Tomás Ó Cárthaigh
Wed 11th Jan 2012 16:45
"Dont mind the bats, Ill bring my cats" so innocent, yet so obscure... loved the poem, great roll to it!!!
Comment is about melanie coady (poet profile)
Original item by melanie coady
Sun 11th Sep 2011 21:23
Hello Melanie. Glad Kizzy made you go 'Ahh..'
Fri 9th Sep 2011 11:33
Hi Melanie - thanks for the comment over 'End of Summer II' I'm glad you like it, - pretty well sums the weather up round at the moment - lol xx
Patricia &Stefan wilde
Tue 6th Sep 2011 23:38
muchas gracias re-frustration.
have a peaceful night.
Wed 6th Apr 2011 08:16
thanks for the comment over 'Up on the Roof', Melanie... Glad you like it... It's one of those pieces I must admit that I wasn't sure how everybody would react to it, but pleased you like it... Thanks - Andy N x
Fri 1st Apr 2011 14:31
belated thanks Mel for comments on 'Tynonidae'-just back from hols-to discover I had left a line out(listens intensely)doh! ta lots.xx
Wed 30th Mar 2011 22:12
thanks - That's on Rhodes, that is :)
Wed 30th Mar 2011 22:04
I'm afraid the man in the pic is not me.
By the way, are you a vegetarian?
Wed 30th Mar 2011 21:35
thanks for your comment on Don't live in shadows cast, They mean a lot and inspire me to keep on writing THANHS. Ian..
Wed 30th Mar 2011 10:07
Thanks for visiting, reading and responding to my poems Melanie. You are most appreciated.
Dave Dunn aka Rhumour
Wed 30th Mar 2011 02:32
Hi Melanie, thanks for your comments on 'No Jobs For A Man' - and my apologies once again for the tears! Hugs, Dave
Wed 30th Mar 2011 00:38
Glad you liked Ken Dodd....
Tue 29th Mar 2011 20:57
Thanks for the comment - Dave
Tue 29th Mar 2011 13:46
Thank you for the many comments and appreciation!
Tue 29th Mar 2011 13:41
Thanks Melanie :) x
Mon 28th Mar 2011 22:15
p.s just put another one up if you're interested
Mon 28th Mar 2011 22:10
Thanks for all the kind comments Melanie. You're fast becoming my biggest fan on here :).
Mon 28th Mar 2011 21:40
thanks for the comment on 'Spring is coming' Melanie.. It's one of those pieces this one that was a little interlude between longer, heavier stuff shall we say but I had great fun writing it
let's hope it a good un this year! A
Sat 26th Mar 2011 23:01
ta Kool Koadys Kid for comments on 'Late revelations.mucho appreciated.x
Sat 26th Mar 2011 17:45
(I have no idea what the offside rule is :D )
Fri 25th Mar 2011 22:25
Hi Melanie - glad you enjoyed When Man Has Gone - thanks for taking the time to read it x
Tue 22nd Mar 2011 15:42
Thanks so much for taking time to read the poems I've posted so far, you're very kind.
I'm really glad you liked them.
Fri 18th Mar 2011 18:16
Thank you Melanie. I'm glad it was good reading for ya. I just put up a link to my site if you wanna see me reading them on video. Got some new poems on the profile too. Ain't really been paying attention to this site for ages. I got the notification of your comment by e-mail and now my relationship with it is rekindled. Thanks for that :)
P.S Loved 'Bastards'. I know how you feel on that one. It's nice to use poetry as therapy.
Wed 16th Mar 2011 21:17
Hi Melanie - glad you were able to comment on The Colours - thank you x
Wed 16th Mar 2011 19:51
The subterranean salamanders could be a band!
thanks for your comment on 'Silence'
Tue 15th Mar 2011 10:40
Hi Melanie - thanks for taking the time and trouble to comment on Psalms x
Mon 14th Mar 2011 21:03
thanks for comments on The Devine curse. I'm really grateful for your feed back and all your comments, they are fuelling my passion for writing more than ever. Never thought i'd get so much out of a web site that i only singed up for to shut my mate up . I'm really glad i did. Thanks xxx
Sun 13th Mar 2011 17:40
Thank you for commenting on 'Jehovah' Melanie and 'The Colours' - do appreciate your taking the time xx
Sun 13th Mar 2011 11:33
no wrys guys..love yer works xx
Sun 13th Mar 2011 11:28
baby, baby, baby,
Sun 13th Mar 2011 11:25
Hi Melanie You've made my day. I thought this poem might be a bit obscure and the lines about the Mediterranean evaporating are probably the obscurest BUT they are also my favourite!
