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<Deleted User> (7073)
Tue 8th Nov 2011 15:56
You have retrieved me from suspended animation....
tax reasons you see, I have to spend a certain time dead.... now you have awakened the beast you
must suffer the consequences of my poetry ha ha...
now where was I .... Oh yes ,The dank and drear... forsook thine rampasitodius flotulating mmmm...
Hope you are well Lady Lucan ;-) XXXX
Comment is about Beulah (poet profile)
Original item by Beulah
Thu 8th Apr 2010 23:40
Absolutely, although there are definite answers for that particular conundrum depending on whether you believe in one of the the conventional monotheistic creeds or not. If you do then it's the chicken, if you don't, then it's the egg. :)
Tomás Ó Cárthaigh
Tue 6th Apr 2010 17:15
Loved the Fidelety poem...
Tue 6th Apr 2010 13:41
As regards your comment on 'English Stoicism', I believe it is the people that define the land more than the land defines the people. I could be wrong but that's my perspective on it, I mean, it's arguable that we try to attribute meaning to things that really have none and have thusly turned to all types of beliefs in order to justify those meanings but I don't think that a giant lump of rock really affects the overall character of its inhabitants.
Mon 5th Apr 2010 09:05
German Philospher, I think, therefore I am ;-)
<Deleted User> (6510)
Sun 4th Apr 2010 22:57
hi there , thanks for the invite and kind comments , I have something on around that time but I thank you a lot for taking the time to invite me , maybe sometime I will be able to attend one of your events and contribute somehow.
Sat 3rd Apr 2010 09:22
Thank you for your comments on various things much appreciated ;-) Went to see Bad Company last night at MEN Arena they were brilliant !!! As for marrying you ha ha I probably already did a few times ;-)) heh heh
luv TC XX
Sat 3rd Apr 2010 06:35
Thank you for reading Lemon Pips. Yeah, I don't think she's mad, just a little eccentric and doesn't expect too much from the world. A gentle soul!
Fri 2nd Apr 2010 22:50
Thank you Beulah for reading and commenting so nicely on
my poem 'Alone'...
I am glad it made you smile... I think we can all relate to it ; )
Patricia and Stefan Wilde
Fri 2nd Apr 2010 14:55
Hi Beulah,hope you are keeping well-thanks for comment,non-critical,or critical.Either is welcome and neccessary of course! on 'Becoming Bonaparte' thank you-my best regards.Stefan-x
Wed 31st Mar 2010 14:04
Many thanks for commenting on "Greavsie and Me". I think that's what they call "Damning with faint praise"! Anyway, better that you commented than not at all.
I took the opportunity to look at your page and enjoyed your entries but was surprised that your poetry has such a theme of sadness in it. Judging by your picture you seem too young to court sadness.
Tue 2nd Mar 2010 17:29
Hi Beula, thanks for taking the time to comment on If I Could. I was trying to make the point that everyone has the right to make their own choices in life whether they be right or wrong. Its so easy to try to protect those you love, but in the end you cant live their lives for them.
<Deleted User> (7790)
Tue 2nd Mar 2010 09:22
Huge thanks, Beulah, for your enthusiasm and very kind comments. Yes, it's asemic verse -- fun to choose the individual faces in a crowd and then avoid them! And I love your poems. Powerful, song-like, sinuous!
Tue 2nd Mar 2010 00:58
Thank you Beulah for your interesting comments on our poem 'Unstoppable'... Isobel and I had so much fun with this one : )
p.s. I am looking forward to summer too ; )
Thu 25th Feb 2010 13:14
I see you, I see all, maybe not always in the right way, but I am awakened and I see.It is good to discuss Philospohy albeit in an abbrieviated manner.Have a really nice day ;-)TC XX
Thu 25th Feb 2010 12:31
It was meant to reflect mature, coy agreement (non biographical of course!). Thanks for commenting. I'm glad it wasn't too obvious or too sugary sweet cos that wouldn't reflect real life - I think we both agree on that one. x
<Deleted User> (7164)
Thu 25th Feb 2010 11:31
Hi Beulah, thanks for your comment on my poem There to Here.
I'm unsure what you mean by ''please finish this one''. :-)
The ending of the poem is supposed to reflect a little bit of natural doubt that his needs are truly met. Sorry if that's not clear, it kinda makes sense to me. :-)
Thu 25th Feb 2010 08:22
Hello Beulah ;-) It is an interesting theory that you propose re...L D, and taken within the context of the 'Grand Illusion', I would like to think it was possible.
;-)Luv TC XXPS Don't listen to Cate it,s perfectly good for me ha ha.....
Sun 21st Feb 2010 16:03
Hi Beulah, thanks for your recent comment on Lets Hear It... its one I would def agree with! As for the nose cutting thing, its an old joke with bro n me, he once did it by accident when playing a joke on me and Ive never let him forget it. Couldnt let him revel in all that admiration for too long, not good for his constitution!!!!
