Wed 12th May 2010 09:26
So THAT'S why I've never been burgled! (Hope that's not famous last words!) Nice to see you on here too. xx
Comment is about BURGLAR #1 (blog)
Original item by Mary Gillard
Patricia and Stefan Wilde
Wed 12th May 2010 09:20
my spud polishing wife thinks so(take two!good one gilly(also take two! haha!xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Comment is about BURGLAR###### (blog)
Wed 12th May 2010 09:19
my spud polishing wife thinks so! good one gilly!
Wed 12th May 2010 09:11
ooops! So I did! (Put it in the wrong place!) Have now moved it so you might want to move or delete your comment too. xxxx
Comment is about Isobel (poet profile)
Original item by Isobel
Wed 12th May 2010 08:18
I like this, especially the last seven lines. We, the abberated, should stick together! Defo!! xx
Comment is about parting shot (blog)
Original item by Banksy
Wed 12th May 2010 06:01
Will the word "Utopia" help you? lol With best wishes, Larisa
Comment is about Prometheus and Andromeda (blog)
Original item by Nash
Wed 12th May 2010 01:38
YoU manifest a sumwon whom takes his fun and his not fun equaLILLY seriousLY. thus your appraisaL iZ 4 me highLILLY vaLUeD MercI xXx
Comment is about GorY JaxonorY aLlerGorieZ (blog)
Original item by Chris Jam
Wed 12th May 2010 00:09
Tom-any predictions on pension credits and bus passes?-please oh please-predict favourably-even if its a lie-break it to me gently!
Comment is about Cassandra's Complaint (blog)
Original item by Tommy Carroll
Tue 11th May 2010 23:00
Hey up Ann! have just read discussions on possibility of reducing poems,and read your agreeable comments-good God! was,nt it Hitler who used to burn books he did,nt like? I thought poetry itself was about freedom of writing? and someone doesnt like 'friend' groups??? that comment speaks volumes does it not? and the very thought of scrolling down-phew! how tiring!dictatorial elitism rears its old head once more.If postings are lessened,please feel free to email your poems to me-I would take great pleasure in reading-everyone.Personally I shall always try my upmost to support this terrific site,and continue being open hearted-to everyone on here-with absolute respect-cheers Ann-Stefan-xxpsst! say nowt-yer might get taken out at dawn and WASTED!
Comment is about withdrawal (blog)
Original item by Ann Foxglove
Tue 11th May 2010 22:58
Thank you Winston for your comment. : )
Comment is about Winston Plowes (poet profile)
Original item by Winston Plowes
Tue 11th May 2010 22:56
Thank you Graham for your comment. : )
Comment is about Graham Sherwood (poet profile)
Original item by Graham Sherwood
Tue 11th May 2010 22:52
Thank you K for your personal comment. : )
Comment is about Kealan Coady (poet profile)
Original item by Kealan Coady
Tue 11th May 2010 22:51
Thank you Isobel for your personal comment. ''I could go on...'' please do!: )
Tue 11th May 2010 22:49
Thank you Andy for your very personal comment. : )
Comment is about Andy N (poet profile)
Original item by Andy N
Tue 11th May 2010 22:47
Thank you Larisa for your comment. : )
Comment is about Larisa Rzhepishevska (poet profile)
Original item by Larisa Rzhepishevska
Tue 11th May 2010 22:22
I like this one very much
Comment is about one for you (blog)
Tue 11th May 2010 22:17
help needed with the last line if anyone would be so kind...
Tue 11th May 2010 17:18
a very beautiful poem but the last verse is from Rahel's hiaku which she wrote for me when she was a teenager, Great minds eh?
Comment is about Third Person Omniscient (blog)
Tue 11th May 2010 16:59
Hi Chris, I'm going to be honest with you. After many years on the poetry scene in Bristol I've become quite jaded with a certain style of performance poetry, BUT I thought this was excellent. Truly excellent. Most people ramble on too long or forget their point or, to be frank, chat utter shit. I thought this was succinct (enough), poignant and delivered brilliantly. I also like the sentiment. Following Diana's death I wrote a piece about the death of my grandad the same week which had a similar point but yours is much better. Nash
Tue 11th May 2010 14:28
this is so beautifully written. i love the simplicity in your imagery close to true beauty.
i have often asked about the ant question.
i wrote a haiku about it which asked if our earth is a giant that we cannot comprehend as a living being because of its sheer scale...what are we to the miniscule life in the moss on the barks of trees...and how vast is the space between us...and what bodies orbit us...like the stars?
its so nice to meet someone who thinks the same. ive had many a smart insult directed at me for thinking about giants and ants from people at church usually...not that i should expect much else from them...only this guy was from africa and a true spirit.. i was so dissapointed when he laughed along with all the others there who couldnt understand me.
ah kealan its lonely at the top eh?
Cynthia Buell Thomas
Tue 11th May 2010 12:09
I'm presuming it is 'dis-ease of staggering beauty', a very compelling title, and an extremely interesting premise. Since the very word 'gender' is under attack by 'new thinkers', the whole idea is extremely topical. I'll think about it, to see if I have anything even approaching your concept. Perhaps I'll send one called Morning on the Mall. God forbid I should be a 'tweedy well-meaning teacher!' Your approach sounds a bit like the "James Dean'/Marlon Brando ilk of the what? 60's?
Comment is about Call for Submissions (blog)
Original item by AJ McKenna
Tue 11th May 2010 11:52
Nicky, I nearly croaked when I saw your message. How could you have known I've been thinking of you so much! I fully intended to make contact today - meant to last week but got caught up with children. I'm so glad all is well. The final stages of pregnancy are very trying (sort of coupled with 'O Lord! It's going to start all over again. When will I ever be ME!'). I am only empathising through my daughter's triple births. I had 'two for one', and chose not to risk another egg-set of possibly three; the chance factor was very high. Write as you can, for it's marvellous therapy for damn near everything. Carry a pad and pencil everywhere, especially in the bath (presuming you might actually get the odd one.) I'm being silly now.
