Fri 4th Jun 2010 23:26
No - I think mine will stay on a page also Carole. Because of the subject matter, the poem jumps about left, right and centre. An audience really wouldn't get it - so what's the point inflicting it on them?
Comment is about Ten into five will go (article)
Fri 4th Jun 2010 23:24
sorry to disappoint, but I often do the cooking whilst the little woman files her nails :)
Comment is about pearls (blog)
Original item by Banksy
Fri 4th Jun 2010 23:23
Sometimes hard to fathom that so many different people can impact your life in such a profound way...
Well written and moving Kath. x
Comment is about my attempt at jackie hagans challenge thingy (blog)
Original item by Kath Hewitt
Fri 4th Jun 2010 23:21
Thank you for your generous comments on my Jackie challenge. I think i kinda like being distinctive enough to be recognized lol
thanks again x
Comment is about Isobel (Poet profile)
Original item by Isobel
Fri 4th Jun 2010 23:16
Good evening lovely Lady-don,t worry-bloggingtons has,nt turned into blockingtons-just that I spent most of today being an obligatory link in a very long chain of traffic on the A55-heading to my daughters house in Abergele,North Wales.As a consequence my preference is for a long soak in't tub! especially after running round the garden after the grandkids-been a lovely day nevertheless-catch you soon haiku-ing! lol! thanks-Stefan-x
Comment is about Lynn Dye (Poet profile)
Original item by Lynn Dye
Fri 4th Jun 2010 23:15
You've managed to convey very much within this constricted format, Kath - but I would have picked this out as yours without a name - a potted version of your style.
I admire it. There is much suffering in there which you convey in a matter of fact way. It makes one feel.
Fri 4th Jun 2010 23:07
We had one (Michael Jordan) who stuffed a fat crayon up his nose and had to go to hospital to have it removed. Amazing that I can still remember his name, when I can't remember people I'm introduced to 5 minutes ago now - scary in fact.
Comment is about i need to decorate a peg (blog)
Original item by Shoeless Carole
Fri 4th Jun 2010 22:58
Well Jackie Hagan certainly inspired you to write something...
You're a bit short on the 10 and a bit over on the five!
I like the humour - I would agree that Cilla's patter makes you want to puke and that she rides on the coat tails of the beatles. I did like Alfie though...and I do kind of identify her with the swinging 60s.
Jeremy Beadle would have been on my list too - though he was probably a nice chap off air.
Comment is about Know Thine Enemy (blog)
Fri 4th Jun 2010 22:52
Mmm - imagine a world where you prepared the food whilst she read the papers... now that might not be quite so cosy LOL!
I liked this one also - happiness/contentment is often in the little things that we take for granted until they are gone.
Fri 4th Jun 2010 21:59
Thank you Eileen and Terry xx
Comment is about ARILLAS! (blog)
Fri 4th Jun 2010 21:56
Good evening, Stefan. What, no blogs today?! Lol. Once more most grateful for kind comments, think I will be trying many more non rhyming from now on, though perhaps not in the Angel story. Thanks again. L x
Comment is about Patricia and Stefan Wilde (Poet profile)
Original item by Patricia and Stefan Wilde
Fri 4th Jun 2010 21:41
But I think that's good, Ann. I've only just learnt what a haiku is - wait till you see my effort!!!
Comment is about OFFSIDE (blog)
Original item by Ann Foxglove
Fri 4th Jun 2010 21:36
I love this - heart warming stuff!
Fri 4th Jun 2010 19:58
I really like this Carole. Infant school seems like yesterday sometimes! I always remember there was a boy who used to eat crayons! Wonder what happened to him!
Fri 4th Jun 2010 19:33
ok , dont know about the event thing though , its not what i usually do
Fri 4th Jun 2010 19:19
like this kath. again , your work intrigues me and i love the way you form each image with succulent words.
Fri 4th Jun 2010 18:28
Hello Lovely! Wowee as always!10 into 5 is simply cillalelululiah! It sweeps like vitamins through the system and comes out glossy. xxx
Fri 4th Jun 2010 18:24
Hello Jane, just caught up with your wonderful coffee soaked milkman and wild winds a-blowing in the discussions!I've been 'off-site' and missed your marvellous, joyous imaginings when your put them up!Apologies! Blame it on my erratic freelance worklife.I sometimes only visit for a few minutes (as a treat) then it's back to keeping the proverbial wolf from the door. I've been absent for quite a bit till v.recently.You've made me giggle like a true giggler! xx
Comment is about jane wilcock (Poet profile)
Original item by jane wilcock
Fri 4th Jun 2010 17:28
sorry, haiku attempt AND football! Euuurgh!! ;-) (PS nothing against haiku, just my attempts at them)
Fri 4th Jun 2010 16:05
I enjoyed your poem,Lenford - remember it well!
Comment is about 1976 (blog)
Original item by Lenford White
Fri 4th Jun 2010 15:30
Well, it inspired me to try out an exercise. Although self flagellation did indeed spring to mind with my gawky phrases. Yours is beautiful by the way.
Comment is about 10 into 5 (blog)
Fri 4th Jun 2010 14:33
Glad you liked my 10 into 5 - it was a horrid discipline but I enjoyed writing it, in a masochistic kind of way... x
Comment is about Joseph Kennedy (Poet profile)
Original item by Joseph Kennedy
Fri 4th Jun 2010 14:30
Thanks for your comment on my latest Larisa - it was a fun exercise with a bit of a serious under belly.
Comment is about Larisa Rzhepishevska (Poet profile)
Original item by Larisa Rzhepishevska
Fri 4th Jun 2010 14:02
I saw this and thought what a great idea!
