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Sat 22nd Feb 2020 11:58
as for not winning Poem Of The Week
it could be your photo
scares them off!
Comment is about Brian Maryon (poet profile)
Original item by Brian Maryon
Sat 22nd Feb 2020 11:54
Did they find Dinosaur bones there?
Thu 20th Feb 2020 20:30
Hiya Thanks for your like... Its going to be an interesting year at so many levels.
Looking forward to reading more from you.
Comment is about Itsjustmedownhere (poet profile)
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Thu 20th Feb 2020 18:27
Thanks for the message on my profile, liking my Arboretum poem.
Comment is about d.knape (poet profile)
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Thu 20th Feb 2020 12:40
Just read your poem Cocooned. Loved it. An absolute classic.
Thanks for liking my poems though they lack perfection unlike yours.
Comment is about poemagraphic (poet profile)
Original item by poemagraphic
Thu 20th Feb 2020 09:33
thanks for reading "Cedar Trees".
wear a mask for Cedarvirus!
Comment is about Binte Afroz (poet profile)
Original item by Binte Afroz
Thu 20th Feb 2020 09:30
so plant a Cedar on Cedar Avenue!
then plant a poem beneath it.
liked your arboretum poem! 😃
The wicked and the kid
Thu 20th Feb 2020 07:11
Thank you for taking the time to read my work I really appreciate it!
You have some truly amazing work and the way you create characters, to die for!
Thu 20th Feb 2020 01:56
Thank you Po, for always being there for me. You are such a huge support that you will never know. I have attained the impossible over last few years. Many walls broken, many gates open. And for this I am indebted to both Allah and you for your continuing support and help. Sometimes God sends help from unknown people and places. Thank you for being an angel friend and fighter who fought my battles which else couldn't be overcome and won
Don't leave and go, it isn't you who falls, rather it's us together n vice versa. You are brave and strong, you have the powers to achieve impossible. Don't underestimate yourself ever, there's much more in you that you need to explore and tap for greater benefits. Hold the rope of your life in your hand tightly, never give your remote control to anyone. Use your Hikmah, wisdom and prayers to seek the impossible n even for trivial tasks. Always go by your intuitions n never be scared, biased about anything. Meditate, worship, pray n attain proximity of God and you have the powers to attain anything in life.
I'm grateful to God for sending PO in my life. Your poems are uplifting n your moral support is always required.
Wed 19th Feb 2020 23:44
Weakness is another superb piece.
Tempestuous emotional sea of such hidden depth’s
Comment is about The Wicked and the Kid (poet profile)
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Wed 19th Feb 2020 23:33
Hi A huge welcome to the world of WOL.
May you find an open ear and mind for your musings
Wed 19th Feb 2020 04:15
Hi Crystal nice to hear from you writing poems has given me confidence and helps with my spelling . Also lots of nice people on write out loud have been in touch helping along the way love Wendy .💐
Comment is about Crystal (poet profile)
Original item by Crystal
Wed 19th Feb 2020 02:58
it's called "Second Childhood".
Comment is about keith jeffries (poet profile)
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Wed 19th Feb 2020 00:44
Hello, thank you muchly for the love on a few of my poems. I appreciate it. I did the same to yours, they are lovely. Looking forward to more.
Comment is about Minnie Cub (poet profile)
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Ged the Poet
Tue 18th Feb 2020 20:30
Thank you for your message Crystal. I'm sure you have all the attributes stated in your Biography. Keep on writing. I look forward to see more of your work on Write out Loud.
Tue 18th Feb 2020 15:02
Re: Cow Sheds,
that was written after a trip to Austin.
What used to be farmland is now wall to wall pavement.
civilization is not civil anymore.
Mon 17th Feb 2020 23:19
Thanks Jon, that is high praise indeed. And thanks D. Knape, I don't know about creative but it was a nickname from when I was a kid and one of the first poems I ever learned. 😁
Comment is about Jason Bayliss (poet profile)
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Mon 17th Feb 2020 19:05
Don - Merseyside - many thanks for the kind remarks. P. 👍
Comment is about Don Matthews (poet profile)
Original item by Don Matthews
Mon 17th Feb 2020 16:06
Hi Brian - thanks for your observation on "By All Means".
It's not lost on me that scientists have no way of achieving anything in influential or fiscal terms from the sun's effects on this planet,
whereas society puts them on a pedestal somewhat similar to
medicos, readily offering a source of ongoing attention/respect -
and, of course, very welcome funding.
Mon 17th Feb 2020 11:40
No offence, Crystal, but I have to agree with the other comments. I'd be glad to talk poetry with you - yours or mine, I mean - but I'm not looking for a penfriend. Best of luck to you.
