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Tue 5th Feb 2019 18:55
You are one to watch Kealan.
I have some back poems to catch on. Looking forward to reading more of your work.
Keep on writing my friend
Comment is about Kealan Coady (poet profile)
Original item by Kealan Coady
Sun 19th Aug 2018 02:42
hello kealan. just found this website again. you're still a good writer x
Thu 10th Aug 2017 13:24
Hi Kealan for your coment I have seen many a young person sleeping on the streets without an address you have nothing if you have a child you get help it's such an unfair world .we are so lucky to have a roof over our heads love Wendy .
Cynthia Buell Thomas
Thu 29th Jun 2017 10:22
Kealan, how wonderful to have you back! I've not been too much on line lately. I'll try to catch up on your work.
Fri 10th May 2013 02:17
bi polar is not usually a condition that 'kills itself' drugs and alcohol have a high percentage hold of that one. people with bi polar usually ride out all of the above creatively and with tremendous resource. id leave suicide to rock stars with too much money for heroin o.ds and make room for a manic depressive with a shotgun pointed firmly from the hip at those who would misunderstand them ;) ive never heard of higher rates of suicide than within the rooms of NA and AA recovery...but yeh interesting article. 50% of 'successful' suicides are drawn out, painful and a result of substance misuse rather than mental illness..but of course the question remains, what is mental illness anyway? an what is suicide?... GUILT usually plays is part either real or percieved.guilt can destroy a person..is guilt a mental illness? you seem to be saying with that post that life is so difficult for the mentally ill that suicide is an easier option. which is kind of funny. life is complicated. suicide is not an easy option. good topic.
Mon 2nd Jul 2012 21:50
Hi Kealan. Thank you for your comments on my poem "Anger". But EWWW! LOL! Thanks
Sat 30th Jun 2012 14:51
Thanks for that - - - can't stop just going on a run
Tue 27th Mar 2012 09:30
Incandescent are asking for submissions for their second edition chuck - think you should send something off to them. It's a book too, rather than a journal, on or offline.
Tue 20th Mar 2012 14:34
Just realised, your potting shed - it's a 12 step plan! Haha! Must have been written by an ex AA ;D
Tue 20th Mar 2012 14:32
Yeh, I used to capitalise every single line until probably only a few months ago tbh. Like you, didn't really think about it, til someone pointed it out, and then when you re-examine the lines, sometimes, it seems better to use lower-case if it is a follow-on from the preceding line, know what I mean? Now I've gone the other bloody way and tend not to capitalise anything!
Sun 18th Mar 2012 17:35
Hi Kealan, Thanks for your comment on St. Pat's,
I will stay clear of that route next time I'm over the water.
Sun 18th Mar 2012 17:25
hi Kealan, Thanks for your comment on My Guitar. I enjoy playing folk music / songs, but am not very good. Keep playing, Django must have started sometime!
Sun 18th Mar 2012 14:45
Loved that last blast. Good stuff. Ta much, Nick.
Tue 13th Mar 2012 09:07
Oh, and sminky floo? Stinky poo? ;)
Tue 13th Mar 2012 09:03
Alright Kealan - ta for your note on Tickling Fish. What did you mean by 'academic' though? I know what the word means but struggled to see how it could be applied to that!
Tue 14th Feb 2012 00:45
A corpse is meat gone bad. Well and what's cheese? Corpse of milk.
kealan you have quite possibly said this to me, as i can just hear you, 'corpse of milk' grinning. yes i can hear you grinning, like joyce :)
Tue 14th Feb 2012 00:10
K what are you on? and can you buy it in UK?
Mon 6th Feb 2012 20:02
Aw! You look Cute!
Dave D Poet Rhumour
Tue 31st Jan 2012 18:03
Hi Kealan - my thanks to you for commenting on 'One World Soon' - glad you enjoyed that. I've found the acrostic style a useful tool in concentrating thoughts upon a theme - I should probably use it more often, hehe. Best wishes, Dave
Fri 20th Jan 2012 19:43
Well done Kealan on your joint 1st place in WOL comp.
Sun 15th Jan 2012 20:10
Hi Kealan. Well done with your WOL comp winning piece. Win
Wed 28th Dec 2011 12:50
Rare 1st Edition
I really appreciate comment on the ?? whatever it is. Unfortunately you are correct in spotting my cynicism. I'd love to have it removed
Mon 19th Dec 2011 19:30
''K...'' as Bill would say.
Fri 21st Oct 2011 12:01
Thanks K, your comment is appreciated. Tommy
Wed 5th Oct 2011 18:39
HaHa - I usually do "come" indoors Kealan, apart from once on a beach, once on the top deck of a bus...erm... once in a bus shelter, a few times out walking - the oddest was probably once in the snug bar of an open pub = bit risky that one :)
Oh, and once in the visiting room of the psychiatric unit in Carlisle hospital (no - I'm not kidding, called The Glades, or something) :D (doggy style)
Thu 29th Sep 2011 22:15
Hi Kealan - thanks for the comment on 'the end of summer iii' m8... i think there is just one more to come on this series which i may post over the week-end.
i was also at openmind the other night too and was hoping to see you there.. maybe next time, eh?
