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Tue 1st Oct 2019 07:57
I love your work, Jason. Such beautiful words and thoughts.
Comment is about Jason Bayliss (poet profile)
Original item by Jason Bayliss
Thu 26th Sep 2019 03:37
thank you Jabberwok
for reading my poem
a poet named Jabberwok
must be very creative.
Mon 2nd Sep 2019 11:24
Saying that you shall endeavour to live up to the line ‘Poets see the beauty of the glass' is one of the highest compliments anyone has paid my work.
Thank you. It means a lot to me.
Sun 1st Sep 2019 23:31
Hi Keith, no I'm not flaming, it was then and not now now. ?
Hi Jason, I think 'moving on' and scorch-marks says it .
Hi Ruth, I think the 'positive spin' echos Kieth's point, not wrong just behind my shoulder as I turn away.
Thank you all xxx
Tue 27th Aug 2019 08:41
It's a deal!
Mon 26th Aug 2019 07:57
The word ‘set'! Who would've thought...
Have an awesome week
Sun 25th Aug 2019 08:45
Sun 25th Aug 2019 06:38
Right now, it's 07:30 in the morning in Zambia, and I've had my first hearty laugh of the day already!
Thanks for brightening my day!
Wed 21st Aug 2019 15:05
Hi Jason, thanks for the comment on We Were Beautiful. I absolutely agree; we may age but the beauty doesn't evaporate it just mutates. For me it was the beauty of the moment in time I was really looking back on - and that beauty can be frustratingly fleeting ?, Cheers Tom.
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Sat 13th Jul 2019 20:22
Hey Jason. I appreciate your comment on "My World Within Another World". Also, I have been browsing through your work and really enjoy your skill and style. Looking forward to reading more. Take care.
Sun 7th Jul 2019 19:39
Ah thanks for your comment on Love and Everything Else Jason, really appreciate it and glad to hear the emotion translated. Thanks for the advice too - I plan to follow it as best I can ?
Fri 28th Jun 2019 17:39
Hi Jason! Tx for the comment on Litholife -to be honest, (occasionally) the stone with two dates on it hadn't come into my mind at all. Being Scottish I admit to being superstitious, so perhaps that explains it!
Thu 27th Jun 2019 10:24
Thank you my dear friend Hason!? Please do! I love learning nice new words and phrases!
Quack Quack ?
Thu 27th Jun 2019 00:24
Jey Hason! ? Now that was a colloquialism I had to google! Yeap! This one is going to last! Jajaja!
Thanks for the constant support and frankly, for all the fun, mate! ?
x.x (or h.h.!)
Mon 17th Jun 2019 23:57
Thank you so much Jason for being so kind to me.
Sun 16th Jun 2019 16:29
Hi Jason! Thanks for the comment on When night comes. Really liked the Haikus.
Sun 2nd Jun 2019 22:46
Thanks Kevin, it's really appreciated. As you said, I like prose and verse, but also like writing in rhyme, it just seems to work better in my head, I need a rhythm you know? The jaberwock was one of the very first nicknames I ever had, partly because I could recite it at a very young age, and though no-one uses that name for me now, it's just always resonated for some reason. To be fair mate I always look for your posts too.
Sun 2nd Jun 2019 09:24
I always look out for your postings because I like your rhymes and structures. Like yourself I enjoy reading prose, but prefer to write rhymes.
This is the first time that I have actually looked at your profile. I like your avatar with the Jabberwock/Dragon. and though I liked the picture I wondered why you chose it as your avatar. Glad that you explained that, it all makes sense now.
Sun 19th May 2019 08:45
I'm a fan of rhyme and tight structure myself, Jason. It's always a pleasure to read someone who takes as much time over, and has the same passion for, language as I do. This poem works for me.
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Wed 15th May 2019 02:57
Thanks for the generous comment on "A Second Heart" Always appreciated?
Mon 13th May 2019 18:23
I look forward to more flattery from you soon.
Mon 13th May 2019 00:04
If you mean the one where I quoted Michael Palin, he said it was one of his favourites, "the Limerick that doesn't work." It was always one of my favourites too.?
Sun 12th May 2019 16:46
was that a Limerick?
it failed to rhyme.
Sat 11th May 2019 23:51
Thank you Jason for commenting on my poem. Many wishes for another 75 yrs?
Thu 25th Apr 2019 14:18
Thanks for your lovely note on 'Helicoid' - appreciate that ?
Mon 22nd Apr 2019 23:50
thanks for the kind comments on 'Monday Morning -9AM' Jason - glad you liked it Mate
Thu 18th Apr 2019 18:53
Hi Cynthia, I think you're thinking of Babyliss for the beauty products and Trevor Baylis for clockwork radios.
I honestly didn't know about the menorah until you asked, funny isn't it, I've loved this picture for years and yet never researched it. Not even sure who the artist is now.
Cynthia Buell Thomas
Thu 18th Apr 2019 09:33
I also thought the 'fork symbol' had a connection to the Jewish menorah. Ancient symbolism is an amazing 'study', and still so apt in our modern world. Like whether a) the circle embraces the square or b) the square embraces the circle. Huge concepts for human life, emphasising the 'why', not the 'what, when, where or who'.
