Comments received on poems by L. B. Mek

They label you: ‘Cold hearted’
Saxon Crow said:

\'there won’t - ever

be another: again!\'

Right there says it all my friend.

Brilliant piece of poetry Mek. I was there with you all the way

January 7th, 2022 10:42

They label you: ‘Cold hearted’
Teddy.15 said:

LoL damn love dear Mek, one of my all time favourite dance and karaoke songs that I have sung many times with a passion. Beautifully executed a poem that tells not all is perfect but we will move along and maybe we will or won\'t find that one that could be perfect. Fab, although hoping it\'s just fiction. 💖

January 7th, 2022 07:05

Windows, as mirrors
John Prophet said:

Dear poet you have a gift.
Wonderful write!

January 6th, 2022 19:30

We too, were Romeo’s - once
mish kanafani said:

Love this...the wonderful imagery of anticipation beneath the windowsill...the promise...the dreams...the want...that moment captured holds all the magic.

January 6th, 2022 09:08

Windows, as mirrors
melellendixon said:

Excellent as always.

January 6th, 2022 01:08

Windows, as mirrors
Goldfinch60 said:

Very good words Mek, may this year bring more wonder to your life.


January 5th, 2022 01:28

Watermelons in Winter
GardenDelights said:

Very enjoyable! You present much worth pondering here. You sculpt with ink in many highly descriptive phrases. Some of note for myself: \'There’s, not enough poetry in the world /and far too much of it, simultaneously\' \'creatures, who thrive best/ draped, in starlit blankets/
of kindness and love\' and your final verse.

January 5th, 2022 01:06

Windows, as mirrors
viper blossom said:

Your poems evoke a kind of sad emptiness in me. They\'re so flowery and remind me of how I used to write poetry during some of my darkest times I try to eclipse when I was seventeen. They\'re darker poems than what I\'ve chosen to publish here. I grouped 40 together and named them Poems to Read Aloud When I\'m Gone. Life never gets any easier, but my style of writing has changed greatly into an almost lyrical direction, and when I\'m composing now I listen to my favourite music. Before I could only write in silence, and I\'d recite them. Great piece. I especially love: \"lava dedication
as eyes squirm\".

January 4th, 2022 20:19

Windows, as mirrors
Jerry Reynolds said:

Good write, L.B.
Happy New Year

January 4th, 2022 18:33

Windows, as mirrors
dusk arising said:

Like your moth my mind took flight across instinct and will. Whatever drives Mr Moth undermines his species survival, for one day, just as humanity cannot cease to be led into commercial, environment bending, self destruction, he too and his ilk will die away..... whilst other life forms casually take his place and reform our planet.

January 4th, 2022 14:58

Windows, as mirrors
spilleronsheet said:

The evolution of man was inscribed
I read the Darwin theory but slept halfway unkind
But alas i hit a jackpot reading such a beautiful evolution of a butterfly
Who summed up all emotions of mine
A vivid poetry
With such engaging imagery
Last year summed up in those lines
A very engaging and intriguing poetry
Hats off dear Mek

January 4th, 2022 13:18

Windows, as mirrors
Paul Bell said:

If only animals could speak, they might be asking themselves what the hell is going on with the humans.
I suppose we\'re all on a journey, and for some the journey will end prematurely. I suppose, like the animals, the obstacles are in front of us too, and maybe some nice soul might be at hand to help us out. You paint one magical poignant poem.

January 4th, 2022 12:12

Windows, as mirrors
Eugene S. said:

A protean use of language describing the spinning wheel of life we all so erratically stumble through. Really interesting read. I can say that I read through long poems way too quickly (always in a hurry...hey, I can relate to the tempo this poem sets). Favoriting for sure.

