Sun 16th Dec 2012 13:49
Comment is about Christine. (blog)
Sun 16th Dec 2012 13:48
Sun 16th Dec 2012 11:25
An excellent piece of work Katy, well done !!!
Comment is about The Comfort of Strangers at Hatton Locks Car Park (blog)
Original item by Katypoetess
Sat 15th Dec 2012 23:10
Perhaps this shows where your heart lies and where you will find the deepest love? Are you going to do all the Wainwrights? Beside that, you have penned a nice little number here, good spiritual feel. Do you need a comma after "shines" in line 11?
Comment is about .... 'The Lake District' .... (blog)
Original item by Lesley Whittaker
Sat 15th Dec 2012 19:59
Thanks for your feedback Tony.
Comment is about HIDING IN SHADOWS (blog)
Original item by David Subacchi
Sat 15th Dec 2012 15:51
When can we expect a CD of these hugely enjoyable - and, let's admit - clever! - takes
on hits of yesteryear?
Comment is about Veggie Stew (blog)
Original item by John Coopey
Sat 15th Dec 2012 15:37
This is lovely Jane - light of hand and very enjoyable.
Comment is about First Foot-fall (blog)
Original item by jane wilcock
Sat 15th Dec 2012 15:27
I was listening to a 50s compilation recently and it struck me just how many songs had a girl called Sue or Susie in them. It was obviously extremely popular back then - or maybe it's because so many words rhyme with it - like glue, chew, you, who, too, to, two,loo, flew, brew, shoe, new, drew, blue, atishoo - oh, and stew of course.
Enjoyed your rendition, especially the twiddly vocal bits :)
Sat 15th Dec 2012 15:17
eeeee Hugh, get em on lad, get em on!! LOL
Comment is about ............ EYE'S ......... (blog)
Sat 15th Dec 2012 15:11
Excellent !!Have written two eye opening poems myself,must put them on here .
Sat 15th Dec 2012 15:06
thanks dave, photo is me with Scafell Pike in the back ground :-) ..... No probs Julian, the mountains are a must even in the snowy winter ;-)
Sat 15th Dec 2012 12:26
Love it! I should be able to work out where you are in the photo but can't. Reading this is stirring me up. It's too long since I was on Great Gable.
Sat 15th Dec 2012 11:02
thanks Lesley, for reminding me to get myself out on the fells and hills over Christmas. Sublime indeed.
Sat 15th Dec 2012 10:09
Nice one John! You should sing this live! Take care, Tony.
Sat 15th Dec 2012 10:08
I have just realised that we reported on Simon Armitage's opposition to this earlier in the year: http://www.writeoutloud.net/public/blogentry.php?blogentryid=30243
Now, if we could get those two debating it on here...
Comment is about Poetry by heart: Gove and Motion launch national schools recitation competition (article)
Original item by Greg Freeman
Patricia &Stefan wilde
Sat 15th Dec 2012 00:45
Comment is about Christmas Tree (blog)
Original item by Dorinda MacDowell
Sat 15th Dec 2012 00:14
you know where I'm coming from K x
Comment is about Katypoetess (Poet profile)
Fri 14th Dec 2012 23:26
Thankyou for commenting on "The Naming of the Parts". I must say I did hesitate to make that reference.
Comment is about Ann Foxglove (Poet profile)
Original item by Ann Foxglove
Fri 14th Dec 2012 23:21
Yes, I too have been in the dark about women's parts for a lifetime. Our Gert enters the bedroom fully clothed, the light goes off and miraculously she seems to have changed into an impenetrable body stocking when she gets in bed.
My knowledge of ladies underclothes therefore comes from hours spent in Primark fondling bras and panties.
Comment is about Anthony Emmerson (Poet profile)
Original item by Anthony Emmerson
Fri 14th Dec 2012 23:17
Thankyou for your comments on "The Naming of the Parts" - a venture for me outside a subject I know something about!
Comment is about M.C. Newberry (Poet profile)
Original item by M.C. Newberry
Fri 14th Dec 2012 22:39
I see a flower. I hear birdsong. I see the view from the top of the mountain. I look up and say thanks! Take care, Tony.
Fri 14th Dec 2012 19:17
Thanks for the feedback M.C.Newberry.
Although the distinction is a fine one I have replaced 'import' with 'impart'.
Fri 14th Dec 2012 18:37
Jan, toosand tak. Not sure of spelling! Glad to see your work here. There is a long tradition of merchant seamen's poetry in English, some anthologised by Ronald Hope who once ran the College of the Sea/The Seafarer's Education Service. http://www.ebay.com/ctg/Voices-Sea-Poems-Merchant-Seamen-Ronald-Hope-1977-Book-/4600802
Comment is about the nature of success (blog)
Original item by jan oskar hansen
Fri 14th Dec 2012 18:29
Bloody 'ell, reminds me of winter nights down the Hessle Road in the 1970s. You're not in the Samaritans perchance, Joe?
