Tue 27th Mar 2012 12:47
Is there a defined meaning to dreaming about dreaming? And is it more significant when placed awake in couplets? Most enjoyable, ta muchly, Nick.
Comment is about WHEN ONE NIGHT I DREAMT' I SLEPT. (blog)
Original item by Peter Asher
Tue 27th Mar 2012 12:46
really good poem again, like the format, some great lines, especially, i was born for time running through, something about that line is brilliant. looking forward to reading more
Comment is about The Hall (blog)
Original item by Marianne Daniels
Tue 27th Mar 2012 12:41
Just taking the dog out for a drag. Back in a jiffy - whatever a jiffy is! I look better in profile, honest! I don't 've a stun... vocab.., do I? Hope that's not a metaphore (met a four) Cheers, Nick.
Comment is about Old Git (blog)
Original item by Patricia and Stefan Wilde
Could maybe do with a bit more rhyme and zap
My head is spinning, my feet suspended so high off the floor
I cant take this no more!
I just wana run to a dark silent place, a place not visited before
a haven where i can exhale and my heart can roam free
from the voices inside whispering to me, jump,
jump of the edge of mount Kilimanjaro
Comment is about The Pressure (blog)
Original item by Innocentia Sithole
Marianne Louise Daniels
Tue 27th Mar 2012 12:27
I have enjoyed reading your posts - you have exceptional talent and have found this pieces incredibly moving and poignant.
Comment is about fiona sinclair (Poet profile)
Original item by fiona sinclair
Patricia &Stefan wilde
Tue 27th Mar 2012 10:45
Forgot to thank our bezzy mate-
oh..'altzies' creeping in.
Comment is about The need to dominate (blog)
Tue 27th Mar 2012 10:41
No way Lynn!
yours are always
Comment is about Having arrived (blog)
Tue 27th Mar 2012 10:39
the best drink in the world eh?
Apart from a swig at the fountain of youth!xx
Comment is about H2o (blog)
Tue 27th Mar 2012 10:04
nice one laura and yeah i'll give them a shout, cant hurt
Comment is about Laura Taylor (Poet profile)
Original item by Laura Taylor
Tue 27th Mar 2012 09:48
i admire this. having been through the system it resonated with me.highly accomplished poem.
Comment is about THE FUNNY FARM (blog)
Original item by Gareth Writer-Davies
Tue 27th Mar 2012 09:45
wonderful, loved the imagery, felt the speed of the careering bike.
Comment is about Vertigo (blog)
Tue 27th Mar 2012 09:42
I loved this piece of drama. speech used to brilliant effect here .really accomplished controlled writing.
Comment is about A Sibling's Prerogative (blog)
Original item by Richie Muster
Tue 27th Mar 2012 09:33
Thanks for your note on Tickling Fish, Cynthia. I'm turning over some ideas for a few more as I had so much fun writing it.
I was thinking about your nonsense poem the other day, and mine, and about different ways of writing, and it made me think of when I was a kid keeping those diaries...did you ever used to write in code? As well as the mirror writing, I used to make up endless series of codes to write in too. It was SOOO satisfying to do that I might do it again :D Really quite time-consuming though!
Comment is about Cynthia Buell Thomas (Poet profile)
Original item by Cynthia Buell Thomas
Tue 27th Mar 2012 09:30
Incandescent are asking for submissions for their second edition chuck - think you should send something off to them. It's a book too, rather than a journal, on or offline.
Comment is about Kealan Coady (Poet profile)
Original item by Kealan Coady
Tue 27th Mar 2012 09:28
This sounds really familiar to me, but obviously it isn't. That's harsh - less than my worst case scenario. Did you choose it though, or did it choose you?
I love this piece btw.
Comment is about Then (blog)
Tue 27th Mar 2012 08:35
Hi Innocentia, thanks for your comment on my poem 'The Poet' much appreciated and welcome to WOL! Feel free to read any more I've done, the last three are in a similar style.
Enjoyed reading your poem here, lots of pressure in all aspects of life these days! Just one thing, a couple of typo errors - should be 'there' not 'their', 'off' (the edge of Kilimanjaro - like that line).
