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Original item by Gaia Holmes
Fri 5th Feb 2010 10:42
Beautifulm, the tea image works so well and the clarity of childhood innocence that journeyed in to the sensuality of womanhood was brilliaintly portrayed.
just to get to me,
just to plant little kisses
at the top of my thighs.
And in the morning,
the wet streets will shine
If you're ever in Coventry pop in to our event at the tin angel you are more than welcome.
Congratulations on your successes too, the experiences of my own book launch are special and I wish you continued success !
Thu 14th Jan 2010 08:45
Happy New Year Gaia
Your comment is much appreciated.
I will email direct re performing The Sun Shone.
Sun 13th Dec 2009 13:07
I love your writing. I'm not much cop at lit-crit so I'm never sure exactly why things grab me, but your writing does, it makes me sigh.
Thu 10th Dec 2009 17:45
i love your Epiphany Gaia very well written and full of vivid imagery that i like very much. youre very good at writing:)
Wed 9th Dec 2009 17:10
Thank you for your comments Gaia - I love your stuff, it's so good to see you here again - I've got your book!!! xxx
Tue 8th Dec 2009 12:05
Enjoyed last night.
Here's an oddish request/thought for the next Puzzle. A month or two ago, I posted a poem 'The Sun Shone' which Winston did an audio version of, just a week or two back.
The main part of the text would probably be better, read by a woman, with the male voice for just the first and last two lines. If you have a look at the Winston version, the reason will become clear.
Do you fancy having a go?
I will not be offended in the slightest if you decide not (honestly, underlined). It's just a thought.
Sun 22nd Nov 2009 18:18
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful stuff. And not just because there's some foxgloves in one of your poems. Heady, lyrical and passionate.
Sat 7th Feb 2009 15:56
Good to see you on the site, Gaia and I love the poems you have chosen to share. So many crisp images and evocative phrases.
Thu 26th Jun 2008 10:14
Poem 148 of 230, walkaboutsverse.741.com: AUDIENCE LOST
I returned, again,
To what they pen -
The free-verse poets:
Deep prose in sets...
I could read, again,
Of Mice and Men.
(C) David Franks 2003
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Fri 2nd May 2008 08:55
Exceptional work. Smooth flowing imagery with emotion that doesn't overwhelm, delivered in a controlled manner.
Wed 23rd Apr 2008 23:40
love your poetry Gaia;
there's something magical about it.
Tomás Ó Cárthaigh
Thu 17th Apr 2008 17:11
I loved the imagery in the poem of the dead wasps in the windscreen and the pheasents fluttering in the breeze
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