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Sat 25th Apr 2015 01:22
Thanks Harry - as the blog mistress the feedback re the design is appreciated and keeps me smiling :)
Comment is about Shirley-Anne Kennedy (poet profile)
Original item by Shirley-Anne Kennedy
Fri 24th Apr 2015 23:19
Thanks for your comments Shirley- Anne, Like Ian, I was
very impressed by the design of the poetry blog. (and also the number of female poet`s contributing on a war theme)
Mon 22nd Sep 2014 19:21
thanks for the kind comment on 'snipers' Shirley-Anne - I've been useless lately on getting onto WOL and thanking people - so sincere apologies for taking so long - glad you liked it
Wed 10th Sep 2014 10:02
ps SA, what is 'Bazzin? (spoken in the manner of: ''what is this thing called 'love'?'')
Mon 8th Sep 2014 21:30
Tarrabunch Shirl. Thanks for taking the trouble to read and comment on my offerings. Much appreciated. Thought I'd have a go at a couple of war poems as I have been asked to read at a Remembrance festival in October so the comments are doubly valuable.
Sun 7th Sep 2014 11:32
Cheers Sherl for the comment. (Algiers) I must visit North Africa and stop my dreaming.
Fri 29th Aug 2014 13:13
hi shirley - anne; thanks for the comment on my poem for stefan. wasn't thinking about that when i wrote it, but i think you are right. it does make you wonder considering what has come to light since. glad you liked it.
Wed 27th Aug 2014 12:54
Just goes to show Ken, you're crap at writing rubbish. ha! :)
Sun 24th Aug 2014 22:36
I wrote this deliberate piece of nonsense in a cynical frame of mind for which I apologise, to see what sort of reaction it would attract.
And comment-wise it's done better than my usual stuff. Where have I gone wrong? LOveryL.
Sun 6th Jul 2014 17:37
Thank you for your kind comment about my poem
Ged the Poet
Thu 3rd Jul 2014 12:19
Glad you liked 'Smelly Bogs.. and Habitat Hippy' and thanks for reading. Your comments were very welcome.
I meant what I said about your poem 'Today in Taiji' and I don't think a news correspondent could have done better.
Tue 1st Jul 2014 09:14
Thank you Julian -- made my day :)
Thanks Pete & ditto :)
Mon 30th Jun 2014 20:34
Glad to see you on here and look forward to reading more of your stuff. Loved this one, "I saw this live the other night" ..... heh, heh. Good stuff. :)
Sun 29th Jun 2014 21:00
There's fire in your words, Shirley-Ann, and justice in your motives. I love hearing you read your work, whether at Middleton or, as earlier this month, at Bolton. You deserve a wider audience. See you somewhere, somewhen.
Tue 17th Jun 2014 23:46
I too have family who served, like your Paternal Grandfather, (at that time) with the Manchester Regiment. In fact Wilfred Owen himself was commissioned in June 1916 and served with the 2nd Battalion in France.
Thank you for your very kind words about 'The Place were only Dead Men Sleep'.
Tue 17th Jun 2014 18:51
Thank you for the welcome, Graham. Appreciated :)
I did try to add a profile picture, a drawing rather than a photograph. Think I messed up somewhere because it seems to have disappeared into the ether and I have lost the ability to add another one.
Tue 17th Jun 2014 18:48
Aww... Ken, thank you.
I am sincere in adding you as a favourite. I enjoy your readings down at the Ringers. Your poetry is a delight, funny on the surface and poignant beneath.
Tue 17th Jun 2014 13:41
Welcome to Write Out Loud.
I hope you enjoy the site. We're really looking forward to reading some of your work and I know that you will be warmly welcomed by other WOL-ers too.
If you haven’t already added a picture to your profile please try and do so. It’s good to see what our fellow poets look like.
Have a good browse around, there’s lots going on and if you have the time to make some comments about the work of other poets please feel free. It’s the best way to get some constructive feedback about your own work too.
There’s always someone who’ll help you out with a problem, so just ask and someone will get back to you. It’s a friendly place, so welcome once again.
ps, it looks like you've made a great start.
Tue 17th Jun 2014 12:00
I'm delighted, amazed, and flattered to be a favourite profile choice.
Reading the excellent chuckle-worthy and equally profound Rochdale Pay Rise. I worry for the Kennedy future in the public sector. Consequential to your light hearted treatment of this emotive subject.
"Or" taken seriously as independant consultancy opinion.
Tue 17th Jun 2014 09:07
Thank you, Daniel :)
Tue 17th Jun 2014 00:56
I love your take on the 'Ballad of the Rochdale Pay Rise'. It has great balance and found myself wanting to sing it as I read.
I found the closing words on 'Shadow Hunter' quite haunting and left me wanting more.
I really enjoyed both of these.
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