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  • Sweetwater

    From sweetwater on Wolf Song (for Cindy)

    Very, very much enjoyed this lovely poem, it really conveys the cold harshness of deep hurt. Stunning images too. Sue 🙂

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    2017/01/05 at 11:15 am
  • Sweetwater

    From sweetwater on It never is too late

    Very much enjoyed your insightful words, a most interesting read 🙂 Sue.

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    2017/01/05 at 11:10 am
  • Sweetwater

    From sweetwater on Seaside after Christmas

    You have some truly wonderful lines here. An absolute joy to read. I am sure I have read this before, am I right or as I fear, just going quietly mad?
    Sue 🙂

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    2017/01/05 at 11:06 am
    • Nemo

      From nemo on Seaside after Christmas

      Thanks, Sue. Yes, you have read it before. I’ve been posting it this time of the year for the past few years. Just sharing. A bit obsessively, perhaps.
      Gerald.

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      2017/01/05 at 11:24 am
  • Shywolf

    From shywolf on Poetry Man

    “That man that hath a tongue, I say is no man,
    If with his tongue he cannot win a woman.”

    Shakespeare (The Two Gentlemen of Verona)

    A delightful rhythm and rhyme that should soften any woman’s heart. 😉

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    2017/01/05 at 3:37 am
    • Otreasaigh

      From otreasaigh on Poetry Man

      I wonder exactly how old Shakespeare actually meant that one, Shywolf. Thanks for your comment!

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      2017/01/08 at 8:25 pm
  • Nemo

    From nemo on Citizen

    Pleased you enjoyed it, Otreasaigh.

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    2017/01/04 at 8:56 am
  • Otreasaigh

    From otreasaigh on Wolf Song (for Cindy)

    Ah yes. It’s all about the singer and the song. Enjoyed the read.

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    2017/01/04 at 7:48 am
  • Otreasaigh

    From otreasaigh on Citizen

    Mr. Suburban Everyman in person. Enjoyed the read!

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    2017/01/04 at 7:45 am
  • Otreasaigh

    From otreasaigh on Seaside after Christmas

    You told it like it is… January in all its seaside glory. Enjoyed the read.

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    2017/01/03 at 9:18 am
    • Nemo

      From nemo on Seaside after Christmas

      Thanks for reading and commenting, Otreasaigh. The seaside was indeed a very miserable place for me in 1986 but things cheered up a bit in the end.

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      2017/01/03 at 10:04 am
  • Pronto

    From pronto on "Dingle Bound Epiphany"

    Bejaysus that was different. It wasn’t Puckoon you went to by any chance? Very ‘Milligan-esque. Thoroughly enjoyed.

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    2017/01/02 at 12:39 pm
    • Coolhermit

      From coolhermit on "Dingle Bound Epiphany"

      Thanks, it needed a drastic vivisection and got it – I’ve modified the ending too but not so much as to alter it – I’m taking my stuff to printer’s tomorrow – 82 pomes – quite a varied selection 🙂

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      2017/01/02 at 6:38 pm
      • Pronto

        From pronto on "Dingle Bound Epiphany"

        Good luck, I hope it proves popular and sells a lot.

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        2017/01/02 at 11:51 pm
        • Coolhermit

          From coolhermit on "Dingle Bound Epiphany"

          It is against my faith affiliation to sell anything – so I’m laying out the dosh and will give them to people who genuinely might like to read the stuff = I’ll keep you informed – am laying out 2000 quid tomorrow – should get a fair few for that 🙂

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          2017/01/02 at 11:58 pm