Sat 3rd May 2008 13:17
I can't edit out my spelling mistakes. Sorry for them.
Comment is about Death of a Forest (blog)
Original item by Dai Miles
Sat 3rd May 2008 13:16
I like the idea of the last call of the lark.
It made me think hmmm wonder if the lark is really saying he will be back.
Man the virus must change if he is to survive.
Nature will always find a way.
If someon argues we are the next step of evolution I would argue back and say that even in nature there are glitches.
For all our good
for all our fantastic achievements, we let ourselves down for these materiel gains.
To destroy a forest is criminal to our planet.
I think nature will strike back.
Well done with this poem
It got me thinking and on a roll.
I'm off to write.
any more eco / animal stuff for me to read?
thanks for your words
Sat 3rd May 2008 01:51
Hi Steve. You enquired about a god sound recorder. I think 'audacity' is very good and easy to use.
all the breast, I mean best sorry
Comment is about mr stephen (Poet profile)
Original item by mr stephen
Sat 3rd May 2008 01:08
Your poems are very nice. thanks
Comment is about Daniel Hall (Poet profile)
Original item by Daniel Hall
Sat 3rd May 2008 01:07
Comment is about A Thing You Say (blog)
Nice poem! Thanks
Comment is about On a Shingle Beach (blog)
Fri 2nd May 2008 23:31
Thanks for reading and commenting. Yes, you are right. Trees are being felled and birds are leaving. Sad, very sad!
Fri 2nd May 2008 19:03
Interesting and mysterious though provoking write;
I like the poem; it shows that there is something there in your area that requires attention.
Fri 2nd May 2008 19:00
"I may be old and dreamy; in my forgotten state
But I still dream of developers before it'd too late"
Enjoyed reading- these last two lines are really giving a reader a lot of to think of.
Comment is about Canal, the end? (blog)
Original item by Phil Golding
Fri 2nd May 2008 18:54
I love the picture in your profile. It is unique!
Thank you so much for your comment on my writings. I appreciate a lot!
Your writings are fabulous. I do miss the chance to be able to read my writes in an open microphone. We do not have those yet in my Province. I believe that UK has been the center for an Art in writing.
I feel this in every poet’s heart.
Fri 2nd May 2008 18:44
With romance and some adventure, lovely poem, really love your write.
Fri 2nd May 2008 18:18
lovely poem! Thanks!
Fri 2nd May 2008 12:08
Thank you for your comment - I do indeed have a very high level of testosterone.
Really liked your poems - Mind Doors is so typical of us; I think we are too quick to spout the 'all men are bastards' line - when in fact it's often our own doing!
Fri 2nd May 2008 11:41
I realy enjoyed this more contemplative poem from you. I'd only previously read and heard you perform work with a harder edge. Thank you for showing a tender heart.
Comment is about The Runaways (blog)
Original item by Shelley Ann Dwornik
Fri 2nd May 2008 11:36
Hiya Mia, Okay, their looking at me funny here because I have a stupid grin on my face and it's your fault. The whimsical nature of your poems sounds more like something a lad would be writting about, perhaps even funnier because your not. Give us more!
Comment is about Mia Darlone (Poet profile)
Original item by Mia Darlone
Fri 2nd May 2008 11:22
Hi Zuzanna, You have a style that is instructive and unique. So much information packed into a small space. It left my head spinning at times. Good to read your work.
Comment is about Zuzanna Musial (Poet profile)
Original item by Zuzanna Musial
Fri 2nd May 2008 08:58
An excellent choice from the collection of an exceptional poet. A sensual snapshot which made me sigh and fall back into my own memories.
Comment is about I'd like to live in a French Film (article)
Fri 2nd May 2008 08:55
Exceptional work. Smooth flowing imagery with emotion that doesn't overwhelm, delivered in a controlled manner.
