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[At first: Please excuse language mistakes, I know that my English skills aren’t perfect at all.] I really enjoyed your poem. It’s kind of sad, but at the same time it’s raising hope. Furthermore I like that it can be interpreted in different ways. Taking your poem metaphorically it might tell us to speak to someone, when we are down, no matter to whom (friends, family, for religious people maybe god). Even that the persona commits suicide is one way to interpret this poem. But taken literally it got a meaning, too. At least for me music is very comforting, when I feel lost. So, yeah, what I want to say is that you did a great job!
No problem, I didn't spot any mistakes and my english may not always be perfect too. What the text is really about, is leaving one's home to search fortune elsewhere, only to later realize that all one ever needed was home. The suicide interpretation is really interesting. Honestly, I never thought about it that way, but it actually makes sense with the poem :) Thank you so much for your awesome review!
@Pappschnellhefter: I noticed this on other texts too - your comments are really great in general :D I like how much thought and effort you put in them.
Wonderful! I love it!! :-)
Thanks, Xandra :-)
Little, but so great ^-^
Thank you. I had worked quite a while to make it longer, but in the end i deleted everything but the first four lines. They are way more powerful on their own.
I think you've done it right . :)
Wonderful and inspirational poem. Thanks for sharing it with us :)
Thank you for reading it, Johhla. I'm glad you found the time!