Comments : The skin I'm in

  • 5 years ago

    by Dagmar Wilson

    This is sad and heartbreaking. Sounds
    like some major betrayal. Someone you
    have trusted hurt you in the worst possible
    way. Somehow we have to find a way
    within our heart to forgive these people.
    However, it is not forgotten.
    I love your honesty and the way you are
    expressing yur feelings

  • 5 years ago

    by Baby Rainbow

    This is such a hard place to be Chels. forgiveness is something so deep and compliacted. Sometimes we try our hardest but we can never accept what has been done, and when we come to accept it, this doesnt mean it fades away as the pain of the actions still remain.

    Another great poem with a sadness which reaches out to the reader.

  • 5 years ago

    by Meme

    @_@ Chels *huuuuuugggggsssssss youuuuu*

    The language you used in this piece is so simple and direct and just heartfelt. I loved how you started it by hypothesizing, and the idea of jumping into someones skin; to try and understand how they feel or respond to things, thats just so deep.

    Then you you left me SHOCKED in your last verse, where forgiveness step has been taken, and you just waiting not knowing where to go from there.

    Ooohhhh Chels, Sigh!
    This goes straight to my favs... <3

  • 5 years ago

    by Tara Kay

    :O WOW Chelsey, I am speechless, this piece completely tore me apart, the language was simple but actually was the best I have read from you, I think it holds so much meaning and that's why I love it so much :)

    AMAZING WORK CHELSEY, You are such a great writer, and you make me totally lose my mind when reading your work

    :) love ya

  • 5 years ago

    by The Poet Behind The Poems

    This poem simple but really pure in emotion I love the word choice and the flow was also good very nicely written :)

    5/5

  • 5 years ago

    by Darren

    Nice flow, nice slower pace to reflect the hurt. There is great emotion in this.

    It is very precise without any sign of over complicating.

    nice write.

  • 5 years ago

    by One Man Clan

    Now what I admire the most here is your ability to speak to your readers while voicing your thoughts in almost every poem, That aint easy, takes both skill and practice and I personally try to do it as well, but not where near as good.

    you've done a spectacular job here chels
    and the fact that you ended the poem with a note of despair sent chills down my spine
    5/5 and a winner in my book
    I'd nominate this if i could.