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Mon 27th Jul 2009 15:35
Re-balloon. Oh no! You'll have to do much better than that! I want a rose with it too. :-)
My niece sends balloons up into the sky for each grandparent on anniversaries of their deaths. She did it at the funerals too. Much nicer than throwing soil in the ground. :-)
Comment is about Anthony Emmerson (poet profile)
Original item by Anthony Emmerson
Mon 27th Jul 2009 15:13
You win. She makes me feel sick :-)
Comment is about Davina (blog)
Original item by Sophie Hall
Ridge A. Dillard
Mon 27th Jul 2009 15:04
Thanks you guys, i figured out the problem. I'm glad that you liked what i wrote.
Comment is about The Red (blog)
Original item by Ridge A. Dillard
Mon 27th Jul 2009 14:51
I defy anyone to like the woman who left me with a very bad back after half an hour of her 'exercise' dvd. It was actually a torture DVD and as such - I decided to go all 'poetic' on her in a sort of evil vengeful way. I think I made my point clear.
She is pure evil, John YOU HAVE BEEN TRICKED.
Comment is about John Darwin (poet profile)
Original item by John Darwin
Mon 27th Jul 2009 14:41
You're talking about the woman I love Sophie :-)
Slam queen slams national treasure. I don't think I will recover from this. Ever.
Really enjoyable and marked with your signature.
Mon 27th Jul 2009 13:58
ps. is that a deliberate typo just for me?
south of ''your'' a**e.
Comment is about a curse - for the mildly irritating (blog)
Mon 27th Jul 2009 13:49
This is a definite poem needed for anyone on a gloomy day. Go team janet x
Comment is about The Light of Day. (blog)
Mon 27th Jul 2009 13:47
Great picture, brilliant poem.
You do have a way with words for certain as Anthony says. Your rhyming schemes are always unique to me.
Mon 27th Jul 2009 13:41
You're right Cynthia but not everyone will see the depth within it as you did.
Mon 27th Jul 2009 13:38
What a fun poem!
Really enjoyed this as i have a brother named Roy. It does remind me of him when younger.
Great stuff Dave,
Comment is about Little Roy (blog)
Original item by Dave Morgan
Mon 27th Jul 2009 13:34
This is really quite sensual, especially the first few stanzas. Enjoyed this poem very much.
Comment is about Chip & Dips & Cool, Cool Wine (blog)
Original item by Dave Dunn
Mon 27th Jul 2009 13:28
i might be able to help you out here.
It's my job!
Email is on my profile page if you want to get in touch. :-)
Comment is about Taxi Stories (blog)
Mon 27th Jul 2009 13:26
some real sentiment to this poem.
Comment is about The sparrow speaks (blog)
Original item by Daniel Hooks
Mon 27th Jul 2009 13:24
'Some girls cry when you squeeze them
and i resemble action man some days' are
great lines for me Pete.
I used to play with my brothers action man. He was allowed nowhere near my Tressy :-)
Comment is about tiny tears (blog)
Mon 27th Jul 2009 13:19
I agree with Marianne here, you do need a profile. Not sure how you actually managed to blog without one. Seems a shame not to display your work in one.
Loved reading your poetry. Fantastic images and lots of colour.
Cynthia Buell Thomas
Mon 27th Jul 2009 12:59
Janet, this is really, really good. I didn't equate colour-dyes with actual 'false colour' but I could be wrong. For me, it seemed as though the idea was far more encompassing.
Mon 27th Jul 2009 12:51
Amazing poem, really touched me as a S.African woman. Keep writing and keep your voice strong.
Comment is about Maxwell Mutami (poet profile)
Original item by Maxwell Mutami
Dave D Poet Rhumour
Mon 27th Jul 2009 11:24
'Bobby' struck a chord or two with me John - partly due to my own follicularly challenged experiences - a good read, perhaps more so at the mike :)
Mon 27th Jul 2009 10:52
Hi Daniel - thanks for commenting on 'Chips & Dips' - glad you enjoyed it :) I think you were probably first as there weren't many of us on line when I posted it last night - some folks must have sneaked out, hehe.
Comment is about Daniel Hooks (poet profile)
Marianne Louise Daniels
Mon 27th Jul 2009 10:39
For some reason I can't get on to your profile but I think your voice is really strong. I particularly love 'I am..' , seething and seductive almost, brilliant,and i always love abit of witchy madness in epic proportions. Well done.
Mon 27th Jul 2009 09:59
the first person to comment! I wonder why becasue this such a great and romantic love poem. well done!
Mon 27th Jul 2009 02:11
Thanks to all who left comments on this one, glad you like, I like, is nice.
Anthony yes you got it! you got the 'brief encounter' yes and the other songs seem to fit well. Seems its been written before.Nothing new under the sun perhaps. Or as Einstein said, its hiding the source.
Comment is about that tear (blog)
Mon 27th Jul 2009 02:01
Peter would like to point out that he has never played with a Tiny Tears doll. I say this as some take my poems as actual experience, they are not. They are emotional ideas, played out with poetry.
Janet s Brown
Mon 27th Jul 2009 00:46
Thanks Anthony for your kind comment and advice :),
Comment is about The Maldives (blog)
Mon 27th Jul 2009 00:29
hello anthony, thanks for the comments.
Love your curse!! Made me splutter me tea out as I read it (two sugars for me please, its the less harmful of my many vices).
trying to get audio stuff up soon when i get my hands on a mic.
Sun 26th Jul 2009 23:00
Hi Daniel, having read the poems here on your bio page I'm inclined to campaign for legalizing green aliens ;) Good work!
