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Mon 31st Oct 2011 20:00
Also, just seen your e-mail about the changes to Giggling Girls.
One of the lines from "The Boy and the Man" is a bit awkward - "The career of The Man". This takes a bit of knocking in!
Comment is about M.C. Newberry (poet profile)
Original item by M.C. Newberry
Mon 31st Oct 2011 19:46
Thanks for the comments on "The Ballad of The Boy and The Man". There's been times over the past 40 years when I'd have played Mackay even if he was 60 years old!
Sun 30th Oct 2011 12:57
Just wanted to thank you for taking the time to comment on Gen. Sec.
Actually the 'ain' isn't a mis-type, though I don't mind in the slightest your mental 'gain'. I used 'ain' in the Scottish vernacular(meaning own)i.e the Gen. Sec's main concern is his own
Like you, I'm always struck by the union officials who I am sure are substantially better paid than those they represent - hence the ditty
Again, many thanks
Wed 26th Oct 2011 10:29
Thanks for your comments about poetry/prose.
I'll look up yer man Binyon.
Don't get me wrong - I'm not against free verse (although my facetious little piece on your Profile page might have indicated differently). I can enjoy some of it. There are good writers on here who I always look up.
And rhyme for me is, in any event, not the essence of poetry. "Hiawatha" is personal favourite.
But for me rhythm is.
Mon 24th Oct 2011 19:41
T'was my pleasure to get your eyes a-twinkling. I really enjoyed your stuff also, it's very lyrical and really sticks in your head. As an avid music fan it's just right for me. Keep 'em coming :).
Mon 24th Oct 2011 15:00
i could have written
this as a comment
but I've laid
it out like this
so now its
the word fuck
in so now
Wed 19th Oct 2011 21:46
thanks for your kind comment on my poem September
Wed 19th Oct 2011 18:24
Hello, dear! Thank you so much for your comment on "A Prayer". If you have time, please, have a look at it again as I've made some changes for better rhyming. Your opinion is very important for me.
With warmest wishes,
Wed 19th Oct 2011 15:51
M.C. Thanks for your comments on my poem "We Used to Make Love".
This is actually a made up poem. The only thing we do fight about is sex.
Him: "Honey I want to have sex."
Me: "Again, didn't we do that just last week?"
Tue 18th Oct 2011 16:45
Thank you for your comments on No More, M.C., appreciated, I also answered on the blog itself. x
Sun 16th Oct 2011 21:39
Thanks for the comments on "Imagine my Surprise". I will leave the line between fantasy and the autobiographical unclear.
Wed 12th Oct 2011 16:03
Thanks for commenting on "A Silly Goblin Poem".
My poetry has never been compared to anyone famous.
Nice illustration. Is it yours?
Dave D Poet Rhumour
Mon 10th Oct 2011 23:19
Hello MC - Thank you for your kind comments on 'True Love Starts' - they were much appreciated. Good luck with your book! Dave
Mon 10th Oct 2011 13:33
Thanks for your comment on my poem - glad it entertained. I've enjoyed taking a look through yours. I like your Thoughts at Christmas - in particular the way you accept loss as part of life and the fact that you can still see the magic in that life.
Tomás Ó Cárthaigh
Tue 15th Jul 2008 17:12
I like your poem.. short, to the point and rhyming. Am checking our your site now... will add your site to my links page... want to add my site http://www.writingsinrhyme.com to yours?
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