Mon 7th Nov 2011 15:24
Thanks J.C. I guess there's something there
about "accentuating the positive..."
Comment is about DO YOU REMEMBER MY ENGLAND? (blog)
Original item by M.C. Newberry
Mon 7th Nov 2011 14:08
I enjoyed reading this Yvonne. Liked the way you experimented with thought processes and minimal punctuation.
Comment is about DEFINED (blog)
Original item by Yvonne
Mon 7th Nov 2011 14:02
Ah Nick, such wishful thinking. The chemistry of certain people eh? Your thoughts so well expressed.
Comment is about GIRL (blog)
Original item by nick armbrister
Mon 7th Nov 2011 13:39
love this one Dave, beautifully expressed and written and so very relevant to me on a personal note right now, the day you posted it especially.that's what good art does though,offers you something in harmony with the artist...i feel this one comes from a different place from many of your other poems and I think, for me,it's one of your best.I've never heard of the nurikabe but they materialised for me that night you posted this, and i'll know them next time I see them..but nothing will stop me searching for that tribe.. thanks for this today,am glad i called by, Deb xx
Comment is about Nurikabe (blog)
Original item by Dave Bradley
Mon 7th Nov 2011 13:21
already done, you are too slow. i have a trip to italy in the bag :)
Comment is about next step (blog)
Mon 7th Nov 2011 13:07
i was just thinking of giving blood..this has worried my arm now..i didn't know it all came out the one..a hazardous arm could get up to anything in a light headed state of being...hmm food for thought..
Comment is about advice for blood donors (blog)
Original item by Neil Richards
Mon 7th Nov 2011 13:01
excellent..love this one..says so very much..
"Dancing is like acting that way
Conjuring something beyond one’s grasp
Hoping air will float one’s feet above ground"
i can feel the beats...keep them coming : ) Deb x
Comment is about Autumn Dance (blog)
Original item by J. Otis Powell‽ (with interrobang)
Mon 7th Nov 2011 12:56
beautiful words Mr O.P. I don't like to analyse, but just feel...and relate..
"My longing is ancient
It’s a deep ache in my soul
That has nowhere else to go.."
I inhaled your words like deep draughts of lavender...and they stirred my drowsy soul this morning
thank you, Deb
Comment is about Pannonica (blog)
Mon 7th Nov 2011 09:40
Danka for your thoughts on "Vertav alle ze vishiz gon?". I'll stop carping on about it now you've bROACHed the subject.
You have changed your profile pic for an old man's.
Comment is about Graham Sherwood (poet profile)
Original item by Graham Sherwood
Mon 7th Nov 2011 09:39
Great poem, gig and band Rach, you should post link on their FB site :-}
Mon 7th Nov 2011 09:28
Hello MC. Thanks for your thoughts on "Vertav alle ze vishiz gon?".
This is one the otter/mink didn't get - it died before it got it!
I got given 4 like this about 5 years ago. Only got 1 left now.
Comment is about M.C. Newberry (poet profile)
Mon 7th Nov 2011 09:23
Just to meld your last two thoughts, Banksy; do you think Stella would help me?
Comment is about the kissing gate (blog)
Original item by Banksy
Mon 7th Nov 2011 04:26
A very good read. Thanks! (I especially liked the verse about his last thoughts)
Comment is about The deceased's last meal was a cheese and tomato omelette (blog)
Original item by STEVE RUDD
Mon 7th Nov 2011 00:08
Right! That's it. Gotta get my big fat hairy arse displayed in some forum /platform somewhere ... well I'm open to offers. All in a good cause!
Comment is about The male muse: poetic chaps bare more than their souls for charity (article)
Original item by Greg Freeman
Sun 6th Nov 2011 23:44
many thanks. you should really try it sometime coopey - take your balls in both hands & just walk.
maybe not stella though (not unless you own a gun) :D
Patricia and Stefan Wilde
Sun 6th Nov 2011 23:25
this is 'old stoney chops'
saying thanks a lot Alana.
Comment is about Self harm (blog)
Sun 6th Nov 2011 23:23
yes you do Alana.
don,t do as he was made to do by the Beatles-
just Rock on!
thanks very much.
Patricia and Stef.xx
Comment is about The painting of Immortal intensity (blog)
Sun 6th Nov 2011 23:19
thank you for the update Lynn.
you had a really nice time from what you say.
and a lovely welcome home from Mr.B!
Tricia and Stef.xx
Comment is about Lynn Dye (poet profile)
Original item by Lynn Dye
jean lucy thompson
Sun 6th Nov 2011 22:10
Thanks Peter for your comments Like your poetry very much Just read Wild Cat and the photo well; I can relate with that I carried a poor cat off the main road to a safe place The memory of it is still with me
Comment is about Peter Asher (poet profile)
Original item by Peter Asher
Sun 6th Nov 2011 21:50
Like your sample Jean. I too am drawn to the spiritual element of poetry, but mine aren't as accessable as yours. Well done.
Comment is about jean lucy thompson (poet profile)
Original item by jean lucy thompson
Sun 6th Nov 2011 21:38
Hey Dave, thanks for reading and commenting.