C'est très bien écrit Isobel... comme d'habitude !
Fri 4th Jun 2010 13:34
hi there josh we met at poetica poetry night in manchester it was good to meet you should post up the poem you read there about humanities Dark psyhe I thought that was a really good poem
Comment is about Joshua Van-Cook (Poet profile)
Original item by Joshua Van-Cook
Fri 4th Jun 2010 13:33
Hi Joseph - I think your poems have a strong confident voice, very mature (and no way am I being patronising, I would say this whatever your age.) I esp like the first eight lines, which I see as a first verse, I guess.
Comment is about Verisimilitude (blog)
Fri 4th Jun 2010 10:46
I really enjoyed the Saturday Night shag poem! Hahahaha.
Comment is about Ashley King (Poet profile)
Original item by Ashley King
Fri 4th Jun 2010 10:08
This has a beautiful flow to it, I love it :)
Fri 4th Jun 2010 10:03
My faith has been fully restored,
I have it now, and once before,
Crumbled by a draining whore,
Du bist nicht meine kleine schonheit. (You are not my little beauty)
Thank you for your kind words :) I have had a horrendous year, but things have gotten good recently.
Take care x
Fri 4th Jun 2010 09:58
Beautiful poem, Isobel. I love it. With warmest wishes, Larisa
Fri 4th Jun 2010 09:41
Tee hee - why don't you bend the rules a little and write a poem that is 10 lines long, 5 words each line, all about Cilla Black...
I'm just about to post mine now. It is a hideously restrictive form of writing and one that I won't repeat in a long, time, if ever - but it has been fun - of sorts - a bit like pulling your own poetic toe nails out...
Fri 4th Jun 2010 09:36
It sounds to me like you have walked through the valley of death and come out the other side. Youth is all Joseph, learn from your mistakes and make the most of it.
I enjoyed your poem - though I didn't understand the german bit - tried googling it but it was taking too long - it doesn't seem to be a stock phrase...
Fri 4th Jun 2010 09:35
Hi again Lynn-wonderfully descriptive poetic story-coincidence too,I,m taking up painting with watercolours,but I think I might need more than an apple and a piece of bread when it comes to breakfast!lol! lovely poem-Thanks-Stefan-x
Comment is about The Angel and the Beachcomber (blog)
Fri 4th Jun 2010 09:28
Good morning Larisa-you are very kind to have read and commented on my poem'The way of many'I am enjoying reading all your poems with all the lovely pictures!-its very nice to have you blogging on here-many thanks again-Stefan-x
Fri 4th Jun 2010 09:23
Good morning Lynn.My gratitude to you for commenting on'The way of many'and as I mentioned previously,I like your change of poetry style-really good!enjoy your day Lynn.Thank you-Stefan-x
Fri 4th Jun 2010 09:22
Thank you for your comments on my tiny poems :-). U r too kind, but it definitely inspires me to write more X
Comment is about Andy N (Poet profile)
Original item by Andy N
Fri 4th Jun 2010 08:11
another lovely piece, olga which i really enjoyed.. the last line is particularly stunninly beauitful!
keep em coming! xx
Comment is about Negative checklist (blog)
Original item by Olga Gerke
Fri 4th Jun 2010 08:10
this says a lot in a few words, olga.. excellent skill to show.. when i first started writing poetry properly years back - i stripped my poetry right back to as small as i could.
i think i can guess your influences in writing this (style wise) but did really enjoy it..
would like to see more in this style like this xx
Comment is about Play (blog)
Fri 4th Jun 2010 07:36
Excellent. From here on I think you should be named Arillas Laureate. x
Fri 4th Jun 2010 06:44
Wonderful Lynn, loved it.
Fri 4th Jun 2010 06:40
Thu 3rd Jun 2010 23:32
Hi Ann. Thanks for commenting. Hope you understand if I don't always say thank you. The WOLosphere could get awfully clogged up. That survey of yours sounds really interesting. More power to ya!
Comment is about Ann Foxglove (Poet profile)
Thu 3rd Jun 2010 23:08
I agree, it is a beautiful poem. x
Comment is about The way of many (blog)
Thu 3rd Jun 2010 23:03
I used to think I was my own worst enemy.But I wasn't sure. So I decided to view the matter scientifically,gather the facts, look at the evidence impartially. Turned out it was Cilla Black, she's my worst enemy.I'm only in 5th place.But does she really mean each stanza to be five words long, not five lines.
Thu 3rd Jun 2010 22:46
What's it's all about Ray? Haven't you ever heard her sing Alfie? Forget blind date and those chicken legs - you have to admit that was a stonking song and her nasal voice was somehow right for it. That song even inspired me to write a poem - one of my very best!
Thu 3rd Jun 2010 21:57
Beautiful poem, Stefan. I love it.Especially the words: look at the future with acceptance, with wisdom, embrace fruition of love.
Thu 3rd Jun 2010 20:53
Wow! I am really happy to meet you here. And it is surprising. May be not. How did you happen to be there in GB? If it is a secret, don't tell. But... it could be interesting to communicate with you. I have some good friends from St. Petersburg. My email is: email@example.com
Comment is about Olga Gerke (Poet profile)
Thu 3rd Jun 2010 20:50
thanks - took me a long time to get over it. B
Comment is about J (blog)
Thu 3rd Jun 2010 20:43
You go Dave!
My motto has always been 'Better late than never' ; )
Comment is about Pandora (late again) (blog)
Original item by Dave Bradley
Thu 3rd Jun 2010 20:15
I'm from St-Petersburg (left for UK 10 years ago ) :-)
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