Comments received on poems by Chris Yellow



The mist nymph
FineB said:

Hello Chris,

A lovely write. Divine.

Keep writing FineB

November 29th, 2019 07:11

The dangling bait
Unsub said:

Chris,

left-field approach - totally got it!

Best poem today here on MPS.

Unsub.

October 23rd, 2019 08:27

The dangling bait
Joker44 said:

Definitely made me smile.

October 23rd, 2019 07:04

🍃 Autumn has come
BRIAN & ANGELA said:

Thanks CHRIS for the anthropomorphic analogy ! Yes as we grow older WE dso begin to change colour & shape etc ! Brian is 36 ~ He exercises a lot and keeps trim but there are a few steaks of silver in his hair ! Were getting married next year 2020 and hope for at least TWO KIDS ! Im only 31 so ive just passed from Spring to Summer and I am an ESSEX GIRL (see tomorrows Poem ESSEX IN THE FALL !) so I know how to groom myself !

Yours ANGELA & BRIAN 🧡💙🧡💙🧡

October 21st, 2019 10:17

🍃 Autumn has come
BRIAN & ANGELA said:

HI CHRIS ~ thanks for an awesome lyric poem on the FALL ! Because it is so kaleidescopic AUTUMN is the most musiest Season of ALL ! SPRING = light Green ~ SUMMER = dark Green ~ WINTER = White ! In AUTUMN a miracle happens ! The leaves turn from Green to a Rainbow R O Y G B I V (if you look hard enough) and then slowly flutter down like Flutterbyes and carpet the dark brown ground rainbowwise ! Its not just the colours its the shapes as well BOOTIFUL ! WE both love swishing through the WOODS behaind BRIANS Flat ! If you\'ve never been to see the *Aspens in the Fall* @ Colorado Springs USA ~ you havent lived !

Blessings Peace & Joy
ANGELA & BRIAN 🧡💙🧡
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October 21st, 2019 07:42

Lion heart meets its match
Goldfinch60 said:

Bravery is not always having to fight somebody. Good write.

September 10th, 2019 00:18

God Paradox
Goldfinch60 said:

As many on this site know I have recently gone through a transformation in giving up christianity, I believe that the religion applied to worship is so untrue and just do not trust it. My belief in My Spirit has not failed but your words are so true. I too am free to be the best version of me now that I have shed those religious beliefs (constraints?).

September 8th, 2019 00:31

The most terrible beast
LAWLESS said:

Great poetry! I was on the edge of my seat with the suspense.

September 7th, 2019 19:17

The balance is one to nurture.
LAWLESS said:

This says so much about our existence. The balance shifts and we must go with it. Inevitably we are insignificant; at least I hope so for earth’s sake.

Great, thought provoking poetry.

September 7th, 2019 19:02

God Paradox
LAWLESS said:

The debate of what God is, is just that, a debate. How many billions of people have died over others beliefs?

You pose interesting questions. Questions that many of us experience. I believe you’re on the correct path being who you are and want to be. A belief in God is unnecessary. It seems that people use it as a crutch to feel better. I’ve seen it fail too often.

You have earned your sleep with this excellent poem.Thank you for sharing.

September 7th, 2019 17:51

God Paradox
Unsub said:

Mr Yellow,

great poem; enjoyed by the awoken & will be hated by the blinkered & blind.

I do hope it opens up some constructive conversation about the questions you\'ve raised.

Don\'t hold your breath.

Unsub.

September 7th, 2019 06:21

God Paradox
Michael Edwards said:

I am with you on this - a fine write on a difficult subject.

September 7th, 2019 05:12

God Paradox
dusk arising said:

You are right to question the man made traditions of god worship. When we know that the Roman Catholic church is the wealthiest organisation on the planet and are mindful of the bible teaching \"it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven\" there does appear to be convenient dual standards at work.
Keep questioning.

September 7th, 2019 01:52

Goodbye fleeting river
kevin browne said:

Where to you leave to would have been an exciting ending to this wonderful and sorroful write. Good work, my friend...

