If you have forgotten your password, please request a password reset.
Wed 4th Apr 2018 10:26
Where did you find sappiness? A heart-warming ditty Trevor.
Comment is about Happiness Is… (blog)
Original item by Trevor Alexander
Wed 4th Apr 2018 10:24
Love thy neighbour in this most religious of weeks Brian!
Comment is about The Bloke Next Door (blog)
Original item by Brian Maryon
Wed 4th Apr 2018 09:31
Hi John only just seen this one. Your a bottomless reservoir of brilliantly metred chuckles.
Comment is about THE WATER METER (blog)
Original item by John Coopey
Wed 4th Apr 2018 09:20
Ohhh Jeremy Corbyn
Ohhh Jeremy Corbyn
Ohhh Jeremy Corbyn
zzzz just woke up...what a nightmare!
Comment is about THE BOY DOES NOTHING (blog)
Wed 4th Apr 2018 07:55
You're right AM... Love hurts but still we love. Thanks for the like 😃
Comment is about Missing You - MGS (blog)
Original item by MGS
Wed 4th Apr 2018 07:19
It's great isn't it?
Comment is about Kathmandu 2 (blog)
Original item by Hazel ettridge
Wed 4th Apr 2018 06:38
Amen! Thank you. Anya x
Comment is about Have Faith (blog)
Original item by K
Wed 4th Apr 2018 05:22
hehe quite a rant isnt it thanx for reading 😃
Comment is about Reasonsonal (blog)
Original item by NICK ARMBRISTER
Wed 4th Apr 2018 04:54
there are different types of corruption. that of the self, eg moral corruption. a person can be corrupted if easily led by a manipulative person to do something for the other's gain. then there is financial corruption or graft. this is prevalent in communist nations, partly why the commies failed. a man digging a hole in the world gets the same wage as a man making mig planes. they row. the digger claims he physically works harder. mig man says he uses his head. no1 wins there. so the digger sneakily bucks the system and sells building supplies from his boss on the side, thus making extra undeclared cash and being corrupt. there are many examples in the media, around us personally and nationally on a country wide level. the corruption i indicated in my piece is based on an appointment system which can be manipulated and thus is corrupt. i added shall we say some extras.
Comment is about Corrupt (blog)
Frances Macaulay Forde
Wed 4th Apr 2018 04:27
This is wonderful, Terry.
'...an old girl
puzzled in the folds of yesterday"
I do agree with Brian though; I think the importance of the words would be served by spacing a little... but I enjoy it just as it is, too.
Comment is about The Carer (blog)
Original item by Terry Jones
Wed 4th Apr 2018 02:43
Why thank you, kind Sir David!
What lovely words.
I shall post another (but very different) poem using the knitting theme, just for you... to see what you think.
(Safe journey home...)
Comment is about Haiku at Burns Beach Cafe (blog)
Original item by Frances Macaulay Forde
Wed 4th Apr 2018 02:16
It was more of a joke but it's true it's more sane to be aggressive . If you live in an environment in which you get angry all the time . And even some studies found that it can be very beneficial to kill a person you hate so much . Of course if killing a person was morally acceptable. It can help you reduce anger stress and even gain control over your life . But anyway I imagine my self hitting a Lot of people but I can't do it in real . It's too much troublesome
Comment is about closure (blog)
Original item by racha
Wed 4th Apr 2018 00:37
I was going to send you an article on the correlation of the amygdala to aggressive response, since you are a psychology student. But, the first article I came upon mentioned the "abnormal" aggressive response of a driver to a tailgater. I believe that the tailgater is the "abnormal" one since it's his face I can see in my rearview at 70 miles per hour (about 113 km/h for you Europeans and well, the rest of the world). Yet it's people like me who are being studied since stupidity seems so normal--go figure.
Please pardon if this response makes little sense, but physical violence is never truly out of the question in extreme situations.
Forgive me for ignoring your original intent. As good or needed as it may be, closure is hard to come by because it can mean making many changes, both in mentality and environment. We all make our journeys. Good to hear from you and take good care.
Wed 4th Apr 2018 00:17
Yeah I get very violent when I'm angry and when people criticises me . I tend to slap . Pull girls hairs . Hit people with things . U know the kind of things . I'm very aggressive
Wed 4th Apr 2018 00:15
Ah Suki--how much would I write just to get a response like that?! Thanks for the laugh---"I am what I am and that's all that I am..."
Comment is about undivided (blog)
Original item by elPintor
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 23:27
thanks for your kind comments on 'memory of rhinoceroses' Dave - I'm please you liked it
Comment is about Dave Morgan (poet profile)
Original item by Dave Morgan
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 23:26
I like it Terry, partly I suppose because I can relate to it.
I feel it would be better spaced out into verses...just my opinion though, others may think not.
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 23:14
Thank you for your comments Colin, greatly appreciated!
Comment is about Castaways (blog)
Original item by Chris Bainbridge
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 22:53
Hi there Rachel,
I balance the Yin/Yang in my own way: I can't drive, and if I so much as looked at a car engine it would probably blow up is disgust!
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 22:51
This would work great as a song. Some fab observations and wit!
