Comments : On Regret

  • 1 year ago

    by Maple Tree

    Mark,

    I have always admired your style of writing.

    Often times I forget to remind fellow members why I read their work and how I can relate to a piece.

    You have such a graceful style, each line within this piece just flows and your metaphoric tones take me off as the reader to thoughts of my own, which is why I relate so well to this poem.

    I love the flower analogy- these three flowers "baby's breath, lilacs, carnations." are just the perfect words to help with "Rebirth" a new day perhaps.

    Regretting the decisions in the past- can make for such a touching and heartfelt write. I really enjoyed this piece.

  • 1 year ago

    by ether

    "clemency is not found in
    baby's breath, lilacs, carnations."

    Everything about this is nice, and especially the above two lines.

    I have been meaning to ask, the photos that these words are positioned against: are they photos you have taken and/or edited yourself, or do you just add the text over the top?

    I have been wanting to do the same thing with my words over my own images but haven't yet found the time. I much prefer reading your work with the image, so thank you for posting the external links.

  • 1 year ago

    by Em

    Mark, yet another enthralling wrote by you with such a unique style. Which is why I feel me and many others come back time after time to read it.

    All the best, Em

  • 1 year ago

    by Precious Velasco

    Mark, very great writing style. You have the gift. Please keep on writing more, because I love to read more of your works. :)