Comments received on poems by Dolphine29

Who is lost?
Soumita Sarkar said:

Good read............

June 19th, 2013 01:12

Light to heal
baj-a said:

wow! amazing insight in this poem.. we all carry that light that heals. love this one.

March 22nd, 2013 07:12

Light to heal
diamonddagger said:

This is a very beautiful poem. I especially loved the last stanza. well penned. I believe in the "light". Take care, diamond

March 21st, 2013 21:55

Light to heal
sokibgb said:

Beautiful poem. I hope your friend is feeling bette. I too will be sending her the Lord's light to help her. You are a good friend.

March 21st, 2013 14:35

A soul free to see
diamonddagger said:

so sad...well written! I really enjoyed it. Have a happy day, diamond

March 11th, 2013 19:43

Listen out at night
Cheeky Missy said:

Lovely and paired with an apt image, this beautifully evokes those poignant moments when the mind, slowing down with far fewer influences on it, may hear thoughts that in the busyness of the day and other activities were stifled. Excellent with great imagery. I like it very well.

May 7th, 2012 21:03

Listen out at night
lynn said:

Nice flow. I enjoyed this poem.

April 29th, 2012 12:50

Mpho Leteng said:

the title,the content,the picture all supa dupa fly,this is great write hope we could trade poems

March 26th, 2012 10:29

Gift to open
lynn said:

It's amzing what can happen when we open our hearts and allow it to be free. Very nice poem. I enjoyed this one very much.

February 12th, 2012 19:28

Waiting Dreams
Cheeky Missy said:

It is particularly fascinating to me, seeing I am an incurable dreamer and have rubble heaps of broken dreams, and revising them to fit what's left of reality still makes them no more attainable though. Your concluding suggestion that mayhap the dreams have a tug of destiny to them, that there is a root which remains unchanged though the dreams may seem to morph with time is interesting. I dunno about that, but it is very interesting. Methinks the Lord's words that the Lord knoweth the thoughts of man that they are vain seems to run contrary to that happy concluding thought. I dunno. Just my two bits presently.

October 23rd, 2011 20:43

Memory Path
Cheeky Missy said:

Wow. I love the image paired with this interesting contemplation on memories. They can torment, comfort, and also be entirely stripped from us, leaving us bewildered in an unfamiliar world. They may be useful in helping us learn from mistakes and fascinate in the curiosity of how life might have been if such-and-such had been otherwise. The author's note adds to the poem's meditation. Memories may be helpful in turning us to the path of Truth, mayhap only if we had been shown it ere now. Will they hold us together or tear us apart? That as well depends on what memories we have. If of the Lord's Word and His work, then they may by His mercy turn us again to the way we should go, seems to little me. The imagery you employed in this submission is excellent and the entire piece a superb reflection on memories, seems to me.

October 16th, 2011 19:47

Anna said:

It's very good! I can't say much because I'm bad at giving opinions, but I dunno... It has a good feeling to it ;D

September 13th, 2011 17:14

Cheeky Missy said:

Excellent imagery, laden with meaning, conveying the idea the author's note expresses beautifully. Short and sweet, so full of thought-provoking admonition. Lovely!

August 23rd, 2011 20:52

Survivor in Solitude
Cheeky Missy said:

Very interesting and thought-provoking. The surrounding madness of the world around us is aptly characterized as raging waves, yet as well within ourselves may rage a smaller sea, as you seem to allude. Solitude sometimes seems anymore what some crave as a restful ease from the bustle of everyday society. Just my present two bits.

July 31st, 2011 20:28

It Lingers
samlagerblom said:

Your poem is beautiful and has much truth in his lyrics

July 1st, 2011 15:43

It Lingers
Emi said:

I really love this one! It's very intriguing. I also feel like I've used "intriguing" to describe one of your other more recent poems as well, but it really fits for both. :)

June 17th, 2011 20:01

Gift to open
Emi said:

Very intriguing - I love it! I love the picture too. :)

June 14th, 2011 13:13

Emi said:

I love it! Very well done. :)

May 29th, 2011 06:17

Who is there?
Bandiras86 said:

Nice one, keep it up

May 13th, 2011 06:53

My thoughts in fear
Nexuscjt said:

Why so sad?
You are blessed; no cuss can ever hold you down
You are always loved
You’ll make it through, your never alone
Don’t wear that frown!

Love patience & time, its gonna be alright
And it wont take long, it’s gonna be alright

May 6th, 2011 11:53

A Solemn thought
Emi said:

Really nicely written. :) I really loved it.

April 20th, 2011 21:23

Miracle Alive
Emi said:

This made me smile - good job. :)

April 19th, 2011 18:42

Who is there?
Emi said:

I love it! It's very well written. :)

March 28th, 2011 19:02

The Shallowest Place
Cheeky Missy said:

Fascinating and intriguing, beginning hopefully and ending hopelessly. A wild cry and plea and salvation, almost pitiful with a tinge of poignancy. Your "author's comment" is so fitting. The longing is well-expressed and rather endearing for all it is hopeless yet pleading, a tugging request to the heart, yet with lingering uncertainty.

March 10th, 2011 21:40

A Heart's Plea
Cheeky Missy said:

Beautiful and excellently depicted; perfectly expressed. I love how very well you portrayed it. Love, if we will take the chance, may very well injure us, and we are none of us worthy of it. Yet, to be granted that wonder of being truly loved, in spite of our natural shortcomings, that is what this cry pleads for, and Oh, that it may be granted. I really like this piece.

March 9th, 2011 22:41

Cheeky Missy said:

Fascinating, somewhat intriguing contemplation. So you are saying if we are patient, the bridge will appear? That is a nice thought. Very interesting reflection. I enjoyed it.

March 9th, 2011 00:43

The Sound of Life
Lifewellspoken said:


March 3rd, 2011 16:05

The Angel of Life
Lonelykaren said:

This is good, short but good i enjoyed it. Its true..

February 24th, 2011 14:27

Cheeky Missy said:

Ah, delightful dreamily elevating....and, Who made the rules? Why are we here? We broke the rules in the first place for such folly and what a disaster we've lived in ever since. We imagine we are not ourselves...but if so, then who are we? Will you say caricatures? But we are ourselves, only in different scenarios...nobody else. Anyway dear Dolphine, not to strive, but that is my bold take on is delightfully dreamy and inspiring,...yet misled, seems to wee me.

February 22nd, 2011 00:25

Share it wide
Cheeky Missy said:

And the image is so tender, sweet, and, thanks to your "author's comment" so fitting! I quite enjoyed this tribute to precious friendship....or did I misunderstand? It's beautiful.

February 17th, 2011 00:21

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