Comments received on poems by L. B. Mek



A conductor: entrusted, A muse: beloved, Fate: melodically entwined
Thekkinkkattil said:

Revitalizing and rhythmic even without lyrics a good write Mek

September 28th, 2021 02:41

A conductor: entrusted, A muse: beloved, Fate: melodically entwined
Goldfinch60 said:

Very good write Mek may that crescendo always bring joy and wonder to all.

Andy

September 28th, 2021 00:14

A conductor: entrusted, A muse: beloved, Fate: melodically entwined
Trenz Pruca said:

Wow! music for my mind. Thank you.

September 27th, 2021 18:02

A conductor: entrusted, A muse: beloved, Fate: melodically entwined
aDarkerMind said:

here here....
stunning poetry L B;

September 27th, 2021 11:43

A conductor: entrusted, A muse: beloved, Fate: melodically entwined
Marie said:

Wow! An amazing write which took my breath away as I read, dear L.B.
Very skillfully penned, this sublime penning in this basket of delight! Thank you for sharing, dear poet...

September 27th, 2021 07:46

of Love #1
Floreann said:

A heartfelt beautiful write of love..

September 27th, 2021 07:01

A conductor: entrusted, A muse: beloved, Fate: melodically entwined
Teddy.15 said:

In true L.B style you got me on your first two lines, so clever and as ever stunning poetry. X

September 27th, 2021 05:42

These, Words
Goldfinch60 said:

Those feelings and worries can be in us all but knowing that there will always be a home for all is so powerful hence \'My Porch Light\' is always on.

Andy

September 25th, 2021 00:18

These, Words
Marie said:

In this masterful write you have given the true meaning of certain phrases used in life and you tell your reader so much in so few words of the other side of life and how it should/could be if we were unconditionally non-judgmental of each other. The concept of \"If only I can fix a, b and c, then I will be liked by x, y and z has been around a long time, and we have to realise that there is NOTHING \'wrong\' with us the way we are, we are PERFECTLY imperfect as human beings and should be unconditionally loved as we are. Being loved by others begins with loving ourselves in an unselfish way, only when we learn to do that can we truly unconditionally love another. You have given each of your readers something special to take away from this little masterpiece today, dear poet and it may change the life of another human being as well as changing our own. Thank you for sharing this wonderful, insightful and thought provoking write, dear Poet...

September 24th, 2021 11:49

These, Words
Neville said:


Master, never call me master again .. He bows, then kneels before thy pen ....... Neville

September 24th, 2021 09:39

These, Words
Fay Slimm. said:

Putting so plainly the other side of the \"treatment\" coin makes my anger boil when a bit of non-judgement could make all the difference. This is piece of pleading suggestions for us all to remember my friend. A favourite with me for sure.

September 24th, 2021 09:30

These, Words
dusk arising said:

There are some battles, ever ongoing, hidden from uncaring eyes yet deep felt in those to whom they matter. For some it is a struggle within themselves for the narrow shoreline of sanity\'s ebb, for another it may be that of a damaged friend or loved one out on the edges of realities fringe. Yet others where the battle is not fought, just lost. Or (important to stress) just \'different\'
THis has brought tears to my eyes for i love someone dearly who I would love to \'make it home\'.

Had to come back and edit this to add a huge thank you for handling this subject with such finesse.


September 24th, 2021 04:20

These, Words
rebmasters said:

A beautiful, secret message to all those \'fighting this long.\' Words that make us want to carry on ❤

September 24th, 2021 03:48

We too, were Romeo’s - once
beano said:

Ah, young love. Nothing hits the same. A fine poetic reminiscence, dear Poet.

September 23rd, 2021 04:44

Denial’s
Marie said:

Nobody can resist the gurgle of a new born baby who enters this human world in total innocence. It purifies our spirit and such beauty inspires us, filling our heart with hope for the future and reminds us of the Spring in our own life. Yes, the past is forgotten in a blanket of loving forgiveness. A new baby in a family can bring such healing to rifts continued for generations. Sublime penning, dear L.B. in this mind-blowing write. Kudos well deserved and gratitude for sharing your wonderful poetry with us, dear poet. I wish you a very lovely evening to enjoy. Bless you always, dear L.B...