January 4th, 2022 12:06

Windows, as mirrors
Poetic Dan said:

Wow.... what a journey you just took me on... think I\'ll take a nap now lol

I wish! Again still trying to comprehend where i just went but thank you

January 4th, 2022 11:14

Windows, as mirrors
Teddy.15 said:

LOL I could see you for some reason 12 midnight opening the kitchen window and letting out the old letting in the new, karma can certainly come round any time to bite us on the bum. Mek.this is a masterpiece for sure. Bowing most in honour to your amazing talents, Kudos. 💖 Happy new year dear friend.

January 4th, 2022 08:38

Windows, as mirrors
Munro said:

Superb poetry L.B.

January 4th, 2022 08:36

Windows, as mirrors
Dove said:

Beauty is in the eye of the moth holder! Happy New Year Mek! Thanks for another view of The mirror

January 4th, 2022 07:08

Windows, as mirrors
Fay Slimm. said:

A virtual saga of deliciously fertile imagination taking shapes and phrasing in happenings that blend so well together - - a wonderful trip around your awakening to life and to butterfly death as like the rest of nature you watch struggles end in acceptance........ this is now in my list of reads-again L.B. and thanks for the effort I know it takes to escape when the Muse leads the way to expression with engaging words. First class writing my friend.

January 4th, 2022 07:05

Windows, as mirrors
kitty the naughty poet said:

This is really good favourite bit is....

Chuckling cynically, I return
to my rumbling’s, thundering needs
archaic Amygdala’s, heritage
of survivalist Neanderthal, priorities

This is how I feel you captured it all perfectly. Thanks for sharing your wonderful work

January 4th, 2022 03:59

Windows, as mirrors
orchidee said:

Good write LB :)

January 4th, 2022 03:27

of Saturday’s
kitty the naughty poet said:

This is a fantastic poem.

Late night’s, spent together
as music, seeps-in a little deeper
immersed, in swaying habits
as alcohol, tastes a little sweeter
and our good mood\'s, ever linger

That\'s my favourite verse... brought back some good memories for me.
Thanks for sharing your work with us

January 2nd, 2022 06:31

of Saturday’s
SureshG said:

Cheers mate

December 30th, 2021 10:14

of Saturday’s
Gwennie Jewel SAMPÉ said:

Should I laugh or cry? Can I do both? You have left me without an answer but with a lot to think about.

December 29th, 2021 04:18

of Saturday’s
Nilanjana said:

Dear Mek, Merry Christmas. May this day be full of love and laughter to you and your family.... Your words were never offensive Mek... So no need to apologize.

December 24th, 2021 22:37

of Saturday’s
spilleronsheet said:

Never have I found the words offensive
Maybe the years haven’t been normal for sometime
Don’t know how long will it take to normalise
Yet saturdays were pretty beautiful back in those days
Now hooked up on a desk with computer and net
All days look same
With work and no respite
Only at mps it marks a change of atmosphere for me
With those pens who are magic wands
The poets make me travel to wonderful places or witness the past memories as they weave those

December 24th, 2021 07:40

of Saturday’s
woundedheart said:

Extra bank holidays and a weekend stretched like elastic, as for the journey through your time slip poem I did indeed find myself smiling and nodding along you nailed this one ☺ Merry Christmas

December 24th, 2021 05:31

of Saturday’s
Paul Bell said:

Never apologise for words written in earnest, unless the guy\'s name is actually, Earnest. It\'s great that you\'ve stopped to do the maths, and found extra sleeping days, though something tells me someone else has done the maths too, and the grandkids are staying longer now.

December 24th, 2021 05:27

of Saturday’s
dusk arising said:

A great melange of christmas\' passions, practices, pleasure and plum pudding perfectly penned, placed in precise perfection to coin a phrase.

Raising a glass to you sir!

December 24th, 2021 05:03

of Saturday’s
dusk arising said:

A great melange of christmas\' passions, practices, pleasure and plum pudding perfectly penned, placed in precise perfection to coin a phrase.

Raising a glass to you sir!

December 24th, 2021 05:01

of Saturday’s
Rozina said:

Merry X\'mas and Happy New Year.

December 24th, 2021 04:57

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