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Thu 10th Nov 2011 14:52
haha - it says more about you than me ;)
Comment is about Laura Taylor (poet profile)
Original item by Laura Taylor
Thu 10th Nov 2011 10:57
Hi Tom, Its the Iris for me but I do like lilies too. I had never heard of the NYTC till now that is! just had a quick listen to intercontinental track drift though. I think my cats run them a close second if you threw them into a small room full of musical intruments and scatterd a few flakes of tuna around the place. H
Tue 8th Nov 2011 12:06
Sorry Laura I've only just seen your message from Nov 2nd. I'm glad that you're getting the better of things and you're probably right that when I wrote that I was probably in a similar frame of mind. I'll try for the next Tudor.
Sun 6th Nov 2011 00:48
..thanks Laura..most lyrics about my travelling have been songs..bought my first guitar in Lagos..must use more images..cheers.
Fri 4th Nov 2011 15:33
Dear Dear Dearest Laura
Your comments are very much appreciated.
I wish I were a seducated as you :-)) I shall now go and look at Blake, and then contemplate my navel
Fri 4th Nov 2011 12:27
Topped....Topped Sugar Topped tumbler LOL xx
Wed 2nd Nov 2011 22:25
You are a woman of great insight Laura. ;o)
Tue 1st Nov 2011 22:43
the thirst becomes you...
Tue 1st Nov 2011 19:36
Sorry to hear about you wibblyness Laura. Are you ok?
Wed 19th Oct 2011 22:00
Hi Laura, thanks for your comment on September, those amateur drinkers are such a pain :-)
Fri 14th Oct 2011 15:39
Many thanks for your comments Laura! X
Wed 12th Oct 2011 23:03
Ta for the comment. Glad to hear email / poem followed so quick - great to splurge it out but not everyone can do that and not only make sense but also touch others as you did. Fantastic - shawoman (as opposed to shaman!). XXX
Tue 11th Oct 2011 21:16
ello Laura :) aye I can do depressive poetry well lol..but honestly I am really a happy, happy woman!..see you soon x
Tue 11th Oct 2011 16:34
Hi Laura, thanks for commenting on Sensorial, much appreciated.
Mon 10th Oct 2011 10:29
Hi Tom. Thanks for your lovely comments on my poem 'autism' It wrote itself in my head! Win X
Fri 7th Oct 2011 23:49
are you interested in this mario merz thing..i working on something to do with the spirit of resistence of people post war WW11. looking at survival tactics as an idea and the development to society today....would need to develop it.?
Fri 7th Oct 2011 22:43
Overkill... suicide bombers... Love it Ray.
GSOH... oh gosh, I'll get over this dyslkisa if it likls me.
Clean & Discreet
& up my street...
(I think one knows more than is good for one)
I was going to say that the first stanza could stand alone... but not without any legs it couldnae...
Many Thanks. B (GSOH)
Fri 7th Oct 2011 11:27
hi left you a note on my latest poem x
looking forward to your next poem.
would you be able to write me one to order? im thinking of including some of your words with my art??
Fri 7th Oct 2011 08:49
Aye - if all goes to plan will be at tyldesley in a few weeks time (No a clue yet what I am going to read however currently). Hope to see you there xx
Sun 2nd Oct 2011 18:35
Thx for reading/commenting on my last poem
Fri 30th Sep 2011 21:01
:o) ta Laura
Fri 30th Sep 2011 18:46
thankyou for your encouragement and comments :) x
Thu 29th Sep 2011 17:52
Hi Laura (Leiberfraumilch), you had me worried for a moment. Thought I'd trangressed an unfathomable rule somewhere. I go with my observation as you know and what I wrote was about a refreshing group of young foreign ladies at the local Wetherspoons who quite uplifted the atmosphere from the usual retired stolid folk who sit around. Hope you're OK though.
Thu 29th Sep 2011 12:38
Aww thanks Laura..actually wrote this for my lad when he was in Iraq..
Thu 29th Sep 2011 11:34
Thanks Laura for the comment and informing me r.e. Dory Previn's lyric.
Mon 26th Sep 2011 20:32
'Dorty?' moi?...changed that line to within practiced passion..dunno if it works any better but I could always practice some more to find out eh?.. cheers for commenting Laura x
Mon 26th Sep 2011 13:12
Hi Tom? Sorry no TV here at mission control. Brian? H
Cynthia Buell Thomas
Sat 24th Sep 2011 10:08
Laura, you are so astute. I didn't just 'fiddle' with the last verse, I nearly tore out my hair - would I or wouldn't I include it? Finally, I decided to go with it, for another 'dimension' maybe, for absolute clarification of intent, but the 'pulling power' of the other four verses is definitely compromised. If we were face to face, privately, I would be even more honest.
