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Tue 16th Sep 2014 09:56
many thanks for your very flattering comments.
I don't know about you but I am finding writing particularly harder as time goes by.
I write monthly for a living and it seems to drain something out of me, leaving little left for creative work.
When I am inspired it pours out but the waiting is unbearable.
thank you once again and KEEP WRITING
Comment is about sian howell (poet profile)
Original item by sian howell
Fri 5th Sep 2014 12:37
hanks sian. you got the point behind this poem about poor Stefan spot on. thank so, so much for your thoughts here. hope to see you put more on here soon x
Thu 29th Dec 2011 08:42
Never knew there were so many words begining with 'sw' you have used them so effectively that this aspect of the poem blends in beautifully. Liked the squeaky creations
Fri 18th Mar 2011 11:52
Just enjoyed "One Step Behind", Sian.
Wed 20th Oct 2010 22:41
Hi Sian, Cynthia did say hello! Win X
Sat 9th Oct 2010 03:10
Merci beaucoup, Sian, pour tes commentaires sur mon poème
'Thoughts of You'.
C'est incroyable comme tu es toujours très perceptive...
Tue 5th Oct 2010 08:13
Hi Sian, thanks for your comments on Tomboy. I believe she definitely emerges stronger from it all. By the way, I thought your Shadow on the Sun was strikingly good, particularly with its flick of the tale at the end
Sun 3rd Oct 2010 10:55
Sian. Thanks very much for your kind words. It was a long time back to that Park poem! But I remembered all the sibilance and what I called the "all-at-once ness". It's a lovely poem. If you enjoy writing you should carry on, you do it well.
Tomás Ó Cárthaigh
Tue 29th Jun 2010 01:36
Its nice to read your work once again!
Wed 7th Apr 2010 02:28
Thanks for the comment on my profile, and please excuse the tardiness of my reply (I haven't been on the site in a while).
If you're interested, you can hear more of my stuff at http://jeffcottrill.coffeehouse.ca or http://www.reverbnation.com/jeffcottrill. Cheers!
Fri 15th Jan 2010 01:26
Thank you Sian, as always for your support and encouragement...
means so much!
Wed 13th Jan 2010 15:52
Shards of spite and the grey dusty, grim musty silence are more evidence of your sharpening eye. However the use of single word lines twice......
Together with the.......
...shows a really powerful emotional compass. I'm always interested in your work Sian. Well done again and keep them going. Graham
Wed 13th Jan 2010 12:46
Thanks for your very kind interest. I am something of a reluctant blogger, having no great regard for what I do (not false humility).
I write to express those things that have passed through my mind (many and various), and if others find them of interest or enjoyable, I am both amazed and thrilled, in equal measure.
Patricia and Stefan Wilde
Wed 13th Jan 2010 00:55
oh! watch him Sian,that T.C.-he,s a wolf in young mens clothes-lol!-goodnight all.Mr.Wilde
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Wed 13th Jan 2010 00:46
Hi Sian seems to take ages to get to the bottom of your postings ha ha.... thank you for the comment hugs are on me, I will send some positive Karma your way, Thaumaturgically Charged of course ;-)
Tue 12th Jan 2010 19:02
Hello Sian HNY to you. Thank you for commenting on Happy New Year. I unfortunately was one of those in last night's clothes. Have just read The Long Fuse. Will comment after a couple more reads. Always necessary with your work. I'm looking for the clever bits that you hide so well. Graham
Fri 18th Dec 2009 09:54
Hi Sian, Re Decree Absolute. An interesting twist by changing the word She to He. A lot better now I feel and obviously no reason not to change it. Thanks X
Thu 17th Dec 2009 18:12
Hi Sian, More on Decree Absolute. Thanks for your interest. I have removed one letter from my piece. Can anyone spot which one? I think it makes a huge difference. Win
Tue 15th Dec 2009 19:05
Blimey Sian !! that is so clever !! still you could have squeezed Bulging bellies between:-
'Halls a bounty'
But it might not have had the same ring to it ha ha...;-))
TC X ;-))
Mon 14th Dec 2009 23:59
Re Christmas - yes definately better.
Mon 14th Dec 2009 23:29
Ah! you clever girl. what a lovely hidden little treat. I can se I'm going to have to watch a bit more carefully from now on.
Tue 8th Dec 2009 19:20
hi Sian, thank you for your kind comments on Drifting, deb xx
Mon 7th Dec 2009 12:56
Hello Sian ;-)Thankyou for your appraisal of The Enigma poem, I thought John had a point, then when I read your comment's I was pleased with the way you interpreted it, as that was the way it was intended to be read.( I guess it's all in the perception ;-) ) So you get 2 Thaumaturgically Charged browny points and a free Tarrot read for liking my poem as is ;-) .TC X
Mon 7th Dec 2009 12:22
Hello Sian, thank you very much for reading and commenting on Copse (I seem to be gawping at nature a lot lately, must get onto people stuff again soon). Noticed your new work, will read and comment as always. Great to see your creative juices flowing again and in a different style I think. Well done and speak soon. Graham
Sun 29th Nov 2009 11:36
it's good to hear from you again : ) thank you for reading and posting your very kind comments on Kilim, deb x
Marianne Louise Daniels
Wed 25th Nov 2009 17:26
thanks for the lovely comments sian, havent written anything for a while and so you have urged me to pick up my pen once more. I love One Step Behind. Beautiful. take care x
Wed 25th Nov 2009 13:30
Hi Sian - again, thanks for your comments. I'm not posting simply because I'm deep inside the forest of 'Old English' (and its verb structure) and covered in heaps of very dry learning. There will be a faint sound of rustling soon - I hope.
