Tue 28th Feb 2012 10:24
Hi Ann. Thx for your interesting take on my creation 'hunt'. Maybe your comments show that these things should not be explained in detail and that the picture should be painted by the reader. Win
Comment is about Ann Foxglove (Poet profile)
Original item by Ann Foxglove
Tue 28th Feb 2012 10:19
hey phil, women are full of shit. terrible things. but this doesnt even half cover it.if your going to insult i would pull out all stops and go for it.
but please dont criticise my critic or i might cry x
Comment is about Am I just a confirmed old misogynist? (blog)
Original item by Philip Fletcher
Tue 28th Feb 2012 10:06
Cheers for the comment Gareth;)
Comment is about Gareth Writer-Davies (Poet profile)
Original item by Gareth Writer-Davies
Tue 28th Feb 2012 08:45
Enjoyed the use of language and the story told..lots of great images you gave to me.
Comment is about 6 Sweet Hallucine On The Dink Dark River (blog)
Original item by Kealan Coady
Tue 28th Feb 2012 08:41
like this alot..I enjoyed the flow down the page and mmn know where you are coming from lol...nice work :)
Comment is about If I Only Had The Words (blog)
Original item by Yvonne Brunton
Tue 28th Feb 2012 08:37
I think poems that 'happen' Harry can be so good as is this write..For me the finding of the loose sheet and the slight shock of the title is great..Liked the meander through your memories that lead to this..yes I too think the attic is your keep sake of days past..but also that you have more to give..
Neat write Harry... :)
Comment is about MY OLD WHITE SPACE SUIT (blog)
Dave D Poet Rhumour
Tue 28th Feb 2012 04:22
Stimulating thoughts are many in your lines here - "A mirror reflects
Differently every time
It’s asked a question"
Great stuff! Best wishes, Dave
Comment is about Snafus (blog)
Original item by J. Otis Powell‽ (with interrobang)
Mon 27th Feb 2012 23:50
Thank you very much for your kind comments, Mike :)
Comment is about Oceans (blog)
Original item by Lynn Dye
Mon 27th Feb 2012 23:47
Thank you, Dave - I so agree with your views! x
Cheers Martin, thanks for comment :) x
Comment is about Bankers With A Capital 'W' (blog)
Melissa R. Mendelson
Mon 27th Feb 2012 23:00
Winner or loser, we still dream, and we still live. :)
Comment is about Tracing Their Footsteps (blog)
Mon 27th Feb 2012 19:18
Is this another red herring?
Comment is about PERIOD OF CHANGE (blog)
Original item by Tony Hilton
Mon 27th Feb 2012 19:16
Did he see the point of the exercise or was this just the tip of the iceberg? (or was it a wet lettuce?)
Very funny John, giggled all through it.
Comment is about Quelle Surprise! (blog)
Original item by John Coopey
Mon 27th Feb 2012 18:13
Graham - thanks for your kind comments on 'For the common good' - much appreciated. Whilst it paints a somewhat gloomy picture on the one hand, it nevertheless attempts to capture some of the atrocities in recent years. Like the reference you added re. Martin Luther King and Mandela - very apt! I do have a sense of humour as you might see from my other. By the way, Billericay poem is great! Tony
Comment is about Graham Robinson (Poet profile)
Original item by Graham Robinson
Mon 27th Feb 2012 17:47
Thanks for the kind comment on Skanky Streets Chris. You have quite a biog & work selection. Been meaning to pop into The Boiler Room one of these days. Might bump into you perhaps. CHEERS.
Comment is about (Poet profile)
Mon 27th Feb 2012 16:40
Looking forward to tomorrow night Graham, should be great with you, Petrova and a lively open mic.
Comment is about ThePoetry Spoke Open Mic poetry night- Guests- Graham Robinson - Petrova C Fairhurst (blog)
Original item by Chris Co
Mon 27th Feb 2012 16:04
Thanks for your comments Dave, appreciated.
Comment is about Dave Dunn (Poet profile)
Original item by Dave Dunn
Mon 27th Feb 2012 16:03
Wow - talk about a high-tech affair! A very
imaginative approach to the old eternals of human inter-action.
