Comments received on poems by Christina8



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!
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
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
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

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

A Cup Of Tea
FineB said:

Hello Christina,

Thank you for a charming, delightful write.

I\'ll agree with you of course there is nothing like a cup of tea and a glass of prosecco and a nice glass of white wine.

Keep writing
FineB

July 31st, 2019 09:00

A Cup Of Tea
ANGELA & BRIAN said:

Ohhhhhh CHRISTINA ~ A very English Poem today ! Its 3pm here (UK) and at THREE ~ everything stops for TEA. I have just brewed a pot of Earl Grey in my Office (served in China Cup with a dash of milk) and a Digestive Biscuit ! The English Tea Ceremony is almost as elaborate as the Japanese ! Loose Tea brewed in a China Pot and the leaf strained through a Silver Tea Strainer ! I have all these accroutements in a Cupboard in My Office ! Tea is very different from Coffee and should be the first & last Drink of the DAY ! There are over 50 varieties of TEA each one with a fascinating Geography & History ~ Its never just TEA ! Angela (being Spanish !) likes Wine ~ Coffee & Tea in that order ! However she says my *English Tea Ritual* makes it taste a lot better ~ especially with a splash of BRANDY !

Blessing & Peace & Love to You ALL
Yours ANGELA & BRIAN🧡💙🧡💙🧡💙🧡

July 31st, 2019 08:58

A Cup Of Tea
dusk arising said:

I am drinking a mug of earl grey tea as i read you today.
I too enjoy a variety of different teas which saves my palate from becoming too familiar with any particular blend/type.
Following Goldfinch\'s comment about decaf, i have never tried a decaf tea having decided that my decaf coffee experience was most disappointing.

July 31st, 2019 02:56

A Cup Of Tea
Neville said:

I am English and certainly enjoy my cup of tea.. I\'m taking my first one today as I type to you.. more often a mug these days.. thats the vessel I drink from.. not a self explanatory description of my good self.. I do prefer it to coffee bu also like coffee, just in a different kind of way.. I like both strong and without milk or sugar... delicious and refreshing.. I also like cheese but that\'s a different story altogether.... I thoroughly enjoyed today\'s poetic serving by you Christina... AGT\'s

Neville

July 31st, 2019 02:42

A Cup Of Tea
PoeticBiscuit said:

I really enjoyed the sweet simplicity of this one. Would you like a biscuit with your tea?

July 31st, 2019 01:51

A Cup Of Tea
orchidee said:

A fine write Christina.

July 31st, 2019 01:40

A Cup Of Tea
Goldfinch60 said:

We drink both tea and coffee. The tea we have is proper tea, none of this teabag nonsense, we have Rwanda/Burundi tea and it is wonderful.
I drink Colombian coffee and I grind the beans before using it.

I think this poem should have an \'18\' against it as you used a rude word, you said decaf - that is the devil\'s brew. LOL

July 31st, 2019 01:13

The Fall
Suresh said:

It\'s how you say it,
It\'s what you said so poetically

July 30th, 2019 11:15

With You--Pt.2
Neville said:

another little cracker if ever there was... some one some where is a very lucky guy I reckon...... N

July 30th, 2019 10:45

With You
Neville said:

this is a fine example of a love song penned by one who doubts them self but who really has no need to ... Nice one C8...

July 30th, 2019 10:43

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