Comment is about Gaia Holmes (Poet profile)
Original item by Gaia Holmes
Fri 2nd May 2008 08:31
A fine choice Helen. This poem is a brilliant example of what i believe 'Poetry' is all about. It has everything. Superb, Gaia. Well done.
Fri 2nd May 2008 08:13
Gemma your an excellent poet. You are one of the greats and I never get tired of reading them so hurry up and get a book published of them so I can read them all the time
Comment is about Gemma Lees (Poet profile)
Original item by Gemma Lees
Fri 2nd May 2008 08:10
This poem is lovely it has such feeling well done!
Comment is about Isley (Poet profile)
Original item by Isley
Thu 1st May 2008 20:05
'Bout time you turned up here!
Can you imagine?... There's people here who have never attended FREED UP!
Just thinking about that sort of thing scares me.
My Favourite Meals - Well, you know what I think of this.
Comment is about Dominic Berry (Poet profile)
Original item by Dominic Berry
Thu 1st May 2008 20:02
I interviewed Ben Mellor for a program for channel M at Uni, nice guy, he performed a poem in the studio aswell
Comment is about Ben Mellor's Voices of Descent (blog)
Thu 1st May 2008 17:09
If I was a fruit machine
I'd want you to nudge me
If I was the victor
I'd want you to begrudge me
If I was a poet
I'd want you to judge me
But I'm just a thief
A lyrical gangster
- so just kill me
No but seriously, seriously I think this is my favourite poem on here
Comment is about If I was… (article)
Thu 1st May 2008 10:47
Great poems why though people haven't commented and said as much I will never know perhaps I will start a trend!
Comment is about Katie Sheila Haigh (Poet profile)
Original item by Katie Sheila Haigh
Thu 1st May 2008 08:35
Well done Gail your poetry was excellent I enjoyed it very much, hope we see you next month
Comment is about Rod Whitworth at The Old Boar's Head, Middleton April 2008 (photo)
Thu 1st May 2008 08:34
Thu 1st May 2008 00:23
I am thinking of you and will keep you in my prayers. I am sure all will be fine my friend in poetry. Trust the Lord.
With my best wishes!
Comment is about Carol Falaki (Poet profile)
Original item by Carol Falaki
Thu 1st May 2008 00:18
Beautiful ‘Nature escape’ poem- I love the colours of summer and the fall as well.
"The snow covers all that surrounds us
And now we eat nuts and melt ice; but in sorrow
We made love one last time
And then we wrote this
For we know we won't 'be here' tomorrow"
You have ended the poem in a wonderful rhyme, and wrapped in a lot of truth.
I am going to quote this... :)
"Enjoy every moment in life as the next day is not promised to us"
Thu 1st May 2008 00:11
I am sure my mother seen this. Hope the Heaven has the Spiritual Internet connection. I am sure she sees it here. Angels are all over…She is one of them.
Thank you so much for your nice comment on this write!
Comment is about TRIBUTE TO MOTHERS (blog)
Well, I believe that every Mother is special. I am sure yours is too. It is just the way to express love for my Mother. It is true that mothers are more just the mothers...They are mentors, healers, doctors...Just name a few…I am sure you know what I want to convey in my reply to you.
Thank you for your nice comment!
Wed 30th Apr 2008 23:57
Thank you for your comment and your time.
I am happy that you like this special poem for my Mother.
Wed 30th Apr 2008 23:19
Hi Zuzanna, Thanks for your comments on my crossroads blog. I just read your profile and Canada sounds like a wonderful place. Yes I do have lots on my mind. My daughter has a caesarean section Friday 2nd May. I'll let you know...
Wed 30th Apr 2008 15:15
Mia Darlone - is this an anagram of your name ? 'A random lie' possibly..?
Wed 30th Apr 2008 15:07
Mirrored ceiling. Glad you enjoyed my latest offerings - I trust I shall see you in the audience of my play 'Below the Belt' in July?! (Will start some major plugging once venue confirmed). See you at FREED UP.
