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Tue 12th Mar 2019 13:26
Hey Alan, thanks so much for your lovrly comments on my poems. I don't actually have a collection published but if you wanna read more then I have a page on Facebook: kealan coady-writer. I've got loads on there. Thanks again man, much appreciated. I really hope you enjoy
Comment is about Alan Travis Braddock (poet profile)
Original item by Alan Travis Braddock
Sat 26th Jan 2019 19:08
Just wanted to say... "Thanks for being you, for being here, and bringing cheer"
Your comments make me smile
I love your work and love your style.
The hat is alright.
It's a bit stormy at the mo so hold it, hold it tight!
Alan Travis Braddock
Sun 13th Jan 2019 20:32
That's my new hat in the picture....?
Fri 11th Jan 2019 17:22
you look good for 87.
i wish i looked as debonair as you.
what has this got to do with poetry?
but it's the best I could do.
Mon 7th Jan 2019 13:46
Thank you for your support Alan! I love your sample. Very strong words. What better source for poetry, or any creative work really, than personal experience and trauma. A picture is worth a thousand words!
Now, imagine a picture that is made of words...! I always love this kind of writting! Kudos!?
Tue 27th Nov 2018 20:13
Hello Alan, thanks for the kind words about The Legacy.Was interested to hear you're a mycologist. I knew dead mens' trumpets (not the latin name) from Italy, where they dry them and sprinkle the powder on food, rather like truffles. I found a lot of funghi in Angus in my sister's wood, so took them home to look them up, and there found the amethyst deceivers! That book, however, said they were toxic! Here many people go looking for funghi in autumn especially, and there is a special office where you can take your catch to have it vetted, as people die every year from eating poisonous ones. Interesting you went to Tiscali - the wild flowers in Sardinia are wonderful late April early May. Entire roadsides of asphodel, orchids, French lavender, marvellous thistles, rock roses, rosemary, Aegean Lilies, witches fingers, Barbary nut, and later sea squill and those beautiful sea daffodils. A real Eden.
Thanks again, Jennifer
Mon 26th Nov 2018 21:42
Alan reading NEWSREEL is like watching an old film.
It's like remembering the things in the past you wish you could leave behind but the images keep replaying themselves over and over and over.
We should NEVER forget!
Mon 26th Nov 2018 17:35
touché Alan re my verse on Brexit.
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