Fri 13th Jun 2008 19:44
Yes, I've made some wrong decisions, but it makes us what we are, I hope!
Comment is about Knock,Knock,Knock (blog)
Fri 13th Jun 2008 19:43
Hi Mirna, more stirring stuff, there appears to be one hell of a struggle and I hope you have the last laugh, love this -
A great bow for your success
I lost the battle, I confess
But life is like turning wheels
Winners will face their defeat.
Thanks, really like your work, Jeff
Comment is about At Last, You won (blog)
Fri 13th Jun 2008 19:39
Hi Pete, very romantic for you! Like Mel said though enchanting, not ranting! cheers Jeff
Comment is about my unselfish lover (blog)
Fri 13th Jun 2008 19:35
Hi Jennie, great stuff cheers Jeff
Comment is about When You're Happy You're Beautiful (blog)
Original item by Jennie B
Fri 13th Jun 2008 19:13
thought provoking! Thanks!
Comment is about What Is Life? (blog)
Fri 13th Jun 2008 19:11
lovely! I think you must be a lovely person to write it. TC Tim
Comment is about A SIMPLE ACT OF KINDNESS (blog)
Original item by Zuzanna Musial
Fri 13th Jun 2008 15:21
This is nice, I esp like the the last 5 lines.
Comment is about lady day (blog)
Fri 13th Jun 2008 09:57
Thanks. This was special to write.
Fri 13th Jun 2008 00:32
Peter Crompton is a phenomenon! He takes to the stage like a commando storming a beachhead taking no prisoners! His machine gun delivery can shock and rock an audience but he has a distinctive turn of phrase that can explode like a grenade in your consciousness and leave you gasping or laughing uncontrollably. At the top of his form he is simply unmissable!
Write Out Loud June 2008
Comment is about (Poet profile)
Life's a bitch, life's a bugger
if it get's worse you need a hugger.
Fri 13th Jun 2008 00:28
Oops - er I'm one of those over sixty getting free bus travel. I have to say ITS GREAT - HAVING A WONDERFUL TIME TRAVELLING ACROSS UK. sorry I realise this is upsetting for some people but you have to understand those little wrinkles can be quite traumatic. See soup poem!
Comment is about THE BEAT GENERATION (BRITISH VERSION: 2008) (blog)
Fri 13th Jun 2008 00:22
The past terrifies us all. We wish we could have done things different. I like the ending
Fri 13th Jun 2008 00:20
'that green David Cameron sucking teat' yeah well this is a bit of a nipple sucking craze. Trouble is depends on your politics. However, a nicely provocative poem. I do not wish to reveal mine. But enoyed the point.
Comment is about Frying tonight (blog)
Thu 12th Jun 2008 22:29
Cheers for the comments!
Comment is about surviving heartbreak over 7 days at 13 (blog)
Thu 12th Jun 2008 21:57
very nice poem.
Comment is about It's Over (blog)
Thu 12th Jun 2008 21:56
Thu 12th Jun 2008 16:25
It is beautiful Christine, reminiscent of the opening lines of Keats' The Eve of St. Agnes Eve.
Comment is about The Hare (article)
Thu 12th Jun 2008 16:21
Thank you :)
I wrote it for a friend of mine who's birthday it was. I won't say who; they'll kill me! x
Thu 12th Jun 2008 15:06
Comment is about Music of silence (blog)
Thu 12th Jun 2008 14:58
Thank you, I'm really glad that you all like it.
Comment is about Children’s Future (blog)
Thu 12th Jun 2008 14:55
Thank you so much, I really appreciate every single word you wrote.
Comment is about Love Is (blog)
Thu 12th Jun 2008 10:21
I'm loving the poems. "Bhajis ensnare
like Medusa's hair" classic line Dom.
Comment is about Dominic Berry (Poet profile)
Original item by Dominic Berry
Thu 12th Jun 2008 10:17
I really like the dark imagery in this poem, the dark caves and i particularly liked the last page.
Comment is about An Ode to a Poet (blog)
Original item by Alison Mary Dunn
Thu 12th Jun 2008 09:59
Lots 'going on' i feel, in just a few simple lines. The true beauty of poetry.
Do you have a garage where you keep these poems Pete? A lock-up, maybe?
I actually prefer this more gentle sounding PC than the one that i read and sense the ranting. I absorb more this way. Beltin' (as they say in Wigan).
Thu 12th Jun 2008 09:38
Oh Pete. this is such a beautiful poem. I love the easy style, the repetition of first and last line, the internal rhythm and rhyme. Enchanting Pete, enchanting.
