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Wed 5th Dec 2007 22:35

Hello Daniel, it was terrific and thoroughly enjoyable talkiing to you this evening. We must skype again soon. Thank you for your poems -- powerful and poignant and memorable. Speak with you soon! Best Wishes, Moxy

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Mon 3rd Dec 2007 23:07

Hello Lenford

I have just registered on the site and was drawn to yout poems.

I am looking forward to reading more.

TinaB

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Andy Sewina aka Danny Wise

Mon 3rd Dec 2007 00:48

Dolce Vita! Mia,
You really do have a nice way with words...

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Sun 2nd Dec 2007 15:06

Hello Daniel, poet of originality, vision and imagination -- I am really looking forward to the skype sessions.

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darren thomas

Sun 2nd Dec 2007 13:20

I put my hand in this tombola of poetic orthography and pulled out your ticket. How glad I am. 'Shadows' is a fantastic multi-layered piece. The last three lines are, and I use this word on very few occasions, brilliant.

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Andy Sewina aka Danny Wise

Sun 2nd Dec 2007 01:21

Hi Steve, not seen you for ages but I see you're still going strong!

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Nick Cable

Sat 1st Dec 2007 16:13

Awwww!

MLPx

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darren thomas

Sat 1st Dec 2007 10:44

I may not be your 1000 visitor - just the man who has paid a thousand visits. Enjoyable poems Danny/Andy - Andy/Danny.
Like your stuff - bizarre and real. The two go together.

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clarissa mckone

Thu 29th Nov 2007 02:49

Daniel, these poems of yours are very nice, love the poetry bomb esp!

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Andy Sewina aka Danny Wise

Wed 28th Nov 2007 11:10

Come on then!
Who's going to be my one thousandth visitor?
If it's YOU!
Please leave a comment!
Thanks for visiting and don't forget to check my pub-poetry page SweetTalkingGuy.. at:www.sewina.blogspot.com

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Gordon Zola

Tue 27th Nov 2007 09:19

Mama Mia, Your chello, brings music to my ears and other parts of the anatomy. Welcome to Write out Loud matey. Gordon Z

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Malcolm Saunders

Mon 26th Nov 2007 12:06

Thanks very much Clarissa. It is a controversial poem and people react to it in many different ways. I am glad that you enjoyed it.

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clarissa mckone

Mon 26th Nov 2007 05:04

LOL thats great! Dont we all wish that we could pick our body parts out? great poem thanks

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clarissa mckone

Mon 26th Nov 2007 03:36

amazing great poems, enjoyed reading them

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clarissa mckone

Mon 26th Nov 2007 03:23

very good and very funny!

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clarissa mckone

Mon 26th Nov 2007 02:54

I enjoyed so much reading your poems, It was as if being there and seeing it all, hearing it all and understanding so well the feelings involved. your poetry is wonderful thanks

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clarissa mckone

Mon 26th Nov 2007 02:33

wow, very nice poems, thanks for posting them for us all to read.

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clarissa mckone

Mon 26th Nov 2007 02:27

HI Lenford,
Your poems are very nice. I can tell from your poems that you really lost a special person. Im sorry for that, and hope that time helps. I know for me that reading and writting poems has helped me. take care

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clarissa mckone

Sun 25th Nov 2007 21:03

Bravo on the poem Original Sin, its wonderful in every way and simply put...perfect! I enjoyed reading it very much.

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Clare Kirwan

Sun 25th Nov 2007 17:37

Hi Morag
I love the poems you've posted here. I thought i had your MySpace but can't find you - do get in touch... may have Wirral opportunities for you in 2008!!
Clare

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clarissa mckone

Thu 22nd Nov 2007 02:43

I love it...its naughty and wonderful! you have a wonderful talent

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Tue 20th Nov 2007 20:04

yay!
Sweet an tender!

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Sat 17th Nov 2007 17:38

Velcome to our... humble home (imagine as said by Count Dracula)!
Nowt wrong with coming from France - lovely place, 'interesting' people, gorgeous food...
Betterton Street is a poky hole, though. Imagine Flourish and Blotts' bookshop in the Harry Potter films: steep teetering stairways and all! And the people who run the place...! No, go somewhere else.

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Paul F Blackburn

Fri 16th Nov 2007 19:28

Welcome Richard,
I only asked you where you were based. Some of us have just come back from our annual pilgrimage to Bordeaux where we held poetry workshops and open mic shows in English and French. So some of us are francophiles. We're hoping to do something in Bordeaux in spring - where are you in France? You could come!
Paul
Where in France are you

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Dave Morgan

Fri 16th Nov 2007 18:30

Hi Rachel, loved the before and after photos, see you're gracing many a stage, hopeyou can make it to Bolton again, people still speak of you in awe and reverence

Dave Morgan

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Dave Morgan

Thu 15th Nov 2007 21:13

Sinone, you're a woman after my own liver, and Iike your childhood poem, lucky you

ciao bambino!

Dave

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Wed 14th Nov 2007 12:20

'Course you don't know these peopleses! Long time ago now as the nose flies - and a Completely Different Course!!!
Not only that, you're a Bury gal! I know how particular these towns can be.

Best wishes all the same, in a cosmopolitan vein

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Malcolm Saunders

Mon 12th Nov 2007 13:02

Thanks Clarissa

I have different views from most people and I am happy with that. The world would be a strange and freaky place if we all agreed with each other. If anybody wants to discuss my views with me or express their own opinion I am very happy to welcome them in my Liberty Shed or any of my blogs.

I very much appreciate your comments on my poetry. I hope that you keep on enjoying them.

