Sat 7th Mar 2015 00:14
Photo: Anton Yaklovev
Comment is about Jonathan Clarence (photo)
Comment is about Juan Caneggi, Bowery Poetry, New York, 2nd March 2015 (photo)
Sat 7th Mar 2015 00:13
Comment is about As yet unnamed poet, Bowery Poetry, New York, 2nd March 2015 (photo)
Comment is about Rhet, Bowery Poetry, New York, 2nd March 2015 (photo)
Sat 7th Mar 2015 00:12
Comment is about Nikhil Melnechuk congratulates Rachel Richman on being voted best poet of the night, Bowery Poetry Club, New York, 2nd March 2015 (photo)
Comment is about Achiles Navarro on trumpet and Tcheser Holmes on percussion, Bowery Poetry Club, 2nd March 2015 (photo)
Photo Julian Jordon
Comment is about Seamus Heaney poem, Scaffolding, on New York subway March 2015 (photo)
Sat 7th Mar 2015 00:11
Comment is about Adam Bonomo sings the blues, Bowery Poetry Club, New York, 2nd March 2015 (photo)
Comment is about Anton Yakovlev and Shane Hanlon, Bowery Poetry, New York, 2nd March 2015 (photo)
Fri 6th Mar 2015 23:25
trumpin crack blast is a gas,gas,gas!
Comment is about The Farty Party Manifesto (blog)
Original item by Laura Taylor
Fri 6th Mar 2015 21:55
Love this, Laura, very funny! :-)
Fri 6th Mar 2015 16:29
Hahaa Harry - quality! :D :D
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Fri 6th Mar 2015 16:20
PS: have just posted on my FB homepage seeking other attendees.
Comment is about Last Word festival looks back at legendary 1960s poetry 'incarnation' at Albert Hall (article)
Original item by Greg Freeman
Fri 6th Mar 2015 16:00
When first arriving in Stockport
I was the new boy.
Feeling isolated unable to speak
I found myself in exile.
Which is the selected theme
For Stockport Write Out Loud.
Comment is about Write Out Loud at Stockport art gallery tonight (article)
Fri 6th Mar 2015 15:43
Well, Greg has taken me down memory lane: let's wait and see what he found there.
And, yes, if we can find any other attendees that would be good.
Fri 6th Mar 2015 14:51
I have feasted my mince-pies on your comments Jackie and Harry and found them very digestible.
I know!............I'll get me coat!
The missed out line of 'us' being caked in oil isn't missing anymore-if you care for 'seconds'.?
(she approaches coat number two)....;o)x
Comment is about A stew-pid food for thought (yeah right!) poem (blog)
Fri 6th Mar 2015 14:28
Brilliant. Your mind is a place I'd love to visit.
Comment is about When You Used to Love Me, I Loved Myself. (blog)
Original item by Corr Lens
Fri 6th Mar 2015 14:26
This is pure genius. I'm overawed.
Comment is about In the Immortal Words of Bullshit- I Present to you... (blog)
Fri 6th Mar 2015 14:23
"Why create when you can sleep, dream
Why sleep when you can create, dream
Why ask when you haven't got a choice
Why choose when the outcome remains the same'
This is modern day angst at its best! Hard hitting realities.
Comment is about Bad Cab, Bad Company. (blog)
Fri 6th Mar 2015 14:21
Thank you so much for reading and your lovely comment!
Comment is about Corr Lens (poet profile)
Fri 6th Mar 2015 13:56
Alimentarilly inventive, Rose.
Fri 6th Mar 2015 13:33
I don`t know how I missed this!
Laura and Andy are right to use the words rich and dense about it.
(Andy`s instinct is also right about stanzas.)
Comment is about The liberation (blog)
Original item by Marie-Anne
Fri 6th Mar 2015 13:12
Amazing word choices. So impressed.
Comment is about Illumi-Not-I (blog)
Original item by Jake Vincent Belmont
Fri 6th Mar 2015 13:11
I love this poem. Thank you for sharing the feeling, it is familiar to me.
Comment is about Anji Droxaen (blog)
Fri 6th Mar 2015 13:07
Good one Laura!
Your idea is not at all squalid
Think of our excreted `solid`?
How useful it is to the nation
All re-cycled to fertilisation.
And spread over meadow and fen
Till we all masticate it again.
Your idea is really quite smart
When you start thinking of it:
We eventually eat our own shit
So why not combust our own fart?
Fri 6th Mar 2015 12:43
I was pie-eyed after reading your poem.
It certainly takes the biscuit.
Is it lunch-time yet?
I don't know why but suddenly I am feeling really hungry.