Comment is about Steve O'Connor (Poet profile)
Original item by Steve O'Connor
Wed 30th Apr 2008 10:19
Once again you've made a happy man very old. No - that's not right - you know what I mean don't you?
Mia - your poetry is laugh out loud funny. When are we going to hear it performed at Wigan? Well, anywhere for that matter.
More from Mia. Brilliant.
Wed 30th Apr 2008 08:17
In work - skiving - and decided to read your new poems...
So glad I did. You've really cheered me up... You've made an old man very happy... Erm... Can we agree that I like your poems in a manner that doesn't make me sound like a perv?
F(ine) art's sub-title (Done as a posh bird) made me laugh out loud. And The liver is evil and must be punished reads well off the page, though it'd be worthwhile thinking about putting some audio samples of your work up here - you perform it well too. Both of your poems cover an important area of poetry rarely addressed. Namely - getting pissed; being sick; bad sex and farting. Well done! I'd like to see Larkin write stuff like that - given that he's dead.
And just WHAT are you looking up at in that new photo of yours?!
No. Wait. Don't answer that.
Wed 30th Apr 2008 08:16
I love your poem 'Poppy'........it's wise and a bit funny and it made methink of the yellow brick road xx
Comment is about Melanie (Poet profile)
Original item by Melanie
Wed 30th Apr 2008 07:43
The poem shows that you have quite a lot on your mind at present time. On the other hand, it is just another imaginative write. I found poems sort of release of some thoughts that occupy my mind and the writing brings a feelings of freedom to my busy mind.
Comment is about Crossroads (blog)
Wed 30th Apr 2008 07:38
Good Day Antonio
Last Goodbye to Geoffrey, It seems like a little commotion with flowers there but at least you have the successful conclusion cheering for Geoffrey. Sad and thought provoking poem though.
Comment is about Old Geoffrey (blog)
Wed 30th Apr 2008 07:30
Amazing write this is...Your imagination shines.
Interesting concept somewhat imaginary, dreamy type- Out of body experience, spiritual of some sort. Thought provoking that is sure.
Comment is about God and The Giant (blog)
Original item by Richard Brooks
Wed 30th Apr 2008 07:24
Thank you for the comment you placed on my poem...Appreciated.
Comment is about Richard Brooks (Poet profile)
Wed 30th Apr 2008 07:22
Oh, I do not like Mondays!
I see the dislike in your poem as well. It is hard too get the sleep when relaxing over the weekend. I like the reality poem. Except the line that you were scared not to be awake anymore because of stop breathing, well that is a dark line in your poetry.
The poem is nice.
Comment is about Sunday Night Blues (blog)
Wed 30th Apr 2008 02:12
I really enjoyed this work of yours! Im always one for questioning everything, I have had these same questions, not sure if Ill ever get an honest answer, while alive. Good work!
Comment is about Truth or Lie (blog)
Wed 30th Apr 2008 00:18
Excellent write presented. I know there is a big lie in 911...All has been done to create terror. Well, the truth came out. Thought provoking story;
Thank you for brining this for discussion and comments!
The Truth will be the Victory.
Wed 30th Apr 2008 00:10
Thank you for the precious comment on my latest poem Tribute To Mothers'
Comment is about Tim Linton (Poet profile)
Original item by Tim Linton
Tue 29th Apr 2008 23:21
Sounds like a very special mum Zuzanna! Thats lovely, I particularly like the bit about picking you up when you've fallen, beautiful. That made me think about my mum!
Thanks for your very kind words about my poem, best wishes, Jeff
Tue 29th Apr 2008 23:15
Enjoyed this Shelley, lovely sense of adventure, Jeff
Tue 29th Apr 2008 18:36
hey you are good. Enjoyed all your poems and you have great musical taste. Tc Tim
Tue 29th Apr 2008 16:58
very thought provoking...it takes courage to question......shouldn't swallow lies...it's bad for your digestion....
i bet this sounds powerful out loud
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