Lots of love,
Comment is about Nicky Burrows (poet profile)
Original item by Nicky Burrows
Tue 11th May 2010 10:15
Miss you???-I,ve set a place for lovely people like yourself-in my heart! (what a soppy old duffer I am!-Stefan-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Comment is about Our life (blog)
Tue 11th May 2010 10:12
Once again a beautifully composed and read poem-thank you-Monsieur Wilde-xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Tue 11th May 2010 10:09
And Larisa we enjoy your lovely open hearted poems and comments-AND! stacks of kisses! as long as they keep coming-woo-oo! take care lovely Lady-Stefan-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Tue 11th May 2010 09:10
Hi Tom, saw you at Come Strut your Stuff last night, thought you were great, really liked your words and style. Thanks, James
Comment is about Tom George (poet profile)
Original item by Tom George
Tue 11th May 2010 08:42
Very nice poem Tommy. I like it. With best wishes, Larisa
Comment is about Love's cooling light (blog)
Tue 11th May 2010 08:11
good stuff, kealan.. the ending is particularly clever - i think you build to this really, really well..
Tue 11th May 2010 01:53
Hi Cynthia, how are you? Wish I could say that I was in possession of a beautiful baby girl, but still waiting,. Feel Like I have been pregnant for 10years now and not the mere 10months that it is. I can't even write at the moment, everything is hormonal dribble, or hot air - ha, I am like a ballon that is ready to pop!- I am reasonably well though, if worn out and a mere shadow of my former self!! I am hoping that Kara Fe (fe with an accent over the 'e') Burrows should be here very shortly, and then at least I can get back to normal, even if general life will be upturned again. Once again, hope you and yours are well and will keep you informed. We have had some really bad viruses in thr computer and when it is working doesn't help me at the minute that it is in the attic bedroom,I need my laptop back. Take care, nicky xx
Comment is about Cynthia Buell Thomas (poet profile)
Original item by Cynthia Buell Thomas
Tue 11th May 2010 01:18
Ain't that the truth.
Mon 10th May 2010 20:53
Thanks Ray. I will definitely have a think about the 'heartbeat' comment, you may be onto something there. The separation of 'staring' is a nod to the mersey poets who are particular favourites of mine, it's not meant as a surprise as such, just to draw your eye back to it to accentuate the meaning of the word. A cheap trick, but I like it. Glad you like though and thanks again for your very constructive comments. Much appreciated, Nash
Comment is about Consulting the Auricle (blog)
Mon 10th May 2010 20:50
I LOVE camping - you left out that evocative sound of the zip on the tent when you open up for the first time on that perfect morning! Can't beat it!
Comment is about St. John's in the Vale (blog)
Mon 10th May 2010 20:47
Hello Nash. Like the title, "Your surveillance equipment" is clever and "Dust colliding"is sublime, well, the whole of that verse is pretty good. Wonder if you could finish on heartbeat, final verse isn't adding that much, I don't think.Do you mean to separate "star" and "ing"? There's enough surprises without that. Good poem.
Mon 10th May 2010 20:42
Oh, sorry! Forgot about a kiss
for you to remember me and miss. lol
Mon 10th May 2010 20:40
You are certainly kidding,
Feeding me with compliments
which sound like the fragments
of gentleman's judgments.
Mon 10th May 2010 20:14
Hi Ann - Isobel is right on this one - I'm definitely not the protagonist. The story (as often with mine) is a true one & this is just how this particular guy used to get his jollies - he probably came to a sticky end. B
Comment is about Summer, 1954 (blog)
Mon 10th May 2010 19:50
Good evening Larisa-lovely poem-but!-lovelier smile! best regards-Stefan-x
Mon 10th May 2010 19:06
Wlcom to WOL Lyn. Winston
Comment is about Lynn Dye (poet profile)
Original item by Lynn Dye
Mon 10th May 2010 18:50
I do, I do, I do, I do! I enjoy this site very much. Thank you.
Mon 10th May 2010 18:39
Hi there Larisa, Welcome to WOL... hope you enjoy the site. Winston
Mon 10th May 2010 18:32
Hi Nash, welcome to WOL. Good to see you posting blogs and taking part. Lots to descover on here once you start looking. Winston
Comment is about Nash (poet profile)
Mon 10th May 2010 18:10
did you notice the daemon i captured on Frankie's shoulder...?
Comment is about Eclectricity, Bolton March 2010 (photo)
Mon 10th May 2010 17:56
Thanks Lynn, i'm honoured
Comment is about Panchajanya (blog)
This has a really nice flow.
Comment is about Germinate (blog)
Original item by Max Wallis
Mon 10th May 2010 17:35
I love this, I find it inspiring.
Mon 10th May 2010 17:13
Hi Andy - its in the heading - friday 21st May - think i sent you invite on f-book too hope you can make it, cheers Jeff
Mon 10th May 2010 16:58
Very good,I like this, well written.
Mon 10th May 2010 16:24
To return the compliment...If I could have written that when I was 21, i'd have been very smug about it. Awesome!
Mon 10th May 2010 15:43
May be we should get together Augusta!
Comment is about a stan laurel kind of day (blog)
Mon 10th May 2010 15:09
yes, i think that a poem is appropriate form for modern times - time of short attention span. But now it seems that i have a commission for Russian article so will be busy for a while. :-)
Comment is about Loved for being me (blog)
Original item by Olga Gerke
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