Comments received on poems by Zojinjo

Cheeky Missy said:

The funny thing in thinking about it, is that we started in perfection, and disobeying screwed that, unable ever since to retrieve or revive it. Interesting tribute to the modern age, a trend to mechanize everyone? Wowers. Delightful imagery and thought-provoking. Its the age-old lie that screwed us in the first place, methinks. I like it.

January 6th, 2012 23:11

Cheeky Missy said:

Haunting, chilling, and eerie, to say the least. And yet I almost think it sounds too tame even still, for him that the Lord says has "great wrath for he knoweth that his time is short." Wonderful imagery and horrifying depiction, interesting and so evil-seeming. Witchcraft.....I almost think we remain ignorant of its nearness, seeing rebellion "is as the sin of witchcraft"....I believe is how the Word of God says it. My two bits.

September 7th, 2011 16:59

Lights on a broken window
Cheeky Missy said:

Ah, how poignantly and perfectly depicted! You scare me! Tell me this is ONLY a poem and not a serious personal contemplation?!!! How excellently it portrays the despair and hopelessness, the pressures and desperation! Excellent! The title says it is the note left perfectly hauntingly eerie!

May 9th, 2011 22:43

Lights on a broken window
Nexuscjt said:

That was a great poem. Well written! Some advice, find something good in your life life and hold on to it with care, affection & respect (with both hands).

May 7th, 2011 17:30

Coming of the Antichrist
Cheeky Missy said:

Ugh! How awful! La, but you exercise quite the imagination of devilish masterminds! Eerie and hauntingly creepy.....I know not what they think, so cannot say whether this is true to life or not. It is definitely devilishly horrible! Yet, for all the churches preach a false gospel, mayhap it has some leanings of truth, but not in the so obvious ugliness of it, you know? Christianity is corrupt, yet apparently not so obviously horrible, unless you begin to take a closer look, yet not so bloody, seems to little me.

May 6th, 2011 20:16

Hell... attack!
Cheeky Missy said:

And thus the devils stoke the fire and encourage themselves against their inevitable doom? Ignorant and oblivious to the truth? Yet, can that be true? After all, they pleaded with the Lord when He sent them out of the people they'd occupied, that the time had not come yet for their end, making me think they are aware that their end is coming. Yet, why do they fight against Him in the end, unless they think they can win? Hmm. Interesting contemplation, and hauntingly eerie and devilish. Fascinating.

May 6th, 2011 19:44

The human infection
Cheeky Missy said:

On the one hand, I tend to agree, if you examine what sinful mankind does. Given the stewardship of the earth, he tends to destroy it. The Lord God Who created man and all the rest, giving him that responsibility so long ago, is also the judge, setting a judgment day, as well as being our only Saviour, Whose mercy endures forever. This diatribe of yours against destroying mankind is fascinating and I tend to agree with it.

May 6th, 2011 19:35

The human infection
Dolphine29 said:

If that were complitely true, this world wouldn't exist. But I do agree with you in many things, I can't be blind to the good things and love many people bring and that is also part of this world. Let's hope the ones destroying things understand this before it´s too late. But I have a small hope, things will work out ok in the end for everything.

May 5th, 2011 20:25

Cheeky Missy said:

Wow. Fascinating! You seem to specialize lately in these pieces exposing the mindset and calls of the condemned, of the devils. And you do it excellently, for the little or nothing I know. Your "author's comment" provokes the question...what do you mean it was insufficient? It seems all part of His plan from before the world began..."the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world..." and the end looms...for the devil and his crew; as He says, of the devil "...hath great wrath, because he knows his time is short...." y'know? This devilish song of yours is excellently thus devilish. Well-done.

March 9th, 2011 23:50

Coming of the Black Marsh
Cheeky Missy said:

My word! What a vile contemplation! And 23:49 was not the best time for reading it freely...too eerie a time for such things! La! This is excellently creepy, and devilish. The fascinating thing is that the earth is to be destroyed by fire, the Word of God says,...but I don't think it will be from the imaginary black marsh. Very interesting!

March 9th, 2011 00:52

We stayed Satanic
Cheeky Missy said:

Very fascinating.....quite the contemplation. While we bear the blame, since "he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God,..." yet, He alone saves any of His. This is quite the interesting, eerie contemplation.

February 22nd, 2011 00:32

H!gh Vltg3
Cheeky Missy said:

I think I read it,.....As for getting a did you get yours? I "helped" a prong on a TV plug into the outlet.....felt like it went speedily straight through from the finger on the one hand out through the finger on the other; my heart didn't like it either, and I contemplated the wonder of still being alive and my great accidental stupidity.

