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Wed 28th Dec 2011 23:58
A delayed thanks, Banksy, for your comment on Betty...
Comment is about Banksy (poet profile)
Original item by Banksy
Tue 13th Dec 2011 06:26
Thank you for your comment on 'The Berry Bridge'...
I appreciate it : )
Mon 12th Dec 2011 20:40
Hi Banksy, thank you for your kind comments on my Seizing the Moment :)
Mon 12th Dec 2011 09:47
Hahaa Banksy - re your note on Tigerella...no one else commented on that, was beginning to wonder if anyone 'got' it! Cheers fella
Sat 10th Dec 2011 20:35
Hi Banksy, 'Wisps' glad you liked that and thanks for the comments. What's with the new piccy by the way?
Mon 28th Nov 2011 13:43
Re: A Private Function - so you've met my sister then? Just kidding. Great poem by the way.
Oh yes: J C-C? He da man! He da man! Hoo-aah...
<Deleted User> (9801)
Thu 17th Nov 2011 22:43
You made a very succint point? that's why it was brilliant.
Thu 17th Nov 2011 21:26
The poem I read in a comment from you was brilliant!! 'The View From Here' I tried to find it in your many poems, but couldn't! truly it's the best I've read.
Mon 7th Nov 2011 18:10
'Chattering of Twites' very much appreciate your kind comments. Cheers.
Sat 5th Nov 2011 17:05
Thanks for taking the time to comment Banksy : )
Mon 31st Oct 2011 19:50
Just noticed you new photo.
If you fall out of a tree you really should try to avoid the branches on the way down.
Mon 31st Oct 2011 19:48
Hello Banksy. Glad you liked "A Bloke's Back Brake Block Broke".
Mon 24th Oct 2011 10:46
Glad you enjoyed the ride. Your comments much appreciated. Val
Sun 23rd Oct 2011 21:53
His world! bit of a Hoot! why do you end up in the tree, I thought as he flew into your dreams? there'ld be a feather on the pillow! haha very good.
<Deleted User> (9635)
Sun 23rd Oct 2011 13:05
Thanks for the comment on rain, most days I read a poem or two, and will think I wish i'd written that.
Fri 21st Oct 2011 07:58
That bird had so much presence - even when fast asleep. I couldn't even see its head as it was firmly tucked under its wing. I'd love to see some of these birds when they're awake.
I heard some seals too, they howl softly like hounds. Another spooky sound, but very beautiful. I'm afraid I am becoming one of these old biddies that is more interested in animals than people!
Thu 20th Oct 2011 19:20
Thanks Banksy! You used the word 'Hove' which is where I had my private op in The Clinic in Hove?
Thu 20th Oct 2011 18:10
Thanks Banksy for your comments on Great North Diver. I was never quite sure about using "personified" mainly because it seemed to imply the bird was a person I suppose! A bit simplistic but there you go! Also, (just read the poem again) I think the
word "loneliness" needs to be on its own.
Thu 20th Oct 2011 12:57
A Private Function, made me laugh! It sounds like me 'A tranny on A Brighton beach' Sorry no offense!I lkied it.
Sun 16th Oct 2011 21:42
Thanks for commenting on "Imagine my Surprise". I do recall "H&E" but I was always disappointed that the women didn't seem to have fannies.
Tue 4th Oct 2011 09:57
..hi Mr.B...thanks...unfortunately dark clouds are descending on Manchester again..they're making space for christmas lights..hedge-clipping has to stop..enjoyed 'meanderings'..chris.
<Deleted User> (6315)
Mon 26th Sep 2011 20:36
Thanks for dropping in on 'Days End' :)
<Deleted User> (7212)
Sun 25th Sep 2011 23:17
agreed - we are all children in reality xx
Sun 25th Sep 2011 21:36
I guess it just says - we're still children. That's all we are. (signed - Old Witchy Dingbat, Virgin Villas, Teetotal Street, St Ives, Kurnow. xxxx
Sun 25th Sep 2011 20:55
I've tried to send you a message but it doesn't work! Ta for your comment. I may be making that move - to St Ives!
