection in our lives but if we achieve it for what do we aim then.
Good words Sylvia.


February 2nd, 2021 01:45

Fay Slimm. said:

\"Perfect imperfection \"- - only a poet gifted with shaping words into new ways of presenting imagery could think of combining that duo. I have put this piece of reflection into my list of faves with humble thanks for sharing it Sylvia.

February 1st, 2021 15:47

dusk arising said:

The quandary of quandarys. Perhaps perfection is the act of taking part itself. For perfection, perceived as it is by only us the individual, for there will always be lesser and greater.

February 1st, 2021 11:52

heatherbee said:

Great words really enjoyed reading this.

February 1st, 2021 08:38

Days like these
FredPeyer said:

I really like this poem because, yes, there are days like this.....

January 25th, 2021 19:36

Days like these
TS said:

Tomorrow is always awaiting x

January 25th, 2021 17:11

Days like these
Doggerel Dave said:

Ennui? It\'s what gets me going in the end. the irritation with myself becomes a big motivator. Something I recognise too well as you have expressed the mood very clearly.


January 25th, 2021 06:27

L. B. Mek said:

It’s dark and heavy now
And terrifying
And vacant
Do you delight in its lingering?
For I do not
I hunt in the muds for words that make sense
But all I can spit out
In floods
That choke
Is that sound
Of Everything
And Nothing at all
The sum of my broken
though blurry at times and not quite as delectable as some would like their poetic delight\'s, your words cut out the bullshit and go straight for the jugular at the root core of all \'hmmm\' carcasses waiting at each end of our life\'s experience cycles, how well you\'ve hymned this \'age of anxiety\' (as Auden said it best) humanity seems incapable of shaking loose,
a wonderful write you\'ve penned

December 17th, 2020 05:24

FredPeyer said:

A great write, sylvia, it is still rambling through my mind after reading it twice. Love the line \'I hunt in the muds for words that make sense\'. I think that goes for every writer.

December 16th, 2020 12:00

peto said:

Hmmm, do you know what it means
For I do not
Great to see you writing sylvia
Always thought provoking

December 16th, 2020 07:48

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