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Sun 16th Feb 2020 21:30
Keith - Memories of Merseyside - so grateful for the approbation. P. 👍
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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 !
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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)
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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.
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Sat 15th Feb 2020 23:58
Hi Jennifer and many thanks for commenting on Squeaky Shoes. 👍
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Sat 15th Feb 2020 23:56
Thank you Don for comments on Squeaky shoes. P. 👍
Comment is about Don Matthews (poet profile)
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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.
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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.
Comment is about Brian Maryon (poet profile)
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Sat 15th Feb 2020 02:33
I'll be gone for two days.
In the meantime,
Comment is about poemagraphic (poet profile)
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Sat 15th Feb 2020 02:31
I'll be gone for two days.
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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)
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Fri 14th Feb 2020 15:06
Hi there -
There's nothing that pleases
Like comparing diseases!
Comment is about d.knape (poet profile)
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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)
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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
Thu 13th Feb 2020 18:05
Thank you Jennifer - Horse and Carter - P.
Thu 13th Feb 2020 18:00
News about shoes Tom - thanks for such a quick response. Encouraging. P. 👍
Thu 13th Feb 2020 06:21
Just a quick note to say that I am enjoying your poetry here on WoL. Thanks for sharing your talents. 😃
Comment is about Hallielle Rose Dawson (poet profile)
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Thu 13th Feb 2020 06:06
Thankyou for your comments to my poem have just started writing again after being ill . Don't cover your face up . Life’s too short . Show the world your talent . Love Wendy . ❤️
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Wed 12th Feb 2020 02:40
Thanks for liking my poems ‘Can You See The Ships at Sea’ and ‘Momentos.’
Comment is about Collin Pulmano (poet profile)
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Wed 12th Feb 2020 00:16
I am flabbergasted at your response to "Caves".
I am even more flabbergasted that you continue
to come to my page and read my poems.
I appreciate that sincerely.
You are a kind man
with kind words.
Tue 11th Feb 2020 12:25
Hi Keith, I just wanted to say thanks for all the thoughtful and insightful comments you post on my work. I do really appreciate it. Tom.
Sat 8th Feb 2020 23:18
wow. Miss Tarry was unique!
What a special gift she gave you.
Do you still have the poem?
Sat 8th Feb 2020 12:33
My thought is that my thoughts are narrow-
they fly away like English Sparrows.
Fri 7th Feb 2020 15:31
Speaking for myself, I said "pre-diabetes"...the prelude (with suitable
medical warning) that too much sugar is the problem. I have a sister
who has suffered the type 2 arrival late in life and it has affected her
in other intrusive and unwanted ways that have caused problems
ever since. I believe a sedentary/till job (now retired) in a major food outlet - with tempting discounts to staff on food not sold on any given
day - was the trigger to the weight gain that seemed to herald its
appearance. No wonder the alarm bells are ringing in a certain
large country in which it can now be said that no longer are people
living off the fat of the land,, but that the fat are dying off the land !
Fri 7th Feb 2020 03:53
If you have diabetes
switch to Wheaties!
(an American cereal )
Wed 5th Feb 2020 23:42
not sure what you mean by two fish on a trot line
but thanks for reading that nasty poem of mine.
Comment is about hugh (poet profile)
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Wed 5th Feb 2020 18:25
Hi Keith - your comment on "Globes" got me thinking about the
Wordsworth anniversary (WOL news item) and the result has just
Wed 5th Feb 2020 09:21
Keith - Globes - appreciate the encouraging response. Thanks. P 👍
Tue 4th Feb 2020 14:20
Thanks, but I am no longer in Spain but returned to England eighteen months ago. Having said that the socks still come in handy as it is mid winter here.
Tue 4th Feb 2020 13:31
How are things in Sunny Spain?
I hear you are having storms.
take warm socks
as you seek shelter from the storm
Mon 3rd Feb 2020 19:58
Thanks for the comment on my first poem! I'm very new here. Used to write a lot of poetry as an emotional teenager but I sort of lost my way with it.
I like 'Why Poems', it's very relatable!
Mon 3rd Feb 2020 17:25
Hi Cynthia - Promises - thanks for commenting on this in a positive way - I did wonder how it might go down with the readership. P. 👍
Comment is about Cynthia Buell Thomas (poet profile)
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Mon 3rd Feb 2020 11:36
Thank you for your comments on "Nut & Bolt".
what a wonderful thing to say.
Mon 3rd Feb 2020 11:34
Glad you liked "Retirement Village"
which was not really a poem
but more a rant with satire in mind.
Somehow I got away with it,
it was not deleted,
and I am still logged into this site,
a site for sore eyes!
Mon 3rd Feb 2020 11:31
you have much to say
appears you have
gone out of your Wey!
Comment is about Philipos (poet profile)
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Mon 3rd Feb 2020 11:28
is your name Greek?
Are you a King?
I don't know what "take the wee-wee means.
is that an expression from you country?
or planet? 😃
Mon 3rd Feb 2020 03:52
Junk mail deserves to be tossed
into the waste basket.
I don't know about you,
but that's about the only mail
we get anymore.
The computer has taken over.
Sun 2nd Feb 2020 19:52
I love Numb.
Comment is about Jacqueline L Elias (poet profile)
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Sat 1st Feb 2020 22:53
Thanks for looking in on Wartime Merseyside Adam. Appreciated. P. 👍
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