What is written on your right fist? Is it 'fake'?
Thu 22nd Sep 2011 12:13
nice one laura and yeah i got into full of crow magazine, not out til next spring though and i got two into amphibi.us, theyre only online magazines but fuk it like, still waiting on a few replys, hows it goin with u?
Wed 21st Sep 2011 23:59
thanks for the comments on my latest. I chickened out of the relationship (wisely) and the climb was just a backdrop reflecting that fact! XXX
Wed 21st Sep 2011 18:11
Hey Laura, Thx for the feedback.
I have left some waffle on the poem lol
Wed 21st Sep 2011 12:36
Hi Tom, would love that but thats the day my duaghter arrives on half term hols! Doh. H
Wed 21st Sep 2011 11:34
Hi Tom, missed meeting up, must get over to Bolton again soon, and yes you have done it again, she was a nurse (You were the only one to tune into that) H
Mon 19th Sep 2011 15:50
Thx for the comments/feedback on my last Laura. You understood my thinking behind the poem completely. Daft I know but I searched for a couple of hours just to find the right word for the title Haha. To get something that eluded enough without telling, to be understated without being totally obscure.
Fri 16th Sep 2011 12:43
'Ey up, Monkey!
Thanks for reading Janis.
She was a bit special, wasn't she?
We have a kid in our village who reminds me of her. I first saw her about 3 years ago when she was 13 at a school talent competition. So shy she didn't speak or look up. When the music started this huge voice opened up from the bowels of the earth. I shuddered.
She's in a local band now called the Lucettes, which you can find on YouTube.
On another front (and pulling in the thread of sexy songs) did you know that Leonard Cohen's Chelsea Hotel was about his relationship with JJ?
Thu 15th Sep 2011 10:26
Re: Townships, thanks very much Laura, I know people have very strong views about RSA and I did attempt something similar to this a while back but varied the theme because I am leading a group on African poetry in October. Your kind endorsement has more value than you may have realised.
Wed 14th Sep 2011 17:33
Thx for the feedback on my latest Laura- appreciated X
Hopefully catch ya at the next Wigan.
Wed 14th Sep 2011 10:56
i think we should have a poem in an anthology do. i think its better that your works going out like that. you can see its standard in relation to the other work. I spose online books are all the thing these days but it proves to me how new writers have all the fresh talent x well done x
ps i love that its got something to do with me...ah my young protege miss taylor is doing so well...particularly as sometimes you cant see why youre reading, what is the point. when your on stage and the lights in your eyes and its a circus. Im so glad i got the message of that poem through. makes it all worthwhile. i may have said this aready but i am now ready to retire ;)
Tue 13th Sep 2011 22:29
thats great laura, your poetry is quality and your a great example for new comers to the art.
are you having a book launch do?
great great news xx
Tue 13th Sep 2011 19:37
Great! Well done you!xx
Tue 13th Sep 2011 17:43
Well I'm totally delighted to hear that you are being published and even more so to think that it is a poem that you wrote for one of our little on line competitions. It makes it feel all the more worthwhile running them. That was a very saucy poem! x
Tue 13th Sep 2011 17:24
Cheers Laura. Now back to work! Congrats on being published, you work certainly merits it.
Sun 11th Sep 2011 21:59
Hi Laura - cheers for the comment on end of summer II , yeah - this is a little series leading into a new project for next year but am dead pleased the way they are going so far.. watch this space for more to come and will be updating Part 1 on this 2moro
Fri 9th Sep 2011 15:26
Hi Laura, the folk-club you refer to is called "The red lion." It's in Newburgh just below Parbold. Feel free to drop in any Monday night. (except bank holidays)it starts at 8.30pm. Straight up the stairs. (Room at the top.)
Tue 6th Sep 2011 11:42
hopefully see you at the Tudor?..x
Tue 6th Sep 2011 08:13
I like The Fall very much hence the title
thanks for taking the time to read and make comment on my poem
Thu 1st Sep 2011 13:24
thanks for the comment over 'My Hometown'... It's a very personal piece about my hometown (Stretford)- dead pleased you like it.. See you soon (Almost back on my feet totally now) x
Sat 27th Aug 2011 18:01
It is scary how fast those kids did time Laura.
'Cause and Effect'; I read it again today, even better on second reading. I hope to catch you perform it- excellent.
Thu 25th Aug 2011 13:20
it took me about 15 yrs to write the 400, so if you're doing 50 a year then you are doing a lot better than me !
sometimes I couldn't write anything for months then half a dozen all at once :)
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