Saturday, August 4, 2012

Times Comments

Rating: 5.0

There are times when I've felt so alone
I could have just curled up and died.
Times when I knew such love and joy
I could have sat and cried.


Mark Dillon
M Asim Nehal 08 January 2016

Before the mad Alchemists do their magic and it turns to lead from gold.

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Lyn Paul 22 April 2015

Such heartfelt words. Have been wondering where your poems went. Great to have you back

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Ruth Walters 29 October 2012

Such true words and so well penned. I often think about man's inhumanity to man and lack of compassion because so often the rules our governments makes, supported so often by the public are the same rules they cannot, themselves abide by because they are too harsh in practice. In other words 'man' is his own worst enemy as he can make the world a better place but so often chooses not to. It's a very simple rule, an old saying: Do as you would be done by.

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Diane Hine 15 August 2012

Important to remember the first line of the second stanza when we're depressed- good advice in a good poem.

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Neela Nath Das 12 August 2012

Very true.We have to be always strong to face the trials of life.

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Valerie Dohren 09 August 2012

Wonderful write Mark, very inspired and full of wisdom.

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Kathleen West 07 August 2012

Beautiful poem, bittersweet just like life, but also hopeful. Really loved this, great work!

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Captain Cur 07 August 2012

Well thought out poem with a magnificent conclusion. Problem is there are many not like us who hate this world and want to destroy all who are in it. We must be vigilant and unafraid.

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Marieta Maglas 06 August 2012

your poem is a great message-enjoyed reading it

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Ellias Anderson Jr. 04 August 2012

nice combination of pain and some how desire. i really enjoy reading this beautiful art Mark.

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