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  • Savvi

    From savvi on Underwater

    I can see why!! another delightful poem from you pen, I like the slow decent and all the details and esp the sunlight messaging it helps snap the reader from the trance, the ending is veiled and unexpected. Delicious. Keith

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    2019/08/23 at 4:56 pm
  • Mitch

    From mitch on Aftermath

    I hold my breath for fear of breathing you away
    A great line in a moving piece.

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    2019/08/23 at 1:02 pm
  • Mitch

    From mitch on The Buggeration Factor

    Nice humour and the pacy rhythm reminds me of Jonathan Cooper-Clarke ….

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    2019/08/23 at 12:59 pm
  • Mitch

    From mitch on The Daemon's Journey: He is Instructed

    Well written and atmospheric. Definitely a direction to be going in: the agent of Hell possibly rebelling against his/her overlord.

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    2019/08/23 at 12:57 pm
  • Savvi

    From savvi on Closing the Golden Door

    there is a poem in your reply allets, maybe I only see what they want me to see this far across the water.

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    2019/08/21 at 11:22 pm
  • Allets

    From allets on Closing the Golden Door

    “I lift my lamp beside the golden door” We sang the song in glee club. Yes, the door is still golden, the lamp lit, and the door knob owns a spectrum of black to brown to red to yellow to gold to tan to beige to white. – slc

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    2019/08/21 at 5:45 pm
  • Supratik

    From supratik on Do you see me ?

    Excellent. Was the last stanza really necessary I wonder.
    Before reading the last lines, I was kind of prepared with the line ‘love is blind’ as my comment, but then I stopped and reread the whole poem.
    Bon travail !

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    2019/08/20 at 8:32 am
  • Savvi

    From savvi on A real win

    Spoken like a true poet supratik, Im certain you have many real wins 🙂

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    2019/08/19 at 3:31 pm
    • Supratik

      From supratik on A real win

      Thank you very much for your kind words. Gratitude.

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      2019/08/20 at 8:25 am
  • Savvi

    From savvi on Mutability of Language

    Love the yellowing grass of shifting technology and all the observation you make in this well crafted piece, also really like the conclusion, so very true. Very much enjoyed, Keith

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    2019/08/19 at 3:10 pm
  • Guajiros

    From guajiros on Broken mind

    Hi, you say you write dark poetry. They don’t come much darker than this. I truly hope your clouds have been blown away by a better wind.

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    2019/08/17 at 8:57 am
    • Pelequininwonderland

      From Pelequininwonderland on Broken mind

      Thank you for you comments and good thoughts

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      2019/08/17 at 1:52 pm
  • Supratik

    From supratik on Il Pagliacco Bojo

    It’s quite a celebration of words, rhymes and rhythms. A pleasure to read.

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    2019/08/16 at 8:18 pm
  • Savvi

    From savvi on Thick-skinned

    write for writings sake, art for artsake who cares what they think or say, listen today improve tomorow.

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    2019/08/16 at 6:43 pm
    • Supratik

      From supratik on Thick-skinned

      Yes! Somebody who writes because he has to, thinks of nothing else. I admit striving for perfection is required, but it becomes a given anyway. Looking for a masterpiece in a text by a writer makes you either a wannabe or a gate crasher.
      Thank you for your words of wisdom.

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      2019/08/17 at 3:35 am
  • Savvi

    From savvi on Broken mind

    This is quite a heavy poem, im not sure what the writer wants me to take away from this, I guess the strongest stanza is S3 as it reveals the Copd in a poetic way but there seems to be a mix of emmotion that I must be missing something

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    2019/08/16 at 6:40 pm
    • Pelequininwonderland

      From Pelequininwonderland on Broken mind

      Just a personal journey through my illnesses written more for me than anyone else, but I thank you for your comments and appreciation of the description of copd in S3

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      2019/08/16 at 8:26 pm
  • Savvi

    From savvi on Ha ha ha!

    I I I like it very upbeat…..boo boo boo to the bla bla bla, my son you will go far.

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    2019/08/16 at 4:58 pm
    • Supratik

      From supratik on Ha ha ha!

      I have never received any comment as warm as this. Gratitude.

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      2019/08/17 at 3:29 am
  • Pelequininwonderland

    From Pelequininwonderland on Errrr

    Ass or arse it’s all a load of hot air lol amusing write

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    2019/08/16 at 3:11 pm
    • Supratik

      From supratik on Errrr

      Ha ha ha! True!
      When I come back and look at what I actually wrote, a mild embarrassment overpowers me. But when the wind is released there’s no way I can take it back.
      Thank you.

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      2019/08/17 at 3:44 am
  • Pelequininwonderland

    From Pelequininwonderland on Shadow Boxers

    This made me smile, and is an interesting way of looking at things, flows good and more than just a piece of nonsense but rather a good work

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    2019/08/16 at 3:10 pm
  • Pelequininwonderland

    From Pelequininwonderland on Damaged

    Very good question, one to many cannot face the answer to unfortunately, good write

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    2019/08/16 at 3:06 pm
  • Pelequininwonderland

    From Pelequininwonderland on Dark dust

    Totally atmospheric, the words grab you and at the same time chill you, you take the macabre and make it interesting

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    2019/08/16 at 3:05 pm
    • Savvi

      From savvi on Dark dust

      Thank you very much Pelequininwonderland, you are very kind to say so. Best Keith

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      2019/08/18 at 6:44 pm
  • Pelequininwonderland

    From Pelequininwonderland on The Bohdi-tree

    So very true unfortunately, well wrote

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    2019/08/16 at 3:01 pm
    • Guajiros

      From guajiros on The Bohdi-tree

      Thanks for reading this. Yes I agree with you I guess we never have enough.

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      2019/08/17 at 8:55 am
  • Pelequininwonderland

    From Pelequininwonderland on Ha ha ha!

    The only way I could describe this other than possative is ‘bubbly’ nice write

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    2019/08/16 at 3:00 pm
    • Supratik

      From supratik on Ha ha ha!

      Thank you. I could have never imagined writing on this. One of my friends from India asked if I belonged to any laughing club. I am glad you liked it.

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      2019/08/17 at 3:28 am
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