Comments : Of Words.

  • 8 years ago

    by L

    Yup, not many take the time to underhand what goes behind the words, or at times, it's not just a matter of taking time, it's more like the mind can't comprehend the words. But I believe that behind every nonsense there is a sense so I hardly doubt is gibberish. Lol but who knows I might just stumbled upon one poem that makes no sense at all to me, then I'll decide that day. Good write.

  • 8 years ago

    by CathyButterflyJC

    I really liked this, great job, enjoyable poem to all readers

  • 8 years ago

    by Maple Tree

    Steven, I've read this piece a few times now, and each time I take with me thoughts to ponder.. I do enjoy your writings for the fact of making me think... feelings behind the words is often misunderstood, assumptions made, by what the author is truly trying to convey... truly love the message within this...

  • 8 years ago

    by Meena Krish

    I agree no one really knows or understand what
    the writer is trying to say and to know as a reader one must dig deep, to understand that
    depth now that is another thing. I like this read for you have given something for all readers to
    think about..good one!

  • 8 years ago

    by End Of Eternity

    Holy book of writing should be made with this poem on the cover page.

    Very meaningful with every inch filled with bang on facts.

    Loved it :)

    all the best & take care

  • 8 years ago

    by Robert

    I enjoyed this poem, and it really does make you wonder.

  • 8 years ago

    by Angie

    (Weekly Contest Comment - 1/7/13)

    Steven, this piece just gives the reader so much to think about... words, can be taken in so many different contexts, whether you know the author or not, it can be difficult to decipher or it can just be that easy... I mean, is the author trying to convey happiness when in actuality he/she is totally mad, are they trying to express love but it comes off as heartache... or is it just a mess of ramblings/gibberish, like I am doing now, that the author understands but we do not so we brush it off as such... yes, we are taught to express through words, which I think can be a little easier when spoken than written because you can see the person's expressions and hear the tone. But when written it is much more complex... I do so love this write, puts the mind in overdrive and leaves one to wonder... (4)