Comment is about Note to Self (blog)
Original item by Joe Hakim
Fri 14th Dec 2012 18:00
Comment is about Getting a buzzzz (blog)
Original item by Rose Casserley
Fri 14th Dec 2012 17:58
Thanks for this one Terry-enjoyed.x
Comment is about Little Boys Know War (blog)
jan oskar hansen
Fri 14th Dec 2012 16:19
thank you all
Comment is about jan oskar hansen (Poet profile)
Fri 14th Dec 2012 16:11
Fri 14th Dec 2012 15:58
A tribute so rooted in admiration and affection that the Man himself would surely find himself blinking heavenwards.
He created his own universe here on Earth for
the rest of us to share and enjoy and that legacy will live on.
Comment is about One Fine Gentleman (blog)
Original item by Noetic-fret!
Fri 14th Dec 2012 15:48
Stimulating. It reminds me that you don't have
to be in a church to revel in the glory of
creation or to feel a part of it.
A minor quibble - should "import" be read as "impart" (communicate)?
Fri 14th Dec 2012 15:43
It seems to me that you have to know war to want to know how to avoid it.
The interesting aspect of martial matters often
lies in who is standing behind urging the warriors on.
Fri 14th Dec 2012 15:38
Thanks Hugh - for a timely reminder of the real
spirit of Christmas in this modern world of "me, me,.me"!
Comment is about 'Twas the night before Christmas (blog)
Original item by hugh
Fri 14th Dec 2012 15:04
Love it. Can't say anymore than that. Katy
Comment is about Cooking for the Infidel (blog)
Original item by Tommy Carroll
Fri 14th Dec 2012 14:52
thats really moving, gave me shivers down my spine, Katy.
Fri 14th Dec 2012 14:23
I love this sonnet, and your audio files are great, too. Hope to hear from you (see my message)
Comment is about Thomas Thurman (Poet profile)
Original item by Thomas Thurman
Fri 14th Dec 2012 14:03
I like this slice of past life - many of my own poems derive from such memories!
Comment is about A Summer of Adolescence (blog)
Original item by Mal Foster
Fri 14th Dec 2012 14:02
We went to Gozo in July for the first time - you conjure up the slow pace of life there, very well
Comment is about In Qala (blog)
Fri 14th Dec 2012 13:19
I think the Larkin lot would disagree with you Steve. I'm always round at Mike's. We drink a lot, get really bitter and slag everyone and everything off. Then we watch the Jeremy Kyle show and everything's right as rain...
Fri 14th Dec 2012 12:58
The living Hull school of writing. You could always go around Mike's, he'll cheer you up. Enjoyed it anyhow.
Fri 14th Dec 2012 12:49
If it wasn't for bad luck I'd have no luck at all. I like stories like this.
Comment is about kiss of death (blog)
Fri 14th Dec 2012 12:47
On the bright side; you are writing about life on the waves in your second language. You should read my Norwegian. Anyway, recognition is relative, my mum thinks I'm a genius.:)Enjoyed the piece.
Fri 14th Dec 2012 12:17
As we mentioned in our vertical communications,
which to you now is coming from a horizontal angle
-the D's attributed to you were aptly deserving.
9&9/10ths approval H.O.N.xx
Comment is about LEO`S DREAM (blog)
Fri 14th Dec 2012 12:07
Never mind-you and we stil have-
to look forward to.
Thu 13th Dec 2012 21:58
We know the feeling Solar!-must fly.xx
Thu 13th Dec 2012 19:40
Hi Laura. It was great to hear this at the Cadence. Tell it how it is girl! Take care, Tony.
Comment is about Unsolicited (1968 - 2012) - on Youtube (blog)
Original item by Laura Taylor
Thu 13th Dec 2012 19:22
Hi Baz, welcome to WOL mate, great pic!!! Been great seein you perform and make your debut at Guitar n Verse!! I also run the Bolton WOL open mic nights if you fancy it, really enjoyed your poems - cheers JeffinBolton!
Comment is about Barrie Schofield (Poet profile)
Original item by Barrie Schofield
Thu 13th Dec 2012 19:15
I know the feeling. Great when it all flows from brain to page!! Take care, Tony.
Thu 13th Dec 2012 18:19
As the girl herself, I have still many adventures awaiting me at the top of that steep hill: I am encouraged afresh!
Comment is about New Beginnings (blog)
Thu 13th Dec 2012 15:57
There is also a joke I am reminded of via your choice of illustration John:
A wman was concerned and frustrated by her husband's lack of interest in the bedroom department. She visited her GP, who advised her to make sure that when her husband returned from work she should make sure that he was instantly aroused and reminded of her needs and availability.
Before her husband was due to return home that night she stripped naked, and as he was about to put his key in the door she did a handstand against the door jamb, legs akimbo (the sight that greeted him being that in your picture.)
On opening the door he exclaimed "Blimey Vera! Comb your hair and put your teeth in, you look a right c**t!"
Apologies to all those of a sensitive disposition . . .
Comment is about The Naming of the Parts (blog)
Thu 13th Dec 2012 15:47
totally agree with previous comments.x
Comment is about Depression (blog)
Original item by Shirley Smothers
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