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Thu 2nd Aug 2018 13:51
Thank you for reading and the like Anya. . .🌷 Very much appreciated.
Comment is about "Megalomania XXV" by Big Sal and Ferris Taylor (blog)
Original item by Temple of Indomitable Poetry
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 12:54
Thanks Martin for the positive feedback! I appreciate it! 😊
Comment is about Martin Elder (poet profile)
Original item by Martin Elder
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 12:24
It's quite a thing to admit now, but I'm somewhat dissatisfied with the form of this post. I wanted to try something new but feel like maybe I went a little overboard.
Thanks, all, for reading--maybe I hit something despite my personal sense of being off target.
Comment is about Page C3 Headlines (blog)
Original item by elPintor
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 11:10
Comment is about sitting by the window (blog)
Original item by jan oskar hansen
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 11:04
very yummy food for thought Frances.
Comment is about Numero Uno (blog)
Original item by Frances Macaulay Forde
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 10:48
thankful and muchly so is one that you Big Sal, Taylor, and Frances have done one proud.
Comment is about arrivals (blog)
Original item by Rose Casserley
Frances Macaulay Forde
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 10:36
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 10:34
Comment is about A New Jerusalem (blog)
Original item by Wolfgar
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 10:21
Damon, there is so much defeat in this poem...
I really feel for you...
Lots of love 😘
Comment is about Rainy Sunday (blog)
Original item by Damon Blackery
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 10:16
Exciting colaboration!!! Thx guys for your creativity ! Combined power 👍🏻
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 10:14
It is so hard to look beyond anger...
Thank you! Made me think.
Comment is about Weapon (blog)
Original item by AVISHEK GHOSH
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 10:12
Ah, you do my friend. Tina, Tyson and Keith patents are safely held by you. I just patented the FUN BUS. After all it was your creations that helped get this whole concept started. I owe you a lot for that. Consider yourself a co-founder.
Gina, froggie, Princess - without you Brian we would never have been born..ribbit...meow... 😎
Comment is about FUN BUS : Don Patents Our Bus (blog)
Original item by Don Matthews
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 10:10
Nice to see you posting again 😃
Brilliant like always . Thank you x
Comment is about For Stuart (blog)
Original item by Hazel ettridge
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 10:09
We never know what people carry around inside. Great poem! Thank you x
Comment is about Silently Sad (blog)
Original item by Jane Briganti
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 10:06
When you go Dorinda please pass on all our respects from our poetry group - - thanks
One of the pictures on display at the Art Gallery
Comment is about Stockport WoL (group profile)
Original item by Stockport WoL
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 08:40
Thank you Hugh for the generous comment you made on "Silently Sad"
Comment is about hugh (poet profile)
Original item by hugh
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 08:38
Congratulations! A brilliant poem.
Comment is about Reconciliation by Ray Pool is Write Out Loud's Poem of the Week (article)
Original item by Mike Took
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 08:27
You clever old thing. Timeless but very much of these times.
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 08:23
This poem is sublime,capturing her despair and full of rhyme .Well done.
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 08:06
Thank you Jane from you that means a lot.💕 Taylor
Comment is about Jane Briganti (poet profile)
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 08:01
A tender and heartwarming piece. Excellent!
Comment is about CLOSING THE GAP OF YEARS (blog)
Original item by ray pool
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 07:53
Rhythmic and romantic. Nice!😊
Comment is about Heart Roast (blog)
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 07:47
I like this poem, it carries a vital message. We should all try and make peace with our enemies.
Well done Avishek! Thank you. Jane
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 07:43
This is a heartfelt poem but the words and emotion don't seem to flow as easily as your other poems. A very nice effort though!😊
Comment is about The Unfading You (blog)
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 07:38
A rich man is truly the one in touch with his feelings. You are a very rich man! I especially liked the line "My lines are my identity". I can totally relate to this.
Well done...a great poem!
Comment is about Written In a moment of Crisis (blog)
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 07:33
Your poem is rich in both emotion and pain. The reader can understand this. Nice work. Thanks, Jane
Comment is about Camphor (blog)
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 07:17
A well-written delicate poem I'd say. Very nice indeed. Thank you, Jane😊
Comment is about REST ASSURED (blog)
Original item by M.C. Newberry
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 06:50
Short, sweet and written with absolute precision! I love it!
