Sun 16th Dec 2007 19:01
HB Mox. Half Baked. Half baked pencils are really crumbly and do horrid miracles.
Comment is about Simply Organic (blog)
Original item by Malpoet
Sun 16th Dec 2007 17:14
Hi Phil, is this a true story?Seems part of It i read about in the news.People dont understand how good they really have it, compaired to the homeless.bless you this Christmas, the poems very nice
Comment is about Remember me at Christmas Time (blog)
Original item by Phil Golding
Sun 16th Dec 2007 14:40
Thanks for your comment Pete, at least I don't totally die on my arse on paper! Well done at the slam by the way.
Your poetry is much more cleverer than what mine is, my mother still says to me 'I wish you'd speak proper like what I do'.
Fellow writing addict Darlone.
Comment is about Part of your pain (blog)
Sun 16th Dec 2007 14:34
I feel warmed as if sitting too close to the fire myself.
Comment is about Warmed by the Words (article)
Sun 16th Dec 2007 14:27
Like jello! There is always room for more.
Comment is about Tina Brown (Poet profile)
Original item by Tina Brown
Sun 16th Dec 2007 11:51
So God used to be a pencil? Wow. Function, ergonomics... and traces could be erased. How were the shavings regarded? Relic status or slough? Was he soft or hard or perfectly HB?
Sat 15th Dec 2007 19:38
Thank you Pete and Clarissa. Your comments are greatly appreciated.
Sat 15th Dec 2007 19:37
the public office possition Im running for is a republican seat, but Im a libertarian and my plan is to infiltrate the system. as a chair woman I will be resposible for seeing that Ron paul get as many delagates as possible into the national convention, I will be resposible to see that my area conducts a fair election, that all are permited to vote as they please. I will see to it they are counted and not treated badly. Hum President, well Im to common for that, I dont have the $ to run for that office, I dont have a membership to the council on forign relations or the world bank, would never join them, they need to be abolished along with the UN.The majority that run for president over here are the banking elite, social class/upper class, billionars.I could never be that. thanks yeah Ill keep writting, you to xx
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Sat 15th Dec 2007 18:59
Malcom this is wonderful !
Sat 15th Dec 2007 18:55
we sure did all pay for it.you know if we abolish the income tax here, and its illegal anyway/does not follow the constitution, then I wont have to pay for wars Im against.I have always loved this poem.
Comment is about you paid for it (blog)
Sat 15th Dec 2007 17:25
Thank you Clarissa and Darren. Darren yes I totally agree, I have put the 'a' in as you could even say 'apart' 'a part' so i like the duel aspect. Thanks so much for spotting this.
Sat 15th Dec 2007 14:24
oooh... i'm loving the webberywots of yours pete... it's really rather good!
Comment is about (blog)
Sat 15th Dec 2007 14:10
Your talent is obvious with every single word.
"I have become part of your pain" ?
"I have become a part of your pain" ?
I would be tempted to add an 'a' ...but then will that change the whole initial meaning? Ooh, I don't know.
Great Poem Pete.
Sat 15th Dec 2007 12:35
hey pete!.. as ever i am loving your stuff.. i will hopefully have 3.20am memorised to perform it at the dead good poets in jan... been mad busy but will speak to you soon...
Sat 15th Dec 2007 12:07
superb.sophisticated.clean.simple yet complex.
Sat 15th Dec 2007 00:58
It a nice poem flows very well. Im sure yall will be fine. happy holidays
pss...... say hi to Rose for me
Thu 13th Dec 2007 13:06
Steve, I have no idea what you're referring to - making out that my poetry about a sacred stringed instrument has some sort of hidden sexual meaning - I'm very disappointed in you. And offended for that matter.
I shall be speaking to the chief executive to report your abuse.
Comment is about Steve O'Connor (Poet profile)
Original item by Steve O'Connor
Wed 12th Dec 2007 17:03
well it had to be in America...lol this is funny. thanks for the funny
Comment is about World Hot Dog Eating Championship 2007 (blog)
Wed 12th Dec 2007 09:28
Yes, Pete. Details were given for you to contact me on so feel free to use them!!! It seems likely that I shall be returning from Rugby to play a set for John Togher, Jan 12th. So maybe if we speak at some point you might be able to do some images over a few songs. I'd feel the need to contribute ideas and stimuli. Anyway, take care for now. I will, when not so rushed, give some feedback on your pieces here.
Best wishes, John
Wed 12th Dec 2007 04:18
The more I read this one, the more I like it and understand it. You are so smart and you have a way with words.
Comment is about the imminent (blog)
Tue 11th Dec 2007 21:27
Well, 'Let me be your cello'! That'll be a pleaser then.
I thought it was filthy. Really filthy.
In a good way.
Comment is about Mia Darlone (Poet profile)
Original item by Mia Darlone
Tue 11th Dec 2007 21:20
'Familiarity seems a contemptuous song'
I like how you manage to suggest the original phrase whilst utterly avoiding it. Also, in the line that follows it. Very clever.
It's good to see that your work has a similar relentless rhythmic quality on the page/screen as it does hearing it. That and your obvious love of wordplay makes for enjoyable reading.
Good stuff, Pete.
