Wed 7th May 2008 20:38
Thanks for reading.
Comment is about Bastards (blog)
Original item by Dai Miles
Wed 7th May 2008 20:36
Thanks for reading.
Comment is about It's Jack! No Doubt About It (blog)
Wed 7th May 2008 20:34
hey, Danny. I'll have two for you!
Comment is about Ghost Ship (blog)
Wed 7th May 2008 20:33
Nice to see you again. Thanks for reading.
Wed 7th May 2008 20:31
Thanks again for reading me!
Wed 7th May 2008 18:31
Thanks all. I'm busy rehearsing so that i don't have to read it from the page.
Comment is about Earth, Our Mother Earth (blog)
Original item by Alvin Culzac
Wed 7th May 2008 17:53
Thank you for the review. The open Mic' night poetry contest sounds great! I will always miss the participation in such superb event, due to the distance and the location where I am. The only thing that I can say it is that you are all fabulous poets and have done great performances. Thank you once again.
Comment is about Better Late... By Louise Coulson (article)
Wed 7th May 2008 17:42
ahh shucks mahhhn thank you. err no I cant memorise it. I so so so wish I could. any ideas?
Comment is about Poem from a train (pathetic am I) parts 1 & 2 (blog)
Wed 7th May 2008 14:08
Very nice poem from the heart Zuzanna, thanks. you are a good friend!
Comment is about FRIENDSHIP DRUM (blog)
Original item by Zuzanna Musial
Wed 7th May 2008 14:06
Hi Alvin, very nice poem, good luck!
Wed 7th May 2008 14:03
Nice poem, I love how they all live!
Comment is about Bar Life - Their Round (blog)
Original item by Daniel Hall
Wed 7th May 2008 12:34
hey, Danny. Thanks for commenting. I hope your fig leaf is big enough!
Comment is about What Do I Know? (blog)
Wed 7th May 2008 12:30
hmmm ... so you were both on a private beach for nudists? Congratulations on taking a chance. I had a grin reading it. Now where did I put my fig leaf?
Wed 7th May 2008 11:27
Hi Dan - I'm in the process of completing a presentation assignment for a 20 minute mini lecture tomorrow at Uni'. The phonetics of the 'Gujjolay Eegima' language. This is far more interesting to both read and dwell upon...
Wed 7th May 2008 10:30
Thanks brother! :) I have been writing from an extremely young age! But the best technique I find is to just get up early (the most creative time) And write then, its quiet, theres no distractions you can actually hear the world breathe! Great Poetry you have! The royal We is very catchy! :D
Comment is about Daniel Hooks (Poet profile)
Original item by Daniel Hooks
Wed 7th May 2008 10:19
The wonderful world of performance poetry. It's certainly a different way of writing. I'm quite new to it but recorded some stuff over at myspace (link in the profile). I enjoyed reading through your work and I can certainly see how it would be rewarded when performed live.
Wed 7th May 2008 09:57
From what I have read I find your poetry intriguing how do you come up with your lines do they just come to you or do you have to think about them. Anyway great stuff!
Comment is about Tai Mahmud (Poet profile)
Original item by Tai Mahmud
Wed 7th May 2008 09:53
I like what you done here its very clever!
Wed 7th May 2008 09:19
I bet that comes over strong and loud when spoken over a huge PA system. Go for it. I hope you get the reception the work deserves.
Wed 7th May 2008 09:15
Another poem from the heart written out in full. Thank you for sharing.
Wed 7th May 2008 06:28
Great Adventure around the World in 80 Days…A poem - Based on History of Thomas Cook and his discovery from sailing around the World.
Thomas Cook, the Leicester-based pioneer of tourist travel, led his first package tour around the world in 1872, the year in which Phileas Fogg and Passepartout made their own momentous journey. It was the last great challenge facing a man who had begun his business-taking excursionists to Temperance rallies.
Wed 7th May 2008 04:45
HI Paul, glad to have you with us all.
Comment is about Brink (Poet profile)
Original item by Brink
Wed 7th May 2008 03:47
HI Antonio, Nice poem, I read about it in the news, so sad, that so many are always hurt every year by these weather events. Makes me wonder why they dont move inland?
Comment is about A lovely warm spring day (blog)
Wed 7th May 2008 03:44
HI Dai, Cool poem!
Wed 7th May 2008 00:22
Excellent write, on time too… You have brought to my attention - "Could weather’s violence bring us back to peace?" - I wish the weather changed the World before the Catastrophe will hit the Earth. The axle of the Earth is already changing and in 2012, there will be major one when the sun will enter the Milky Way. That was supposed to bring many dangerous eruptions, like Volcano's and Earthquakes.
RALLY GOOD WRITE-BRAVO!
Tue 6th May 2008 22:23
I think they call it salvage! Not something I've ever had an opportunity to do so can't say if I would or not. Have a tot for me!
Tue 6th May 2008 22:20
A comment on a recent event. Brave write.
Tue 6th May 2008 20:04
To please you is such a pleasure! Thanks!