February 19th, 2011 21:58

The Ent and the Squirrel
Cheeky Missy said:

Aha! :You beat me to it! Excellente! I quite loved your squirrel poem!!!!! Delightful read! Beautiful and lovely.

February 19th, 2011 21:53

Cheeky Missy said:

Hmmm. I dunno. Fascinating. Thanks for this interesting thought and perspective. Delightful haiku expressing it.

February 19th, 2011 21:50

The Dead beneath
Cheeky Missy said:

Hmmm. Eerie scene and contemplation. Do the dead come back by devilish means? I don't know that they do, frankly; afterall, what about what the Bible says...."For the living know that they shall die: but the dead know not any thing, neither have they any more a reward; for the memory of them is forgotten. Also their love, and their hatred, and their envy, is now perished; neither have they a portion for ever in any thing that is done under the sun." Thanks for your author's comment, it is intriguing if you will believe such, to say the least. And I do look forward to more of the Tragic Tale....when it is fit to be seen.

February 13th, 2011 19:35

The Cockroach
Cheeky Missy said:

The image made me gasp in horror when it burst on my sight, and the poem following it was nefarious...delightfully nasty and chilling!! Perfect! Excellent! And your "author's comment" following up on it was too amusing. Absolutely beautifully executed! As for cockroaches, I was terrorized by the threat of them while living awhile in Florida some years agone, though I never recall having to face them...interesting to be faced with contemplation of them now.

February 3rd, 2011 14:28

Polyamor (Haiku)
Cheeky Missy said:

What is a "polyamour"? I couldn't find the word in my dictionary....seems "poly" might signify diverse, and "amour" definitely seems to be referring to love. So is it a diverse love? It's an intriguing delightful little piece, being a haiku. I like it very it saying your loves made a fool of you, breaking your heart and turning against you? Excellent.

February 2nd, 2011 20:50

Cheeky Missy said:

Oh, la. But you are crafting this eerily! Depicting the horrible scene so chillingly. Excellently portrayed....poor girl! What a vile story such an image wrought...unfortunately I am enjoying (reluctantly?) your tale...can you give it a happy ending somehow?

February 1st, 2011 15:47

Cheeky Missy said:

La, but what an imagination to draw this story line from the image......yet, thanks to the image...the poem makes some better sense, though I much appreciate your author's explanation on it....her boyfriend should stop her, if he truly loves her, and not let her completely destroy herself though she has been thus vilely used and abused. In a more rational frame of mind, he might have her, and she MIGHT forgive the desecration done her in the comfort of his love. Seeing he loves her, he is NOT the cruel perpetrator of the defilement, right? As for the poem...together with the image inspiring it, your words went well with the image and made the horrible moment come alive....Excellent!

January 31st, 2011 22:45

Zojinjo said:

Got the picture from internet and it inspired me so much.
Whoever made it, thank you!

January 31st, 2011 10:47

The Toy Master
Cheeky Missy said:

La, but it has quite a nasty touch in his vile attitude. I wonder that he can stand staring his own image in the eyes in the mirror! I was enjoying picturing it in the first stanza, but the enjoyment faded as the picture took on its ugly hue and shape....your profile image just below was almost too fitting for the thought. But I enjoyed it nonetheless...haha, why's that?

January 31st, 2011 00:25

Vampiric Act
Cheeky Missy said:

Whoa....creepy! The image made me wonder and the poem explained awful and horrifying!...Help!....but it's too late! Excellent! (Remind me to stay safely at home at night.)
Eerily, I think you seriously hit the mark, describing wickedness.

January 29th, 2011 23:31

Vampiric Act
Alexandre Landsley said:

Whoa!! I love this poem the last line was perfect!!

January 29th, 2011 14:22

Their Lifes together.
Cheeky Missy said:

Ya, and it follows too. I love your "author's comment...."! I agree it is not as good as the other two, but it is still quite good, and you can do one of three things: edit it eventually because you can't bear to leave it, edit it because a reader/s suggested it, or shrug your shoulders and say, ah, quite good enough as is, forget further tampering. I am glad you posted it. I enjoyed it, and it follows very nicely after the first two. I like it quite well.

January 28th, 2011 22:27

The Crow
Cheeky Missy said:

Oh, dear, wish I could edit my comment...I do NOT wish to be identified with that creature. Fascinating perspective on crows, which really seems too true. Thanks for this expose of the thieves. I quite enjoy your rhyming and rythm and how you expressed it.

January 27th, 2011 14:45

The Scarecrow
Cheeky Missy said:

Wow. Excellent rhyming and fairly good rythm. Intriguing, fascinating, and horrifying, especially with such a devilish scarecrow, I begin to feel like a crow for all that!

January 27th, 2011 00:36