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Faeo 'Lyre' Clive


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  • Vivek Mishra (7/4/2014 4:16:00 AM)

    Not the one that you need, don't need anyone to succeed, very illustrative, classical style of writing, looking forward to read more of your work, keep up the good work. :)

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  • Olayinka Samson Aremu (12/9/2013 10:51:00 AM)

    Faeo Lyre Clive; a poet of intellectual sagacity whom his noble pen of correction and tutoring had brought me thus far. He is a wise and learned poet to walk with. A minstrel of high nobility that I so much reckon. More strenght to your pen!

  • Valsa George (9/2/2013 2:25:00 AM)

    Feo Lyre Clive, You are much above me! I am at a loss to interpret your verse...! Like Sisyphus, I roll up the rock of your verse to the cliff. But it slips my hold and falls to the ground each time, making me repeat my vain effort over and over again. Like Tantalus' gift, it recedes when reached for! From your lyre and from its chords, fall notes heavier than rocks and I am crushed beneath! This youngster from Greece, crams his verse with Greek myths and Roman legends... He is Orpheus of a different kind... I wish him all the Best!

  • Dickson Mseti (8/15/2013 12:46:00 AM)

    If life could define the end of everything, But it doesn't it gives you the experience to define it for yourself, If Life could ask me to define the end of you, This is what I could tell he will never end as long as his poetry exist, as long as the star shines and as long as minds exist, He will never end even long after his soul............. keep living brother

  • Ellias Anderson (8/2/2013 1:55:00 PM)

    well, i must say that you have a heart that is for humanity, clear as a crystal and i adore that. Your works (which i read) are gifts to the mankind.

  • Ramesh Rai (7/25/2013 11:48:00 PM)

    I have the experience that some poets are by birth, some are due to circumstances, some have fashion for poetry. Faeo 'Lyre' Clive is a poet by birth. His intensity for poetry is marvelous. He has a long life and i hope he will do more and more for poetry and make his own identity. I wish all the best for you.
    Ramesh rai

  • Pranab K Chakraborty (11/9/2012 7:36:00 AM)

    Journey always brings us variety of fathom and fragrance. Poetic journey can't be measured by any man-made unit. Just as I once was 'Apoet Bangla and one morning became astonished reading a poem by Faeo Lyre Clive who posted in PH by the caption... Apoet Bangla and in humaneness.... but now changing that disguise carrying my original name-profile. So I can confess my feelings. I became also much ashamed experiencing the passion and expectation of a poet from his contemporary another one.... Any way, now I am not apoet bangla, but yet I think that glorious offering by another poet really much inspiring. I can now enjoy it very much. It was Faeo who created the poem imagining a poet, as I now many times imagine the same within many others and obviously within Faeo Lyre Clive also. He has the spirit, the temperament, the trying to unveil the voice of unconscious by his own dialect of heart as a true poet. Wish he will attain a poetic-station where no-one even be able to keep their feet........Pranab k c 09/11/2012

  • Www. Poemhunter.com/m-d-dinesh-nair-2 (8/28/2012 11:25:00 AM)

    Dear Mr Faeo Lyre Clive,
    You are a poet with a unique passion and you have to be on this forum for years together for the power of your expression is marvellous. The themes have a splendid appeal each time and the diction always retains a superiority of its own. Your willingness to write at length on others` poems shows your great fellow feeling and you are sure to be a dear poet friend of all members over here.Keep writing Mr Lyre Clive |

  • Kipper Stagg (4/11/2010 2:30:00 PM)

    A very powerfull and deep writer very organic a joy to read
    Many thanks!

  • Enn Kay (3/30/2010 8:24:00 AM)

    A pretty writer you are,
    who pledge to stretch Poetry so-far.
    And may your works persist,
    as a lot of verve, in them, does exist.

Exiled

This lifeless vale of lying bones and skulls
houses no one, or days that we have had
but shall have us in court as the sort calls.

It is the grim reaper's with a large scythe,
argus-eyed, clothed in a black cloak, with
a hood; although many painters say lithe.

Empty gourds with a parrot's egg in each,

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