Sun 25th Sep 2011 20:41
No, but you've made me cry (signed Old Dingbat or whatever.)
Fri 23rd Sep 2011 20:14
Thanks John - I sent off for my Poetic licence at the same time.... (shock n' aw)
Thu 22nd Sep 2011 19:22
Hi Banksy. Thanks for commenting on my poem "A Silly Poem about Hair". I was inspired to post this after listening to "A Silly House work poem by Ann Foxglove.
I don't think your poems are too silly. I especially liked your poem "Armagh". It made me feel a little desolate. Good writing. Keep it up.
My five year old niece really likes my "A Silly Poem about Hair".
She wants me to make it into a book along with illustrations. I am trying to convince her that Aunt Shirley doesn't draw very well.
Wed 21st Sep 2011 22:31
banksy..u should watch the clip...full technicolour crotch sniff!
Fri 16th Sep 2011 23:14
Bugger the starving millions! If they were made into shortbread I could start all over again.
Thu 25th Aug 2011 11:16
Jesus - how long did it take you to write 400 of the buggers?! I thought I was doing well with 50 over a year :D
Looking forward to reading your new stuff then chap :)
Thu 4th Aug 2011 21:51
..thanks for commenting on 'Dog Lane'...cheers...chris.
Wed 3rd Aug 2011 13:41
yes indeedy, Mr banksy, Sir - I'm back after a rather enforced hiatus...now all i needs is some of those word things
...hope all is good with you!
Mon 25th Jul 2011 17:43
Hi Banksy, thank for reading and commenting on 'What the Master Saw'.
Sat 16th Jul 2011 22:54
Glad you liked "No Better Ending".
Is the "ending" a metaphor? I'm happy for the reader to decide.
Sat 16th Jul 2011 09:44
Sun 10th Jul 2011 01:27
Thank you for the comment on Water's Edge - much appreciate the support.
Sat 2nd Jul 2011 21:46
Er, Paolo - Susan Boyle -er - WHAAAAT? Beg to differ but hey - who cares! XX
PS Agree about Yes.
Sat 2nd Jul 2011 20:58
am i naive in wondering if this is actually Banksy or someone simply with that as their username...? xD
Sat 2nd Jul 2011 18:28
Paolo Nutini's OK. Some of his words are quite poetic imo. But you can't beat Yes - and Roy Harper? Did you like him?
<Deleted User> (7789)
Sat 2nd Jul 2011 18:24
Eurozone of a bitch, well not you Banksy, and not Christine Lagarde either cos she's not a son of anyone...
Tue 28th Jun 2011 20:11
Thanks for your comments on Rattus, Banksy. Time was my arborius prong didn't know how to behave. Now the bugger's gone soft in its old age!
Fri 24th Jun 2011 15:48
Okay, I'll give you the castration remark. Mainly cos it is reactionary. And misses the point that it happens with or without a penis.
Fri 24th Jun 2011 14:15
Your definition of maudlin is different to mine then B. Sexual abuse of small girls by their fathers is a pretty emotional subject, yes? It will bring out emotional responses. Do you reckon she needs more havoc in her life then? Nah.
Fri 24th Jun 2011 09:10
Each to their own Banksy, but reclamation really resides with the person who has been through it, eh? Thanks for getting back to me anyway.
Thu 23rd Jun 2011 20:33
I appreciate you explaining your reasons behind your comment. I think we should agree to differ as to whether you are right or not.
Perhaps you should consider that some people see things differently from yourself and some opinions and thoughts are better left unsaid.
Thu 23rd Jun 2011 12:29
Yup Banksy - RIGHT out of order with that comment on Kath's poem. Not funny chap, not funny at all - sick actually
Thu 23rd Jun 2011 12:18
Thank you for you initial comment re Daddys girl.
If the offer of sweeties was supposed to be funny, it wasn't. I thought it was in pretty bad taste. If you meant something else by it, please explain.
Sun 19th Jun 2011 19:12
Hi Banksy... thanks for your amusing comment on Naughty Digits. Yep I can see that an uncontrollable pecker would create a lot of problems..... glad I dont have that worry!!
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