Fri 19th Feb 2010 08:31
Thank you for the Poem, I was touched by your sentiment ;-) You are kind, you asked about my sword.....in real life (whatever that is alleged to be in this crazy world we appear to exsist in ...)It is a live Samurai Sword, fully work folded blade and extreemely lethal, it is at your service ha ha ;-)Luv TC XX
Tue 16th Feb 2010 22:06
Hi Beulah, I would like to join but I am not very good at joining things, I dropped out of face book a while ago after I found my details published on Google as a result. Thank you for your kind blog though ;-))luv TC XX
Tue 19th Jan 2010 12:41
I tried to look on that site it wouldn't let me, maybe my browser. I avoid face book twitter and such like, since I found my picture along with my name published fairly high on the Google search engine, I like to try and hang on to some degree probably of illusive anonminity. As for my Sword', ha ha..... it truly is a Prince amongst lesser ones...;-))Luv TC XX
Tue 19th Jan 2010 09:50
Hi Beulah, just want to say thanks for your comment on my poem, numb dumb belle.
Sun 17th Jan 2010 19:52
Just to thank you for taking the time to read and comment on Handle with Care. Very much appreciated
Sat 16th Jan 2010 21:30
Beulah, thank you for your thoughtful comments, and thereby leading me to your own work.I suppose I hide my real feelings, whatever they might be I'm not too sure, behind smart arse reportage. I admire people like yourself who can speak from the heart.
Sat 16th Jan 2010 17:22
Thanks for your amusing comments ;-on RHRH ha ha, I was thinking of 'white hot' maybe I should have put it in there..... (just did thanks);-))I haven't seen that documentry thank goodness lolLuv TC XX
Wed 6th Jan 2010 11:23
Hi Beulah, thank you : ) I like your work but need to read more, very intruiging and intelligently written. HAppy New Year, Debz xx
Fri 27th Nov 2009 07:28
thank you for taking the time to read and make comment on my poem
Thu 26th Nov 2009 19:19
Thank you for your kind comment on my work. 'Artist Supporting Artist'!
<Deleted User> (6576)
Thu 26th Nov 2009 18:22
thank you for your comments
Thu 26th Nov 2009 17:45
I think you are being a little prejudiced there Therm. I have known very many lovely Southerners. They are just not as immediately open to strangers. Once you break the ice, we are all the same.
Good luck with the auditions Beulah - I'll be crossing my fingers for you!
Thu 26th Nov 2009 16:58
Wigan is around halfway up the M6, it gets a poor rep because the majority of the people who live there are hardworking, honest and friendly. Descended in the Main from gritty mine workers, millwrights, blacksmith’s and carpenters. In other words people familiar with integrity and community spirit, as oppose to the soft skinned pencil necked thieving pen pushers that seem to be rampant down South. ha ha I enjoyed that rant ;-))) The gas towers on the railway and ‘ The road to Wigan Pier’didn’t help though.TC X
Thu 26th Nov 2009 15:42
Hi, thank you for taking the time to read my poem and comment, I have always struggled to look poverty full square in the eye, I have worked in some deprived places too, Nigeria probably being the worst I will never get used to it. I am not keen on London either it is an unfriendly place from my experience, you should come to Wigan there is only the odd busker or two in the town centre ;-)) TC
Wed 25th Nov 2009 23:13
Bringing up a child is a minefield and no-one gives you lessons - all you can rely on is your mum's example and not always that. I hope that when the time is right, you get her back. x
Tue 17th Nov 2009 13:30
Thanks for the comment Beulah. What a shame you don't live up North - you would be most welcome. Have only just found out that you are female - your name sounds a bit adrogynous - I always assume people are male and your poetry dosn't give anything away. Used to live around London myself some time ago. Have plenty of friends down there - perhaps I'll make some of the poetry venues one of these days...
Thanks again. Isobel x
Mon 16th Nov 2009 20:17
Thank you for your comment on Coming Home and also Alfie. I might just take Chris Co up on his suggestion and blog the latter - it is my favourite and has a lot to say.
Coming Home was about a failed emigration, marriage and life... Having read through it again, I can see that it works just as well for a soldier coming home to family - particularly if he questions the validity of the war he fought in and why he fought for so long. I am really glad that the poem works on so many levels. Thanks for the time you took to read it. I am now going to comment on your latest. I hope you won't see this as tit for tat - I had already scan read it and agree so much with the sentiments in it - I just find the number of blogs going up overwhelming sometimes - impossible to keep up. xx
Mon 16th Nov 2009 16:38
I don't have an imagination. Oh Gus Gus. I do not create I merely script! Cell phones to ears, not talking cell phones or cell phones ears to hand. Surely. Oh Gus Gus I think you did this deliberately! in glove? Rushing.....roaring?
I never rewrite or change; that is beyond critique that is critical! I shall now go, and you can deal with your frustration brought on by the 'antisipation' of the awaited surge. Me, I await no surge. I edit your thoughts. What is the definition of edit in a literary sense, of course? Did you edit? You critique you.
Fri 13th Nov 2009 13:40
I have edited as requested... I like the poem very much... important to hear it as well as be frustrated by the antisipation of the awaited surge.
bumper to bumper
Trucks, buses, coaches
Ears to hand
Hand in hand
Relief – freedom
Rushing, gushing, pushing
Like a dam burst
Going in the same direction.
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