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Thu 8th Aug 2019 13:05
i am shocked that you would take the time
to read my little poem.
Comment is about Devon Brock (poet profile)
Original item by Devon Brock
Wed 31st Jul 2019 10:38
Hi Devon! Good job on your etheree! How about we both do a Ghazal?
Thu 25th Jul 2019 17:15
Awesome palindrome Devon! Yeap! Let's do an etheree! 🎈
Tue 23rd Jul 2019 22:30
Perfect! Triolet it is! I have some studying and delving to do! Thanks Devon🎈
Tue 23rd Jul 2019 13:30
Excellent! I tried a sonnet by the way! Take a look when you have the time! I'm a bit confused with what is the stupidest thing ever... what is a syllable...f.e. child, one syllable or two syllables? where, one syllable or two syllables? The former has one vowel yet it sounds kinda like two and the latter sounds as one syllable but there are two vowels! Care to enlighten me? I await your suggestion! 🎈
Tue 23rd Jul 2019 10:11
I've got it my friend! I searched high and low eastwards and westwards, hither and thither and I finally found a form that will probably f@#$k with your brain but it's glorious and it will not bore you. A difficult form for a poet with your mad skills! So I propose that you try your hand with....drum roll...a palindrome poem! Waiting for a suggestion from you!
Also search for Demetri Martin and read his work to get an idea!
Good Luck 🎈
Mon 22nd Jul 2019 18:53
Hey Devon! Thank you! The truth is I kinda like my sea shanty! I'm happy with it! I've been looking for a challenging form for you. Meanwhile since you did a sonnet I'll try one as well! And as soon as I find something that will intriguing enough for your mad skills and brilliant mind I'll toss in a suggestion!
Thanks a lot!🎈
Sun 21st Jul 2019 13:56
Hi Dev and Don
I do appreciate your posts.
I may have left the back-door open in this poem.
The shape of some light, on a surface through window glass, can be fancifully described as such.
And Dev pardon my use of "To clarify" that upon retrospect came across as a rebuff - far from it. It was a genuine request to enquire.
The legs and her legs.
Sat 20th Jul 2019 23:14
Sat 20th Jul 2019 21:18
And congrats to you Devon for the Sonnet! Let's keep doing this! I propose that we now submege into research to find us new challenges! Fun! 🎈
Thanks Devon, I enjoy this very much!🎈
Thu 18th Jul 2019 13:28
Oh yes I am a big fan of those poetic exchanges and their glorious outcome! As for the sestina... I'm working on it! Patience! Very well done with the sonnet!
Thank you my friend 🎈
Wed 17th Jul 2019 11:28
Hey Devon thanks for enlightening me and ushering me to try my hand in different styles! As for traditional forms, I don't believe you can't pull them off I believe they are not a challenge for you. I ve seen your work and I believe you're the kind of writer who will break if born already the norms! Keet at it!
Thank you 🎈
Sat 13th Jul 2019 11:55
Hi Devon. Thank you for liking my poem ' Crying Globe supporter' it means a lot. Jemima.
Wed 10th Jul 2019 21:18
Cheers Devon - I blush at your praise. 😉
Tue 9th Jul 2019 11:05
Thank you Devon, for liking Come along now human vultures and for adding my name to the list of your favourite poets. Jemima.
Sun 30th Jun 2019 23:38
No problem!By the way I really enjoy your work! I don't get why any publisher would reject you... You're a great poet!
Sat 29th Jun 2019 00:35
every time I enlarge your photo
I have to jump back!
I thought this site had rules
about potential terrorists.
Fri 28th Jun 2019 23:06
THERE IS SO MUCH GREAT STUFF ON WOL I CAN'T KEEP UP. Aaaaaaaaaaagghhhh!
Fri 28th Jun 2019 15:24
Hi Devon, loved your bio and your sample poem! Looking forward to exploring your work!
Thu 27th Jun 2019 22:34
Thanks Jason. Yeah, that sorta came out of no-where. I felt like the FNG getting "employee of the month", so to speak - a bit embarrassed, humbled, and wondering "why me, why now."
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Wed 26th Jun 2019 14:21
Hey Devon... Congrats on poem of the week. Rhythmically, reminds me of old school beat poetry. "She had a shit day borne on a twitching crease of lip" is my favorite line. Right on, man... awesome work!
Tue 25th Jun 2019 10:50
I was going to comment
i saw your photo
and was scared off!
Thu 20th Jun 2019 15:44
Hi Devon! You must be very happily married if you think of Chagall.Not so common these days!
Cynthia Buell Thomas
Thu 20th Jun 2019 13:25
Devon, welcome to WOL. Interesting bio picture. Good thing the face seems full of humour! Can't figure out 'old geezer' bit though.
I'll try to find some time to check out your work. Great piece upfront.
Sun 16th Jun 2019 17:23
Hey Devon! I've been browsing your work and really enjoy what I've read so far. "She Calls It Sorrow" is a great story and reminds me of some of the people I've crossed paths with in life. It would sound great spoken slam-style with jazz in the background. Looking forward to reading more from you. Take care --- J. Zane
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