Philip Sidney

Primary tabs

TypeTitleAuthorRepliesLast updated
Blog entryStory and Poem of the Week and Inspiration Point. Philip Sidney06 months 3 weeks ago
StoryChrist in stitches mikesize176 months 3 weeks ago
StoryFreshwater Hedonism sean mcnulty36 months 3 weeks ago
StorySeasons of Hinksey Pool markle36 months 3 weeks ago
StoryFAMILY CONNECTIONS Linda Wigzell Cress176 months 3 weeks ago
StoryI think there is a man.... gletherby46 months 4 weeks ago
StoryAngel 48 (new beginnings) celticman77 months 1 day ago
StoryThe Tower That Wept forest_for_ever57 months 2 days ago
Storythis weather station JupiterMoon37 months 5 days ago
StoryEulogy Mood sean mcnulty57 months 1 week ago
StoryThe Twelve Steps of Poets Anonymous ralph77 months 1 week ago
StoryThat's Not The Way I Go Jane Hyphen207 months 2 weeks ago
Story2 Daffodil Poems well-wisher37 months 2 weeks ago
StoryA Prickly Pear's Lament luigi_pagano87 months 2 weeks ago
StoryThe Trees Reach Richard L. Prov...17 months 2 weeks ago
StorySecond Star to the Right mark_say97 months 2 weeks ago
Blog entryStory and Poem of the Week and Inspiration Point. Philip Sidney07 months 3 weeks ago
StoryAs birds do (3) Stephen Thom47 months 3 weeks ago
StoryAs birds do (2) Stephen Thom37 months 3 weeks ago
StoryAs birds do (1) Stephen Thom67 months 3 weeks ago
StoryNot Years catherine poarch247 months 3 weeks ago
StoryElephant Nest Chapter 2 mikesize117 months 3 weeks ago
StorySkull celticman247 months 4 weeks ago
StoryAngel 5 (houseparty) celticman87 months 4 weeks ago
StoryAngel 4 (at the dump) celticman137 months 4 weeks ago

Pages

My stories

Cherry

The Lost (Poetry Monthly)

Committed to memory black and white shot through with orange fire blood red stay forever burnt into retinas dna-cid melting white-hot-wired to the...
1 likes
Gold cherry
Poem of the week

Not a Shakespearean Sonnet

Performance poet put sounds in mouths to spit across the stage in firey streams, living dreams, from ancient times, making shadow shapes on shifting...
Cherry

Reykjavik 29/3/16

Lying in bed beneath a window, watching fat flakes fall through twiggy fingers of skeleton trees, listening to Kurt Vile, wondering how you got...
1 likes
Cherry

Bad at Games

Had a go at a prose poem - I think it is anyway...
2 likes
Gold cherry
Poem of the week
Pick of the Month

Bombinations

By CBS Television. - eBay item photo front photo back, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=21224677

Pages

379 of my comments have received 364 Great Feedback votes

1 Vote

How wonderfully restful.

Posted on Sat, 08 Jul 2017

How wonderfully restful.  Really nice use of rhyme too.

Read full comment

Posted in Soothing

1 Vote

Haha, serves him right!

Posted on Thu, 06 Jul 2017

Haha, serves him right!

Read full comment

Posted in The Errorphobe

1 Vote

I don't quite get it - but I

Posted on Tue, 27 Jun 2017

I don't quite get it - but I like it.

Read full comment

Posted in After Inventing Poe

1 Vote

Lots of interesting touches

Posted on Wed, 21 Jun 2017

Lots of interesting touches here, I really enjoyed it.

Read full comment

Posted in Daddio Returns

1 Vote

Haha!  I have long greyish

Posted on Sat, 10 Jun 2017

Haha!  I have long greyish hair too - if you do yours I'll do mine. laugh

Read full comment

Posted in Not Going With The Flow

1 Vote

A brilliant sense of place -

Posted on Sat, 10 Jun 2017

A brilliant sense of place - makes me want to go on my travels.

Read full comment

Posted in The House That Laurie Built (from Ribbentrop's Chair)

1 Vote

This evocative memoir is a

Posted on Wed, 24 May 2017

This evocative memoir is a breath of fresh air - It's our facebook and twitter pick of the day.  Well done!

Read full comment

Posted in JEAN (From Ribbentrop's Chair)

1 Vote

A lovely review of friendship

Posted on Thu, 18 May 2017

A lovely review of friendship.

Read full comment

Posted in Why God Invented Carts

1 Vote

Such a strong, lilting voice

Posted on Mon, 01 May 2017

Such a strong, lilting voice in this sad, thought-provoking piece.  Some things should not be forgotten.  Well done to your father, Elsie - this is our facebook and twitter pick of the day.

Read full comment

Posted in Shlamek

1 Vote

A great sense of immediacy.

Posted on Sat, 15 Apr 2017

A great sense of immediacy.

Read full comment

Posted in The Stone Fish

Pages