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clarissa mckone

Mon 12th Nov 2007 00:54

Malcom, I love your poems, and I may not agree with all your views on life and the world, I think its fine to believe differently then others, makes the world a cool place. You have wonderful poems and storys, the world is a better place due to you, and all humans, well except for some...haha take care love the piggy poem and the others

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Sat 10th Nov 2007 20:39

Congratulations to YOU -- Sugar Beat Suite is neat as a treat! Blimey -- lyricists unite, we have nothing to lose but our scansion! Fab, and groovy you!

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clarissa mckone

Sat 10th Nov 2007 06:19

your poems are very nice. keep up the great work!

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Fri 9th Nov 2007 19:44

Good old Bolton, eh. I did a degree at Bolton Uni when it still was Bolton institute of Technology. Is Malcolm Pittock still there? Barry Wood....
Bolton once had the best public library I have ever seen.
I worked for quite a while at Bolton Area Resource Centre running the Volunteer Bureau. Best job I ever had.
I'm telling you all this cos I think yer fab. An Moxy do too.

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Caroline

Thu 8th Nov 2007 10:57

Freda! - your are superb. thanks for the magic...

peace n poetry, caroline, xx

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Caroline

Thu 8th Nov 2007 10:46

...love your flow! xx

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Pete Crompton

Wed 7th Nov 2007 15:42

Welcome!

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Malcolm Saunders

Tue 6th Nov 2007 10:52

Hi Sophie

Thanks for your comments and for following my links. Firstly the click throughs to gambling sites. I am afraid I don't know what these are unless they are advertisements by the hosts of my website. I do not gamble myself. As far as I am concerned anybody who wishes to gamble should be free to do so and I would not censor advertisements, but it seems a rather silly activity.

I am certainly a strong advocate of free markets and the economics of von Mises is not only sane sounding it works. Most notably it works to remove more people from the misery of poverty than any form of state intervention has ever succeeded in doing.

It is a tragedy that most of the world lives in economic misery. There are many causes for this and none of them come from free market activity. Major causes are protectionism by the rich nations and the maintenance in power of murderous, thieving dictatorships by international aid schemes and NGO's. It is actually the mega rich, like Gates and Buffett, who are doing most to alleviate 3rd world misery through their well run charities.

Obviously there is much that we could debate, but perhaps a poetry site is not the best place to do it. Can you separate art from the artist? No, probably not. That sometimes troubles me when I know of the racism, sexism and bigotry of the poets whose work I admire. Life isn't easy. Please feel free to contact me if you wish to challenge my views or put anything to me.

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clarissa mckone

Fri 2nd Nov 2007 18:39

nice poems

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clarissa mckone

Fri 2nd Nov 2007 18:35

wonderful poems!

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clarissa mckone

Fri 2nd Nov 2007 18:22

thats a very nice poem

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<Deleted User> (7790)

Fri 2nd Nov 2007 13:24

Aperitifs-a-Plenty and the recrudescence of decency to intellectual joy to you! You are an harlequin with a wooden ruff which people mistake for a picnic table, spreading their molecular gastronomic foams like sterile cuckoo spit across it. Hey, but they're the kind of people who can find Nature in an upturned tub of generic curry powder, so what the hell! Lord-a-bless thee for thy beautifully conditioned, cask-matured words!

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Gemma Lees

Sat 27th Oct 2007 11:43

Wow! Chinese food AND plastic furniture, I can but dream....

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Malcolm Saunders

Sat 27th Oct 2007 10:38

Went to the Chinese last night. Ate crap. Talked about the fine plastic furniture endlessly. Chin highly polished. About to be divorced.

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clarissa mckone

Sat 27th Oct 2007 03:04

HI Derek, these are very nice poem. thanks

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Gemma Lees

Fri 26th Oct 2007 22:58

I went to KFC then back to me flat to watch Sky till me brain melted and I fell asleep! Haha! But strangley, whilst doing so I did stroke my chin (covering it in chip grease) and discuss the architecture of my living room 'mmm, what an interesting 1970's fire place...'

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Malcolm Saunders

Fri 26th Oct 2007 20:45

Hi Gem

Welcome to the sane and sensible world of Malpoetry. On return from Bordelleaux, Pam and I went to an absurdly expensive and pretentious restaurant where we had about 8 courses of tiny pieces of food and froth, then we went to York to visit our granddaughter at Uni where we stayed in a smarty pants hotel with yet another restaurant meal. Drove through glorious English countryside to the Lake District and another flash Hotel, Dinner in a swanky restaurant and then drove home. Never stroked my chin once and hardly ever commented on the architecture and paintings.

Retired Chinny Winny.

Revolutionary working class poet.

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Gemma Lees

Thu 25th Oct 2007 10:07

ah now doesn't it feel better to admit you're a chinny winny after all?!

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clarissa mckone

Thu 25th Oct 2007 03:06

OK Dave... I need more poems of yours to read!!! takr care clarissa

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clarissa mckone

Wed 24th Oct 2007 00:46

Dave, Go Jack Go is very funny, I enjoyed it very much and think I understand it. you have a sharp mind, would not want to debate you ever! thanks clarissa

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Dave Morgan

Tue 23rd Oct 2007 23:35

that's no rant Mike,as far as I'm concerned it's got everything a poem needs, metaphor, feeling, message, multi-layered, but accessible, all packed into a neat well-crafted bundle of lines. Cheers, keep up the good work.

Dave Morgan

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clarissa mckone

Tue 23rd Oct 2007 03:05

I think its a wonderful poem, seems you have been watching the same people that I have! great job wonderful poem keep up the fab work! thanks

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