Comment is about Technical Hitch (blog)
Mon 27th Feb 2012 15:51
Hey J.C. - wotcha' cock! :-)
Mon 27th Feb 2012 15:37
Nice Thoughts in this Poem...
Nice natural rhythm...
Builds a nice natural pasture picture...only one slight moan...lol - 'over use of the words grasslands and swaying' I feel sure the poem would benefit if other words used?
As long as you are happy with it...that's the main thing - well written though!
My bests - Graham
Comment is about Ruby Like a Blood Red Flower (blog)
Original item by Augusta Darling
Mon 27th Feb 2012 15:35
Well RM thanks for that reply and lovely comment muchly appreciated..now a fession...made up yer see so all facts will be totally wrong tis bunkum..but drawn from a feeling of being out there..I was just tweaking it as you commented..Ray always has decent crit and he thought the language was slack and lost momentum so tried to tighten it up a bit..still I might finish after and grandmother will clean leaves..oh hell another decision I am not able to make lol...Hows you?.. :)
Comment is about Richie Muster (Poet profile)
Original item by Richie Muster
Mon 27th Feb 2012 15:31
..and a man can never have too many semi-colons.
Mon 27th Feb 2012 15:26
I would say that shows versatility. The ability to do the big and the little - how you rate what come out of it, is up to you.
Having the power to affect your audience is no small things in my books.
Comment is about John Coopey (Poet profile)
Mon 27th Feb 2012 15:23
Hello Harry. Glad you liked "Flora". Yes, autobiographical and, indeed, brief.
Mon 27th Feb 2012 15:22
Yes, indeed, Isobel. I seemed to have cracked the free verse formula:
Comment is about Isobel (Poet profile)
Original item by Isobel
Mon 27th Feb 2012 15:20
Comment is about SKANKY STREETS. (blog)
Original item by Philipos
Mon 27th Feb 2012 15:18
What ho, RM. "Lust for Life" is it? I'll tell the judge that.
Mon 27th Feb 2012 15:04
Thanks for your comments on Over by Christmas, much appreciated.
Mon 27th Feb 2012 15:00
The many subtle lines you wrote here are very good, enjoyed! Best wishes, Dave
Comment is about [Petals On] A New Dawn Rose (blog)
Mon 27th Feb 2012 14:56
This came about when I was following the Stephen Lawrence murderers trial and how things seem to right themselves with patience and belief.
Mon 27th Feb 2012 14:53
Thanks Mike - yes my prosy poem is a work in progress - though I think I might leave it there. It just reflects me of the moment :)x
Comment is about Mike Hilton (Poet profile)
Original item by Mike Hilton
Mon 27th Feb 2012 14:51
Thanks for your comments on Maternal Beacon I hope it has given you some positve vibes.
I've had this in my locker for some 20 years but have only just managed to let it flow/release, if you know what I mean. But I have found it to be a good theraputic walking stick!
I can relate to and like your 'A prosy poem'.
It hits the nail on the head for me, if only people in the loop would think the same!
Mon 27th Feb 2012 14:49
re: the profile photo; I'm sitting on a very dusty front room floor trying, and failing, to get that 'moody, enigmatic' look. Neither noir nor 'phwoar!', eh?
Mon 27th Feb 2012 14:46
Such warring neighbours can provide a distraction from boredom, as well as material, hehe. I think of my radio as being a companion when the house is empty - and at least we can choose the conversation with that! :) Best wishes, Dave
Comment is about Medicine (blog)
Original item by mike watts
Mon 27th Feb 2012 14:35
It's people - sorry, scum - like these who raise the bloodlust in otherwise decent folk. We shouldn't be asking for it back: we should be stripping them of their assets and making them swim to their 'tax haven' of choice weighted down with sovereigns. [Then again, if they die at sea we can't dance on their graves.]
