Comments received on poems by L. B. Mek



We, truth Scribbler’s: few
Goldfinch60 said:

So very true Mek, let us scribble away in our world of words.

Andy

January 15th, 2022 01:20

We, truth Scribbler’s: few
Rozina said:

A very enjoyable read. So true.

January 14th, 2022 22:04

We, truth Scribbler’s: few
Buzz Bray said:

Dylan Thomas is come and gone...his blood turned to words. This is great!

January 14th, 2022 19:58

Watermelons in Winter
PrEm Ji said:

life is a journey from loneliness, through loneliness, to loneliness... so let\'s us grow some kiwi\'s and watermelons for others!

January 14th, 2022 11:56

We, truth Scribbler’s: few
PrEm Ji said:

A true poet writes with his own blood as ink... you too...

January 14th, 2022 11:51

We, truth Scribbler’s: few
Teddy.15 said:

And very elegantly written. 💖

January 14th, 2022 08:27

We, truth Scribbler’s: few
Paul Bell said:

Words are powerful and must be handled with care. They also have to be sincere, and sometimes leave a message that gets you thinking.

January 14th, 2022 06:21

We, truth Scribbler’s: few
Valerie said:

Absolutely love this piece.
Expression through art is hard
because you are constantly self criticizing and trying to how to find words
that not only express your emotions,
but satisfy the reader.

January 14th, 2022 06:11

We, truth Scribbler’s: few
dusk arising said:

Do we have a choice. Our voices haunt us needing redemption of the page. The pains of expressing deep held emotion, frustration of conversion to the written word.... relief that the words have formed before us though tainted that someplace along the way they were traded for a convenience of another thought or more....

Being poetic, a mixed blessing of bliss and frustration.

January 14th, 2022 05:34

We, truth Scribbler’s: few
woundedheart said:

Love the depth within such brevity ☺

January 14th, 2022 05:15

Instinctively
kivous said:

I think with carefully and beautifully chosen words, you have put across a very deep thought. Loved it! Thank you

January 13th, 2022 17:04

Instinctively
Rozina said:

I don\'t know the answers. I don\'t think I ever will! But I\'ll be thinking of this now....Great piece.

January 12th, 2022 04:58

Instinctively
Paul Bell said:

I like how we start life all optimistic, roses and love. Then love\'s off with Joe, and suddenly the world has come to an end. Fear will get you to the river, sheer fear will get you across it.

January 11th, 2022 12:11

Instinctively
AuburnScribbler said:

A great couple of stanzas here L. B. Mek, you\'ve certain hit the nail on the head regards to the meandering river of life, that can frustrate and distort what we plan, but it\'s important on how we jump over the hurdles.

Bravo, and I hope that all is well!

January 11th, 2022 08:47

Instinctively
Goldfinch60 said:

Good words Mek but that grin will always outweigh the fear.

Andy

January 11th, 2022 01:40

Instinctively
Buzz Bray said:

Powerful imagery. That inner child, so wounded by life. Nicely done!

January 10th, 2022 21:03

Instinctively
FallenAngel1🕊 said:

Yup,..with my big five O less than a month away,(they say it\'s a milestone you know? Lol) this really got me thinking🤔 Well done🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟. Mission accomplished. Your work here is done. Now take a bow and shine bright🌟 😀✌️🕊

January 10th, 2022 14:56

Instinctively
spilleronsheet said:

Deep insight with great life experience paints a beautiful scenery on the canvas called life
Maybe with poetry and passing of years the lines mean a lot to me
True is the wisdom in the instincts that is a very special visitor of mine

January 10th, 2022 11:55

Instinctively
dusk arising said:

Ah yes, the gift of trusting in our instincts or do you refer to our final breath. The gift of faith will paint that moment.

January 10th, 2022 11:36

Instinctively
woundedheart said:

When we realise we really aren\'t immortal as we thought as teenagers, very insightful ☺

January 10th, 2022 11:06

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Teddy.15 said:

LOL 🤣 I love your imagery I can see you smiling from ear to.ear until the ball drops
It happens almost on a daily basis to me. Very relateble dear Mek. 💖

January 10th, 2022 06:39

Instinctively
kitty the naughty poet said:

A thought provoking piece.
Nice share

January 10th, 2022 05:23

Watermelons in Winter
A.D. Small said:

Watermelon does sound really amazing right now lol. I love the naturalness of this. Very well written. I really enjoy your work

January 10th, 2022 03:06

They label you: ‘Cold hearted’
kitty the naughty poet said:

in my mind’s dimensioning corridors
a resoundingly stale coldness, awakens
voicing life’s, inescapable: bitter truth
it has to be me, to yield
love’s cancerous mirages, to survive.

Wow I love that. Really great share dear friend

January 9th, 2022 07:41

They label you: ‘Cold hearted’
Garth Rakumakoe said:

A hurricane of the sharpest darts of descript. I could aliken this to those commercial vessel fishing nets. You really hauled out the ocean my friend. Particularly I must point out, even your presentation stands out by virtue of artistic posture, i.e font, shape, spacing, punctuation. It presents you and your uniqueness with little care for being \"pretty\". As a writer, I identify with that. \"Stoppering\".... An excavation right there my friend. I could go on ... An authentic masterpiece L.B. - Hat off to you sir!🔥

January 8th, 2022 00:05

Meditation
mish kanafani said:

Indeed ..to listen to ourselves ...intently and thoroughly.. weighing up the pro\'s and cons...then inviting in the ideas of others...incorporation... development and expansion ...great recipe ..thanks LB ...💐

January 7th, 2022 21:09

They label you: ‘Cold hearted’
Michael Edwards said:

Great read - it flows - the mark of an accomplished write.

January 7th, 2022 14:44

They label you: ‘Cold hearted’
Paul Bell said:

I will survive.
In reality, should really be the bywords to life.
Some will say you need to get knocked down to get up, and maybe they\'re right, still hurts mind you.

January 7th, 2022 12:50

They label you: ‘Cold hearted’
spilleronsheet said:

A fantastic imagery
Where every scene played
Played in front of my eyes
I could see the actor in play
Love struck and heartbroken
Clinging on tenterhooks to hold it or let go
The mobile’s dimlight and life holding as if the last line for the lovers to connect
Some connections hold on
Causing us in dilemma whether to continue or not
What if we never get the chance again
Every word conveyed the pain
Heart wrenching were the lines
The title spoke of a cold hearted
Why did it seem so overwhelming
The pledge of not being in same situation again
But alas the Cupid isn’t in our control
We could be only actors
Not the one writing the play afar

January 7th, 2022 12:03

They label you: ‘Cold hearted’
Poetic Dan said:

Holly **** what just happened, this was not expected but yet how could I not.

Such expressions of the soul

\"Not these morbid thoughts again\"

Hit me like an arrow at the end, holding on from the start as if there was something in your words I wanted so much but yet still can\'t let go!

I\'ll never know every step you have taken but to have a vibration like yours, must mean it\'s been no vacation.

Thank you for sharing my friend!

January 7th, 2022 11:49



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