Comments received on poems by Christina8



Summer Daze
Suresh said:

Is he the blanket, the warmth you seek

August 5th, 2019 11:39

Summer Daze
PoeticBiscuit said:

This one kind of outlines the feelings I’ve been having. My anxiety has been slowly rising as college once again begins for me. Another amazing poem though, you keep on writing and I’ll keep on reading!

August 5th, 2019 11:33

Summer Daze
Neville said:

Frightening isn\'t it.. autumn will soon be upon us and you introduce that reality in such a poetic way...

Your last stanza is very inviting too... I imagine there is a very lucky fella blushing somewhere....

Neville

August 5th, 2019 10:51

Summer Daze
ANGELA & BRIAN said:

HOLA Mi Hermana Bonita Christina - Angela aqui ! Gracias por tu Poema d\'Amor preciosa ! Its Winter here (16C = 61F @ NOON) you would love Aucklands sub-Tropical CLIMATE (Like Florida) no ICE or SNOW in WINTER ! Summer is transient but we love AUTUMN and come OCTOBER I really will have my TRUE LOVER to keep me very very warm ! We are both fortunate to have met someone who loves us TRULY & TENDERLY (see our todays Poem !). I love every word of your Love Poem it sounds just like my feelings for Brian ! We wont need an Electric Blanket in Auckland but we might back in Essex in October !

Abrazos y Besos a Tu y Tu Familia
Con Amor - Tus Hermanos ANGELA y BRIAN
🧡 💙 🧡 💙 🧡 💙 🧡

August 5th, 2019 04:39

Summer Daze
Fay Slimm said:

Ha - - that final stanza came as as lovely surprise - after reading that cold and dark nights days are afoot getting drunk on thoughts of love sounds just right to keep warm....... a delightful poem Christina.

August 5th, 2019 04:29

Summer Daze
Goldfinch60 said:

Summer is brief but the glory of Autumn (my favourite time of the year) will soon be upon us.

August 5th, 2019 01:01

Heart of Gold
Neville said:

This is simply amazing & it seems to me your Grandma was too.. they just dont make them like that any more....

Neville

August 4th, 2019 14:36

Chocolate
Neville said:

I am not a great fan of chocolate and rarely touch it .. I think I was spoilt as a child.. my grandparents had a general store and sweet shop ... I did enjoy your sweet little rhyme here tho.... Neville

August 4th, 2019 13:34

Panic!
Suresh said:

Most of us don\'t know how to respond, so we coil away into our own hiding place, afraid to make the situation worse.
You have unabashedly exposed your affliction in a very poetic verse and unlike most, you recognize it as it is happening, which is the first step to realizing need for compasionate help

August 4th, 2019 12:24

Panic!
tepo said:

Hi Christina
I have suffered mild panic in the past
Couldn\'t breathe no matter how I tried
I have also seen someone suffer a severe one
We both thought she was checking out
I had a paramedic on the phone speaking me through what to do
They stayed on the phone the whole time
When it eventually eased we were both so relieved
I truly hope this was your last
Thanks so much for sharing this
Reminds me of how fragile we can all be
Deep respect

August 3rd, 2019 14:37

Panic!
dusk arising said:

I only ever had one panic attack which was brought on by skunk cannabis (years ago and have never touched anything since) and it was a horrible experience. Maybe drug induced panic attacks are different, i don\'t know, but you most certainly have my sympathy and best wishes for recovering from each attack.

Yours is a frightening, compelling read into the dark side today.

August 3rd, 2019 11:34

Panic!
ANGELA & BRIAN said:

HOLA - Thanks for sharing CHRIS ! I trust you found it cathartic ? You know some of us are Praying for You & Yours 24/7 ! I (BRIAN) have been overwhelmed by circumstances once or twice - trying to doo too many things at once ! I always STOP - have a tonic water - ask GOD to carry me over & through the crisis - and it works but it takes it toll !

Bleassings & Peace & Joy to YOU & YOURS
Muchos Abrzos y Besos de nos a tus !
All our Love in the SPIRIT BRIAN & ANGELA
💙 🧡 💙 🧡 💙 🧡 💙

August 3rd, 2019 09:24

Panic!
Neville said:

a convincing write
a revealing poem

I think a lot of people might benefit from learning they aint alone....

Neville

August 3rd, 2019 04:50

Panic!
Michael Edwards said:

A horrible affliction - seems so irrational and yet so very real. so sorry to hear you are affected - a fine write about it Christina.r

August 3rd, 2019 02:59

Panic!
PoeticBiscuit said:

Panic attacks are truly rough, and your poems are truly amazing. I actually recently written one about the same topic, just haven’t posted it yet.

August 3rd, 2019 00:58

Facade
PoeticBiscuit said:

Who knew you could put so much emotion into only four lines? Another great write, keep it going.

August 2nd, 2019 20:49

Facade
Santita said:

This one pulls at the heart strings. Sending big hugs and well wishes. Hang in there, girl. You are stronger than you realize!

August 2nd, 2019 19:52

Facade
Neville said:

I think we all wear masks .. this is a little gem...

August 2nd, 2019 10:52

Facade
orchidee said:

I didn\'t put that hook thing myself in my comment - honest! Me laptop must speak French then. lol. A cedilla it is, to make \'c\' sound like \'s\'. Why not use \'s\' in the first place? doh! We must know these things. lol.

August 2nd, 2019 10:25

Facade
Fay Slimm said:

Think that tomorrow will sure to be better dear Christina - - after a while facades can fade so hunker in there - - - for just today.

August 2nd, 2019 07:40

Facade
tepo said:

Can see your pain
No facade here
And your loneliness
But
From what I\'ve read recently it\'s not the norm
Hang in there
Keep writing

August 2nd, 2019 04:38

Facade
orchidee said:

Oh it\'s put that hook thing in itself, under the \'c\'. Haven\'t I got anything better to worry about?! It\'s \'sad\', I know! lol

August 2nd, 2019 02:07

Facade
orchidee said:

Is it a façade, without that hook thing missing under the \'c\'? I dunno how to insert it. I must know these things! heehee.
They won\'t see yours tears then if it\'s a rainy day.
We may all it at times. I mean, we don\'t know everyone, to give them a blow-by-blow account of troublesome times.

August 2nd, 2019 02:06

Facade
Michael Edwards said:

Pain can\'t always be hidden - great shortie Christina.

August 2nd, 2019 01:23

Facade
Goldfinch60 said:

Most of us wear masks in differing situations, may your facade soon become reality as your life shines with love.

August 2nd, 2019 01:20

Sweet Rendezvous
Santita said:

Appealing passion. Love this line \"Passions erupted under moonlight\"!

August 1st, 2019 17:15

The Fall
Santita said:

This is a great form! A switch up from your usual, but stirs emotion. The first verse really pulled me. Well done!

August 1st, 2019 17:13

A Cup Of Tea
Suresh said:

I am told by my brother, who also owns tea gardens, that the young leaves with a silvery hue, are the best and most expensive. It is also shipped to the Buckingham Palace.

So here\'s to all of us,


July 31st, 2019 13:23

A Cup Of Tea
Michael Edwards said:

I\'ve worked for my caffeine, I deserve my caffeine and I\'m darn well going to have it. My bedtime tea: lemon and ginger with a teaspoon of honey. Other than that it\'s any good tea - in leaf form of course.

July 31st, 2019 10:18

A Cup Of Tea
Fay Slimm said:

Tea is real thirst quencher to me too dear friend yet take my hat off to those who at night can drink coffee. I would be up and dancing til all hours so stick to plain water then. A very refreshing read.

July 31st, 2019 09:34

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