Comment is about Dave Bradley (poet profile)
Sun 6th Nov 2011 21:34
Baring ones soul is fine by me Julian...but baring my arse is altogether a different dynamic...but I do look forward to the possible forthcoming bare bottied calendar that thos of WOL are brave enough to do...and ha ha Anne..as if!
Sun 6th Nov 2011 21:22
You cheeky so and so Mr Regan, Write Out Loud has no problem keeping up, thank you very much. The very suggestion! We, too, have known about the story for a while but had to clear permissions before issuing the photo. Not sure it is a competition to get the latest breaking news? Judging by the number of comments it has been of interest. after all, as poets, we are all in the habit of baring our souls.
Sun 6th Nov 2011 21:19
Powerful, Terry. Very
Comment is about A Mother's Decision (blog)
Sun 6th Nov 2011 21:10
Not an easy subject to write on..and coming from a blokes perspective too...actually I enjoyed reading this if you know what I mean...must put my own take on this subject too..anyways save to say I think this is a great write Terry :)
Sun 6th Nov 2011 21:03
I recalled Beethoven? whilst reading this? xx
Sun 6th Nov 2011 20:59
Perhaps I shouldn't seek marriage? I like how he stonily turns away? Men do that, So annoying? like this sounds like a good argument xx
Sun 6th Nov 2011 20:49
Good evening Lynn.
you had a 'smashing' time away-haha!
spooky that you two were on hols
the same time as us.
(great minds and all that!)
am I right in presuming
you were on your canal boat?
I,m sure you once told me you had one-?
want to thank you sincerely
for your comments on-
Patricia says hi,and thanks too.
love to you and Colin.xx
Sun 6th Nov 2011 20:17
There's something primaeval about being alone in the dark. In a forest? by a lake? You like your adrenalin, Banksy!
Sun 6th Nov 2011 20:09
Right on an' outta sight!
Good to see you still wearing the clothes, Dave.
Comment is about Hippies (blog)
Sun 6th Nov 2011 20:07
Agree with Alana, this is lovely. xx
Comment is about tumbling (blog)
Sun 6th Nov 2011 20:03
Effective form, MC.
You like your 3 line rhymes.
Sun 6th Nov 2011 20:02
Ah! I get it now!
I had to revisit the beginnibg again!
Comment is about POETIC JUSTICE (blog)
Sun 6th Nov 2011 19:44
Enjoyed this, Patricia, nice idea, original. x
Comment is about Fountainous (blog)
Sun 6th Nov 2011 19:24
Really like the feeling here..I would be scared walking about at night time on my own..spooky indeed..think I would have smoked more than one!...really enjoyed your walk..thanks :)
Sun 6th Nov 2011 19:22
Hi - many thanks.
kissing gate - no - I wasn't being obtuse, it's just what they are called.
Sun 6th Nov 2011 19:09
Like this lots...that moment picture is well described..and as Rachel says its like a shot from a film.. :)
Comment is about Knots (blog)
Original item by Hayden
Sun 6th Nov 2011 18:51
Liked 'Breakfast Pots'. Humorous topped with a light sprinkling of pathos. But really.. it struck me as sad and doesn't it sum us all up!
Comment is about Elaine (poet profile)
Original item by Elaine
Sun 6th Nov 2011 17:33
i like this scene you create, like a shot from a film.
write a follow on, im keen to read poetry thats written in sequence. what happens next? how s he gonna react to that empty cup..and she. where they going? intriguing.
i watch too many flms, i wish the world were as interesting
Sun 6th Nov 2011 16:17
horsey...i always did have a thing for those with big noses x
i saw his foot/handprints at blackpool. they were very big. ;)
Comment is about Vernon from Bolton way (blog)
Sun 6th Nov 2011 16:16
he is also a good poet. not bad for an italian ;)
Sun 6th Nov 2011 15:27
Funny and unsettling feeling as I read this.Strange how the mind plays tricks when we feel most vulnerable! Love the ordinary language in this too!
Sun 6th Nov 2011 15:19
Haha! Some of my best mates at college were what some would class as 'hippies'.Best natured people I ever met! Enjoyed this dave! Be nice to hear it at The Tudor,maybe?
Sun 6th Nov 2011 13:42
Very real and honest! Kissing gate? (imaginary) or is that where you used to canoodle! x
Sun 6th Nov 2011 13:36
I agree with the sentiment!We need revolutionaries, people who challenge the status quo, xx
Sun 6th Nov 2011 13:28
Sublime! especially last verse xx
Sun 6th Nov 2011 13:24
Very sad! resonates, Like the style of font? and the pic xx
Comment is about exploited (blog)
Sun 6th Nov 2011 13:17
There was a con artist from Senegal
He wasn't a poet at all
We got wise to his scam
And put up the spam
Don't try to con poets on WOL!
Comment is about Spam, spam, spam, spam… (article)
Sun 6th Nov 2011 12:05
Very nice poem Rachel.Vernon Kay! What a legend,eh? Haha. His horsey features are on display in my Daughter's college in Wigan where he used to be a student.The git's everywhere!
Sun 6th Nov 2011 11:37
True poetry burns brightly in the heart of a guy who can lose a thousand quids worth of fish and write a funny poem about it...
You get my vote...cheers!
Comment is about Vertav Alle Ze Vishiz Gon? (blog)
Original item by John Coopey
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