Comment is about Taking his Advice (blog)
Tue 6th May 2008 20:02
Thanks! You're very encouraging! What would I do without you?!?!
Comment is about A Symbol of Nature (blog)
Tue 6th May 2008 18:35
So, Antonioni... you're a misogynist too!
'i hate women - swiming' they are but phonetic minimal pairs.
I swam the channel tunnel once - does that count?
Comment is about I hate swimming (blog)
Tue 6th May 2008 18:06
All your poems are very beautiful and well written.
Love the voice recording too!
Thank you for your interesting comment on my last write...Smile.
Comment is about Daniel Hall (Poet profile)
Tue 6th May 2008 18:02
Daniel~ I can not answer that for you. You have to feel in your heart...Smile
Thank you for the priceless comment!
Comment is about THE PAIN OF LOVE (blog)
Tue 6th May 2008 18:01
Thank you for your brilliant comment!
You have been missed - Hope to see you posting soon.
Tue 6th May 2008 17:56
Thank you for being there and placing such a lovely comment on my latest poem. Hope all is well.
Missing your writing...Hope to read some new art of your creative mind.
Comment is about Melanie (Poet profile)
Original item by Melanie
Tue 6th May 2008 17:18
As always your poetry is very entertaining
Comment is about Allan Gray (the artist formerly known as Gordon Zola) (Poet profile)
Original item by Allan Gray (the artist formerly known as Gordon Zola)
Tue 6th May 2008 16:30
Thank you for the lovely comment!
Comment is about garside (Poet profile)
Original item by garside
Tue 6th May 2008 16:28
Clarissa~ Yes, I think I would like to have the understanding of love at my youth age...Then I would not get married at all....ha. ha.
However, since they say "LOVE IS BLIND"- there are the consequences when is done and to late now to reverse the clock we need to pay the price for.
I should say, Life is long time learning process…Remember the Serenity Prayer-
"God grant me the Wisdom to accept things that can not change"
Thank you so much for your comment!
Tue 6th May 2008 16:21
Antonio~ it is the truth quite often in a committed relationship that type of love occurs. This is the time when people should sit down and evaluate their relationship. Speaking from my own experience … wisdom comes with age so the love too. The more we know the person the more we shall be able to love—the other way to say I love you will be:
“Ti Amo – Amore - S’agapo – Ja Liubju Tebia – Kocham Ciebie – Ich Liebe Dich.”
I guess that is enough for the other languages…Smile.
Thank you for you lovely comment!
Tue 6th May 2008 16:11
"The elusive concept"...Sounds very sceptical. I am sure there is love among us. There are many types of love. Perhaps not everyone was lucky to recognize when was there. This is t one-person opinion, Smile.
Thank you for your comment. It made me think deeper about LOVE.
Tue 6th May 2008 16:06
Darren ~ Life is a lesson to learn and enjoy. I think the time we are here is to short. It is good to have the knowledge sooner...I believe that there is love as described above. We need to understanding what life is all about and how to approach different situation, when arises. Family comes from different backgrounds so there might be misunderstandings at times, but to overcome this communication is the key. I am sure Darren you know that and I thank you for your precise comment!
Tue 6th May 2008 16:04
Thank you.... I so pleased you can see more than just bar snacks. There is a sequal to this one I will post another day.
Comment is about Bar Life (blog)
Tue 6th May 2008 15:57
Your imagination is so good Creative and imaginary. At first, you made my hungry thinking of those onions...Smile. It is morning here so I had no coffee or breakfast yet. Now I see the poem is not about that. Well done my friend in poetry; I see the many layers too. Love your write!
Tue 6th May 2008 14:10
Nice poem,many layers, and I could just see it all ! Thanks
Tue 6th May 2008 13:15
Steve, I have not written any decent lyrics.
Thanks for the feedback, hey maybe I'll try some.
Mel where ya been????????
thanks for feedback
Comment is about One shot at life (blog)
Tue 6th May 2008 11:37
Now this is my level of comprehension. Of course, because it's about onions, there are many, many layers eh Daniel!?
Great imagery too. I was once married to a gherkin. who was a twin. I challenge you to tell the two of them apart. It was an easy mistake to make. Like my mate with the cucumber and the courgette, but that's another (well documented) story...
Tue 6th May 2008 11:33
I've enjoyed going through your poems. I'd love to hear a sound clip of the lyrics as well. Take it easy, keep on scribbling.
Comment is about Solange Moffi (Poet profile)
Original item by Solange Moffi
Tue 6th May 2008 11:22
As Shelly D has said, I also feel this would reach maximum impact read aloud. Plenty of stuff in there to think about.
Comment is about Truth or Lie (blog)
Tue 6th May 2008 11:13
From wanted to needed.... Made me ask, where am I now?
Tue 6th May 2008 10:02
Hi Sweet Pete
A very emotive poem. you have a wonderful ability to draw the reader into your poems.
A powerful subject, written with your usual sensitivity. Lovely.
Tue 6th May 2008 09:59
Beautiful, simply beautiful. Very poignant and extremely emotive.
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