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A lovely descriptive poem, Di
Posted on Thu, 28 Mar 2019
A lovely descriptive poem, Di, with the first three lines as an introduction that grabs the readers' attention right away. The verses that follow reveal that something as mundane as a walk to the shops evoke feelings so deep that one can easily...Read full comment
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Good use of the language,
Posted on Wed, 27 Mar 2019
Good use of the language, Jane. I like 'orbicular shapes' and the crafty suggestion that Barry Gorringe might rhyme with orange as no other rhymes come readily to mind. I seem to have read that 'door hinge' would be suitable.
I too was...
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Eight-lines stanzas. I am
Posted on Wed, 13 Mar 2019
Eight-lines stanzas. I am impressed, Jane. I thought the poem very amusing, what with the lippety lippety rabbits and the strange fellow with the brillo fuzz, not forgetting the main protagonists, the whippets. Brilliant.
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You have stuck to the
Posted on Tue, 12 Mar 2019
You have stuck to the technical brief exceptionally well, Jane. The fact that you were able to cope with the unfortunate situation by composing a little poetic gem is admirable - although small consolation for losing your job.
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Your description of the
Posted on Sun, 17 Feb 2019
Your description of the various feelings that looks can generate is spot on, Graham. They can mean love, passion, jealousy and even hostility. The latter attribute reminds me of the sixties when confrontational Teddy Boys used the expression "wot...Read full comment
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Oddily enough, Di, this poem
Posted on Mon, 11 Feb 2019
Oddly enough, Di, this poem brings to mind the principles of the economic law of diminishing returns: you can invest more and more resources but eventually a saturation point will be reached. It is a meataphor for life itself as your piece...Read full comment
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