September 21st, 2021 10:03

We too, were Romeo’s - once
John Prophet said:

Once again the sophistication of your writing is amazing!

September 21st, 2021 04:38

We too, were Romeo’s - once
aDarkerMind said:

a work of art for the world to read, savour, and love!

September 20th, 2021 11:34

We too, were Romeo’s - once
Neville said:


You sure know how to rub it in don\'t cha ................................................ if I may be allowed to cut and paste these words to myself as a constant reminder that I once was there etc etc .. I would for ever be in your debt ........................ maybe .. N


September 20th, 2021 07:56

We too, were Romeo’s - once
dusk arising said:

Oh so well you embroider the tapestry of a young hearts romantic desire and you bring to my old bones such memories. The stumbles along a clumsy path of endeavours to achieve those early kisses of reward. The warm glow of success and voicing that famous \"yes\" to oneself as you do a leaping heel click heading home.

Fun filled joyous memories eh LBM? If only we knew then what we learned later on, we would have been Cassanovas.

One for my favourites.

September 20th, 2021 07:35

We too, were Romeo’s - once
Thekkinkkattil said:

A trip to the past is always joyful especially those adolescent days. Thank you Mek. Enjoyed it

September 20th, 2021 06:53

We too, were Romeo’s - once
Marie said:

Immediately, \'Romeo and Juliette\' appeared in my mind as I read the first line! Yes, in yesteryear we were all Romeo\'s and Juliette\'s praying and longing for a glimpse of our loved ones and yes, that love was blinkered because we thought our story of romance was a Fairytale and would end happily ever after. Sadly, that was not true for so many, dear L. B.
The delights of past love are superbly penned in this excellently narrated story and the imagery is so finely painted it takes the reader back in time to those joyous days of foolish youth and a smile lights up my face as I remember!
Thank you for sharing this well crafted, superlative write. I have read it six times and know I will be back again later! Wishing you a very lovely day, and a wonderful new week ahead, L. B...

September 20th, 2021 04:09

We too, were Romeo’s - once
yellowrose said:

Lovely words , good poem ‘ lighthouse of hope ‘ ‘ windowsill of adoration ‘ , ‘ stars winked at us ‘

Good choice of words ... I especially liked those ones

September 20th, 2021 03:47

We too, were Romeo’s - once
Teddy.15 said:

romeo romeo where for ought thou romeo, whata thoughtful peice of poetry L.B i love your last stanza kudos dear friend. xxxxx

September 20th, 2021 03:47

Where, no Hesitation resides
Jennifer Martin said:

L.B., I\'m an optimist, so I\'d like to believe that your place and time to thrive is out there. Lovely poem! I wish you the happiness you long for!

September 19th, 2021 14:40

Denial’s
PrEm Ji said:

See, all those Differences and generational Animosity

Simply, melt away in the face: of a Rejuvenating baby

Reminding us, like that blossoming Spring

All that Peace and Harmony we truly crave.

A baby is none but the soul of innocence!

September 18th, 2021 08:53

Denial’s
Neville said:


Been back to re-visit already .. forgot to hit the heart shaped box the first n second times .................................... N

September 18th, 2021 04:30

Denial’s
Neville said:


Aargh, my thunder has been stole lad
top marks from this old scribe tho till I can return and proper ... Neville

September 18th, 2021 03:42

Denial’s
Jerry Reynolds said:

Wow! Great work, L.B.

September 17th, 2021 09:36

Denial’s
Poetic Dan said:

This has always been my birthday tune and was in the wife\'s birthing play list!

Never have enjoyed taking my time to read for your most delightful spirit.

You are legendary and at the top with many of my greatest minds!
I your day is sublime ;)

September 17th, 2021 06:29

Denial’s
Fay Slimm. said:

A brilliant lead into what parenthood at times achieves by new life that re-binds a fading relationship. Love the imagery L.B. and into my list of faves goes this poetic gem.

September 17th, 2021 03:43



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