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Brian Maryon

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Biography

I don't take myself too seriously. I mostly write crap but occasionally I surprise myself, though not surprisingly I have never won Poem Of The Week. I have however written a poem called POTW... I'd love to win Poem of the Week to give credence to my stuff but whatever masterpiece I post it's never good enough Maybe I'm too flippant, perhaps they don't like rhyme though if there was Twaddle of the Week I'd win it every time

Samples

☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆ WESTONBIRT ARBORETUM Arriving en masse in Barbour green middle class mummies in SUV's with kids named Willow, Sky and Breeze allergic to various nuts and cheese and designer dogs on ten foot leads (tripping hazards for OAP's) pooping in the fallen leaves beneath the beauty of the trees

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Audio entries by Brian Maryon

We Don't Move Very Much (08/12/2018)

A Minor Roasting (24/11/2018)

Banjaxed (17/11/2018)

Waiting to Leave Home (10/11/2018)

Westonbirt Arboretum (01/11/2018)

Going On A Demo (27/10/2018)

Uncle Seamus (22/10/2018)

Unhappy Hunting Ground (18/10/2018)

SOAP : Corrie (15/09/2018)

Chicken Bhuna (25/08/2018)

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Brian Maryon

Thu 7th May 2020 17:38

God knows Knapey...life's too short.

d.knape

Thu 7th May 2020 12:17

Hello Brian Merryon-
wol sent me a notice that
you had sent me a comment
but then
there was nothing there
was that your comment?

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Philipos

Tue 10th Mar 2020 17:10

Brian - Conical - thanks for the encouraging words - appreciated. P 👍

d.knape

Sat 22nd Feb 2020 11:58

as for not winning Poem Of The Week
it could be your photo
scares them off!
😃

Merry On!

d.knape

Sat 22nd Feb 2020 11:54

Botany Bay?
Did they find Dinosaur bones there?

d.knape

Thu 20th Feb 2020 09:30

so plant a Cedar on Cedar Avenue!
then plant a poem beneath it.

liked your arboretum poem! 😃

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M.C. Newberry

Mon 17th Feb 2020 16:06

Hi Brian - thanks for your observation on "By All Means".
It's not lost on me that scientists have no way of achieving anything in influential or fiscal terms from the sun's effects on this planet,
whereas society puts them on a pedestal somewhat similar to
medicos, readily offering a source of ongoing attention/respect -
and, of course, very welcome funding.

d.knape

Sat 15th Feb 2020 12:13

Glad you were so impressed with
"Puttin' on the Socks"
but to call it my "best" is a stretch.
I have many other poems that are as bad
or worse.
See poem list.
wink.
😃

d.knape

Tue 28th Jan 2020 02:47

There is no bath water!

d.knape

Thu 14th Nov 2019 21:55

Merry On!

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Hazel

Thu 24th Oct 2019 19:27

Thanks for the comment Brian, I'm no Victoria Wood thanks

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Philipos

Wed 16th Oct 2019 09:04

Thanks v much for your comments on my latest piece - a thought fairy from War of the Worlds of course. Blessings. P.

d.knape

Sun 13th Oct 2019 11:17

Christmas?
are you on the moon?

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Shirley Smothers

Fri 4th Oct 2019 20:57

😀 Thank you Brian for your comment on my poem THE MONSTER. lol this is a self portrait of me before coffee. 😀

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Thu 4th Jul 2019 14:26

You write good stuff! So glad to be around to read it.

d.knape

Mon 10th Jun 2019 00:46

thanks Brian for your comment.
that photo is so YOU.
?

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Ian Whiteley

Thu 11th Apr 2019 14:28

thanks for commenting on 'heatwave' Brian - yes - you got it perfectly - the tipping point between childhood and adulthood - forever warped by Thatcher and the uncaring Tory government. It shaped many of us - luckily I got through ?
Ian

d.knape

Fri 1st Mar 2019 09:25

Normally
most poets are NOT normal.
Eccentric but not normal.
the only way to right themselves
is to Write Out Loud.

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Stephen Mellor

Tue 19th Feb 2019 12:11

Hi Brian
Like and comment much appreciated.
I hadn't truly realised what I was doing until it was carefully pointed out.
Today, I shall attempt to stay calm

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Nigel Astell

Thu 14th Feb 2019 15:37

Thanks for your comment Brian on my unusual chess match

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poemagraphic

Mon 11th Feb 2019 17:06

Your samples are the best of your work I have seen so far. I somehow missed them.

Have you just added them?

Po

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Dave Caplan

Thu 17th Jan 2019 22:28

Hey Brian, that was great.
In particular the verse on WESTONBIRT ARBORETUM.
I could really visualize those middle-class wankers with their fancy-named spoilt kids.

Keep it coming !

Dave

d.knape

Mon 14th Jan 2019 11:53

I take credit for the poem...
i also take the blame!

wink.

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poemagraphic

Sat 12th Jan 2019 21:52

WESTONBIRT ARBORETUM

This is bloody masterful mate.

I wish I wrote it.

I am trying to catch up

Po

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Stephen Mellor

Wed 9th Jan 2019 11:12

Hi Brian
Merci
The Joys of Doing a Jigsaw
You'll notice that this poem doesn't rhyme.
The jigsaw nearly drove me crackers. Xmas pun intended.

d.knape

Tue 1st Jan 2019 03:55


The girl next door
what can I say
when she saw me
she moved away!

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Stephen Mellor

Sat 22nd Dec 2018 20:30

Hi Brian
I'm truly flattered if/when anyone takes the time to comment on something I've written.
So thanks.
I'm a big believer that if I write a poem that rhymes, it should also have a rhythm. I also find that it makes it more suitable for reciting.
Again, thanks for your interest

d.knape

Mon 17th Dec 2018 18:21

With Christmas just around the corner,
your name should be "MerryOn" !!

wink.

d.knape

Mon 17th Dec 2018 18:14

I prefer the Dark Ages.
Things were slower then,
including the mail. ?

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M.C. Newberry

Sun 2nd Dec 2018 01:00

Hello Brian - I commented on your "First" blog yesterday
(Saturday) afternoon but now it seems my wit has not been
appreciated on WOL and is nowhere to be seen.
Humour is not always a laughing matter, it seems.

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