Wed 9th Jun 2010 14:27
Thanks for advice honey...
Have a beautiful week.
Comment is about Winston Admin (Membership) (Poet profile)
Original item by Winston Admin (Membership)
Wed 9th Jun 2010 14:08
just goes to show M8.. Great minds thinking alike! lol
Comment is about Winston Plowes (Poet profile)
Original item by Winston Plowes
Wed 9th Jun 2010 13:16
thanks David, i was so concerned trying to make the woman into a ghost that I completly missed that !
Comment is about The Dunes (blog)
Wed 9th Jun 2010 12:34
I like this pic - can you see the "eye" in the clouds? David.
Wed 9th Jun 2010 12:22
Powerful. Perform this and you'd have total attention.
Comment is about Homo World (blog)
Original item by Max Wallis
Wed 9th Jun 2010 09:52
Thanks Eagle eyed Ann, that was a genuine spelling mistake, have changed it on the blog entry. win x
Comment is about Ann Foxglove (Poet profile)
Original item by Ann Foxglove
Wed 9th Jun 2010 09:44
So's not to show myself up by putting this on the actual poem, as I'm sure it's what you meant to put - did you mean bow and curtsey? Just in case - oh! I know I am wrong!! Feel silly now! x
Wed 9th Jun 2010 09:41
Further... Andy, In your comments on It only ends once. re the last word. It was once like that! I have changed it back on here. Thanks Win.
Comment is about Andy N (Poet profile)
Original item by Andy N
Wed 9th Jun 2010 09:37
A thought provoking read Max, and it reads well too. Although it could have come acroos as an excercise of ideas, it is moving as well.
Wed 9th Jun 2010 09:32
Hi Andy. thanks for taking time to read and make comment on my last 2 blog entries. You have raised a very interesting point. In both cases you say. 'I bet this took you a long time to write'. Well, I think that both poems are a similar style. The frist (Coming home without you) was written pretty much instantly with only minor alterations whilst the second (It only ends once) did indeed take ages to write and has changed so much that only a few bits remein from the original. Win x
Wed 9th Jun 2010 09:14
Hi Ann, Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment on 'Coming Home Without You'. A lot of us find ourselvs in this situation. The 2 bowls with their chocolate milk tears were actually there as I walked in and they stopped me in my tracks. Win x
Wed 9th Jun 2010 09:10
Hi Cynthia, Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment on 'Coming Home Without You'. Glad you liked the screwing cat bit and that you found a more universal appeal in the poem.
Comment is about Cynthia Buell Thomas (Poet profile)
Original item by Cynthia Buell Thomas
Wed 9th Jun 2010 09:08
Hi Carole... Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment on 'Coming Home Without You'. My daughter and I hav just had a great week. Actually this was written just before she came up and is from her Christmas visit. Best Wishes Win x
Comment is about Shoeless Carole (Poet profile)
Original item by Shoeless Carole
Wed 9th Jun 2010 09:07
Comment is about Susan Gray (Poet profile)
Original item by Susan Gray
Wed 9th Jun 2010 09:00
Hi Graham. Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment on 'Coming Home Without You'. As you mention, things seem to be so different with or without the kids, or in my case kid there. the driven by your eyes bit is an attempt to capture the energy of my daughter whist the screwing into the chair is the motion of a settling cat (Of which I have 2) Horses for courses I suppose as you will see from other comments. :-) Win
Comment is about Graham Sherwood (Poet profile)
Original item by Graham Sherwood
Wed 9th Jun 2010 08:55
Hi Cate... Belated thanks for commenting on 'Descent Into The Maelstrom' Not sure on the length issue. In fact it was a struggle to write it to this length. Win
Comment is about Cate (Poet profile)
Original item by Cate
Wed 9th Jun 2010 08:54
Hi Graham. Belated thanks as always for commenting on 'Descent Into The Maelstrom' You may well be right although I struggled to write this one to this length let alone longer. Who knows, a spark may come from somewhere and I will change it/add to it if poss. Win
Wed 9th Jun 2010 08:52
Hi A.E. Belated thanks for commenting on 'Descent Into The Maelstrom' The section you refer to is my favourite part too. In fact this was the starting point for the piece. I fear the rest never quite liveed up to it? Win
Comment is about Anthony Emmerson (Poet profile)
Original item by Anthony Emmerson
Wed 9th Jun 2010 08:49
Hi Ann, belated thanks for your comments on Descent Into The Maelstrom. Its just about the spiral of a man who losses touch with life and its comforts. Win :-)
Wed 9th Jun 2010 08:34
looking forward to more blogs Marie,
Comment is about No Body (blog)
Original item by Michelle Marie
Wed 9th Jun 2010 08:33
Hi ther Mihelle, hope you enjoy exploring this site. To get more feedback, post some of your poems as blogs (People tend to look there most):-)
Comment is about Michelle Marie (Poet profile)
Wed 9th Jun 2010 08:23
very strong ending, Emma indeed.. nice one! x
Comment is about Bruised Toe of Woe (blog)
Original item by Emma Roy- Williams
Wed 9th Jun 2010 08:00
Thanks for your comments on 'Whisper' - I was trying for a wordplay on wisp/whisper/whisker, and it's the nearest I've got to a sonnet yet - but not sure it quite works ... hey ho! :)
Comment is about Isobel (Poet profile)
Original item by Isobel
Tue 8th Jun 2010 23:05
Good evening Larisa-lovely poem,but I have a problem-I can,t tell which picture is the real you! how,s that for creeping? best wishes-Stefan-x
Comment is about How much we would like to say... (blog)
Original item by Larisa Rzhepishevska
Tue 8th Jun 2010 22:05
I enjoyed listening to your another beautiful poem. Thanks for sharing.
