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Tue 25th Sep 2018 10:36
There is something raw about this poem, especially when you read it, I am coming back drawn by it, again and again...
Look forward reading and listening to more
Comment is about Ayay (blog)
Original item by MyDystopiA
Tue 25th Sep 2018 10:34
Wonderful and very clever.
Comment is about Right/Write Me Now (blog)
Original item by 220August
Tue 25th Sep 2018 10:32
Your poetry is so insightful Anya. I have felt this, that sense of something broken that can't be labelled. Beautiful.
Comment is about A New Man (blog)
Original item by Anya
Tue 25th Sep 2018 10:25
This made me ponder.... Really great.
Comment is about crossing the renovated district (blog)
Original item by Robert C Gaulke
Tue 25th Sep 2018 10:22
This could be my daily ode. Love it.
Comment is about Excuses (blog)
Original item by Wendy Higson
Tue 25th Sep 2018 09:38
Oh Elle, you're on the right track...😎
Comment is about Corrections have been made (blog)
Original item by Elle Mehltretter
Tue 25th Sep 2018 09:33
I just can't understand this
Can't understand it Elle
Why no-one has responded
To tell you you write well
It's obvious to me
You're asking for feedback
Does no-one want to give it?
Why feedback do you lack?
Like you I want to know
On poems how did I go?
For as we both agree
Feedback is how we grow
Comment is about Tell me what you think (blog)
Tue 25th Sep 2018 09:19
MC echoes my same thoughts Elle 😎
Comment is about Photography (blog)
Tue 25th Sep 2018 07:45
This is great - can I use it with my English students? Could you write one about the overuse of the phrase "in a nutshell" too please?
Comment is about Hyperbole (blog)
Original item by Trevor Alexander
Tue 25th Sep 2018 07:43
Thanks for like and the thoughts, Hugh.
A sad image.
Comment is about Dumped on the street (blog)
Original item by Jon Stainsby
Tue 25th Sep 2018 06:29
Hayley Thankyou for your comments you sound very much like me when younger only one parent and ill health most of my life my mum worked all her life full time in the mills and then Altzimers for 25 years . with not much education I had to just get on with things could never spell until iPad now look at me lots more to come well done love wendyx
Comment is about Hayley Taylor (poet profile)
Original item by Hayley Taylor
Tue 25th Sep 2018 06:04
Thankyou for all your comments Rose you make me feel brand new my children all going into their fifties like them too lots of love Wendy x
Comment is about Rose Casserley (poet profile)
Original item by Rose Casserley
Tue 25th Sep 2018 05:52
Thankyou for all your comments much appreciated my mind is a whirle it was a pleasure to see a man with such convictions and being truthful he would have my vote any day it’s a pity they are Ridiculed so much for being honest. I’m sure The truth will out. Kind Regards Wendy x
Comment is about M.C. Newberry (poet profile)
Original item by M.C. Newberry
Tue 25th Sep 2018 04:22
Dark and delightful
Comment is about RAINY SEPTEMBER (blog)
Original item by John E Marks
Tue 25th Sep 2018 02:33
Like some imagery conjured by Andrzej Sapkowski. More excellence.👍
Tue 25th Sep 2018 01:16
I like it Anya 😎
Mon 24th Sep 2018 23:07
Hi Becky, this works great as a performance poem and you give it a nice flowing delivery that makes it come alive. It always amazes me how some people can remember all the words of a poem without looking. Nice one.
Comment is about "Writing in Rhyme" by Becky Who is Write Out Loud's Poem of the Week (article)
Original item by Mike Took
Mon 24th Sep 2018 22:14
Thank you both ❤️
Comment is about Imago Dei (blog)
Original item by Charlotte Thomas-Rowe
Mon 24th Sep 2018 22:03
Thank you Anya!!!
Thank you Rose, drifting would work too but I guess I went for flying in juxtaposition with the birds requiem who I viewed singing while resting on a branch...
Wow Ray!!! I would have never recognised you by your profile photo!!! Thank you!!! It was a great evening of fantastic poetry by a group of very talented poets!!! Very inspiring!!!
Comment is about Season's Change (blog)
Original item by Xoanxo
Mon 24th Sep 2018 21:50
Trev - you've definitely given me food for thought!
Comment is about Incidente al Hotel Casa del Mar (blog)
Original item by Brian Maryon
Mon 24th Sep 2018 21:38
Hello Becky and congratulations!!
I loved this phrase in particular: "I was advised not to euphemize", I, at first, misread it as "euthanize"! There's a whole school of Psychology built upon the interpretation of malapropisms and slips of the tongue! I, like you, too, splatter rhyme all over my work and cling-clang along to iambic pentameter. Anyroadup, very well done Becky.
Mon 24th Sep 2018 21:15
So many homeless on our streets,
Hiding their bodies under dirty sheets.
Pleading for spare change in desperation,
Change landing in their costa cups,gratification.
