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Cynthia Buell Thomas
Thu 16th Jan 2020 12:08
Are you still on line? I have seen nothing for weeks. I have always enjoyed your imput, so I'm being bold enough to ask if all is well with you. You have been much in my thoughts.
Comment is about Chakraj (poet profile)
Original item by Chakraj
Fri 6th Sep 2019 21:42
Tommy glad you see it that way.
Fri 6th Sep 2019 17:19
Raj your comments on "We've each got different partners now..." is most welcome and points a literary "think" that I appreciate.
Tue 3rd Sep 2019 20:40
‘stay on higher ground'
I hear you Raj. Thanks for the sage advice!
Mon 2nd Sep 2019 11:28
‘A wonderful tribute to our tribe of scribes'
It's a wonderful tribe, Raj. I meant it in all sincerity, when I said ‘I can be me'.
Thu 22nd Aug 2019 09:13
Thank you for your commendation.
I particularly like your poem 'F**k the Forgive and Forget Mantra'.
Mon 19th Aug 2019 17:33
I thank you for commenting on my work Raj.
Mon 12th Aug 2019 14:08
thanks for reading my poem
"kids on a Beach"
I hope it did not hurt too much
like sunburn, it will go away after awhile.
Sun 4th Mar 2018 10:57
Like one's heart, yes?
Wed 21st Feb 2018 11:17
Thanks so much for your note on my Valentine poem ? maybe I'll do that haha ?
Sun 15th Oct 2017 06:14
RAj thankyou for your comments I don't think It will happen in my lifetime but let's hope Wendy x
Wed 4th Oct 2017 22:28
Hi Raj, thanks so much for taking the time to read and comment on my poems, I'm just coming back to it after a long time of disconnection, so feels both fantastic and a bit "clunky",
Mon 2nd Oct 2017 12:59
I so enjoy your comments on all WOL works. I'm sure you know that, but I'm saying it anyway. Cheers.
Tue 22nd Aug 2017 16:29
Hey, there! Thank you for your comment on my profile. Working on my pieces each time. Thanks again! :)
Sat 29th Jul 2017 11:50
Raj, will you please check out my poem 'The Question', (not too far back). I so want to put 'wolf' as the final word, as in 'we so need an alpha wolf', not 'star'. Whichever word I choose, it is the ultimate 'impact of intent'. I had 'wolf'; I want 'wolf', but I'm being pinched by some kind of argument of what is 'worldly' and what is 'lordly'. Or fact versus fantasy. I'd like your input. For me, the poem 'hangs in my head', because I feel phoney about the ending.
You're a thinker. Why did I change it? This is a serious question.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 18:24
Hi Raj we are in Spain at the moment during the day it's like having a full orchestra sat on the wiring during the day I would not miss it for the world thankyou for your comments love Wendy x
Sat 17th Jun 2017 10:41
good morning and goodbye Mr Ferds.One is getting on ones Asda bound bike asap.
Sun 11th Jun 2017 12:55
Hi Raj thankyou for your comments I love to listen to the birds singing I also try talking back you might think I'm mad but who cares at least they answere you . Regards Wendy .
Sat 3rd Jun 2017 16:06
What do you mean you remember my 'encounter with a sheik' many moons ago. The hair rose up the back of my neck! Did I actually make mention of him before? If so, I've got to watch my mouth!
Thu 25th May 2017 08:21
Ta Raj for the advice re 'my participation..etc.I'll work on it and get back to you.
Wed 17th May 2017 10:42
Cheers Raj for your crisp and constructive comments;- ) Tommy
Sat 13th May 2017 12:34
Perhaps 'worlds' have the power to shape 'words' too, when you think about it.
Tue 25th Apr 2017 12:39
re "Inductive and deductive Logic tutorials." aaaaaaaaagh! (runs out of the room) ?
Fri 21st Apr 2017 21:09
Ta Raj on 'Sin'. Your comment is most welcome. Tommy
Sun 16th Apr 2017 10:08
Hello Raj, thanks for the comment on Mushroom Picking. The mushrooms were huge, bigger than in any shop. Thanks again. Keith
Thu 16th Mar 2017 17:28
Thank you for your comment on 'happy tears'. And definitely it opens the door as you put it for more. ?
Sun 19th Feb 2017 19:24
Hi Raj thankyou for your comments it's taken a long time but after a lifetime of being quiet seeing sleaze and listening to it i have found my voice at last . Regards Wendy .
Sat 4th Feb 2017 16:16
you are a very fine man.
Thu 12th Jan 2017 20:26
Such a positive hopeful poem...thanks
Sat 7th Jan 2017 05:59
I sensed Zen Hazel. I feel connected. Namaste.
Only yesterday I finished a little book on Mindfulness by Anna Black -- filled with beautiful, bite-sized practices.
I have watched Tara Brach before. I feel drawn towards her and her belief in radical acceptance is rather endearing.
When she mentions the 'awakening heart' my mind delves deep into my earlier classes on kundalini yoga where we worked on the awakening of the sleeping serpent within us (mula badha).
My journey continues Hazel and I'm in the final stages of completing my first book on managing smoking addiction through staying in the "now" and watching the cravings come and go. Wonderful.
I'm keen to know more about your mental health charity, MBSR and MBCT.
Fri 6th Jan 2017 20:29
Hi Raj, I've been doing some kind of meditation with different degrees of commitment since I was 16. Then I lived in Nepal for a couple of years working as a volunteer and was surrounded by functioning Buddhist monasteries. I did a vipassana retreat and that started my mindfulness practice. When I came home I became involved with the Mindfulness Association at Samye Ling in Scotland and did the MBSR at Bangor University. I'm addicted to Tara Brach podcasts and videos. I am part of a local buddhist sangha but don't consider myself to be a practising buddhist. I'm lucky enough to teach secular mindfulness as part of my job with a mental health charity - so that anchors me at work and helps to wake me out of the trance. The difficult colleague in my poem was from a previous job - I still think of her with a mixture of love, amusement and sheer fear!
Sun 1st Jan 2017 19:55
thanks for commenting on 'Olive' Raj
Sat 31st Dec 2016 05:59
Thanks for taking time to read my stuff. I know some of it is extremely adult orientated, but the more serious stuff seems to appeal...keep posting your work Raj & take care...Jeff....
Tue 20th Dec 2016 18:35
Thank you Andy.
I write to share, to nourish and generate energy. Feed
back like yours inspires me to reach out even wider.
We are after all one universal tribe.
Tue 20th Dec 2016 12:17
I like your sample work and I am looking forward to seeing more. The subject of human interaction is close to my heart and something I have tried to cover in my own work. Let you I have only just decided to share it on here. Good luck! Andy
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Tue 20th Dec 2016 02:52
This sounds nice... It makes sense! Just write what is in your mind. Let your thoughts tour you into the world of poetry. Use your imagination. your emotions, visualization and write every thoughts in your mind.
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