Comments : Something

  • 2 years ago

    by Poet on the Piano

    Oh Mel, this reached my heart. Such sadness as if you regret forgetting about this person, or they are so far away you cannot even summon or frequent those memories anymore, liked you used to.

    Emotional write, even with the brevity.

  • 2 years ago

    by Britt

    Sometimes certain people or topics, past or present, bring out the language in you that others don't. This person did just that. You had hidden meaning because you got lost in the language, and while it was beautiful it was also for a reason.

    And I love where it's at now. This is real, raw, vulnerable, sad but yet not. I don't know if this is what/who I think it's about, but I'm drawing my own conclusions ;)

    Love the repetition at the end. Beautiful as always.

  • 2 years ago

    by Everlasting

    I have

    forgotten about you lately,
    forgotten about the time-lapse.

    There have been no tea light
    memories of you, no language hidden
    in what I've said. I had neglected
    your arrival and departure,

    departures and arrivals,

    the departures.

    ---

    This is a tricky piece. I'm not sure how to interprete it but the sadness and "the not caring much" undertones within the lines are felt. What I think, it's that the author forgot mainly about the departures or at least tried to. The sense of what I get when I read the poem, it's that of a person having a conversation either with someone or just with herself.

    This piece reminded me of someone who no longer cares. It's like that someone whom this piece is directed at, left often which made the author feel perhaps alone? and at the same time, the distance made the author feel unattached from that someone whom this piece is directed at.

    So, slowly, the author is forgetting about that someone. It's sad when relationships don't work due to not investing enough time to each other. :(

    That's pretty much what I understand from reading this piece.

  • 2 years ago

    by Yakari Gabriel

    God damn

  • 2 years ago

    by Yakari Gabriel

    God damn

  • 2 years ago

    by Yakari Gabriel

    God damn

  • 1 year ago

    by Rania Moallem

    This poetess has such a very unique way of word expression. As if she has her own thumb print on every poem she writes.

    This poem just feels like the reader wrote it, it makes you feel related, close and leaves something inside you.

    The word choice and how they are picked aside of each other made this strong impact. Loved the title too, something..just something. Very smart.