A sad tale Mike - parents losing a child of any age must experience a void that can never be filled... Best wishes, Dave
Comment is about SPIRIT (blog)
Mon 27th Feb 2012 14:29
Hi Katie, I can readily identify with your poem about mobility scooters - I use mine a lot in better weather, but few shops are really planned for access! We are fortunate with the dropped kerbs here though. Best wishes, Dave
Comment is about Katie Sheila Haigh (Poet profile)
Original item by Katie Sheila Haigh
Mon 27th Feb 2012 14:28
This is beautiful Mike. I couldn't possibly explain how it resonates for me x
Comment is about Maternal Beacon (blog)
Mon 27th Feb 2012 14:26
Aaah, pass the duchy from the left hand side, me ol' mucker, and don't bogart that joint. Scooby-doobie-doo, doo-dooobie-doobie etc...
Comment is about Patricia and Stefan Wilde (Poet profile)
Original item by Patricia and Stefan Wilde
Mon 27th Feb 2012 14:14
A good poem on the trenches, Mike. I have a fascination with the Great War which compels me too to write poems about 1914-18. Just by the by, for my money the 20th century was the shortest [and, after the 14th., the worst] on record, only starting in 1914 [after the Victorian/Edwardian Great Binge] and ending in 1991, when the wars in the Balkans kicked off and the rest of the world decided 'enough is enough; we're just going to sit it out now and wait for the future i.e. the millennium to roll up, with its silver jump suits, pills for food and a personal jetpack for everyone.'
Comment is about OVER BY CHRISTMAS? (blog)
Mon 27th Feb 2012 14:06
You seem to have struck a chord here Laura; this reminds me of the nightmare of maths lessons wayyyy back when; and then [glutton for punishment] when I tried to do a maths GCSE in the 80s. What the hell was I thinking? You can't write a poem with numbers! [Can you?]
Cheers for the comments re: New Dawn Rose too chuck. I just love ambiguity!
Comment is about Dyscalculia (blog)
Original item by Laura Taylor
Mon 27th Feb 2012 14:00
Let's not think of ourselves as dirty old buggers, rather as having a proper lust for life eh? I like this boyo: it's short, smart and succinct. Perhaps one or two semicolons too many though?
Comment is about Flora (blog)
Mon 27th Feb 2012 12:18
like others have said a nice flow, lovely imagine and a great sound to it. Cos I can hear the music!
Comment is about The Cellist (blog)
Original item by Marianne Daniels
Mon 27th Feb 2012 12:02
I was tempted to say I like the last verse but I like all the of them!
Lovely feel about it all.
Mon 27th Feb 2012 08:17
Thanks for your comments on The Cruet Set, John. I was interested in your family story about the Doncaster mining job. My wife's Scottish great-grandfather was blacklisted for seven years after the General Strike. It caused a lot of hardship in his family, and even a political divide. Then in his seventies, or maybe even eighties, he became a Communist councillor in his home pit village. There must be poems about both those relatives to be written, some day. Greg
Mon 27th Feb 2012 08:10
Hi Stella, thanks for your comments on The Cruet set. Have been admiring the exotic reach of some of your poems, especially Eating Mango and A Village Somewhere in Greece. Greg
Mon 27th Feb 2012 01:18
Amen to that! Words are what men live by...
signposts pointing the way down the years.
I own small old volumes of poetry written
many years ago and the words and their authors
speak across time to me...the message loud and
"As long as men can breathe, or eyes can see,
So long lives this, and this gives life to thee." (Shakespeare - who knew his stuff!)
Comment is about Poetry is my Legacy (blog)
Original item by Sinclair Azubuike Farrell
Mon 27th Feb 2012 00:55
Death always makes you think about life - I liked this matt
Comment is about Fate Accomplished (blog)
Original item by Matt Carter
Sun 26th Feb 2012 23:57
Lovely images, Greg.
I too have a very limited recollection of my grandad. One story though still sits in the family memory bank that he walked from Nottigham to Doncaster to find work in the pits because he was blacked in Nottingham.
Comment is about The cruet set (blog)
Original item by Greg Freeman
Sun 26th Feb 2012 23:49
Where you bin, Augusta? I've had to enjoy the pleasure of my own company for the past few months.
Sun 26th Feb 2012 22:22
Hi Patricia, I agree with Tom. Lovely poem. x
Comment is about In between days (blog)
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