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 06:35
...without a doubt, this is beautiful! It touched me deeply. Thank you!❤
Comment is about Ripped Away (blog)
Original item by Taylor Crowshaw
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 06:17
Talking of patents, I thought I held them on Tina and Tyson....
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 05:53
Nice to meet you Fred. Thank for the lovely comment you wrote on "Wedding Bells". It is appreciated.
Your sample poetry is very enticing. I look forward to reading my way through your other poems.
Thank you, Jane😊
Comment is about Fred Varden (poet profile)
Original item by Fred Varden
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 04:42
This may be the longest poem I've ever been a part of, but shout out to Ferris Taylor for making it happen! Props dude, you fucking killed it! Top guns blasting at full mast, all cylinders firing hot, and the rhymes to make it all happen. 👍👍
Written by Big Sal and Ferris Taylor.
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 04:41
Hi Big Sal, thank you for your comment on "My Strawberry Milkshake" I'm always looking for ways to improve my writing (:
Comment is about Big Sal (poet profile)
Original item by Big Sal
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 04:37
Hi Martin, thank you for your comment on "My Strawberry Milkshake" (:
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 04:35
It is a cold case so who knows the background.? Agreed, children can follow the way of parents for good or bad. I think (?) they were charged with the murders but fell apart in court. Witnesses afraid of reprisals (?) Insufficient forensic evidence (?). In court it's a game being played between prosecutor and defence. May the best man win.
I don't like this analogy but it's true. Where's the justice in this ??
Putting a newspaper report into rhyme is not easy. You are restricted to words. Thanks for your encouragement
Comment is about A Family That Kills Together (blog)
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 04:12
Thank you, Keith and Martin. Although I am sorry you met 'one' today, Keith.
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 03:49
Haha thanks Ferris! Glad someone counted! Keep spitting that fire. . .!
Comment is about Cressida (blog)
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 02:42
Please forgive...I posted this once in a different form and realized that it seemed to be built upon something that I didn't feel was entirely my own. So, this is basically the same idea cloaked in different language. Who among us has entirely original ideas?
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 01:00
You know I have two sides. Comic and Serious. Every now and again I like to challenge myself by trying to convert a newspaper report/article into rhyme as I believe rhyme in itself draws the reader in. It can be employed to carry along with it a variety of messages, emotions etc.
This one is a series of articles about true crime here. It appears insufficient evidence surfaced. Of interest is the now DNA tool which can sometimes solve and achieve justice for cold cases.
Thanks for all your comments. Will now let Comic have a go. ribbit...thanks Don
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 00:49
I believe there's got to be something after we leave here. With a science background logic tells me our spirit/soul ? goes nowhere? What a waste of 90 years. I guess I'm talking about recycling. There's gotta be a spirit recycling bank in the sky. I hope the keeper of the bank thinks I'm worth another try. Maybe that's the whole purpose of life.?
Continual recycling in a hope of spirit improvement....
Thu 2nd Aug 2018 00:25
Thank you for commenting on my poem Mortality Hugh. Appreciated..😃
Wed 1st Aug 2018 23:50
Thank you much. . .🌷
Comment is about Tahira Rehman (poet profile)
Original item by Tahira Rehman
Wed 1st Aug 2018 23:49
Great poetry Jane!
Comment is about Wedding Bells (blog)
Wed 1st Aug 2018 23:44
Thank you very much ladies for the likes and kind comments 😀
Comment is about PLANS (blog)
Wed 1st Aug 2018 23:42
Thanks for commenting Big Sal love the idea of a song. re book it took me about 6 months to write and another 2 months for me to organise format proof read and get to publication.
Very deep. Unique style of words and how they flow. Good work
Wed 1st Aug 2018 23:39
Thank you for your kind comments. It's her real name 😀
Comment is about Saphora (blog)
Wed 1st Aug 2018 23:38
Nicely flows, and I like the rhymes.
Wed 1st Aug 2018 23:32
Thank you so much Big Sal 😘😘😘
Comment is about The Moth (blog)
Original item by Anya
Wed 1st Aug 2018 23:16
Pictures accompanying a poem often help a reader visualize what the writer is saying, but even if you didn't include one in this, your words would have sufficed. Great imagery and sentiment.👍
Comment is about While the Salvation Army Band Played On (blog)
Original item by Jeffarama!
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