September 3rd, 2019 01:51

Adrenaline shot
Fay Slimm said:

I agree with and admire your take on the second stage and the energy that rushes where we, moments ago feared to tread.

September 2nd, 2019 07:38

Fear of anticipation
Fay Slimm said:

Anticipation can either be pleasant or a danger to health - well expressed Chris is the feel of beginnings we cannot stop......... welcome to this friendly site.

September 2nd, 2019 07:35

The balance is one to nurture.
Fay Slimm said:

A bouquet of phrasing to sigh for and well worth another few reads - - so glad to have caught the drift of your poetic reflections on balance Chris - - into my favourites with this.

September 2nd, 2019 07:29

Goodbye fleeting river
dusk arising said:

Dismay haunts your poem but resolves within your strength to take control.
Self worth and self love rightfully in evidence here.
Compelling reading and so well structured.

September 2nd, 2019 05:34

The most terrible beast
sylviasearcher said:

This reminded me of perhaps how things feel for my son sometimes.

You expressed it so eloquently

August 21st, 2019 02:38

Tear drops 💦
dusk arising said:

What a refreshing read. So few seem to realise how envigorating and refreshing of spirit a flood of tears can be.

August 20th, 2019 09:02

Quantum
kevin browne said:

Fab and interesting read. Thanks for sharing your wisdom into the atomic world of atoms. Amazing...!!

August 19th, 2019 05:18

Wave of relief
Neville said:

yep.. I think ya done... N

August 5th, 2019 09:51

Adrenaline shot
orchidee said:

Choosing fight instead of flight or fright? Or moving from one stage to another.
Eventually we may get mad and say \'I\'m ***** gonna do it anyway, whatever anyone else thinks or does\'.

August 2nd, 2019 03:45

Adrenaline shot
Neville said:

You got it dont\'cha... well poemed... N

August 2nd, 2019 02:39

Fear of anticipation
orchidee said:

As Neville says \'Anticipatory anxiety can be very debilitating\'. Especially if I\'m about to sing. Who can bear it?! heehee.

August 1st, 2019 03:57

Fear of anticipation
orchidee said:

I never know there was some much eloquence in anticipation - phobic, fearful, or positively looking forward types! (lol).
Well, sounds better than saying \'I was just a bit unsure of what would happen\'! (heehee).

August 1st, 2019 03:55

Fear of anticipation
Fay Slimm said:

A fine first posting here on MPS and welcome Chris - - the write raises questions of when anticipation favours our choices and when not does it bring harm to our rhythm of life. I look forward to reading more of your work.

July 31st, 2019 12:35

Fear of anticipation
Neville said:

Well written and with more than a ring of truth to it.. anticipatory anxiety is like the proverbial double edged sword.. in certain instances it can actually help one perform well or better.. in others and particularly prior to an event, situation or circumstance, anticipatory anxiety can be variously debilitating..... but then you obviously know that already, either from personal experience or of knowing another or others who suffer similarly.... Oh\' I very nearly forgot, and welcome to my poetic side

Neville

July 31st, 2019 10:56

Fear of anticipation
BRIAN & ANGELA said:

GOOD AFTERNOON CHRIS ~ Welcome to MPS it is an empathetic site which works by mutual interaction ! I share this site with ANGELA who is my Fiancee. Thanks for your first Poem ~ elegant in Structure and interesting in Subject ~ ANTICIPATION PHOBIA !
It is a trait we all share *Fear of the Unknown* A new Town ~ A new Job ~ a new Relationship etc etc ! We have faced NEW situations in the past (and survived) but (Verse 1.) one is always APPREHENSIVE ! V 2. In such novel situations the *Rhythm of Life* always accelerates & intensifies ~ c\'est la Vie ! V 3. Yes we do laugh (inwardly) at our disproportionate inability to cope ? V 4. We resolve to think outside the BOX and beyond our *Fear of Anticipation* to the *Fruitful Ground of Conquest* AMEN.

Thanks for a very thought provoking Poem ! MORE PLEASE !
Yours ANGELA & BRIAN !
Please check our site ~ Thanks !

July 31st, 2019 09:57