Mon 17th Feb 2020 11:30
Your mouth agape
so eat a grape-
Recover from my
Comment is about M.C. Newberry (poet profile)
Original item by M.C. Newberry
Mon 17th Feb 2020 11:25
In the photo, are you checking your watch?
you still have time to turn your life around.
I am back. Now that wasn't so bad, was it?
Comment is about Tom (poet profile)
Original item by Tom
Mon 17th Feb 2020 08:44
Keith - appreciated your very detailed and insightful comments on the Merseyside poem. How life whizzed by eh. P.
Mon 17th Feb 2020 08:41
Hi Frances, the poem about Merseyside. Thanks so much for commenting. Appreciated. P. 👍
Comment is about Frances Macaulay Forde (poet profile)
Original item by Frances Macaulay Forde
Sun 16th Feb 2020 21:30
Keith - Memories of Merseyside - so grateful for the approbation. P. 👍
Sun 16th Feb 2020 15:56
Tom - I appreciate your kind response to my comment on DB's recent poem. In an age that appears to indulge in negativity of various
sorts, I like to recall an old song from way back that has the line
"If i can help somebody...". Not a bad thing to bring to mind at times
Good luck to you !
Sun 16th Feb 2020 08:28
Apologies for the late reply Cynthia!
I wrote darkness about being in the dark about my faith and trying to do good
Comment is about Marina T (poet profile)
Original item by Marina T
Sun 16th Feb 2020 00:48
MC your comments on Damon's poem today were really inspiring. I just wanted to thank you for that.
Sat 15th Feb 2020 23:58
Hi Jennifer and many thanks for commenting on Squeaky Shoes. 👍
Comment is about Jennifer Malden (poet profile)
Original item by Jennifer Malden
Sat 15th Feb 2020 23:56
Thank you Don for comments on Squeaky shoes. P. 👍
Sat 15th Feb 2020 23:44
Hi Keith and many thanks for the excellent on Squeaky Shoes. 👍
Sat 15th Feb 2020 20:42
Poets only Crystal, sorry. Good luck with finding a friend.
Sat 15th Feb 2020 13:51
As far as I’m aware, this site is to post, read and chat about poetry. It’s not really a friendship site, of which there are many. Thank you
Sat 15th Feb 2020 12:13
Glad you were so impressed with
"Puttin' on the Socks"
but to call it my "best" is a stretch.
I have many other poems that are as bad
See poem list.
Sat 15th Feb 2020 02:33
I'll be gone for two days.
In the meantime,
Sat 15th Feb 2020 02:31
I'll be gone for two days.
Sat 15th Feb 2020 02:30
I'll be gone for two days.
Fill in for me.
Sat 15th Feb 2020 02:29
I'll be gone for two days.
Fri 14th Feb 2020 23:09
Keith - Contagion, muchly obliged for the encouraging response. I just take the figurative mind pen out of its box, remembering one commentator who thought punctuation was sometimes inhibiting. 👍 P.
Fri 14th Feb 2020 18:28
Don - nothing more exciting than having your new shoes being delivered by Shoe Zone. And, I was very excited to hear that you were excited to hear about it. It was so exciting in fact I drowsed off in the chair with the excitement of it.
Fri 14th Feb 2020 17:53
I wanted to thank you for your supportive remarks posted on my homepage. Well, I read your sample poems a while ago and found them remarkable. It's a pleasure to read your poems always as there is a lot for me to learn from them.
Comment is about John E Marks (poet profile)
Original item by John E Marks
Fri 14th Feb 2020 15:06
Hi there -
There's nothing that pleases
Like comparing diseases!
Fri 14th Feb 2020 14:30
I pressed the wrong button to your invitation to chat. Sorry will try from here
Comment is about Anthony Michael (poet profile)
Original item by Anthony Michael
Fri 14th Feb 2020 03:59
with "Puttin' On The Socks"
I have taken a step backward.
I'm sorry for the poem
and the reader!
Fri 14th Feb 2020 03:55
In my humble opinion
the skin of an onion
has to be peeled away
to see if you're funnin'.
Fri 14th Feb 2020 03:50
Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
is worse than Neurosis
yet It couldn't be worse than
Thu 13th Feb 2020 22:14
I like your style of juxtaposing thoughts or actions or descriptions and trusting the reader to make the connection(s) by reading between the lines.
Every heart sings a song, incomplete, until another heart whispers back. Those who wish to sing always find a song. At the touch of a lover, everyone becomes a poet.
Thu 13th Feb 2020 20:38
You are a brave old soul d.
BTW. if your feet smell
and nose runs...
chances are you are upside-down
Holding you in my thought's
Thu 13th Feb 2020 20:28
Welcome to WOL Anthony.
I am certain you will find a home here for your skills as a writer and poet.
This is a very exciting place with some great people to inspire and uplift my friend.
Your words will touch people as you write from the heart
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