Comment is about Disjointed (blog)
Tue 8th Jun 2010 21:57
At 3 am, I often wake to consider which shoes I'll wear the next day; the thigh length boots, the black doc martins, the preposterously high high heels... or the pair I haven't bought yet...
Comment is about Alvin Guinessberg (Poet profile)
Original item by Alvin Guinessberg
Tue 8th Jun 2010 21:16
Thank you as always for your generous comments Andy!
It was a challenge to write 'C'est la vie...' given the constraints...
Tue 8th Jun 2010 21:14
Eh bien... and your French was terrible as a child?!
Merci beaucoup Josh pour tes remarques sur mon poème 'C'est la vie...'
'in a more driven way' huh... D'accord ; )
Comment is about Josh Coates (Poet profile)
Original item by Josh Coates
Tue 8th Jun 2010 21:04
Cate, thank you for taking the time to read and comment so nicely on 'C'est la vie...'
It was a bit of a challenge to write given it had to be about ten different people, and only five words per line.
Tue 8th Jun 2010 20:56
Que tu es gentil Monsieur Alvin Guinessberg !
Tu me fais fondre le coeur avec ce poème de Jacques Prevért...
Merci de l'avoir partagé : )
Abbiamo sentito leggere il poeta ; )
Tue 8th Jun 2010 19:31
Good luck with this Josh! If I didn't live several hundred miles away I would turn up!
Comment is about Accidental Afternoon of Poetry (blog)
Tue 8th Jun 2010 18:56
Involved shoes organise bolshie exuberant legs
Comment is about 10 into 5 (blog)
Tue 8th Jun 2010 18:49
Thanks very much, Al. Mermaids, eh? Thought it were the ambulance siren again.
Comment is about Emptiness (blog)
Tue 8th Jun 2010 18:43
Through work I have contact with ex soldiers looking for a sporting career minus a limb. Thinking of their approach, and reading your poem sends shivers down my spine. Great people and great work.
Tue 8th Jun 2010 18:39
just dropping in to thank you for your comment on my poem. One of my more timid ones, and appreciated.
Tue 8th Jun 2010 18:29
encore!encore! like it Steve-ta-Stefan the sweard swallower!
Comment is about The Greatest Show on Earth (blog)
Original item by Steven Kenny
Tue 8th Jun 2010 17:48
This is good, very good. I can hear the mermaids singing
Tue 8th Jun 2010 15:00
can I borrow your soapbox Isobel - it's bigger than mine :)
Comment is about nul points (blog)
Original item by Banksy
Tue 8th Jun 2010 13:47
Dave doesn't do nasty Andy. Now if Dermot had finished a poem with that line, you would have felt the twist...
Comment is about Ten into Five (blog)
Original item by Dave Bradley
I'm being stalked - in "real time!"
Tue 8th Jun 2010 13:44
'By dint of curiosity and accident' - I bet you did! Hope your trawlings are going well... x
Tue 8th Jun 2010 13:41
Lol - stay on your soapbox Banksy - you'll fit in well round here and a few of us could probably benefit from your experience - just don't be surprised if I argue the toss!
Tue 8th Jun 2010 13:40
As is my wont I arrived here by dint of curiousity and accident. I'm glad I did. I really enjoyed all the work on your profile, but especially the sensuality of "Wolflet." You have a very distinct and interesting style and I get the feeling that your work is both considered and crafted. Hope to see more soon.
Comment is about Helen Dring (Poet profile)
Original item by Helen Dring
Tue 8th Jun 2010 12:28
Hi Cate, Nice to see you're still here, strumming away : ) Thank you for reading and leaving kind comments on my post The Dunes. Debz x
Tue 8th Jun 2010 10:10
Ha Ha - gotcha !
Tue 8th Jun 2010 09:50
Doh! You've proved it! I just read your poem! ;-) x
Tue 8th Jun 2010 08:11
and who is very embarrassed (shy person that I am - lol) for receiving that credit - lol..
top banana, many thanks Olga! x
Comment is about Finding my way (blog)
Original item by Olga Gerke
Mon 7th Jun 2010 23:20
So beautiful Larisa-keep them coming! thanks-Stefan-x
Comment is about To the Creator (blog)
Mon 7th Jun 2010 23:04
Hi John - thanks for emailing me the song "Candlegame". Can I put it on my poet's profile on WOL? And whats all this about the madness of the poet then? ;-)
Comment is about John Togher (Poet profile)
Original item by John Togher
Mon 7th Jun 2010 21:41
thanx to Andy N for editing it!
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