Sun 28th Sep 2008 11:47
Aw, this is so sad and almost wistful.
Death by chocolate sounds divine.mmmmmm..
Although i once sent a card to my brother-in-law which had a picture of a waiter asking a man what sweet he'd like. When he asked for death by chocolate please, a huge bar of chocolate dropped from a great height, squashing him flat.
Sorry, couldn't resist that bit of sarcasm.
Love your poem.
Comment is about death by chocolate (blog)
Original item by Daniel Hooks
Sun 28th Sep 2008 11:18
Loved this poem with a great rhythm.
Would be a great performance poem.
Some really fantastic lines.
Comment is about Monosodium Glutamate (blog)
Original item by Horace Thespider
Sun 28th Sep 2008 11:10
Oh yes, i like this one too.
There always seems to be something missing.
I know what's missing in my life but i can't put a percentage on it.
Is anything ever 100 % ?
Comment is about not 100% happy (blog)
Sun 28th Sep 2008 11:04
The veneer that holds the steer of the stag.
Love that line Pete.
I know quite a few people who live in the bottom of a bottle. Very sad sight.
Comment is about tip it in (blog)
Sun 28th Sep 2008 10:59
Great poem and a bit political or a bit of a parody if those are the right words!
Sun 28th Sep 2008 10:47
and a spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go down....
Nowt wrong with a sweet treat mate.
Loving your poem.
Comment is about clouds of happiness (blog)
Sun 28th Sep 2008 10:24
mood swings , like being on a fairground ride .... enjoy it while it lasts
Sun 28th Sep 2008 09:07
Hi Zuzanna, embraced in a blanket of love, how sweet. This is a fitting tribute to your lover, like it, Jeff X
Comment is about ALL MY LOVE (blog)
Original item by Zuzanna Musial
Sun 28th Sep 2008 04:03
Ditto ! or is it bingo? Wow you are a wealth of information. Is there a word search in the guardian? I dont care for crosswords. Thtas cool about the battery and lemons. if I can make it into a bomb shelter thats great, but I bet Ill just fall down and die. If they dont round me up for a fema camp and gas me first. great little rant, I enjoyed it much!
Comment is about (blog)
Sun 28th Sep 2008 03:51
wow, well much of the world is a disaster, and many follow it. seems you enjoy watching people, so do I. They are fasinating.You know he may be perfectly happy with his life. consumer greed is a real problem, but they shop to try and get happy, and it does not work very long. I see it everyday.
Comment is about slowly becoming a disaster (blog)
Sun 28th Sep 2008 03:45
ooohhh I do like this one! Never belive that others are just slap happy all the time. Even the rich get cancer and die. Happy is a state of mind. its accepting the day as it comes, and understanding not every day will be fun, and thus you are not happy everyday. I guess some cats are happy everyday. Mine are. loved the poem and the last lines!
Sun 28th Sep 2008 03:42
Is she still so skinny? I know she is big over there, and I wouldnt dare to say anything. I enjoy Enya very much.
Comment is about wow (blog)
Sun 28th Sep 2008 03:40
Well, Marilyn had a make up artist, a person to dress her, even stitch her into dresses. she had a hair dresser 24/7. she had profesional photographers, and she had money. ah she was not happy at all. I enjoyed this poem.
Comment is about I shall have to make do (with videotape) (blog)
Sun 28th Sep 2008 03:37
Happy , what is it? where is it? it has to be balanced, it comes from within, its not always around. find the little things. thats what i do. loved the poem
Sun 28th Sep 2008 03:31
I enjoyed this poem. you know its not a sin to eat yummy things from time to time. I like the whole poem. I love kaleidoscopes, not full of guilt though, full of memorys and happy.
Sun 28th Sep 2008 03:24
Yes they are elusive, loved the poem peter
its so my work and you had such fun with this one. I had fun reading it! yahoo happy poem
Comment is about a disturbing stage (blog)
Sat 27th Sep 2008 19:49
My kind of poet.
Comment is about Horace Thespider (Poet profile)
Sat 27th Sep 2008 17:49
Thanks Louise n Horace
yea I was in there today buying a hoze-lock nozzle for my garden hose. They are elusive.
Sat 27th Sep 2008 17:42
Janet, I was in a hurry and my first stanza was confusing...Sorry.