Tue 11th Dec 2007 12:56
Don't Worry Paul, I'm sure Santa won't get your present wrong! :)
Comment is about Christmas time (blog)
Original item by Paul H Tubb
Tue 11th Dec 2007 12:44
This ones very nice Malcom
Comment is about Winters (blog)
Tue 11th Dec 2007 03:41
Tina these poems are very smart and nice, they flow very well. thanks. Happy holidays
Tue 11th Dec 2007 02:52
This is very good, seems full of thorns.seems full of bitterness. everyday life feels this way to me. no person needed. I think I need a good friend, I feel like I may freak out. but you have your own problems. to be free as a bird, that would be nice. great poem full of feelings.
Mon 10th Dec 2007 21:03
Hi Phil, the 'alien' analogy is strong and provocative and strange -- unsettling and sad, too. It gives a real insight into the shock of finding your body is not entirely your own, that an illness has claimed a right to your life. Shocking indeed and the writing itself is an act of bravery.
Comment is about Alien Inside (blog)
Mon 10th Dec 2007 17:38
Thanks for your comments about 'Craig'.
He was fed Viaga in the Far East and smuggled into the UK inside a consignment of walking sticks.
His name is of course a pseudonym. Or should that be, a psssssssssseudonym?
His sister Sharon doesn't appear to drink either. Temperance snakes - whatever next.
I like what is inside your head.
Mon 10th Dec 2007 16:46
Comment is about Childhood in the garden (blog)
Mon 10th Dec 2007 11:08
What i especially like about this poem, and i like it v much, is that it is not 'laying any big message on us', that it exists as itself. That is one of the hardest things to learn, to let it speak for itself. We can slant and select to 'tidy up' a piece, but to contort it to what we want to say is most of our biggest blunders
All power to you!
Comment is about David Franks: Walkabouts Verse (Poet profile)
Original item by David Franks: Walkabouts Verse
Mon 10th Dec 2007 07:17
they are good, Happy holidays
Comment is about The Lost Poet (Poet profile)
Original item by The Lost Poet
Mon 10th Dec 2007 07:10
it's like a story told to each generation, like sitting on grandpa's lap and hearing about it. its very nice.
legendary in a way. i'm babbling on now.....
Comment is about The Fisherman's rest (blog)
Mon 10th Dec 2007 06:52
This poem made me smile! it is very good i really love the ending,lol. Happy Holidays
Comment is about Praying man gut man boob (blog)
Mon 10th Dec 2007 02:11
This is wonderful, I know it is a feeling deep within you, this pain oh Im sorry, I lived this too. xx Ill go life is too much at times
Mon 10th Dec 2007 02:08
ah this is so good, Im havin a great night with the ex and his demon wife.so I take a break and read your poems. rolls of fat, well...stop the bread, cheese, pizza, beer, and the list goes on and on. at an autopsy, they cut men open and find,yeast...yes yeast.its a belly whopper. ah but you will never have this. you are perfect, im almost drunk...lol. its been a shit of a month. great poem, got me going! sorry
Mon 10th Dec 2007 01:42
Very entertaining poetry. Refreshing. Racy. Pacy.
let's go go go for more.
Mon 10th Dec 2007 01:19
I think you could condense this even more and it will be even more powerful
Mon 10th Dec 2007 01:18
Phil, I like this style of poem and I like the metaphor. I think by making the subject more vague it allows a wider audience to access and interpret this. The alien inside is a good title too. I like the new style it is a step in a direction I can relate to and this new poem excites me.
Sun 9th Dec 2007 23:52
LOL very good poem!
Comment is about Whether Forecast (blog)
Sun 9th Dec 2007 23:36
I am nothing short of fulfilled with merriment at receiving such a pleasant comment - many gleeful thanks to you. I am working on some clean poems to put up - most of them are for therapy and would probably have me arrested if they left my scribble book.
Comment is about Malpoet (Poet profile)
Sun 9th Dec 2007 23:28
Many joyous thanks for your comment Monsieur Morgan.
I drink guiness too - except I put a shot of Tia Maria in it which generally unsettles people. I'll join you for one at Wigan if you're going.
Can't believe you know our lovely neighbours - it's a small old world.
Secret Agent Mia Darlone checking out.
Comment is about Remembrance Sunday (blog)
Original item by Dave Morgan
Sun 9th Dec 2007 18:17
Hi, thanks for introducing me to the site.
i like you're poem, 'Taboos' is a cute one.
'Then she would go and make a pot of tea.
And the end of the world was averted.'
made me giggle, reminds me of how my Mother-in-law reacts to pressure or stress
'make a cup of tea!'
Comment is about London Writers Cafe (Poet profile)
Original item by London Writers Cafe
Sun 9th Dec 2007 18:13
thanks for the comment, i love you're poems.
'INTENTION' is a really good poem, one i can relate to in many ways.
Sun 9th Dec 2007 17:07
Such depth of grief and sadness in so few weords. You have touched me (as well we know)
Sun 9th Dec 2007 09:50
oh petey you big old softy you!!
there is so much to inspire us all on here it's rather groovy isn't it??... and it's great that poets inspire and feed off each other...
you poem is, as ever, beautiful and heartfelt don't forget us when you shoot to fame and stardom
(we knew you when you had nufink! ha ha)
Comment is about the choking, RIDERS ON STORM (blog)
Sun 9th Dec 2007 01:46
not sure how 2 got there
Sun 9th Dec 2007 01:45
Its a nice poem,Your emotion is there and has been all along. I need not say anything more for I know whats there inside.no need to thank, but its nice to hear from you.
Fri 7th Dec 2007 17:01
Cellos and bikes
Bikes and Cellos
When it comes down to it
We're all fiddlers
Love the imagery
it does it for me Mia
Fri 7th Dec 2007 10:18
Great. I love the poetry. Let's have some more.
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