Thu 1st Jul 2010 21:16
Loved 'A Private Function', great work. You should write more immediate stuff like that (at least i think so).
Comment is about Banksy (Poet profile)
Original item by Banksy
Thu 1st Jul 2010 20:42
Hi Ann - but you're barely out of your teens yet !
(crimplene & tweed)
Comment is about Ann Foxglove (Poet profile)
Original item by Ann Foxglove
Ho ho ho! xx
Comment is about Crimplene & Tweed (blog)
Thu 1st Jul 2010 20:41
Hi Ann - but you're barely out of your teens yet !
Thu 1st Jul 2010 20:40
I really like this - I feel as if I can hear you reading it - very immediate, full of life and intriguing.
Comment is about Anything Goes (blog)
Thu 1st Jul 2010 20:28
Thanks very much to the Spider, the Dog, the Bee Gee and Bernie.
Thu 1st Jul 2010 20:23
Welcome to WOl. great stuff! enjoy exploring the site. nice audio sample. winston
you can put more audio on blog entries of course. You don't necesarily have to put the words up.
Comment is about The Antipoet (Poet profile)
Original item by The Antipoet
Thu 1st Jul 2010 19:57
Shhoosh! I made a few changes.
Comment is about curled as a shell (blog)
Thu 1st Jul 2010 19:29
Hello, welcome to WOL. Liked your audio and the poem too. (Audio reminded me a bit of Edgar Broughtan - before your time I expect!)
Comment is about Adam Gregory Pergament (Poet profile)
Original item by Adam Gregory Pergament
Thu 1st Jul 2010 19:27
Hey! Liked the audio - Ian Dury meets Elvis on first hearing! Welcome to WOL. x
Thu 1st Jul 2010 18:36
Very good Banksy - but "for those of us no longer young" very cruel too. Life is so short and mine is just whizzing by!! xx
Thu 1st Jul 2010 16:08
Hi Cyn - "crimplene & tweed" - you are so kind to me & my poems - I don't know what I've done to deserve it, since many of them are just daft throwaway ideas. I remember commenting on yours about "what women want" type of theme a while ago which was really good, but sometimes it doesn't seem fair that one or two poets just seem to "ring our bell" & yet others ignore them. Ah well different strokes & all that !
all the best. B
Comment is about Cynthia Buell Thomas (Poet profile)
Original item by Cynthia Buell Thomas
Thu 1st Jul 2010 16:00
Hi John, thanks very much for your comment on my profile - I was chuffed! Will be blogging more soon. Love 'Our Gert' and look forward to reading more. Dianna.
Comment is about John Coopey (Poet profile)
Original item by John Coopey
Thu 1st Jul 2010 15:59
Hi - many thanks. B
Thu 1st Jul 2010 15:57
Thanks Ray. I was thinking of giving it a trim.
Comment is about Life's a beach (blog)
Original item by Richard Bergman
Thu 1st Jul 2010 15:44
enjoyed this Ray
Thu 1st Jul 2010 15:42
clever, clever and fun, liked it.
Thu 1st Jul 2010 15:40
good sad write Hayden
Comment is about Play Pretend (blog)
Original item by Hayden
Thu 1st Jul 2010 15:39
quite liked this Hayden
Comment is about The Candy (blog)
Cynthia Buell Thomas
Thu 1st Jul 2010 15:12
Sheesh! You are just so good. Clever - tripping the words over ideas that are so punchy.
I couldn't find 'crimpline' in the dictionary.
Thu 1st Jul 2010 11:44
very enjoyable, repays repeated readings, love the jokes and rhymes
Thu 1st Jul 2010 10:58
Hello r.b. From "one ward dweller"(wood dweller almost!) this is great, funny, sharply bizarre.That 2nd half is the poem, I think you'd be well advised to cut or compress the preamble. The 2nd verse in particular, with its 3 lines of rhyme is distracting.
Thu 1st Jul 2010 10:22
Yeah i really enjoyed this too. Some great imagery and the rhythm bounces along quite merrily. Love it!
Nice one! ;-)
Thu 1st Jul 2010 09:32
superb. This shows real craftsmanship and discipline as well as having moments of sublime madness. Worthy of being megaphoned from the top deck of Preston Bus Station. On a Saturday.
Thu 1st Jul 2010 08:47
Hi there, just listened to your audio. I like the fact that the acoustics don't override the words which does seem to occur with a lot of this particular style of performance poetry.
I love your take on Moses. Very funny. Great stuff :-)
Thu 1st Jul 2010 08:34
Hi Mal, thank you very much for your comment on 'Tiptoe through the tulips.'
Very much appreciated,
Comment is about Malpoet (Poet profile)
Original item by Malpoet
Thu 1st Jul 2010 08:32
Is this based on poetry critique Mal?
Seems like there's a fair battle going on. It reminds me of the phrase 'he/she gives as good as he/she gets.'