Sun 26th Jul 2009 22:55
Hi Marianne, Up till half way through the second stanza this, for me was a cycling poem and a rewarding one... What is this subject/inspiration here? Winston
Comment is about Plough (blog)
Original item by Marianne Daniels
Sun 26th Jul 2009 22:01
Lincolnshire...what's there? Grimsby et al??
I'm afraid I don't know of anything east of ... Lancashire hehe.
If I had a choice between Yorks and Scots - I'd be Scottish every time haha. As it stands, I am probably extremely English with no particular rooting!
Comment is about Dave Dunn (poet profile)
Sun 26th Jul 2009 21:56
I know! I feel I owe it to my name to become Welsh one day but sadly, I remain distinctly un-Welsh.
I live closer to Wales than I ever have though :) - result!
Sun 26th Jul 2009 21:35
corrected the dates, and thanks for the comments.
Comment is about Oak Leaves (blog)
Original item by Damian Rushworth
Sun 26th Jul 2009 20:31
Hi Dave, thanks for your comment on What Do You See,......Ive never been one to take shit without fighting back, and I think this poem expresses my personality quite well!!!!! Im learning to be a little more laid back as I grow older disgracefully though!!
Sun 26th Jul 2009 20:29
Thankyou for your encouraging comments today David
Sun 26th Jul 2009 20:15
Excellent poem and attitude - be proud of who you are :)
Comment is about What Do You See... (blog)
Original item by Cate
Sun 26th Jul 2009 20:06
alas the week-end came went and so did we: She's never read it nor seen the foto.
Comment is about Lizzie by Night (blog)
Original item by Tommy Carroll
Sun 26th Jul 2009 19:27
hi , Dave , no the dates arent accurate , i am sure its a typo in a moment of well , its time to claim Damian as being my sons nom de plume.
what a poem david x a tribute to your brother
Sun 26th Jul 2009 17:58
Hi Damian,it would be picky to challenge the imagery in the first four lines, when you you leave us with a wonderful metaphor in line 6. As a tribute it's very resonant. Are the dates accurate (98-07)?
Sun 26th Jul 2009 17:49
When are you going to post your pole dancing poem? The humour was so subtle - your best yet - I would love to read it.
Comment is about christine yates (poet profile)
Original item by christine yates
Sun 26th Jul 2009 15:23
Thankyou for your comments on H1N1influenza, perhaps I should have added a bit about the eye( the great eye of Sauron that is)!! I enjoyed your prose above but am particularly drawn to Lifelines. The picture of the woman knitting and the poem are exact, did the pic spur the poem I wonder.
best wishes, jane
Sun 26th Jul 2009 14:58
An interesting thought - but I'm not sure that the statistics bear out your assertion! Being the somewhat curious and pedantic git that I am I did a quick count up and calculation on the ratio of males/females registered on this site. According to Paul's latest post:
it seems that there are 567 poets registered. By my reckoning (and it's quite difficult - allowing for non-gender-specific profiles and possible aliases) it would appear that the ratio is approximately 360/200 men/women, or alternatively 1:0.55. Of course this could mean lots of things - even that there are more women poets out there, but that men have bigger egos! Surely not? :-)
Comment is about Women love poetry more than men (blog)
Sun 26th Jul 2009 13:49
Tommy I think this is powerful It captures so many facets, time, place, relationships, in a simply stated short format. As other observers have noted of similar poems, it's a short story in itself. I hope Lizzie liked it.
Sun 26th Jul 2009 13:27
OK i give in! :-)
Thanks Anthony and Isobel who actually had the same thought.
Sun 26th Jul 2009 13:11
Anthony, thank you for your comments, feedback and support. Its really appreciated. Lucky you living in rural Devon! I have been there as a child, would love to go back...if only I can find the time...need to escape......
Sun 26th Jul 2009 12:29
Sun 26th Jul 2009 12:27
I like this poem Janet,I easily identify with your words. I hope you don`t mind but maybe if you replace friend in two lines with she /he your poem would be more emotive.
" She/he departed in a different way."
"Before she/he departed---
Punctuation Janet, helps the flow.
Comment is about Lost Today (blog)
Sun 26th Jul 2009 12:05
I haven't seen you around for a while. Came late to this one. The last line is a very telling observation, I guess there are as many kinds of love as there are people. We don't always get the kind we expect - or want. Thanks for your comments on my scribbles, the are always very welcome and appreciated.
Comment is about Searching for Chains (blog)
Original item by sian howell
Sun 26th Jul 2009 11:50
Enjoyed your musing on the turning earth and its effects on us. Just one small quibble - seeketh = sought?
Sun 26th Jul 2009 11:48
I'm afraid castration is the only permanent solution! Perhaps we can't get past hormone rushes, social conditioning and instincts (those have always been my excuses anyway!) Really liked the quality of sound on your track - maybe you could share a few tips?
Comment is about New poem: How Am I Better? (blog)
Sun 26th Jul 2009 11:44
I'm glad I'm not the only one who is inspired by lanscapes, seascapes, the colours of skies and the weather! I envy you on that beach. Nice poem - nice pic too. You might like to tidy up a few typo's in there - completely, palm, breathes - but I enjoyed it!
Sun 26th Jul 2009 10:18
Maybe we've found a hole in the market - let's saturate it...
Comment is about The Gallery (blog)
Sun 26th Jul 2009 10:03
An uplifting poem Janet - a new day often does that for us - though I think it may take a few for me LOL . It feels good to read an upbeat poem and I like the analogy of dyed hair returning to its natural state.
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