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Jennifer Malden

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Live in Tuscany and love it, also Sardinia. Enjoy reading and writing. Love dogs, good food and cooking for friends. Also going to museums and art exhibitions, used to work in a London art gallery many years ago. Really love travelling when possible. Not very often, alas, but have managed to get to India and Myanmar, after reading William Dalryple's books. Used to work as designer for our small family firm making women's clothes, but gave this up when everyone started outsourcing. Then recycled as English teacher working freelance.

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Creek at San Teodoro - Sardinia Where else can you watch the red people wading knee deep in copper green against a lapis sky? Where else can you find white sea lilies trembling wind teased next to azure sea holly? Nowhere else. (The red people are what the Sardinians call the flamingos)

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Don Matthews

Tue 16th Apr 2019 16:47

jennifer, dk
dk he is right
He does have a profile
It's black and not white

You just gotta watch him
He likes playing round
Pulling ones leg
And winking one down

I see he'll be happy
With capital J
No code to decipher
(I must be away) 😎

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Jane Briganti

Sun 14th Apr 2019 18:49

Thank you Jennifer for the lovely comment. I too have missed everyone on WOL. Happy Spring🌷🌷

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Ian Whiteley

Fri 5th Apr 2019 11:55

thanks for your kind comments on 'In Memoriam' Jennifer - I really appreciate you takingt he time to comment - and I'm pleased you liked it
Ian

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raypool

Sun 24th Feb 2019 13:24

Hi Jennifer. Thanks for dropping in on my Pods poem. I got your name but no comment ! Hope you liked it.

All the best. Ray

d.knape

Thu 21st Feb 2019 20:58

enchiladas are a Mexican food.
tortillas covered with meat, cheese, and chile.
The best are Tex-Mex.
Order some today on Amazon!
do not die before you've had some.
πŸ˜ƒ
wink.

d.knape

Wed 20th Feb 2019 13:59

For some reason WOL stopped sending me notifications
and therefore I did not get yours.
Don't know why. Has it happened to YOU?

d.knape

Thu 14th Feb 2019 13:02


A spider patiently waits and waits
to see what comes to take the bait,
when caught in trap, it's victim hates
that curiosity drew it to its fate.

wink.

d.knape

Thu 7th Feb 2019 11:51


Your words ring true
no more enchiladas,
after my braless remarks
I'm now a pinata!

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kJ Walker

Mon 4th Feb 2019 21:15

Hi Jennifer. Just a quick thank you for taking the time to comment on my last three poems. I'm glad that they amused you.

Cheers Kevin

d.knape

Mon 4th Feb 2019 11:28

the question is
why a small j for Jennifer
and a capital M
for Malden?
something is afoot here, some secret code?

yes, the enchiladas were delicious.
It will probably be another year
before i see any more.

πŸ˜ƒ

d.knape

Sun 3rd Feb 2019 11:46


Where would men be
without the influence of women?
Without women
men would be uncivilized
and...
hungry.

πŸ˜ƒ

<Deleted User> (21422)

Sat 2nd Feb 2019 20:17

Thank you Jennifer for commenting on 'Almost There'. Your thoughts are always appreciated! Jane😊

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raypool

Thu 24th Jan 2019 20:05

Thanks for liking my Drinker poem Jennifer. I hope you're enjoying the site at the moment, I'm afraid I'm not. It feels to me like a graffiti site; I've said it now. Inspiration is hard to find.

All the best, Ray

d.knape

Tue 22nd Jan 2019 23:38

how long has it been since
you've seen your sons?
hahaha

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Tommy Carroll

Sun 20th Jan 2019 11:28

'... for all that and all that '.

Tommy

d.knape

Mon 14th Jan 2019 11:51

The poem was a mistake
but
I admit to it.
it was all my fault.
πŸ˜ƒ

poemagraphic

Sun 13th Jan 2019 17:36

Hi Jennifer Thank you for liking 'In a flap'

I am going to have several hours reading your back postings.

Glad to have found you.

Po

<Deleted User> (19836)

Thu 3rd Jan 2019 23:50

Happy New Year!

Sorry for the belated thank you! Your comment on 'Alone' is greatly appreciated.

Jane

d.knape

Sun 16th Dec 2018 09:10

just a joke
satire
on how everyone orders everything now
on Amazon
then worry with the return.

wink.

d.knape

Fri 14th Dec 2018 03:50

thanks for commenting on
"Little boy's Pockets".
you never know what
will fall out next.

d.knape

Sat 1st Dec 2018 03:08

thank you Jennifer for your comments on
"Eat This Poem". was it tasty?

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Taylor Crowshaw

Sun 18th Nov 2018 13:50

Hi Jennifer, Thank you so much for reading and commenting on Jack..x

Kate G

Thu 15th Nov 2018 00:13

Thanks for your comment on Word Me Up Jennifer, I look forward to discovering more if your work.

d.knape

Tue 30th Oct 2018 02:05

I read all these comments
now ...i cannot remember what i was going to
comment on.

no comment.

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Ian Whiteley

Tue 23rd Oct 2018 17:10

Thanks for the comments on 'Blood Brothers In Arms' Jennifer. My dad was in Burma in the 2nd WW and fought alongside the Gurkas - he always said they were the most loyal, hard-working and ferocious fighters that you could wish for. He had a saying 'Good Old Johnny Gurka', I still remember that fondly
Glad you liked the poem
Ian

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M.C. Newberry

Tue 23rd Oct 2018 13:08

Hello Jennifer - I was interested in your comment about
Brexit elsewhere.
Peace in Europe? Don't forget the violence and death in
Serbia etc - sorted out by NATO, the real preservers of
peace in Europe....whilst the EU likes to pose as such.
I voted to leave because over a long lifetime I was aware
early on that a policy of deceit and want of truth was
being pursued after the original Common Market vote,
aided/abetted by those sent to our own Parliament acting
ultra vires and keeping the actual intentions and progress
(check> Common Market/European Economic Community/
European Community/European Union (NOTE the LAST
political identity) from the British people OR their chance
to vote on what had been/was being done in their name.
The understanding of what was done came only when
the loss of border controls offered the reality of just how
much had been handed to foreign influence and control,
with our own government facing defeat after defeat by
a political entity that had become a federal creation of
recent dictatorships and tyrannies busy putting their own
interests first (and no surprise there), while the more
incompetent and fragile economies saw us as a "milch
cow" for very welcome funds, obtained above and below board!
I recall driving around a pre-EU Europe and faced no
difficulties or impediment. Indeed, the enjoyment was
negotiating borders and complying with the variety of
customs and demands met by this traveller. It was an
ADVENTURE, and returning to this self-governing
offshore island nation was its own reward!
Sincerely,
MC

d.knape

Sun 21st Oct 2018 18:01

profile?
i did not know
i even HAD
a profile.

that silhouette
IS my profile.

wink.

d.knape

Wed 17th Oct 2018 00:29


do they eat Sardines
in Sardinia?

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Taylor Crowshaw

Mon 8th Oct 2018 18:30

Thank you for reading Innocence Sold Jennifer..πŸ’•

<Deleted User> (19836)

Wed 5th Sep 2018 18:23

Thank you Jennifer for your lovely comment on "A Better Tomorrow" 😊

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