Sun 25th Sep 2011 23:19
many thanks Kealan (mon petit shoe)
Thu 22nd Sep 2011 12:48
Hey fantastic!! :D Which one/s did Full of Crow accept? I'll have to have a look. Haha, they just rejected 5 of mine so have doggedly sent them another 5 :D
I was so excited I put mine on me biog on here heh. I got into Feathertale online, plus their actual book - a Best Of coming out early next year, with Biting The Bullet! I get a copy of the book for payment so still have to buy me own chips, like ;) I got into RedFez too,with Write for Revolution, and that's just online but it's better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick, innit?!
Waiting on bloody loads more - have got a few more links for you too, so will email them to you.
Nice one, well done - knew you'd get published!
Tue 6th Sep 2011 08:14
Hi Kealan - ta very for reading and making comment
Mon 22nd Aug 2011 20:41
Hi Kealan - many thanks. B (mother earth)
Tue 16th Aug 2011 22:09
Thanks for the answer!
With love and warmest wishes,
Sat 23rd Jul 2011 17:42
I can see your point... Maybe if we were ugly and everyone else was blind? Although that might backfire into an awful lot of work and no play.
Fri 22nd Jul 2011 10:17
Hi again - thanks for replying so soon
What do you think defines 'good' though? Or 'bad'? And who are you going to take that from - yourself, or others? And then...which others? Beware of deification! You have a powerful imagination and intellect - it's not about being better, or worse. It's about your words.
Have you tried writing within certain structures like, say, haiku, ghazal, the diamond stuff that Cynthia is playing with at the mo?
I know what you mean about certain styles being easier to write in. I find that a lot of mine end up being in a musical rhythm - trying to fight against it all the time but it falls out that way. I use haikus to break me out of it.
I think you need to be more courageous about your own work, to recognise if it FEELS good when you write and read it. All the ideas and imagery you're packing in at the moment - it's dense as fuck. You must surely see some merit in that?
Anyhow - keep on writing - not that you could do anything else, I'm sure ;)
Tue 19th Jul 2011 20:14
Hi Kealan, dunno whether you're male or female. but you have some fantastic literary skills. I get the feeling you're quite passionate about your writing. and i guess that when you're in the zone you cannot get the words down quick enough. this to me shows real talent and you know I am feeling envious of you for the talent you have. just brilliant work Kealan and don't let yourself down by thinking that you're 'shit,' at it.
keep on, you got the gift.
Tue 1st Feb 2011 11:59
hey man, thanks for the comments. been reading your stuff just now, like it, good stuff.
just let that dirty voice scream back at the sky...
Mon 31st Jan 2011 21:07
its a poetry site , nothing is 'just words' but your apology isnt just words either, magical words ,thankyou x
Sun 30th Jan 2011 21:14
Hi Kealan, The chat facility usually works if you are very patient. A 'typing' sound effect will occur when you get a reply. The temptation is to think "oh the bloody thing isnt working" and click off or try to reconnect, don't just hang on in there if poss , its not ideal I know. Win (Admin)
Sun 30th Jan 2011 18:58
Hi Kealan re: Crows - sorry to hear about your sexual disappointment - that can sometimes happen with a small bird - but thanks for getting in touch with your amusing comment
Sat 29th Jan 2011 12:47
no not too obvious at all. i could only tell -i'm thirty now- because i spent my early twenties incessantly reading his stuff and trying to ape his style. it was worthless though as his voice wasn't mine. his arrogance, sheer force i couldn't muster. he does encourage a freedom though, which you have. i like your writing, keep at it. you have the movement and suprising phrase which, as your style develops, will become your 'voice'
Thu 27th Jan 2011 06:59
Hi mate, thanx for comment, good to see u in action at middleton, hope to see you tmrw and next thurs @ Butterflies, cheers Jeff
Wed 26th Jan 2011 18:57
Thanks, K, for your thoughts on Breakfast of Champions. This is what poetry's about, I say!
Wed 26th Jan 2011 08:20
Hi Kealan - thnaks for the comment over 'Before the Curtains Open'... It's defo a mood piece, and the person who this was wrote for loved the bit about soldiers too... glad you liked it - Andy N
Tue 25th Jan 2011 15:48
Thanks for your comment on 'New Year'. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Sat 22nd Jan 2011 22:14
thankyou for your comment!
Sat 22nd Jan 2011 12:05
"thats all folks"
Hi - Good one Kealan - but what you omit to say is that we're ALL dead already ;)
Mon 18th Oct 2010 19:39
Dear Kealan as you've been kind enough to leave positive comments about my poems I thought you might like to check out this link to some poems of mine on You Tube, at least it will increase my count from single figures!
Mon 14th Jun 2010 22:06
whatever happened to kealan coady? where v you been?
Mon 17th May 2010 22:04
Thanks K. I welcome your comments. I was deliberately confusing 'economic' prostitutes and 'intellectual' ones.
Sat 15th May 2010 16:57
If you had to choose three words to describe my own work, what would they be? Don't be dodgey; I'm a big girl now.
Tue 11th May 2010 22:52
Thank you K for your personal comment. : )
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