Nice to see you posting again (wish you would find a nicer photo though) :-)
Comment is about Armed (blog)
Thu 1st Jul 2010 05:48
I really like this poem Stef - moving and beautiful, esp the first two verses. Very sad though. xx
Comment is about Used (blog)
Original item by Patricia and Stefan Wilde
Thu 1st Jul 2010 00:03
Very impressive manipulation of scansion and rhythm. Loved it. Post some more.
Comment is about (Poet profile)
Wed 30th Jun 2010 22:23
Yes - I would tend to agree with Ann's interpretation. This a poem about significant role change. A woman's need for a man who is distanced. The pressures that brings. Where he was once in control, the driving force of a knife in fact to her lamb, now he is domesticated, tamed, turned to stone by the weight of her expectations. I was a bit puzzled by the Frank reference but I've come to the conlusion you are referring to Frankincense which would tie in with the candles and prayers.
A sad poem but a good one cos it is so refreshingly different.
Comment is about How To Fix A Broken Man (blog)
Original item by John Togher
Wed 30th Jun 2010 22:06
I have read through this several times John, and I keep coming back to it!
I do have to agree that I love how it can be interpreted in so many ways...
Wed 30th Jun 2010 21:38
I enjoyed reading this sad tale, even though I will never understand
how someone could never have the courage to let someone else know
how they truly feel...
Comment is about I Was the Reluctant Lover (blog)
Original item by Tomás Ó Cárthaigh
Wed 30th Jun 2010 21:30
You have got me picturing you-in a gymslip-ohhhh! stop it! pwoah!
Comment is about All round waste. (blog)
Wed 30th Jun 2010 20:38
Well, we're all here in this world to help each other out ain't we! Even us grammar school girls. I would describe my spelling as "creative" on occasion - or is that ocasion??? xx
Wed 30th Jun 2010 20:28
ta for correction-yes I actually did make an error-as you have done in your comment(tash-wise)I refer you to your blog Madam.but ta ne'er the less-Stefan.xx
Wed 30th Jun 2010 19:49
"our tears"? rather than "out tears" maybe? Payback time for your spelling efforts on my behalf - re moustachaeioud! xx
Wed 30th Jun 2010 17:08
Welcome to our not so little site Cathy, hope you enjoy reading and finding all the little gems on here. Winston
Comment is about Cathy Bryant (Poet profile)
Original item by Cathy Bryant
Wed 30th Jun 2010 17:01
Hi Dianna, welcome aboard. hope you enjoy exploring the site. Winston :-)
Wed 30th Jun 2010 16:20
it's not until you've had some dealings with it that you find out first-hand just how crappy this aspect of the NHS really is.
Comment is about sectioned (blog)
Wed 30th Jun 2010 16:15
I love the twist at the end - comes as a complete surprise
(in spite of the title, I didn't see it coming)
Comment is about falling in love by surprise (blog)
Wed 30th Jun 2010 16:01
"Real neat" Alison
Comment is about Climber boy (blog)
Original item by Alison Smiles
Wed 30th Jun 2010 15:55
i dont know stef...i look like medusa in the morning.
Comment is about Patricia and Stefan Wilde (Poet profile)
Wed 30th Jun 2010 15:51
ah no im sorry you felt like that. i love your enthusiasm and spirit, i once felt like that...my mind, jet streaming always but particularly that night. i had personal stuff going on, nothing to do with company.thanks for your concern x
Wed 30th Jun 2010 15:47
wow its almost the valhalla sun in moonlight in its opposite.x
Comment is about Fragments (blog)
Original item by Marianne Daniels
Wed 30th Jun 2010 15:21
Ta Stef - oooh! You are clever!
Comment is about new twenty pound note haiku (blog)
Wed 30th Jun 2010 12:38
Not even with my manly new scar Rachel!? :-)
Thanks for the comment though! :-)
Comment is about Your Eyes (blog)
Original item by Steven Kenny
Wed 30th Jun 2010 11:57
i lie this..white medusa with her bright streamers...dare you look at a woman of the night stefan?
Comment is about Upworld (blog)
Wed 30th Jun 2010 11:52
i live on chapman st which i thought similar to the names of murderer harold shipman and the the name of mark chapman the fool who shot john lennon(GRHS)...now the name of a mutilated victorian prostitute...its all so grim i love it. yet it is really a very nice little street. The neighbour informed me however that one of us residents was held up at gunpoint for their shopping and another tried to cut off his own head! :) i believe non of it but not a bad welcome eh?
Comment is about Gentleman Caller (blog)
Wed 30th Jun 2010 11:40
in my eyes kenny youre lovely like a cherub...sorry if this is not 'you are rugged like a swarthy handsome film actor', but i think its better x
Wed 30th Jun 2010 11:30
I like that one John.Intriguing.
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