Comments received on poems by L. B. Mek



of Sweetness
Neil Higgins said:

\"my ultra-HD blinkered VPN\"
I need one of these LB.
What an amazing write you have posted here.I will need to reread several times,but wow.

September 6th, 2021 04:05

of Sweetness
Teddy.15 said:

Dear L.B your poetic heart has once again showered us with a glorious thought about just loving life as it is our greatest gift, i cannot help but think this is for a particular lady in your life it\'s got a romantic tone so elegant.

I let my eyes, serenade you

with a million love poems

‘stop it’, you blush: ‘never!’ I promise.



We begin

as passing sirens, accompany

blaring obscenely, alarmingly

but

we still hear every syllable, shared

in our engrossing conversation

about, work stresses and lunch breaks;

love these lines, but i just enjoy all your writes, filled with positivity and wisdom. kudos from me my dear poet friend.

September 6th, 2021 03:56

of Sweetness
dusk arising said:

mmmm living - loving it! Who needs some remote newswriters agenda when important stuff like life is on hand.

Love the way you\'ve framed this with it\'s great intro.

September 6th, 2021 03:24

Draped, in our moonlit hues of discontent
HannahElisabeth said:

I love that you added Moonlight Sonata to this, it was the reason I started playing piano.

September 3rd, 2021 20:36

Draped, in our moonlit hues of discontent
Neville said:

although the whole thing is indeed a work of art .. you have most definitely incorporated and interwoven some outstanding imagery & concepts .. I bow before the golden shadow of thy pen .... N

September 3rd, 2021 06:52

Draped, in our moonlit hues of discontent
Neil Higgins said:

You should have been my English Language teacher at school LB.Maybe I wouldn\'t have kept getting D- minus all the time.Yes.Really.

\"Somewhere – far, a butterfly flutters awareness
flustered, at its transcendent Phoenix state
revitalised yet humbled, by its transformation
begins gliding, gustily flapping its theorised chaos\"
Superb lines LB.

September 3rd, 2021 05:09

Draped, in our moonlit hues of discontent
Fay Slimm. said:

You phrase the word discontent with the many ways in which humanity displays it my friend and adding inanimate reactions as in \"Earth\'s resentment\" makes this impressive write very special - and a favourite indeed for poets like me. Well penned L.B.

September 3rd, 2021 03:41

Draped, in our moonlit hues of discontent
Goldfinch60 said:

Wonderful words Mek and a wonderful piece of music.

Andy

September 3rd, 2021 03:26

Draped, in our moonlit hues of discontent
Teddy.15 said:

your final lines always holding magnificence another extremely powerful and beautifully written poem, will we ever find what we are searching for from within? fabukous master poet.

September 3rd, 2021 03:24

Starlight’s, shepherding: as spatial kinesics
ron parrish aka wordman said:

loved the theme of stars being herders

September 2nd, 2021 11:08

Starlight’s, shepherding: as spatial kinesics
beano said:

A wonderfuly deep and inspiring write, dear poet!

August 31st, 2021 14:17

Starlight’s, shepherding: as spatial kinesics
Teddy.15 said:

As you always do in your fine style dear L.B you have taught your reader that in fact nothing is impossible. You and your poetry are the great shining 🌟 here.

August 31st, 2021 09:09

Starlight’s, shepherding: as spatial kinesics
Goldfinch60 said:

Wonderful words Mek.
Yes there is always hope for us to hold onto and that hope will become reality.

Andy

August 31st, 2021 00:42

Starlight’s, shepherding: as spatial kinesics
Fay Slimm. said:

Quite brilliant L.B. this star-like saga of life\'s heavy burdens over-loading those who at times take escapism to extreme yet the final stanza notes how love alone can foster solace as the world spins around yet again with its shadows of better existence seen through intentional farsighteness. Sm keeping this one in my fave-list.

August 30th, 2021 16:14

Starlight’s, shepherding: as spatial kinesics
Neil Higgins said:

Simply brilliant LB.As someone suffering from what golfers call \"the yips\" or in writing circles,\"writer\'s block\",you have produced a masterpiece my friend.

August 30th, 2021 11:29

Starlight’s, shepherding: as spatial kinesics
Neville said:


What an amazing treatise you have so eloquently laid before us here, encapsulating all that decent folk & poets, should really turn their back on, frown upon and despise .. well poemed my friend ................... N


August 30th, 2021 08:43

Where, no Hesitation resides
matthew jay said:

It is a very stirring poem L.B..

August 30th, 2021 08:18

Starlight’s, shepherding: as spatial kinesics
Lorna said:

Well written darkness.........

August 30th, 2021 07:53

Starlight’s, shepherding: as spatial kinesics
Florence J said:

Beautifully captivating! Soo thought provoking.

The depth of this poem is unmatched.
Stanza 10 is my favourite, drug addled minds. The imagery in this poem is breathtakingly beautiful.
I can’t wait for your next post 💛

August 30th, 2021 07:00

Reaching out
HannahElisabeth said:

Huge fan of Bukowski and you nailed it with this one. I had to add this to my favs

August 27th, 2021 23:45

Reaching out
myself and me said:

The job of politician is to create hell and they are damn good at it. The most ironic fact is they will follow you to the other side too.

August 27th, 2021 14:04

Reaching out
flyingfish said:

What a waste!

August 27th, 2021 14:03

Reaching out
Neville said:


Hey L.B .. I wanna copy n paste each of the three reviews that hit this page before me ... No doubt there will be many more ................. brilliant poem .. tragic situation made worse by politicians who aww I aint even gonna go there .. N

August 27th, 2021 07:56

Reaching out
dusk arising said:

No wonder the west and westerners are hated in so many places around the world. We invade, placate, tempt and corrupt with commercialism and the dollar. Abuse and kill in the name of peacekeepers and eventually run away, tail between legs from places we should never have tried to make \'do it our way\'. Leaving behind what. Look at Afghanistan, Viet nam, and Laos (spin off of Viet nam) where USA dropped more tonnage of bombs than they dropped in WW2 and to this day thousands of innocent PEOPLE are being killed or maimed by unexploded cluster bombs. Who wins in the end.... why the mighty dollar of the armaments trade of course, war is a huge earner for capitalism... and a scar on the heart of humanity in the west.

August 27th, 2021 05:19

Reaching out
Doggerel Dave said:

Temporary armistice, Mek: I\'ll vote for this one.
Now don\'t call....

August 27th, 2021 03:57

Reaching out
Robert Haigh said:

The people of Afghanistan have been badly let down by the West. The situation always was a complex one, and there are no easy answers - especially now. However, Western governments (especially the U.S. and the British) have handled the situation badly, and they should hang their heads in shame!

August 27th, 2021 03:29

Where, no Hesitation resides
yellowrose said:

I really like how you mentioned nature throughout this ... evergreen , caves , streams ..

Nicely expressed poem ..🙂

August 26th, 2021 04:33

Where, no Hesitation resides
John Prophet said:

“I

alone: am enough to survive

and someday, maybe even thrive!”

Unfortunately, we all must stand up for ourselves less others try to tear
us down. Nice write!


August 25th, 2021 07:08

Where, no Hesitation resides
Goldfinch60 said:

You have come passed that time when you will thrive to that time where you are thriving Mek.

Andy

August 24th, 2021 00:48

Where, no Hesitation resides
Accidental Poet said:

One foot in front of the other, and then repeat one step at a time. Great write LB. 👍

August 23rd, 2021 18:52



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