Take care - d
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Mon 23rd Nov 2009 21:25
thanks for looking in on my profile. Haven't been on here for a month due to no internet service. This visit is temporary until full service can be resumed. (so to speak) :-)
ps. hope your latest blog isn't because of a bad personal experience. There are some unscrupulous fortune tellers around but they're not all bad.
Sun 22nd Nov 2009 18:58
Hi Sian, thanks for your comments on 'Best Before End' may your satsumas remain firm. Win x
Thu 19th Nov 2009 16:12
Hi Sian, thanks for your kind comments about my poem / monologue The Cup That Poisons (alternatively titled Tea-He-He). Your words cheered me up, coming as they did when I am going through a particularly crap time in my life just now.
Thu 19th Nov 2009 16:09
Thanks for your comments on 'Growing Up' - glad you liked it.
Nice to see you back again,
Thu 19th Nov 2009 13:00
Hope all is well with you - haven't "seen" you around too much lately - but then I haven't been around much myself. I just wanted to say thanks for stopping by and for your generous comment on "Beyond the Equinox." Not a work of any great depth, admittedly, but I'm glad a few folks seemed to like it. Hopefully I might get time to review a few things myself soon!
Thu 16th Jul 2009 13:49
thanks for your recent comment.
Nice to see you back :-)
Mon 13th Jul 2009 04:22
You know that I am a fan of your work, and I am so happy to see you back and posting : )
Thank you so much for taking the time to read and comment on my poem 'Elusive'...
I really appreciate it - means so much!
Mon 13th Jul 2009 02:15
Thanks for reading and commenting on 'Manchester Rain' - very much appreciated.
Good to see you back again too!
Sun 12th Jul 2009 13:25
Thank you so much for your ...encouragement.. re 'Voices'... Yes there is no one more beautifully formed by love or nature than I to take on the lewd and rude...I was born naked.
However I do have a ...deeper side... possibly not as interesting..But I need to get it out of my system... so I'm compiling a book, collection, whatever they call it theses days, should be ready some day never...
So pleased to hear from u again, wondered where you're bonny chops had gone..
C u Soon
Wed 8th Jul 2009 21:58
The new picture looks good, was it on holiday?
Mon 6th Jul 2009 23:54
"One Step Behind" is a nice poem, one of devotion. It makes one think what is the mnset of the narrator and the lace in the relationship they possess
Tue 23rd Jun 2009 23:14
You're not still on holiday are you? Time for work.
Thu 30th Apr 2009 23:26
Thank you Sian for taking the time to read and comment on my poems... so appreciated... and as the saying goes:
'Tis better to have loved and lost
Than never to have loved at all.'
Wed 29th Apr 2009 23:30
Well that is praise indeed... you are very kind, of course I am not like this in real life ...just a quiet old grey thing.
Wed 29th Apr 2009 11:37
Thankas for your comments on 'Requiem' - much appreciated.
I don't always comment on your work, but I do like it, tend to identify with it too. I think there are a few of us on here who are a little bruised by love, life, and the universe!
Tue 28th Apr 2009 20:06
Hello Sian, thank you for your kind comments on Springtide, sorry to take a while to respond i haven't been able to be here for a while, thank you for taking the time to read it, deb x
Mon 27th Apr 2009 18:32
Hi Sian, yes I've had the odd one or two in my time! As you live in Somerset its unlikely I'll bump into you very soon, which is a shame! But if you're up here let me know and of course keep reading, writing and in touch! Jeff X
Sat 25th Apr 2009 18:43
Hi Sian, which way to turn? Follow your heart - or maybe not that doesn't always work! Ha, thanx for your comment on Crossroads - I think I'm just going with the flow I think and its kinda nice! Where do you live? It doesn't say on your file, be nice to bump into you at a poetry event sometime! Jeff X
Wed 22nd Apr 2009 10:25
I'm a fan of your work. My point about men being done down in poetry wasn't targeted at you specifically ... as you probably realise.
It's just that, as a man and a writer, I sense there is an increasingly feminised culture in publishing and the media generally that makes it quite difficult to be male.
A lot of comedy and drama, as well as poetry, contains the implicit message that men are bad and women are good. If only the reality were so simple.
I'm beginning to feel that the situation has become so bad that it is affecting freedom of expression, which as writers and poets we ought to champion.
No-one raises an eyebrow when a piece of literature attacks a man or shows a man's character to be deeply flawed. Yet if the same is done to a female character, especially if written about by a man, everyone cries "misogynist". There is something very wrong at work here.
Wed 15th Apr 2009 21:19
thanks for commenting on 'pigeon-holed.'
Sun 12th Apr 2009 13:12
Thank you once again Sian.
. 'Sfunny she had the same clour hair as yo...........?????????
Fri 10th Apr 2009 09:51
thanks for connenting on the Razor Shell haiku.
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