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Wed 22nd Sep 2010 14:34
good to hear of your new event at fuel bar...dunno if you remember me from the NW heat of the BBC slam...anyhow just wondering if there is an open floor section on Oct 4th?
Comment is about michael wilson (poet profile)
Original item by michael wilson
Fri 3rd Apr 2009 20:46
thanks for all your lovely comments about monday nite, i had a great nite. x
Wed 1st Apr 2009 10:09
Congratulations!!! Nice to speak to you over a fag.
Tue 31st Mar 2009 12:31
Congrats on last night, you were amazing!
Tue 31st Mar 2009 00:31
Congratulations on tonight! It's made me look at your page and I've got much more from reading your work. I particularly enjoyed the tension in 'drowned world' the uneasy sense of doing nothing, of filling time with over-thinking. I'll look forward to hearing more :)
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Tue 31st Mar 2009 00:03
Congrats Michael! Well deserved win.
Mon 30th Mar 2009 23:59
Congratulations on the win tonight! It was nice to meet you.
Fri 4th Jul 2008 09:04
Hi Michael - like Steve, I have to say, this is wondeful to read.
"And now your silence collects the dark..." Occasionally, a person reads a line and thinks ' I wish I'd written that', well, that's one example. What am I talking about? The whole thing is great from start to finish - and that's the big problem. It finishes! More - more - more...
Fri 4th Jul 2008 08:01
Good stuff, Michael.
The continuing story of adam and eve gets better with every read. Not entirely sure how it would sound performed. You'll have to post an audio file. (So will I for that matter).
I'm not one for absolutes, but by the time I got to the last three lines I was well hooked into the poem. They really punch their weight those lines, but in a kind of subtle way too - which is really effective and in no way preachy.
Liked it. Give us more, please.
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