If you re-read now it is better...LOL:)
Thank you for your comment that helped me to collect my thinking.
Sat 27th Sep 2008 17:05
This really says soooo much. I've been having a bit of a crisis lately over the state of none relationships and thinking that B&Q would be good! Thankfully I have great friends to remind me who I really am and so realise the grass isn't greener. Liberty is pretty much everything for many of us .... thank you all for letting me remember this very lately, you all know who you are.
Great sentiments Pete puts it all in a nutshell x
Sat 27th Sep 2008 16:09
I have lived this life. Your poem touched a nerve.
Sat 27th Sep 2008 11:50
Hi Tim. Thanks for the comment on " now, then and back again."
I'm trying to do more of these but it's difficult sometimes because i don't want them all to look the same. I'm working on it though.
Hope you are keeping well and it's always nice to see your poetry in the blogs too.
Comment is about Tim Linton (Poet profile)
Original item by Tim Linton
Sat 27th Sep 2008 11:39
Thanks for your comment.
Oh no!!! now i have to go and find a playwrite.
I haven't read The Chairs by Ionesco.
My poem was based on the fact that someone gave me a table without any chairs.
The actual search was a myth but it goes down well at open-mic gigs. It's just one of those poems that took about 10 minutes to write and rhymed all the way through.
A creative streak when i was sitting instead of working for a change.
Thanks again, love and light, Janet.x
Comment is about Pandora Scooter (Poet profile)
Original item by Pandora Scooter
Sat 27th Sep 2008 11:15
I found this one a bit confusing at first, but as i read through the poem, it got better for me.
It really is quite beautiful.
ps. The picture with the words are so true too.
Lots of love and best wishes to you,
Sat 27th Sep 2008 11:10
Brrrrr.... flippin 'eck Freda. Let's get Autumn out the way first.
Just joking of course. Lovely poem.
Comment is about Winter Morning (blog)
Original item by Freda Davis
Sat 27th Sep 2008 04:51
The poem is good. I found your imagination quite amazing and also amusing! The creative site of you shows well in this imaginary write.
It sounds at the last lines as you had some fan at night that put you at ease...Lol:)
Correct me if I am wrong...OK?
I like the style in your Sonnets!
Comment is about Dream lover (blog)
Sat 27th Sep 2008 04:44
Sorry to scare you with my poem. I did not mean that!! This was all fiction my friend.
Thank you for the wonderful comment!
Will not write dark poems anymore...Smile…:))
Have a great weekend!!
Comment is about Jeffarama! (Poet profile)
Original item by Jeffarama!
Sat 27th Sep 2008 04:38
Hello Dear Poetry Friends
Thank you Janet, Clarissa and Jeff for not being afraid of my imaginary Phantom;
Like I mentioned this was my trial poem. I am not any fun of this type of poetry. However there has been fiction written about all sorts of ghosts - This was maybe the first and last poem I wrote about this subject.
My personal choice is life, love, friendship as well as Nature.
Have a great weekend!
With my warm thoughts of you…Zuzanna
Comment is about THE PHANTOM (blog)
Sat 27th Sep 2008 03:03
Good use of rhyme in a well structured poem. I think I have a 'changling' in my house, my teenage son!!
Thanks for your comment on my poem
Comment is about The Changeling (blog)
Sat 27th Sep 2008 02:47
Thanks for the kind words, It was good to see you at Manky Poets and at Sale Waterside Arts Centre. Yes this is the type of poetry amongst Emotional Rainbows
Comment is about Plastic Face (blog)
Original item by Phil Golding
Melissa R. Mendelson
Sat 27th Sep 2008 01:22
Very intriguing piece. Your words paint such a vivid image of someone standing before a classroom of kids with ruler in hand and lesson on mind. Very well done. :)
Comment is about Education, my measure (blog)
Original item by Moira Eribenne
Sat 27th Sep 2008 01:19
Hi, Moira. Thank you so very much for your comment on my poem, Tether.
Take care. :)
Comment is about Moira Eribenne (Poet profile)
Sat 27th Sep 2008 00:09
Hi Sez, assume you've tinkered with this, still had tears in my eyes at the end! Sounds like an amazing lady Jeff X
Comment is about Una Valentine (blog)
Original item by Sarah Clark
Fri 26th Sep 2008 23:56
Hi Melissa, yet again I can identify with this, I hurt someone once, not intentionally, I wasn't acting responsibly at the time. If i could turn back the clock and show her I've changed..... too late however, but you summed it up perfectly, take care Jeff X
Comment is about Fragments of Heart Break (blog)
Fri 26th Sep 2008 23:52
Wonderful lines and description Phil, painted a great picture, could have been there!
