Fri 2nd Jul 2010 20:09
I really wouldn't get worked up about it Jackie. I was just pulling your leg. There is nothing more natural than the occasional raunchy poem - I've written one, Ann has, many on here have. Sex is great fun, it links us to animals but also separates us from them - cos they can't write about it...tee hee x
Comment is about Jacqueline King (poet profile)
Original item by Jacqueline King
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 20:07
But . . did you get my ENIGMAtic reference? Clevercloggs! Have you got your cloggs on by the way? hahah x
Comment is about new twenty pound note haiku (blog)
Original item by Ann Foxglove
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 20:02
But . . . you can't expect mere men to Not look at the risque stuff - if it is pointed out to them? Only saying this cos I care and please feel free to delete my Aunty Ann maunderings! xxxx
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 19:59
You just need to use your imagination Isobel! xxxx
Comment is about knightmoves (blog)
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 19:58
Yes well when I didn't put anything they did look at all the risque stuff, so I thought if I put a polite plea, then they wouldn't that was the thinking. It's like a no win situation! Cheers x
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 19:57
Never realised Chess could be so raunchy Ann! I guess it must depend on who you're playing with...
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 19:44
Yea, but who is Trky Cairns??
Comment is about king Bo( or Capitalism Got The Cream) (blog)
Original item by Trky Cairns
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 19:43
ah Bo is chuffed and has stuffed 'poem named after me' down his pants as another kingly achievement...thank you x
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 19:42
I agree with Isobel - keep it under your hat lady! xxxx
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 19:39
That comment on you profile could have been written by one of Lady GaGa's PR advisors.... You do realise that you will get everyone rushing to your blog with the addition of that liitle plea...LOL but hopefully they will also look at the rest..
Nice to see you back. x
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 19:37
I always find your poems interesting and with a lot of thought behind them. I see from re-reading your profile that you look forward to criticism/comment etc. I don't know how often you make comments on other poets poems - if you do, you are more likely to get feedback from them. Good luck with it all anywaY! XX
Comment is about Tom (poet profile)
Original item by Tom
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 19:30
Lots of Earth Mother magic - I like it too! x
Comment is about Beltane Dream (blog)
Original item by Shoeless Carole
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 19:04
Thanks - "Falling in Love by Surprise"
Comment is about Banksy (poet profile)
Original item by Banksy
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 19:02
I always look forward to your next poem Thomas! Be well! xx
Comment is about The Sea At Night Does Not Rest (blog)
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 18:59
Thanks for kind comments on "Curled as a shell . . ." x
Comment is about Lynn Dye (poet profile)
Original item by Lynn Dye
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 18:58
Thanks for kind comments on "Curled as a shell . . ." x
Comment is about Marianne Daniels (poet profile)
Original item by Marianne Daniels
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 18:54
Just a silly bit of nonsense for my knight in rusty armour! x
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 18:53
But . . . hey . . you don't appear to . . . appear!
Comment is about retirement from I (blog)
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 18:36
Wow - I'll have to check out your stuff - really like it!
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 18:34
I think this is a fantastic poem. x
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 18:30
I like this a lot Marianne, esp the first and last verses. "I am falling asleep in braille" = fab! x
Comment is about Sister Houdini (blog)
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 18:02
This is quite intriguing Marianne...
I love the line: 'I am falling asleep in Braille'
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 16:59
Now there's handsome!
Comment is about Malpoet (poet profile)
Original item by Malpoet
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 16:41
Well I can only apologise for having misunderstood your poem, and for completely missing the re-cycling tray - all is clear now.
And as for the picture - I have seen some very pleasant ones of you ... and if you're going to have one that makes you look like something barking - perhaps Pekinese is not your best look? ... get yourself a brandy and you'll look a lot more saintly, Bernard!
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 14:49
Haunting. Keep re-reading it.
Comment is about only a cat (blog)
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 14:29
Comment is about pussycatdreaming (blog)
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 14:20
I, too, keep coming back to this one - lots of layers and possibilities of interpretation. Good stuff. But I think I'd lose one of the 'and's from the last line - the first one, I think.
Comment is about How To Fix A Broken Man (blog)
Original item by John Togher
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 14:17
Comment is about the lights are on (blog)
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 14:16
Like this very much Ann, and like everyone else - particularly the twist.
