Comments received on poems by lonelyraccoon



10/11/03
L. B. Mek said:

happy birthday!
thanks for sharing

October 12th, 2021 04:33

02:48:11
L. B. Mek said:

this is a wonderful read,
stylistically, somewhat reminiscent of Emily Dickinson,
without the rhyming..
thanks for sharing

October 1st, 2021 04:25

02:48:11
orchidee said:

Will the moment pass for you, and be a better moment? Is it 2:48:12 now?!

October 1st, 2021 02:11

Finding You
Goldfinch60 said:

That person will be wit you soon tb.

Andy

September 19th, 2021 02:20

Present Perspective
L. B. Mek said:

its rare to read such raw feeling\'s being expressed, with such poetic eloquence..
keep sharing, expressing: striving...
\'More power to you!\'


September 14th, 2021 04:18

distancing
L. B. Mek said:

as is true for most of us
the only guaranteed certainty in existence, is change
and that usually means
\'gone with what we\'ve chosen to shed\'
and being accepting of the new evolved, you..
thanks for sharing

September 7th, 2021 05:48

distancing
Robert Haigh said:

We all change over a period of years. As for not liking who we were: I think some aspect of that can be found in all of us too. As long as we can see ourselves changing for the better, we can consider ourselves to be on the right track.

September 7th, 2021 02:56

Surely...
Coyote said:

So much more L. Thousands upon thousands of things, big and small, go into making us who we are and those things are constantly changing. You\'re important and you matter. Hang in there and please keep writing. You\'re so very talented🙂

August 14th, 2021 15:31

Surely...
dusk arising said:

Defeat.No,... there is triumph in your words and the more you write then the more triumphant you shall be.

The catharsis of poetry fills this site.

August 14th, 2021 05:27

Parting Ways
L. B. Mek said:

this: is awesome...!
surreal, in its distilled simplicity
and yet
majestically profound
in its ability to word, succinctly
that lurking, formless shadowy thought
we dare not attempt: to comprehend..
thanks for sharing, dear poet

June 10th, 2021 03:50

Parting Ways
Goldfinch60 said:

That person for you is out there and once found all will be great.

Andy

June 10th, 2021 00:11

My Own Flesh And Blood
Tristan Robert Lange said:

Wow! Just seeing this now. Incredibly deep, vulnerable...I totally could relate with this. Thank you for sharing!

December 28th, 2020 23:43

be-lie-ve
Doggerel Dave said:

I\'d vote for nothing at all (ever since age approx 14).You can believe - yes (as you can believe in Santa or the tooth fairy) but you cannot know. For those who must believe, let them if it gives them a happy life.
Keep enquiring - think infinite time, infinite space; do not become lost (can be a dangerous trip if you stay there too long).
Good rational progression from you wrapped in fine poetic form.
Take care of yourself.
Dave

November 19th, 2020 03:37

be-lie-ve
orchidee said:

I see it as be-living. I\'ve spelt \'believing\' wrong here, I know.
I feel we need to believe in something, someone even - a God.
I don\'t believe in reincarnation, or spooky stuff like that though.

November 19th, 2020 02:55

Just For You
Clara said:

A poem about love is nothing new... But what you\'ve done here, a poem about self love, now that\'s refreshing! I like it! Great work!

November 18th, 2020 19:41

Until I did
dusk arising said:

This is an excellent piece of poetry. It displays what I have taken to heart, that poetry it\'s self is like a therapy. You can write yourself out of a bad place and it looks like you\'ve done just that and in this piece you briefly look back along your path.
I\'m an old man now and have seen a lot of changes, coincidentally today I post something i wrote about a low period in my early life.

What doesn\'t kill you, makes you stronger.

November 17th, 2020 09:54

Until I did
Goldfinch60 said:

We should always look ahead in our lives, the passed has given us the experience to be where we are today.

Andy

November 17th, 2020 01:40

Sterilite Tubs and Reflections
dusk arising said:

I disagree with your final line. You\'ve got a life, and a good head. You\'re working your way through lifes hurdles at a young age.... formative years...... you will eventually become self aware and able to love that which you are.

Think butterflys. They dont start out beautiful... and you are on your way.

The way you write has you on the right path without a doubt.... more please.

October 14th, 2019 16:26

Hypo-Mania
Gary Edward Geraci said:

Thank you lonelyraccon for “using your words” to write such a beautiful and moving piece. I am privileged to come across the rare piece where one writes from the lovely interior most place of their heart. What can one do with such pain? The deep stabbing pain of depression? Rejection? Isolation? I know of only one remedy: Write and share. Your pain is my pain and trust me, I wont let it go to waste. Solidarity dear one with the One whom suffered like no other.

May 14th, 2019 21:12

\"Did I Get Too Old For You?\"
laurenroe said:

i love this!
keep writing

April 24th, 2019 00:37

\"Did I Get Too Old For You?\"
kalanigarcia said:

very interesting

April 10th, 2019 20:44

\"Did I Get Too Old For You?\"
dusk arising said:

Hope you feel better after that. I see you have only read 4 other peoples poems on here and never commented on any (info on your profile page). You will attract more comment/interest from other poets if you read and comment on others work. That\'s how this site works best.

April 10th, 2019 09:58

Who\'s Life Is This?
EliDagger said:

Truly amazing piece, keep up the good work!

April 3rd, 2019 22:11

Spring Cleaning
FineB said:

Hello tb,

A wonderful poem and perspective on Spring cleaning.

Keep writing FineB!

April 1st, 2019 15:00

Hungry for Answers
Poetic Dan said:

Wow this was breathtaking. I ran away from my dysfunctional family at 14, I remember this unanswerable feeling and I soon got lost in hip hop and disappeared for a few years.
It\'s not easy to stay level headed but I promise everything will work out in the end. Even smoother with a pen and words expressed like this, never forget you\'re wonderful gift.

We are all poets
Waiting to know it
Much peace and respect

March 28th, 2019 10:41

Count down
Nicholas Browning said:

Who knows? Life\'s scary because we never know.
Best regards.

March 25th, 2019 18:50

Count down
Fay Slimm. said:

Questions we all ask at one time or another and put into poetic lines such as this after a health scare would make time more vital - -- writing it out will help and hoping soon the obsession will lessen - a moving read.

March 25th, 2019 17:13

What’s Reality?
Nicholas Browning said:

Well, in personal experience I\'ve been knocked out at school, and arrested at school. When I was in the 1st or 2nd grade, a tall guy who was a couple years older than me jumped off a playground tower and landed on my head. He didn\'t see me, so it wasn\'t his fault. It just happened. When I woke up, the whole school was there. Just staring at me. The ambulance was there, and so were my parents. They put me in a stretcher and sent me away. I don\'t really remember it as a bad memory though. It\'s just something that happened.
Another thing, when I was in highschool I was arrested for assault and battery. I slapped, and pushed, a guy who was bullying someone that I thought was my friend. That \"friend\" of mine didn\'t back up my story. So, I got arrested for being the bully. Walked out in front of the whole school in handcuffs. That was a tad bit embarrassing. I laughed it off though. Didn\'t get into any trouble really.
So, I guess the only advice to give you is to laugh it off. Screw what other people say. Can\'t let a million voices get you down when there\'s only one that matters.
Best regards.

March 22nd, 2019 23:50

Lesson Unlearned
Nicholas Browning said:

Sight deceives us more than anything. Our eyes lie to us all the time, unbeknownst to us all the while.
A nice message to accompany your words.
Best regards.

March 21st, 2019 16:42

Lesson Unlearned
sylviasearcher said:

Intriguing write.

March 21st, 2019 08:49

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