Comment is about The Moon went for a swim (blog)
Fri 26th Sep 2008 23:37
hi Phil, good to see you last friday. Great stuff this, I assume its from Emotional rainbows, a good sign of things to come!
Fri 26th Sep 2008 23:23
Brilliant Ralph, really liked this, very hard hitting yet so moving, like the way you've included English Rose (All Mod Cons - fine album!), great stuff cheers Jeff
Comment is about Lithium Rose (blog)
Original item by Ralph Dartford
Fri 26th Sep 2008 23:10
Hi Moira, you can conjugate me anytime!
Love this, lines - 'You walk in and talk crap and we shut down. I squash your control with a flick of my ruler - excellent stuff, sounds an interesting classroom situation you got there! Jeff x
Across a geeks head
Fri 26th Sep 2008 23:04
Awwww, thanx Moira, only saw my name at the end as I read down! I was going to say 'Moira for PM' anyway!!
I like your attitude, hope Pete's read it. I'm okay if you're concerned after reading my poem, it comes and goes!
Keep on writing, good fun and really like what I've seen so far but where's your pic, not seen that! Ha! Jeff X
Comment is about Up! (blog)
Fri 26th Sep 2008 22:59
Hi Ralph, how very poignant and sadly put, good write, cheers Jeff
Comment is about Near Paddington (blog)
Fri 26th Sep 2008 22:54
Hang in there mate, sometimes this is just what you need to give you that serenity to put things into perspective. Takes a lot to share mate, but best to get it off your chest, as you know, i know. Take care and see you soon, cheers Jeff
Comment is about *not a poem (blog)
Fri 26th Sep 2008 22:48
Hi Zuzanna, spooky stuff, gave me that feeling of not wanting to walk around a dark building you don't really know, hope thats the effect you wanted, cheers Jeff
Fri 26th Sep 2008 19:46
enjoyed this. I know of a vicar in a punk band.
Comment is about My Dentist (blog)
Original item by Paul H Tubb
Fri 26th Sep 2008 19:42
I felt like I was there. Really enjoyed this.
Fri 26th Sep 2008 14:04
lovely sentiment in your poem. Shows you care what people think.
Clarissa's right though. Once you've made your peace, it's time to move forward.
Regret is a very negative feeling. Forgive yourself and others find it easier to forgive you.
Love and light,
Fri 26th Sep 2008 04:21
I hope you have been well. I have 3 kids, 2 boys and 1 girl. The 2 oldest have moved out, one to soon and with the wrong boy. But I, as Mom know nothing.I think everyday should be Mothers Day. But then,I understand your poem. Im not sure we get any thanks. I see my Mother everyday. I talk to my dad a few times a week. I may not agree with everything they say, but I try and understand them. There used to be a show on TV, called Waltons Mountain, they were poor in material things, but so wealthy in spirit and family. I always wished for such a life, in that the family was close, heck all live together in a big old house. There is so much to learn from eachother. I find older people of great value, when it comes to advice. Once in a while I have to remind them that they were young and stupid once, and we have to have patience, with the younger people. Ah Im rambling on, I like this poem. Go knock on their doors! Bring the tea and toast and just do it. Bet it would shock their socks off! take care xx clarissa
Comment is about Mothers Day (blog)
Original item by june slater
Thu 25th Sep 2008 00:46
firstname.lastname@example.org as well
Comment is about adg (Poet profile)
Original item by adg
Wed 24th Sep 2008 21:19
First ten Photographs by Stevie Turner, all the rest by Seamus Kelly - www.shayart.co.uk
Comment is about Graham Chadwick at the Howcroft Inn, Bolton September 2008 (photo)
Wed 24th Sep 2008 21:08
Photographs by Stevie Turner
Comment is about Mel Rees showcases at the Octagon Theatre, Bolton September 2008 (photo)
Wed 24th Sep 2008 20:26
It was a tounge in cheek fun poking poem at my face. The Parkinson's does effect the muscles in my face but I wanted to write about it in a light hearted way.
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