Thu 12th Jun 2008 02:21
Nice one Pete!
Thu 12th Jun 2008 00:47
love that bit mate!!!!!!!!!
GOOD STUFF great picture painted I was up there lad
Comment is about School ski trip '78 (blog)
Thu 12th Jun 2008 00:45
Thu 12th Jun 2008 00:29
Wed 11th Jun 2008 22:30
Can you contact me at email@example.com as your email doesn't seem to be working
Comment is about Andy Hopkins (Poet profile)
Original item by Andy Hopkins
Sarah Jane Vespertine
Wed 11th Jun 2008 21:46
Oh, Louise, you are such a flatterer! Thank you for your blush-making comments. What a good excuse to read your works on here, and thank goodness, really like them...
I really enjoy the rhythms you create. There's a real beat and flow to what you write, never mind the wonderful, graphic imagery of your words. Simple, stark and too, too evocative...
Comment is about Louise Fazackerley (Poet profile)
Original item by Louise Fazackerley
Wed 11th Jun 2008 21:19
Hey Richard, seems you had a good apprenticeship, any more like that?
Wed 11th Jun 2008 21:10
i can't believe i'm the first person to add a comment. in my humble opinion- your work is fucking ace. i've really enjoyed reading it and i normally skip through the longer stuff. i'd be interested in seeing you show your work- so add me to your mailing list if you've got anything on- or i might check out your myspace.
Comment is about Sarah Jane Vespertine (Poet profile)
Original item by Sarah Jane Vespertine
Wed 11th Jun 2008 20:49
This poem should be a song, as it has a lovely lyrical quality to it.Lovely
Wed 11th Jun 2008 20:26
We were just embryos of ourselves lived for the day...
Sandre, this is one of the best lines in a poem I have heard in a long time. The whole poem is delicious, but stanza endings are just superb.
Comment is about Sustenance (blog)
Original item by Sandre Clays
Wed 11th Jun 2008 20:22
Welcome to the site
Comment is about Hello! (blog)
Wed 11th Jun 2008 20:19
this is such a clever poem and I love the way the disjointed format suits the awkwardness of young love. I think the repetition of first and last line is very effective
Wed 11th Jun 2008 20:17
Another classic Pete Crompton poem...great stuff.
Comment is about he kills animals (blog)
Wed 11th Jun 2008 20:15
Do you have any way of getting audio for your poems? I would love to hear them read.
Comment is about Zuzanna Musial (Poet profile)
Wed 11th Jun 2008 20:13
I love this poem Zuzanna. It has become my favourite poem of yours. This poem should be circulated to the masses and I think that you say all... in just your title. the writing is so beautiful and compliments the content so perfectly. Lovely Zuzanna lovely.
Wed 11th Jun 2008 20:10
Superb poem Mirna.
Wed 11th Jun 2008 20:08
What an absolutely beautiful poem. It is very gentle and I love your rhyme scheme. A very soothing poem.
Comment is about Truths Untold (blog)
Wed 11th Jun 2008 20:06
A fantastic poem Jordan. I really like the format of the poem. I think having stagnation on one line works really well.
Comment is about Fiction (blog)
Original item by Jordan
Alison Mary Dunn
The title intrigued me very much as did your poem. You seem to have a heightened sense of awareness and certainly you bring a spiritual element to your writes.
Fascinating to read...
Wed 11th Jun 2008 19:56
I feel your frustration in this write. As though you are both locked in a chamber with no doors and it seems the only key is to speak out.
Comment is about Oddness (blog)
Wed 11th Jun 2008 16:52
Nice one Jordan, like your philosophy and the way you have played with words, cheers Jeff
Wed 11th Jun 2008 16:51
You're always up to no good!!
Enjoyed this, yes would have liked a line though about the Dutch giving the Italians a good hiding!! Like the line about Germany's invasion of the Polish box! cheers Jeffarama!
Comment is about Wilkommen Euro 2008 (blog)
Wed 11th Jun 2008 16:31
Wow. Loved your poem and I'm a smug veggie (and now contemplating veganism).
Wed 11th Jun 2008 04:20
Was trying to picture your write with this scary cannons and the frightening Bertha woman...Not sure what kind of cinema you have been watching when creating this poem. A little mystery there - Interesting write!
Comment is about Attack at dawn (blog)
Wed 11th Jun 2008 04:15
The poem shows your innocent teenage love toward someone special...A little mystery, thoughts hidden there. Sounds like a Challenge write.
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