Poetry By Chuck

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  • daviscth silver member
    February 13
     
    on In the Fog... by Chuck Johnson, on February 13
    You are right I did enjoy reading this very much. Thanks for posting it for me and please don't remove it from my contest. I want to read more of your work when I have time. Thanks again, Cathy

  • paullallady silver member
    February 13
     
    on Butterfly Mornings by Chuck Johnson, on February 13
    What a beautiful and very descriptive piece
    of poetry that is sensual and romantic.
    great job on this one. good luck in the
    contest.

  • paullallady silver member
    February 13
     
    What a truly beautiful and tender piece of
    poetry. This is the definition of a real
    woman, for there are many layers and a good
    man will see that and love each part of her.
    great job and good luck in the contest.
  • shortyjo
    February 13
     
    on The long Road Home by Chuck Johnson, on February 13
    Wow, awesome write. The beginning draws me in nicely, like the beginning of a story. I love the last lines too. I can definitely relate to this. The whole wanting to find home but not being sure where that is. Very very cool write.

  • kvwriter silver member
    February 12
    on Orbs Around me . . . by kvwriter, on February 12
    I see these orbs rarely, and only one at a time as far as I can tell. When I see one, it is moving very fast. But, I don't see what is caught on film and not just on my camera. I feel a strange sensation on my skin that can get painful and has, and then I know whoever is with me can catch them with their camera too. It's very strange. I've seen other orbs and other things all my life but never experienced such to this degree before. Have you looked at the others? Any ideas on what might be going on here?

  • PhantomsAngel87 Greeters member
    February 11
    on Warrior Sleeping by Chuck Johnson, on February 11
    G'Day Chuck Johnson

    I confess this was a little hard for me to read with the font colour and background but it may just be my eyes playing up today

    This write is brillant; I saw the sad but fierce warrior in my mind battling life.
    Very nicely expressed

    .¢¾.
    Thank you for your entry
    Best of luck
    Stay safe
    ~Manda
  • Starz of Heaven gold member
    February 11
     
    on Moods by Chuck Johnson, on February 11
    Oh I love this is is beautiful and gave me a peace and serenity very nice piece indeed thank you for your entry into my contest much love always
  • goalsv
    February 10
     
    on The Artist by Chuck Johnson, on February 10
    Very well done, a beautiful poem using imagery to show that God's creation is a vision of beauty, Good luck!

  • anaisnais silver member
    February 10
     
    on In the Fog... by Chuck Johnson, on February 10
    Bravo. A very sad but very real write unfortunately. Problem being it's so difficult to find who the monster is... A sick, sick world we live in ;(


  • TravelinPoets gold member
    February 10
     
    on Fury by Chuck Johnson, on February 10
    A girls dream of sharing her compassion with her mare this is truly
    a beautiful poem for this picture,
    good luck with this entry...LOL


  • TravelinPoets gold member
    February 10
     
    on Weary by Chuck Johnson, on February 10
    lol, this reminds me of chain smoers and haggard work nights, nice take on the prompt, good luck in this contest..
    Moons


  • Wayne Leon Learmond gold member
    February 10
    on In the Fog... by Chuck Johnson, on February 10
    STUNNING DARK AND FRIGHTENING IN THE EXTREME. THIS IS QUITE LITERALLY DARK WITH A CAPITAL 'D' AND IT IS SO TRUE TOO. THE 'MONSTER' LURKS IN OUR HEARTS, WAITING TO ESCAPE, WAITING FOR THAT MOMENT. THERE IS NO WAY OF KNOWING ITS INTENTIONS. LIVING AMONG US WE WILL NEVER FIND IT.

    BRILLIANT WRITING

    WAYNE LEON


  • Lavender Butterfly gold member
    February 10
    on Fury by Chuck Johnson, on February 10
    This is sincerely lovely... x

  • Chuck Johnson silver member
    February 10
    on Weary by Chuck Johnson, on February 10

    Thank you

    The last line... is like the last straw that breaks his back. A final irony in a life of pain.

    *(No humor intended.)

  • paullallady silver member
    February 10
     
    on Weary by Chuck Johnson, on February 10
    This was brilliant! I really loved it. Your imagery was amazing. I love the line:
    "The miles weary me
    I wear them like my clothes"

    You really did a terrific job of really portraying the emotions of someone whose soul is tired. I am not sure about that last line, for it is humorous and the rest is so different from that.
    I enjoyed it though, great job. good luck in the contest.

  • haikumonk gold member
    February 10
    on Fury by Chuck Johnson, on February 10
    Clean write/thought..... wonderful image to write to. Solid post......


  • MJ Donnelly gold member
    February 10
    on Fury by Chuck Johnson, on February 10
    A terse masterpiece with enviable diction sir; well done.


  • Flourishing Rose
    February 9
    on Their Morning Song by Chuck Johnson, on February 9
    such a beautiful poem good luck in my contest

  • dillpickle62
    February 8
     
    on The Singing Cowboy by Chuck Johnson, on February 8

    Hahaha...

    What a worth in this ending. Great twisted ending!
    Made me laugh out loud. Good luck in this contest.


  • Rheea gold member
    February 8
     
    I am all out of patience for the the takers of this world who never give just take..AP lets them run wild here mocking our military . yet they censor other things..they have no idea none..


  • TravelinPoets gold member
    February 7
     
    on In The Sand by Chuck Johnson, on February 7
    this poem blew my mind, it is gorgeous, your words flowed through the waters to meet the mare perfectly, alabaster or real perfect for the contest...Moons


  • Open House
    February 7
    This is very beautiful. Thank you so much for entering =]
    -Courtney

  • Arrianna MacEwan
    February 7
    on The Artist by Chuck Johnson, on February 7
    This is such a wonderful write. Thank you for sharing it and good luck in the contest


  • MysticalRayne silver member
    February 7
    on Forgotten Love by Chuck Johnson, on February 7
    This is wonderful and flows well - I love the background - fits the picture perfectly


  • ennovy silver member
    February 7
     
    on The Singing Cowboy by Chuck Johnson, on February 7
    Wow! you sure placed the type of write that we are looking for..truly western...Thanks for entering our contest.....................novy

  • LadyDementia silver member
    February 7
     
    on Their Morning Song by Chuck Johnson, on February 7
    A wonderful piece, rich with uplifting imagery, like the picture and BG to. Best of luck in the contest with it
  • mmook
    February 7
     
    on Their Morning Song by Chuck Johnson, on February 7
    well done ! well express! I hear the birds sing in the dawn of the day.. beautiful way to begin and end the day.. thanks for sharing


  • Brazos silver member
    February 7
     
    on The Singing Cowboy by Chuck Johnson, on February 7
    WOW! I loved it! You captured the true essence of the "lonesome cowboy". Loved the chorus, it made everything work.

    A wonderful entry, and thanks so much for entering our contest.

    Brazos

  • Elavina
    February 7
     
    on Their Morning Song by Chuck Johnson, on February 7
    Yes this was a very good poem. I like how you simply took something you saw outside and wrote about it, just looking into the world around you. I can still hear the birds singing

  • TravelinPoets gold member
    February 6
     
    on Forgotten Love by Chuck Johnson, on February 6
    the inner spirit of emotions are shared within this, nicely written piece, you always pen deep within the realm of your being, good luck in this contest...Moons

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