Comments : 06/07/2016

  • 1 year ago

    by Britt

    Ohhhh, Mark, Mark, Mark. I need more time to comment on this, but just had to say this is incredible! You always make me learn new words, haha. This is seriously fantastic.

  • 1 year ago

    by Marvellous

    Wished I could say, Oui, je d'accord! In scarcity, a wealth is found.

  • 1 year ago

    by Everlasting

    Something that I am not really into (but deep down I am) is when I'm thrown a lot of images and big terms because my brain doesn't know how to process them at first read. I'm usually attracted into complicated simple poems rather than simply complicated poems. ( I think a few of your poems are complicated at first read lol nothing wrong with that though.) However, I enjoy reading them even when I don't understand them. They have a smooth transition between one part of the poem to the other. Though, sometimes... I get the feeling like there's more to the poem than what I am really reading
    Can't explain myself.

    Oh on this part, the part where you are contemplating and reached a conclusion "Poetry is suffering"

    I have to disagree... I don't think poetry is suffering but rather that poetry could be a product of some type of suffering. Yet If I continue reading... I feel I may understand why the Narator thinks of it that way.

    Other than that... Enjoyed the read like always. I may or may not, (can't promise) but I may come back to read this one. There are more terms that I need to find a definition for.

    • 1 year ago

      by hiraeth

      I know what you mean; my earlier poems were complicated, than i transitioned into simplicity, and this piece kinda merges both of them. If you want me to define or explain this poem, I can. :)

  • 1 year ago

    by deeplydesturbed

    I love this piece. especially how oyu mix two very beautiful languages so perfectly. english and french :)

  • 1 year ago

    by BlueJay

    I was the one to shatter teacups - this line struck me, but I'm really not sure why.

    Anyway, gorgeous poem as always, and I second the learning new words comment - now I want to go back to learning French even though I know I'll never get it lol.

  • 1 year ago

    by Poetess

    How do you write such crazy awesome stuff??

  • 1 year ago

    by Eu•phan•asia

    This was dope

  • 1 year ago

    by GB

    The piece of music you provided at the bottom is just fantastic, I couldn't fully relate it to the beautiful verse but I know very well how far we can go when music inspires us.
    Mixing English and French was more than harmonic, smooth and elegant.
    Thank you so much for sharing

  • 1 year ago

    by Life After Death


  • 1 year ago

    by Darren

    Judges comment

    Okay, I have read the whole thing 4 times now. Is it a work of art or a ramble from a madman? I don't know. I love the non-title. I love the pace of the whole thing and the tone used is brilliant. Do I understand it?
    No, not even now. Did I enjoy reading it?
    Very much so and that is why it is worth 4 points.