Comment is about falling in love by surprise (blog)
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 14:10
Hi there Bernard!
I like it ... have I said all this before? I quite like the idea of replacing spent bits with new, do the old get re-cycled? But why are both arms being exchanged? or does it indicate a change of mind? And why do I ask so many questions?
It really is nice to see you back here, and I'm with Janet on the photo.
Comment is about Armed (blog)
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 14:03
I like it too - very moving. Don't think you need the alas! though.
Comment is about Used (blog)
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 14:01
Yes, I agree with Marianne - certainly resonates with me.
Really good. Always look out for your work.
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 12:49
written for Racheal Bond off the cuff on Fbook chat to cheer her up...be well.x
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 12:13
this might just be my favourite of yours, Banksy
Marianne Louise Daniels
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 11:48
"her neck curves gently
in seahorse shape"
I love that.
Comment is about curled as a shell (blog)
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 11:46
Your stuff always seems to linger with me long after read - i guess because it is so unbridled. yes, I like.
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 10:52
Damn ! - and I thought it was Isobel
Comment is about Crimplene & Tweed (blog)
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 10:44
Said what I thought on f/b ... like it.
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 10:06
Really like this. Only slight suggestion I'd make would be to take out the comma after muzak, and put long-forgotten comedies on its own line.
Always find your work interesting.
Comment is about radio days (blog)
Original item by Richard Bergman
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 10:03
My first thought was - yes, I think I've met you, maybe even dated you at one point ;)
The imagery is strong, but it feels unfinished ... you've introduced yourself (or your character's self, whichever) ... now what?
Comment is about I AM (blog)
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 09:54
Cruel and clever - like it! And how nice to see a photo of our own dear Sybil in her youth ...
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 09:41
Agree with ray about the preamble but actually, I think the whole thing is a bit short - I feel it tells half a story.
I'd start from one ward dweller ...
lose the quotation marks ...and take it away from there... love the last line.
Comment is about Life's a beach (blog)
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 09:21
Particularly like the last verse - witty. Nice rhyming scheme, would like to hear an audio of this one.
Hope you find your penguin.
Comment is about Anything Goes (blog)
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 08:43
Powerful. Snippets of imagery throughout the poem reveal more than they say; a good skill and shows a good control of language. Quality stuff again, Marianne.
Comment is about Fragments (blog)
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 04:17
Hello Jack thank you for your kind comments , i also have a monthly poetry column at www.pennyblackmusic.co.uk .
John is a really nice man , if you ever get to meet him you will have a great time, he is very down to earth and a lovable rogue. I have just wrote an article on him inc an interview. You can find it on pennyblack or next month I think it is going up on this site.
If you get to met Johnny you will have a good time he is really interesting and funny, say hello from me and tell him I will catch him again soon. Oh I nearly forgot as with everyones heros you do get nervous when you are with them but with John he makes you at ease and you soon feel as though you have been pals for years so dont worry, if you ever get the chance to meet him take it , you will never forget it.
Comment is about Jack Pascoe (poet profile)
Original item by Jack Pascoe
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 00:02
Whoa... totally forgot you told me you were on here - perhaps that was why this website was in my browser history.
Comment is about Robin J White (poet profile)
Original item by Robin J White
Thu 1st Jul 2010 23:57
Cheers guys, im thinking about changing the 'So we played at mummy and daddy' line in the 4th stanza - because its already apparent. any thoughts?
Comment is about Play Pretend (blog)
Original item by Hayden
Thu 1st Jul 2010 23:43
Hi Winston, thanks for the welcome. It's good to find something that makes people share and share alike y'know. Keep up the good work, Jack
Comment is about Winston Admin (Membership) (poet profile)
Original item by Winston Admin (Membership)
Patricia and Stefan Wilde
Thu 1st Jul 2010 23:27
drat! not one made up word to catch you out on,in this snooze time poem-(with no sexy ending!)lol! thanks Lynn-night night-Stefan-xx
Comment is about Warm Embrace (blog)
Thu 1st Jul 2010 22:53
Thank you all for your wonderful comments.
"Ian Dury meets Elvis"! Wow complements indeed...Do you mind if we quote that? ;-)
The music has been carefully constructed to complement the words so that, hopefully, the whole package is more than the sum of the parts. Glad you liked it and thanks for the welcome.
Comment is about The Antipoet (poet profile)
Original item by The Antipoet
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