Comments : A Brush of Friendship

  • 4 years ago

    by Aubrey

    Wow....amazing: )

  • 4 years ago

    by Amreen

    This is one of the best friendship poems I have ever read.To have a friend like you is precious and nice emotions you portray here. Keep writing:)

  • 4 years ago

    by Autumn Leaves

    Thanks:)

  • 4 years ago

    by zombiepikachu

    You seem very strong -- I like how the voice in your poem seems so definitive. I think "I am not distraught by your distresses" is a beautiful line, and it has a little melody to it. The confidence is very uplifting, in the speakers voice. I love the concept of painting colors to describe "someone who's truly unique."
    This is one of those poems, again, that I love, because they aren't as simplistic as I see normally by people now. I want to applaud you on your work!
    One note, I think it would work better, if you put commas after each "no" that was written. A slight pause makes it more dramatic, and confident. For example, "No, I can't climb over and your prides
    has block the way in."
    And in that sentence, do you mean "your pride" or "prides?"
    Great job again C:
    -z

  • 4 years ago

    by Autumn Leaves

    Thank you for your comment, I will edited this poem.

  • 4 years ago

    by Formidable Muse

    This is probably the sweetest poem I've ever read. I love the idea behind it and the emotion you portray. I love how clear and creative it is. Everything about it describes a true friend.

    I think everyone needs someone like you in their life. You have such a caring heart (:

  • 4 years ago

    by average thoughts

    Wow..thank u..realy..helpful..unique..very unique.

  • 4 years ago

    by Autumn Leaves

    Thanks:)

  • 4 years ago

    by awww

    The last two stanzas struck me. They really stood out. I saw them as a powerful declaration of your friendship. They're lucky to have you. Thanks for letting me read this poem. 5/5 for me.

  • 4 years ago

    by Jyoti Rawat

    Good work

  • 4 years ago

    by Jyoti Rawat

    Good work

  • 4 years ago

    by Jyoti Rawat

    Good work

  • 4 years ago

    by deshanique brown

    I really did like it

  • 4 years ago

    by Khalid

    A really nice poem directed to your friends who must be proud of you. I loved the idea of using paint brush, brightening and boldness colors to describe your feelings ... this is totally unique way. My only critique is related to grammar, the word "describes" in the last two stanzas should read "describe" without "s".
    I really loved your work. Thank you for sharing that with us, 5/5.

  • 4 years ago

    by La Reina De Corazones

    Don't push me and my feelings aside
    by building walls that are too high.
    No, I can't climb over and your pride
    has block the way in.
    ^ that stanza i really loved since it is everyone that i have ever met and they were fallen but now they aren't and i really love how you portrayed this poem it was very well made!!! those friends of yours must be VERY proud! :) 5/5

    Queen Ash

  • 4 years ago

    by Let It Be

    I love this because i get the vision of a healing love and compassion shared. The point of view is from someone who geniunely cares and i get that. I think it comes across great with readers because actually caring for people is easy but truly the art of healing is a talent only for love.
    *Don't push me and my feelings aside
    by building walls that are too high.
    No, I can't climb over and your pride
    has block the way in.*
    This was my favorite stanza cause i believe its typical for people to block people out when their hurt than actually letting them in. If only personally people could realize that letting people in helps better.
    Overall the sacrafice for the other person and the commitment to heal is what really amazed me.

  • 4 years ago

    by Hannah Lizette

    Shant'e, you are the sweetest. Anyone would be very lucky to have you as a dear friend! I mean, just look at this poem... it just radiates true friendship.

    I love the creativity with the paint - how pastel colors is a form of weakness...that you would only use bold, bright colors for your brightest friends.

    I'm beginning to love each piece you post, keep it up, girl! :)