Comments received on poems by L. B. Mek



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Goldfinch60 said:

Those ideas within us are so well highlighted within your words Mek.

Andy

December 15th, 2020 01:42

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Neville said:


this is absolutely splendid sir .. my mental muscle & appetite for stimulating poetry this early eve is well n truly assuaged ............ now go to the top of the class ya hear ..

Neville

December 14th, 2020 13:55

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Trenz Pruca said:

Thank you. I enjoyed reading it. Good poem.

December 14th, 2020 13:00

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Robert Haigh said:

Words to make the reader think! A good write.

December 14th, 2020 11:14

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Jerry Reynolds said:

Wow L.B. that\'s thought-provoking.

December 14th, 2020 09:40

A perfect vision’s year, of Stark reflection
Robert Haigh said:

2021 must surely be much better than 2020. The vaccines are starting to come through, and yet -- amazingly -- a recent survey showed that almost half the British population may refuse to take an anti-Covid vaccine! I\'ll be ready and waiting for my jabs when they are offered. A good, positive poem, L.B.

December 14th, 2020 08:19

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Christina8 said:

Great write L.B.!!

December 14th, 2020 07:19

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orchidee said:

Good write LB.

December 14th, 2020 05:20

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dusk arising said:

Ideas, as ideas be can be cast aways or the beginning of... well many things and this one takes me on a flight of fancy that..... Well there she was and spoke..... something which knew about sizzling began to sizzle..... an idea was formed and enjoyed..... the rest.... History. n\'cest pas?

December 14th, 2020 04:11

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Poetic Dan said:

I took my time with your words and so glad I did as when I got to the end I did nothing but nop & grin!!

Fantastic morning read indeed!
Always appreciated!

December 14th, 2020 03:54

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RDS said:

Ah you paint a dark picture L. B. before calling on Churchills spirit then metaphorically sticking two fingers up to covid and the disastrous spectre of 2020. A great little read thanks.

December 12th, 2020 14:05

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Dove said:

Well penned as always! Nice to see a bit of history, with the history in the making, Beautiful merge of past to present time! Enjoyed the read

December 12th, 2020 08:19

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Goldfinch60 said:

Onwards indeed Mek.

Your words are so strong and take us through this dreadful year.
I will be out there at midnight on New Years Eve looking forward to the New Year and toasting the wonder that it will bring.

Andy

December 12th, 2020 01:44

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MendedFences27 said:

I grew up during the Polio devastation and remember the sense of relief when that vaccine was finally found. I was 17 and in the Navy.
Your poem brought back the sense of relief. Someone said \" I\'ll be staying up late on New Years Eve, not to celebrate, but to make sure 2020 leaves.\" I think we all look forward to better times. - Phil A.

December 11th, 2020 22:46

A perfect vision’s year, of Stark reflection
Doggerel Dave said:

Moaning Minnie – many times I heard that thing go off;
Here what alerts us most now is someone else’s cough.
We can do nothing more but hope that vaccine works out
Though let’s not yet be too keen but leave some room for doubt;
Without caution dashed hopes could be once more to follow:
Let us wait and see – just hope for the best tomorrow.

Dave

December 11th, 2020 21:35

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ANGELA & BRIAN said:

BRIAN HERE ~ Good Evening Friend ~ Thanks for a very elegant Poem giving a comparison of the COVID 19 Pandemic & WW2 ! I was born in 1983 so for me & my Generation WW2 was 50 year old history ! My NANA (who is 90+ and lived through the Liverpool Blitz) said *At least in WW2 we could see the enemy ~ and if they got too close we could shoot them ~ and we didnt have LOCKDOWN !* COVID is different we cant see it but it is killing hundreds Globally every day ! Now we have a VACCINE we can see the Light @ the end of the COVID TUNNEL ! Please check our Poem today *THE INCARNATION* Thanks A & B !

Bleassings & Peace to You & Yours
Love Angela Brian & Smokey ! ! !

December 11th, 2020 15:58

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Jerry Reynolds said:

Feeling hopeful as well. Stay Safe.
Happy Holidays. Good read.

December 11th, 2020 14:46

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Suresh said:

There\'s always hope, human kinds greatest strength, as envisioned by your words

December 11th, 2020 13:56

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dusk arising said:

Reads like a turn on a sixpence from deep depression to a celebration of a (yet to be seen) conquering and survival of the covid beast.

As a very young kid i lived in greater london and they used to use those old air raid warning sirens in the 50\'s as some kind of time signal for factory workers. I remember hearing them regularly.

Should we be perhaps tanking china for bringing forth some forgotten Brit strength of character in the solidarity we showed en mass in the face of this oppression. Our finest hour? It\'s all down to interpretation of course but such pieces as yours today will serve as a testament to the spirit of this Brit population amid this pandemic.

December 11th, 2020 05:56

Never too late, to reflect
RDS said:

A great poem with deep reflections L. B. Yes a bully is fragile and sensitive. Commanding space because they fear the voices and conversations that might be heard. \"within regret...\" at the end leaves me wondering the many regrets wrapped in the situation you\'ve illustrated here. Thanks.
J

December 8th, 2020 13:52

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Goldfinch60 said:

Like Michael I was never bullied at school but there was one boy there with a reputation for being a bully. Some years later he was working as a driver in the company where I too was working as an inspector, he had become one of the nicest and funniest people I knew. They can change.

Andy

December 8th, 2020 01:49

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Michael Edwards said:

I was never bullied at school but we did have a bully in my year. He died quite young - natural retribution. Super read.

December 7th, 2020 13:15

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Fay Slimm. said:

This is surely the best letter that could be written to a goading bully - hoping its gentle but honest appeal will teach a few lessons - a fine piece of appeal my friend.

December 7th, 2020 09:21

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Poetic Dan said:

Wow.... Absorbed every word! Fantastic flow from the soul!

December 7th, 2020 09:18

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Neville said:


Bullies rarely change .. they might not be so active ... the reasons for this might be as individual as the bullies themselves .... an excellent and much needed plea......... well writ......................

December 7th, 2020 08:26

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orchidee said:

A fine write LB.

December 7th, 2020 05:53

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dusk arising said:

Why was i thinking about Trump as i read this?

December 7th, 2020 05:50

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Robert Haigh said:

Some bullies remain bullies all their lives. Many of them end up in business or politics! Still, I\'m sure some of them can be redeemed. Never too late, as you say.

December 7th, 2020 05:41

of Destiny
Suresh said:

Your words surely resonated with me, as I must learn to thread those pebbles

December 5th, 2020 08:32

of Destiny
Goldfinch60 said:

Super words Mek, as you know you learn through the wisdom of experience.

Andy

December 5th, 2020 01:51



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