Fri 6th Mar 2015 12:25
I like this; nice and compact with some great lines.
Comment is about In School (blog)
Original item by James Roper
Fri 6th Mar 2015 11:00
Ive been here. very straight forward and clean. Love this.
Comment is about Us/We (blog)
Fri 6th Mar 2015 09:27
Heh - cheers you two :)
I surprise myself sometimes with the sheer volume of renewable energy I can produce! ;D
Fri 6th Mar 2015 09:22
Well, I have to say that the 'sitting on it' and the work you've put into it clearly show. It is really well crafted. More of this sort of thing! ;)
Comment is about Ian Whiteley (poet profile)
Original item by Ian Whiteley
Fri 6th Mar 2015 07:33
Very funny - loved it. :-D
Fri 6th Mar 2015 07:29
Bit of a rant going on there guys, but then poetry is definitely the place for a good rant. I did find those last two lines a little predictable though, I was almost waiting for them. Personally I think I would have left them out. But that's just me. Thanks for sharing :-)
Comment is about A whatever message to God knows who,from who does'nt know why (blog)
Fri 6th Mar 2015 07:20
I love the language in this and you are obviously not too young for the odd little bit of verbal incontinence, only when necessary though of course.
Comment is about The Beat's Gone Wrong (blog)
Original item by Graham Sherwood
Fri 6th Mar 2015 04:45
Hi Andy, thanks so much for reading and your comment !
Comment is about Andy N (poet profile)
Original item by Andy N
Fri 6th Mar 2015 04:41
Hi Laura, the one-legged dancer is metaphorical in its feeling of unsteadiness and the rest are analogous to uncertainty :) I don't know how to explain better ! Graham, thank you. Also thank you for finding me beautiful :0 Tilly, you are very generous ! Andy, thank you for reading, as always :)
Thu 5th Mar 2015 22:55
Whatever happened to that stuff like grease-proof paper, Harry, which just seemed to "spread the wealth" so to speak?
Comment is about RING OF FIRE (blog)
Original item by John Coopey
Thu 5th Mar 2015 22:51
Indeed we are, Ian.
When I shave in a morning my own dad looks back at me.
Comment is about Dexteram Patris (blog)
Thu 5th Mar 2015 22:47
I hope it's a peaceful Spring, Larisa.
Comment is about Happy Spring! (blog)
Original item by Larisa Rzhepishevska
Thu 5th Mar 2015 22:42
Cheer up, Graham. We won last night.
Patricia and Stefan Wilde
Rose,thanks for the non-curved ball comment.Harry.....uh? what? eh? pardon?..if only I could speak your language.Stef-(with one F)
Thu 5th Mar 2015 22:41
Quite different from your usual styles, Harry. But I think it works. I like some of the antiquary-style of language but I thought the Pity/probed/prised etc alliteration a bit overcooked.
Interesting issues of free will raised by the content.
Comment is about Precipice (blog)
Original item by Harry O`N eill
Thu 5th Mar 2015 22:27
Concerning your ring of fire:
Could I recommend my thirty two ply, Teflon-coated, non
stick, finger-proof, indestructibles (which one pulls
through from the front continuously until a clean sheet is sighted)...they`ve never failed me yet.
Thanks for the laughter.
Thu 5th Mar 2015 22:21
We'll take your last two lines advice..DOHH!!xx
Comment is about 2 into 1 does'nt go (blog)
Thu 5th Mar 2015 22:05
Think of the Roman soldiers...they got forgiven.
But, for Pete`s sake don`t tell saint Wallmart that you are thinkin` of worshipping at saint Tescos! :)
Comment is about Slapping Christ’s face (blog)
Original item by David R Mellor
Thu 5th Mar 2015 21:17
This one seems to be in a kind of indigestive
The trouble about calling for change is that someone
with no sense of humour always makes the unwelcome suggestion that we should change ourselves.
(I like the `yakky` words in this)
Thu 5th Mar 2015 21:01
have you been going to the same church as Rose?
After this hurricane has struck and you`re stood there explainin` why you wrote all that poetry about a straw house and tryin`to defend yourself on the `strength` of those rickety last two lines don`t stand anywhere near me. :)
(I`ll be tryin` to pluck the wool out of my eyes)
Thu 5th Mar 2015 19:56
What a wonderful analogy Preeti, I like this very much :)
Thu 5th Mar 2015 19:50
Hi Larisa-lovely picture,lovely poem,and above all,a lovely Lady.x
Thu 5th Mar 2015 19:44
well 'modernised' that man!x
Thu 5th Mar 2015 19:40
haha! great ending Stef!x
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