I think I recognise 'Bayliss' as a famous 'brand' name, but I can't remember what product, or line of products. Body care maybe? I do have a vague idea that the products were both fine, and expensive. Am I way off course? I'm just curious, not nosey. Tell my beloved mother that! Who preached: 'Curiosity killed the cat!' And my flippant return: 'And satisfaction brought it back!' I'm surprised I didn't get smacks. But she just chuckled. Time and time again.
Wed 17th Apr 2019 20:19
Thanks Jason for stopping by, reading and liking my poetry "gift of sky". It makes me so happy. Yes rainy season is really beautiful season infact more beautiful than the poetry ?
Wed 17th Apr 2019 14:56
cheers Jason - glad you liked 'from the attaic' laughing and sinister just about describes me - so glad that came through ?
Mon 15th Apr 2019 14:55
thanks for your kind comments re 'with banners held high' Jason - it is in the development stage as a song which I'm hoping to perform at a festival of the same name on 18th May - glad you liked it mate
Thu 11th Apr 2019 13:48
Thank you for your lovely comment on Once Upon A iTime. Appreciate that ?
Mon 1st Apr 2019 22:23
To be perfectly honest Cynthia I didn't know, so I found out and it seems to be some sort of stylised Menorah or seven branched lamp stand ?.
I don't know the significance of it in this picture, if any. All I could find out was:
stands for light, wisdom, and Divine inspiration. In this period of darkness, we welcome the approaching Festival of Lights and the timeless lessons of the Holy Menorah.
Mon 1st Apr 2019 11:43
Interesting bio, Jason. Why would anyone look askance at someone else writing in rhyme! It boggles the mind.
I also choose my words very carefully, and I highly value my dictionary and thesaurus, often searching for the exact 'word', the nuance I want to 'cultivate'. IMO, poetry is deliberate.
I look forward to reading more of your work.
I do wonder how sarcasm is ever 'loving'.
What does the symbol imply? The jagged teeth one, like a fork?
Tue 12th Mar 2019 13:47
Thank you Jason for your comment on 'mum'. It's been 60 since her death, and I often forget the loss. Bieng 4 at the time the loss is strange in itself. Thanks again Tommy.
Tue 5th Mar 2019 09:02
I wish I could take credit for saying that, but I've brought that bit of wisdom along with me through the last couple of decades after hearing it from a college English instructor. She may not have been a favorite of most of the students, but she was no-nonsense with quite a lot to offer if you were willing to take some criticism.
Thanks for looking in,
Erin Quinn Buckley
Sun 3rd Mar 2019 12:37
I haven't read much yet either of your stuff. Leave me a comment when you check out more of my work and tell your followers about me. I will read more after I finish some of my other poetry things I am in the middle of. Thank you for the support and kind words.
Sat 2nd Mar 2019 00:30
Thanks for the comment
Thu 28th Feb 2019 20:36
you're one for an age, Jason.
Sun 24th Feb 2019 09:12
Hey Jason! Love your new bio. I absolutely feel the same about the English language and about, well...pretty much everything you said!?
Fri 22nd Feb 2019 10:45
Hey Jason! Thank you for all the support! I'm glad you like my reciting and writing and I'm so greatfulI for the encouragement! Your poetry is excellent!?
Wed 20th Feb 2019 14:06
for some reason I am no longer getting Notifications
from WOL. so...i did not see your comments on
Ce'st la Vie.
Anyway appreciate you reading the poem and commenting.
Wed 13th Feb 2019 18:27
Thankyou for your lovely comments the poem was about lymphodema troubled all my life and just found out some thing could have been done years ago if people took notice and listened . Let’s hope people start listening and show they care . Lots of love Wendy xx
Sun 10th Feb 2019 11:11
thank you for your comments on my poem Jason.
wish i could have done better.
Thu 7th Feb 2019 22:44
Jason I am sure we have a great deal in common.
You write like a true poet.
You are indeed one to watch. I look forward to reading more of your musings/
Thank you for reading some of my stuff.
I always enjoy finding other poets that I can connect with.
Great works my friend
Thu 7th Feb 2019 11:55
Legs or breasts
jump start the heart,
both are delish
like chicken parts!
Wed 6th Feb 2019 05:48
Thanks for your words.
I'm a little like you, in that I hear a lot of what I want to write in rhyme.
I started writing nearly 12 years ago, at the tender age of 60.
My first wife had died and I found it helped putting stuff down on paper, but I was put down a wee bit (by those more experienced) because my poems rhymed.
Whatever my writing is, I was saved (in a writing sense) by reading Langston Hughes's poems. I could actually understand them!
I persevered, and it was poetry that brought about marriage number 2. Much to be thankful for.
Sun 3rd Feb 2019 17:42
John, thank you so much. It was a tough write, it was a difficult passing. Neuroendocrine cancer. So glad you could see what I was trying to say, thanks.
Sun 3rd Feb 2019 16:34
Your sample poem dedicated to your wife's mum really affected me. I could feel tears welling up at all that you didn't say. You demand that your reader reads between the lines which is, in my opinion, the essental step to developing an authentic voice of your own. You have talent Jason. Use it. All good wishes, John E
Thu 17th Jan 2019 19:40
Thank you both very much, it's really nice to hear positive things.
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