Sat 12th Mar 2011 01:06
PS, Its not about blaming them, most often is the case that many were indoctrinated with the same bulshit when they were younger. It's about stopping it continuing in our children. Wouldn't it be nice if for once, a politician would stand up and instead of giving us verbal about what he or she is going to do, they would actually ask; What do you want me to do to make this world work for you? There would be perhaps a whole race of peoples saying, Stop feeding us the bulshit that perpetuates a system that doesn't work. And give back belief in oneself to our children. We might then stand a chance to get along with one another. And mold a society that cares.
The Buck Stops Here!
Sat 12th Mar 2011 00:42
Hi Melanie! I have just read all the work you have placed in here. I have to say that in many ways I know the places you have been, where you have come from and where you are now. I don't talk of those places much. But I hear everything you say and yes, it has brought back somethings I try not to think of. I grew up very fast around the age of 6/7. Damned tough watching your fellow siblings getting the belt, especially when one was only two years of age when paraded in the bedroom and having her knickers pulled down. I feel what your feeling even now at the age of 43. Its sad to feel the fire on your person because mental ill health re visits over and over again the abuse and torment one went through when we were children. Big boys don't cry they used to say. So I joined the army, and got myself a whole new set of abuses to worry about in the world. Still, at least when I ventured Africa and the Middle East, I had a weapon to give me a chance to defend myself with. But what do children have to defend themselves with? In the main, nothing. You know what's even more heartbreaking, I thought I was the only one who had endured what I had endured when I was younger, but the military is full of people with the same experiences. I feel for you, I hope you can find within yourself, somewhere that is a sanctuary with all the beauty and peace that you are.
Fri 11th Mar 2011 23:18
Man ! I love the hair - excellent. Your response to Dry well received and accurate.Thanks for the comments on other works - hope they brought a smile.
Fri 11th Mar 2011 20:41
Hi Melanie - thank you so much for your comments on 'I Miss You' - and my apologies for making you cry! Hugs, Dave
Fri 11th Mar 2011 16:43
Hi Melanie re: SOUTH EAST LONDON TRIO - much obliged for the supportive comments x
Fri 11th Mar 2011 16:22
Hi Melanie, thanks for commenting on my latest effort "100 ways to fold a Serviette" I have added a bit more explanation on the blog entry page if you are interested. Glad you liked. Win
Fri 11th Mar 2011 14:26
david hnstly hun im th exact same..i dnt knw nethn abt writing poetry or style r nethn lol i literaly just write it th way it is in my head,i dnt think abt how im writing r nethn like dt it comes out th way it cme's out darlin xx
Fri 11th Mar 2011 14:19
That I would like to see!
Fri 11th Mar 2011 13:48
hey Red, cheers for the comments on my stuff lately. i myself don't really give comments or feedback coz i don't really know enough to talk about things. i do enjoy what i've read of yours. you got that spontaneous feel to yours and i really like that when i read poetry, as most of my own poems come out raw and stabbing out, bleeding for the daylight, and i don't have nothing to do with it. x
Fri 11th Mar 2011 12:08
ah stefan sweety soppiness comes from the heart not from age my dear..im def a soppy git lol...i look forward to reading more xx i would love to meet some people that are on here at poetry nights but alas i live in waterford so not so easy lol..im def planning a trip to manchester soon as my bro kealan lives in bolton with my mam at the minute,so when i do go over ill head to the poetry nights that go on in wigan etc xx
Fri 11th Mar 2011 12:03
good afternoon Melanie-hope you are well young lady.sorry for late reply re'unloved'(was on four hour droning drive-then a long steam in the pit!)my word! you are not supposed to get soppy till you are as old as me-lol!.But sincerely sorry if it hit a raw nerve.I really do hope your time on here is enjoyable for you-I really do! be kind to yourself in the meantime-lotsa love-Old Mizryguts.cya ltr.xx
Fri 11th Mar 2011 11:42
thank you for reading and the kind comments regarding my poetry i also write a monthly poem and music reviews for penny black music please feel free to have a good read - Love the hair
Fri 11th Mar 2011 10:26
re your comment on banksys page about dreams - are you sure you don't get 'night terrors'? sounds very similar tbh.
Ledger de la Bald
Fri 11th Mar 2011 10:21
Thanks for the chuckles on 'Charming'. :-)
Thu 10th Mar 2011 21:22
Thanks for your kind thoughts on Works of Art,
Thu 10th Mar 2011 20:30
thanks ann hun xx ur work's amazing
Thu 10th Mar 2011 20:10
Thanks for commenting on Total Immersion - and welcome to WOL! You are a very positive and vibrant presence!
Thu 10th Mar 2011 19:15
cheers big ears(anthony) lol..thanks for th intro&ur comment..hpe to hv fun soon lol..as for th hair it was th lst colour left for me to try hee hee
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