Sorry to be picky but it takes the edge off the poem when they stand out, so hope thats okay! But these voices are figments of my imaginination, great stuff best wishes Jeff
Tue 27th Mar 2012 00:50
Hi Dave, if they're good let them know it. Ta muchly, Nick
Comment is about Dave Dunn (Poet profile)
Original item by Dave Dunn
Tue 27th Mar 2012 00:48
I was in error, Poetry should be read slowly so it is digested properly. I failed the first commandment. Naughty Nick. Bit too busy writing plays at the moment so I let things slip a bit, sorry! Keep going with your good writing, Regards, Nick,
Comment is about Larisa Rzhepishevska (Poet profile)
Original item by Larisa Rzhepishevska
Tue 27th Mar 2012 00:11
ha ha ha...oh I hope you read this tomorrow John :)
Comment is about Dear Marge (blog)
Original item by John Coopey
Tue 27th Mar 2012 00:09
I really like this...good stuff :)
Comment is about Forlorn (blog)
Original item by BT
Tue 27th Mar 2012 00:03
Dear God RM You do writers groups? shiiiiiiit...
Do you like it? (I laughed for I know him honest I do!) I think original is a good thing Sometimes I like rhyme but soon become bored of the rhyming, sometimes I like half-ryhme..sometimes none..sometimes prose...sometimes I just dont give a damn...
Neither should you...this was funny and a great observation of a moment or three (especially if he was well stoned) He may have a point, he may not, ahhh what the hell eh?..lol
Mon 26th Mar 2012 23:29
Had a good giggle at this, John. Pretty much agree with everything Isobel said.
Mon 26th Mar 2012 23:20
lovely descriptions, and what a beautiful blue picture, it has made me quite thirsty!! xx
Mon 26th Mar 2012 23:18
I love this poem, Stef.
I think Harry has nicely summed up what I have always thought about your poetry, and more recently for Patricia's too, that you never make free verse look like chopped up prose - mine usually does, lol. xxx
Mon 26th Mar 2012 21:47
Now then, MP.
I have to say I prefer my poems to have rhythm. ("It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing"!). But that's just my preference. I was always Stones rather than Beatles and Ovett rather than Coe.
At an Open Mic a couple of weeks ago someone said that RAP stands for rhythm and poetry. Like they'd been strangers up till then.
Mon 26th Mar 2012 21:28
It is as though we are there
with you Mr.P.
Do you happen to have the moby number
of the 'denouncer?'
We just happen to have
a couple of advisory words for him.
Coincidentally they match the last two-
in this,your best poem yet.
(in our 'umble wotsits.)xx
Mon 26th Mar 2012 21:18
Bless you Sister Yvonne-
remind me to show you my cassocks sometime
perhaps at the same time
as when I get you to pull my rope-
it has a lovely pair of bEll's on the end-lol!xx
Comment is about A truer belief (blog)
Mon 26th Mar 2012 20:31
My small Collins English Gem dictionary seems to be on your side insofar it defines a poem as an "imaginative composition in verse". Your work is surely that much - whereas it defines poetry as "art or work of a poet". There seems to be a subtle difference here - and maybe it's that word "art" that ups the ante and gave your critic the fuel for his reasoning.
Poem - or poetry??!! Take your choice and remain a tad
confused in the process.
Mon 26th Mar 2012 20:17
A wry, immediately recognisable "take" on the
difficulties met learning a musical instrument.
You could have fun with the ukelele! It was
the one musical instrument that could be strummed to provide an acceptable accompaniment
to many of the songs of yesteryear - and the old (and not so old) songbooks provide the
finger placings above the stave. I became quite good at "Camptown Races" (doo-dah, doo-dah!) and a few others that shall be nameless.
Comment is about My Violin (the Musician’s Tale 2 ) (blog)
Original item by Yvonne Brunton
Mon 26th Mar 2012 20:05
Utter nonsense! And I mean that in the nicest possible way. Good luck with it.
Comment is about The wind of the wivering woggeldy woo (blog)
Original item by Jim Stewart-Evans
Dave D Poet Rhumour
Mon 26th Mar 2012 19:32
Hi John, strong images here, amplified I felt by choice use of neglected words, ones which I hope encourage unfamiliar readers to extend their vocabulary. :)
I will move on to part 2... Best wishes, Dave
Comment is about Terra Nostra (blog)
Original item by John Duffus
Mon 26th Mar 2012 19:12
Mebbie if you directed your supple cock problems to page 3, you may find yourself rejuvenated and capable of applying two extremities to the job in hand...
I chuckled at your letter - particularly verse 2 where you seem to lose your rhyming scheme along with your marbles and your stick of rock.
