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just got inspired by my old pal jeff who has sice become 'jeffarama' and decided to join up. not completed much work so far but i'm hoping the site will give me a push to do so....i'd welcome any comments or tip..cheers people.


IF CAMERON CAME TO MY HOUSE If Cameron came to my house I'd ask him in for tea I’d say that I am honoured that he would talk to me. We'd talk over some tea and toast, I’d ask the burning question, about his parties complex plans to win the next election and if he started chatting on or tried to sell me short, I’d quickly counter his reply with a well thought out retort. If Cameron came to my house we'd talk about pollution, we'd talk about the banks, the war and Scottish devolution, about the coalition, about the national debt about his side kick Mr Clegg and how we won't forget, the cuts to Bevan's NHS, health, army and police then take a break for youtube clips of uprisings in Greece. If Cameron came to my house for a candid little meeting the reception would be chilly I cant afford the heating, he'll never live in my shoes not even for a minute for a start I'm only in an eight I doubt that he'd fit in it. No If Cameron came to my house I'd take the twat to task and ask the probing questions that you might like to ask. I couldn't shake his icy hand I wouldn't 'call' him twat, a cunt, a fuck, a bastard or anything like that. If Cameron came to my house, although composed and quite polite, I’d try to make it clear I think that he talks shite. If Cameron came to my house we'd sit and I’d be calm while trying to resist the urge to break the fuckers arms so David.... Rest assured that my house is in a cul-de-sac you can always make a U turn and find a safe way back, to Westminster, 10, Downing Street the hub of British power where I guarantee no fucker works for six nineteen an hour

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Ged the Poet

Tue 30th Sep 2014 00:29

Hi Dazzzer. Good to meet you the other night at Cadence. Cameron and Costa are excellent and would go down well at any poetry performance. Glad to see you on here. (That Jeffarama is indeed inspriational and persuasive)!
Thanks also for your time and patience explaining the Cajon, it's history and the various tones mate it was very much appreciated.
Keep them coming.

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Mon 29th Sep 2014 23:41

cheers again jeff so glad we met up after all these years, and so glad you inspired me to get writting, been mulling over these things for far far too long

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Jeff Dawson

Mon 29th Sep 2014 21:23

Hi Dazzzer! Great to meet up at tyldesley pal, hope to see you soon, I'm made up to know I've inspired you to join up with WOL!

Its a great website and done wonders for me, have a good look round, comment and you'll get lots of good feedback.

Keep writing mate, love the Cameron opener, cheers Jeffarama!

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Graham Sherwood

Sun 28th Sep 2014 14:47

Hello dazzler,

Welcome to Write Out Loud, we hope you have a good time exploring the site. We're really looking forward to reading some of your work and I know that you’ll get a warm welcome from the other WOL-ers too.

Thanks for uploading a picture of yourself, it’s really good to see what our fellow poets look like.

Have a good browse around, there’s work here on virtually any subject and there’s always lots going on. If you have the time to make some comments about the work of other poets please feel free to do so, it’s often the best way to get some constructive feedback about your own work too.

If you experience any technical problems there’s usually somebody who’ll help you out so just ask and someone will get back to you reasonably swiftly.

WOL is a friendly, creative and unassuming place, so welcome from all of us once again.

Graham @ the Write Out Loud Team.

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