Mon 24th Sep 2018 21:06
Comment is about Insanity Comes Calling (blog)
Original item by Nigel Astell
Mon 24th Sep 2018 21:00
But what entertained
was something much dafter
when she complained
I kicked her in after
Mon 24th Sep 2018 20:48
Thanks for all the kind comments guys! I really appreciate it!
Mon 24th Sep 2018 20:39
With the first line I thought of the first lines of this song: Mark Knopfler - Are We in Trouble Now (https://youtu.be/Ri_y_BjIrDs). Great poem! Thanks for sharing...
Comment is about Facing the Music (blog)
Original item by Kate G
Mon 24th Sep 2018 20:37
do you keeping deleting / recreating your profile?
are you going to https://billetto.co.uk/e/naviar-haiku-fest-london-2018-tickets-302863 ?
Comment is about steve black (poet profile)
Original item by steve black
Mon 24th Sep 2018 20:05
This poem is brimming with optimism but I am not certain I can say that I am looking forward to footsteps in the snow. A good poem. Thank you.
Comment is about Only Love (blog)
Original item by Bruce Levine
Mon 24th Sep 2018 20:02
This poem has an almost mysterious quality to it in that one knows yet does not know what is broken or lost. Yet it has resulted in some kind of transformation leaving him bereft. It has got me thinking. Thank you for this
Mon 24th Sep 2018 19:50
Type II - Type III Kardashev. Don't make Rose get to IV!
Comment is about an aliens warning (blog)
Mon 24th Sep 2018 19:48
Mon 24th Sep 2018 19:46
Sounds very much like the concept of a book I am doing.
Well woven indeed Anya.
Mon 24th Sep 2018 19:14
Unique Don love your work..💕
Comment is about Hang On.. I Need The Loo (blog)
Original item by Don Matthews
Mon 24th Sep 2018 19:13
Enjoyed this Rose..💕
Mon 24th Sep 2018 19:12
Thought provoking poem. Whose voice speaks..
Comment is about Our Policy (blog)
Original item by d.knape
Mon 24th Sep 2018 19:09
I hope you fished it out,
and that she didn't shout.
I am a fan of infinity pools,
They are really cool..
Enjoy x x
Mon 24th Sep 2018 19:06
So true...Thank you M.C.
Comment is about FREEDOM (blog)
Mon 24th Sep 2018 18:43
MC - I’m sure my finances would be safe (from me!). I feel less safe for my safety!
Comment is about POWER OF ATTORNEY (blog)
Original item by John Coopey
Mon 24th Sep 2018 17:22
Bit of a Phobia about humans? Or recalling Arnie?
Hope I picked it right! lol 😂
Mon 24th Sep 2018 17:07
But just as long as the bill doesn't come to me me, eh?
Mon 24th Sep 2018 17:06
A good well written funny poem which was a joy to read.
Comment is about Overweight (blog)
This I like! Superior imaginative observations about the
finality of existence, our fears and our resistance to its
intrusion into our minds.
I'm reminded of the opening lines of a favourite poem from
Lady Life's a piece in bloom
Death goes dogging everywhere;
She's the tenant of the room,
He's the ruffian on the stair.
Comment is about I can tolerate Death (blog)
Original item by Mae Foreman
Mon 24th Sep 2018 17:02
Succinct but woefully true
Mon 24th Sep 2018 16:58
Speaking as someone holding that position and power -
I chuckled at your own observations - and would merely
Rest assured when you start that final journey
Your future is safe via "power of attorney"!
Mon 24th Sep 2018 16:54
Thank you Ray, I truly believe I wrote this subliminally about Brexit, I apologise for uttering the word.
Many thanks for the likes also.
Sealed not with a kiss but with a large cheque.
Comment is about Return to sender (blog)
Original item by Wolfgar
Mon 24th Sep 2018 16:52
Consistent and constantly faithful in its depiction of the
various facets of a distressing condition. On a technical
side, I would prefer an alternative to the double use of
the word "take" in verse nine...but just maybe it fits with
the following line about being "repetitive"?
Comment is about THE SHIP THEY CALL "ALZHEIMER'S" (blog)
Original item by Daniel Dwyran
Mon 24th Sep 2018 16:46
I sense you exploring cemeteries, wagon yards and disused stations again.
I did some digging around on Defford, found some great pictures and stories.
It is true I suppose that we are all existing beyond what was someone elses vanishing point, slowly reaching toward our own.
I note you write "here stands" which sets me wondering. ?
Comment is about VANISHING POINT (blog)
Original item by ray pool
Mon 24th Sep 2018 16:42
Successful in evoking a time and place that is known to
many of us with origins in or a familiarity with the countryside. I can almost feel the rain dripping from
overhanging branches and feel the mud squelching
beneath my feet.
In my mind, I am once again
Meandering down a "memory lane".
Comment is about Up The Lane (blog)
Original item by Adam Whitworth
Mon 24th Sep 2018 16:36
Your words reject any notion of acedia
And should be compulsory for the media!
Mon 24th Sep 2018 16:31
Cheers, Rose. 😃
Comment is about Multicoloured Dreamscape (blog)
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