Methinks rhyming schemes are the least of your problems though, John - so take what's left of your life in both hands - and enjoy it! x
Mon 26th Mar 2012 19:03
Hello John - may I add my welcome to WOL to those before me, I'm sure you will enjoy the time you spend here. :)
My thanks to you for visiting and commenting on 'Arise Sir Pain' - much appreciated.
Best wishes, Dave
Comment is about John Duffus (Poet profile)
Mon 26th Mar 2012 18:57
Hi MC - my thanks to you for comments you made on 'Arise Sir Pain' - much appreciated. Best wishes, Dave
Comment is about M.C. Newberry (Poet profile)
Original item by M.C. Newberry
Mon 26th Mar 2012 18:41
Comment is about CANVAS (blog)
Mon 26th Mar 2012 18:24
And the beginning is really beautiful: In old days, those golden days... It's a song.
Comment is about MERCHANT BANKERS (blog)
Mon 26th Mar 2012 18:15
Great poem! And ...so true. But...we are all look funny.
Mon 26th Mar 2012 17:51
Ray, thanks for your useful comments on my Dyer poem.
I agree with you about the second verse. It does not work, wrote and rewrote until it became mush.
Comment is about (Poet profile)
Mon 26th Mar 2012 17:24
Thx for reading and commenting upon my Chelsea Haiku Win- appreciated. Sorry for the delay getting back...I didn't think anyone would have commented on the poem after the first week...only just noticed :)
Hope all is well.
Not sure what is happening your end of the world, though someone said that Hebdon had no event at the moment? I even heard a rumour you were moving or sailing to another spot? Is sailing the correct term for a barge, is barge even the right word for a houseboat?
Hope to catch you read somewhere soon over the summer.
Comment is about Winston Plowes (Poet profile)
Original item by Winston Plowes
Mon 26th Mar 2012 17:09
Aye reight good lights, but tek it t'who thee likes thoile get nowt for it! lol
One only hopes for clement weather to accompany our soiree and ale :)
Hope you can make it Stella...if not hope all is goin good this fine spring sunny day.
Comment is about ThePoetry Spoke Open mic poetry- Guests John Coopey and Alan Ainsworth (blog)
Original item by Chris Co
Mon 26th Mar 2012 17:03
Hi Nick, my thanks for your generous comments on 'Arise Sir Pain' - much appreciated. Best wishes, Dave
Comment is about Nick Clifton (Poet profile)
Original item by Nick Clifton
Mon 26th Mar 2012 17:01
Thank you all for commenting, I'm not sure I'm entirely happy with it yet, but the main thrust is there. Best wishes, Dave
Comment is about Arise Sir Pain (blog)
Mon 26th Mar 2012 16:32
I bet there is a legion of shop assistants out there who would pin this up! I'm not sure about the format but the subject matter is always contemporary and I like the pay-off.
Comment is about The Customer is Always Wrong (blog)
Original item by Joe Hakim
Mon 26th Mar 2012 16:29
what a great concept and put so succinctly.
I love this!!
Mon 26th Mar 2012 16:26
"If you can remember a cock
That was hard as a rock
Why worry when you find
Stuff coming harder to mind?!"
Good luck with your 27th March outing I see
publicised on WOL.
Mon 26th Mar 2012 16:23
Hello, dear Jvonne!
Thank you so much for your comprehensive comment on my poem "With Love Only". I appreciate it very much.
With warmest wishes,
Comment is about Yvonne Brunton (Poet profile)
Mon 26th Mar 2012 16:10
Thank you so much for your charming comment on "With Love Only". And... I am very sorry for that foolish argument we had.
With warmest wishes,
Mon 26th Mar 2012 16:09
I confess to something of a vested interest as my late eldest sister married a U.S. forces survivor of the post-D-Day operations and returned to his country and bore him ten children. His generation is rightly venerated for their deeds in defeating the vile barbarism of the Hitler regime (albeit that no one knew its equivalent lurked in Mother Russia!). It is the thought of men like him and what a U.S. government can publicly "spin" in our own age that brought about these lines.
Comment is about WATERBOARDING (blog)
Mon 26th Mar 2012 16:01
Hi, dear Nick!
Please, don't ask for pardon! I appreciate any comment you send. With warmest wishes, Larisa
Mon 26th Mar 2012 14:22
enjoyed reading M62, J22
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