Comment is about Foolish Pleasures (blog)
Original item by Carol Falaki
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 22:46
Very poignant and affecting, particularly the last verse, Ray..
Comment is about LATE DEPARTURE (blog)
Original item by ray pool
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 22:43
robotic clicks on the swollen blog
no new tricks for the google-dog.
Comment is about The transparency of species (blog)
Original item by Wolfgar
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 21:55
Know what you mean Hazel...I've been married 32 years.
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 21:43
He might have, Hazel. 😃
So Keith - you're meeting up with Brian tonight? 😄
Comment is about Misery Guts (blog)
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 21:41
No, Brian. Those first 15 days gave false hope for what then turned out to be 2 years of chastity.
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 21:34
Thank you for this as I am off to my local and will see him in the flesh. Well written. Keith
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 21:20
No legover this time then Hazel? lol
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 21:18
Trevor - you've just described me!
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 20:57
does this guy also happen to have a comb-over?
Mxolisi Cassius Mabuya
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 20:26
Corruption is the evil that is mortgaged from the most precious of our possessions. It could be your child, mother or partner in exchange for every wrong act you do at the expense of others. Hence I believe that the corrupt are digging their grave. So relax.
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 20:18
Lovely heartfelt writing Ian and a joy to read. You really had me at 'and then I heard...'
Comment is about Back To The Park (blog)
Original item by Ian Whiteley
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 20:15
I love a piece of writing that is not rooted in any one particular decade or century. This has an almost timeless quality which is delightful. I suppose the buying of a silver necklace does tie it down to the last 200 years but I'm sure its time is probably more recent. And Whitby is such a wonderful setting for poetry. Thanks for posting Chris.
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 20:06
Hahahahahaha! JC I'm preparing one in vegan leather. Gert keep them coming
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 20:01
'Heart Shaped and Reflective' is a great title and there are some excellent lines here. 'While you were slithering' I like lots and using words ending in 'ing' helps to keep up the flow nicely. Thanks for posting Jara.
Comment is about Heart Shaped & Reflective (blog)
Original item by Jara Giner
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 19:55
lovely writing Jan.
Comment is about sailing (blog)
Original item by jan oskar hansen
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 19:54
Thanks Cynthia for commenting. I'm so glad you put this on that level. Very kind of you. I suppose it's the last lines that draw us in, hopefully. It's just hitting the spot with a reader and if that happens, so rewarding to hear from such as yourself ! I wasn't sure which Twilight poem you meant; was it by Sarah Teasdale? I'd love to know.
Comment is about LONERS (blog)
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 19:47
Thanks for the flowers folks.
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 19:43
Loved it. I have such similar memories. Did that really all happen in this same life I'm living now?
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 19:36
Slap u? Xx
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 18:59
Exquisite! I loved this. Beautifully written - thanks for sharing.
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 18:55
I love Topanga canyon!
Comment is about The kissing poems 32 (blog)
Original item by david patrick simon
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 18:53
You are perfect who you are! Don’t let anyone get you down girl. 💚 it makes for beautiful poetry though 💚
Xoxo -Lilly Love
Comment is about The Girl Who Cried Wolf (blog)
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 18:50
I cycled through the rain today...had no choice as I was caught out. No probs...I didn't melt.
Comment is about Blue Sun (blog)
Original item by Robert C Gaulke
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 17:57
Liked that very much Ian for a number of reasons. Really very good in my opinion.
Comment is about ‘A Memory of Rhinoceroses’ by Ian Whiteley is our Poem of the Week (article)
Original item by steve pottinger
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 16:51
Very nice poem...The soul travels
Tuesday, April 3, 2018
We do all that we can
And become fan
Of world's luxury
We work hard and pray an almighty
Life's most of the time goes on such quest
And we leave nothing behind to achieve the best
We get what we desire
Even if whole life goes on fire
We are, after all, human beings
And try to bring
Whatever is within reach
Life moves ahead as such
Comment is about ‘Cycle of Life’ by Anya is Write Out Loud’s Poem of the Week (article)
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 15:52
Just to hopefully close this large tome David. I can see what you are getting at and why. The greater mystery for me is having a brother who has devoted so much of his life to the Church without once him and me having a conversation about his beliefs. That says it all for me.
Thanks for sticking with this mate.
Comment is about EASTER: A NEW START (blog)
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 15:33
I love the way you have constructed this and cleverly knitted the words together, as you would lovingly create a garment for a cherished one.
I'm rubbish with Haiku, and not generally a fan but this is a wonderful, thoughtful and hand crafted piece of writing.
Blimey, you even had me googling Knitting terms.
It also reminded me of my Grandmother who was rarely seen not knitting.
Such love in this.
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 15:25
Wonderfully heartfelt. Loved it, Ian.
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 15:07
Thank you for this as it was like stepping onto a carousel and reluctant to get off. Beautifully told with sentimental imagery at the fore.
Tue 3rd Apr 2018 15:04
thank you for your comment!!
Comment is about Bindu Trigunayak (poet profile)
Original item by Bindu Trigunayak
© Copyright 2017 Write Out Loud 2015 CIC. All rights reserved.
Find out more
Hide this message