Poetics and Poetry Discussion
(4/4/2005 6:16:00 AM)
In the morning I saw Fred Astaire.
A bit later I went to the Fair,
they were talking about Tony Blair
how he told the old Prez they would share
how his people came over to care
in Iraq's deadly climate and glare
of the desert sun's rays that would tear
into skins and your eyes over there
but the women they don't like to bare
either faces or shapes of a pear,
and who could not display any flair.
I can't wait to return to O'Hare
it's my life that I want them to spare.
That makes 14 good lines now, mon frère.
But hold on and continue to stare,
this makes sixteen, just add the word Bear.
(4/4/2005 4:41:00 AM)
It's been a while since I've been there,
feeling the wind blow through my hair,
watching kids fly by while their,
joyous squeaks and yells fill the air.
Been a while since I stood outside to stare
as sun met snow, creating such a beautiful glare.
watching sunset, free, without a care,
before retiring before a fire in a cozy lair.
There's a warm place I'd like to share,
a place with such incredible beauty rare,
but to invite you in I see as only fair,
for if I don't you'll be a snack for that bear.
Allan James Saywell
(4/4/2005 4:22:00 AM)
My poem' boo hoo hoo kangaroo'is now a starter in your competition
ladies and gent's
(4/3/2005 11:12:00 PM)
Posted 3 to the challenge.
Janice M Pickett
(4/3/2005 7:58:00 PM)
Response to Rhyming Challenge
Sun is setting with a glow
I am feeling very low
My sister stares her name is Flo
as on my motorbike I go
past the houses in a row
with my dog bo barking so
I turn to wave but no no no
over the handlebars I go
landing head first in the snow
with no more ego
for me to show
response to challenge.
Janice M Pickett
(4/3/2005 3:28:00 AM)
I must join in the chorus of Farewells for someone who, undoubtedly, has been the foulest piece of turd that P/H has ever had to endure.
So let us pray that he never shows his filthy visage again in this neighbourhood, perhaps jail will teach him a few things, should the world be so lucky, although I doubt it.
I do not want to take the time to create a poem for the occasion, it is not worth it, of course.
But, I do feel sorry for the likes of Ann what's her name who consider this thing to be a top poet.......
They must all be on drugs.
(4/3/2005 1:51:00 AM)
RC is just joking. He knows how good he is.
Don't we wish.
I think I am gonna give him a 'one' or maybe a half!
(4/2/2005 11:41:00 PM)
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dear previous writer I should not worry about your ratings. If there anything like mine then you aint got nothing to worry about. If you think you write well then keep on writing. I do, life is as you see it not what people want you to write, so never think that you have upset someone along the way. cheers sylvia
(4/2/2005 9:49:00 PM)
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my tremendous overall rating has dropped over the course of 2 days from a lofty 5.5 to a meager 4.0- I think I set someone on fire- Too bad they can't take off the poems of mine on people's favorites list. McDonalds, I'm love'n it.Replies for this message:
(4/3/2005 8:52:00 AM)
Not to worry R, some masqued avenger on the board is obviously charged with a divine mission to deliver the power of '1' into our lives, thus spur us on to greater deeds: -) Who are we to complain a ... more
(4/3/2005 8:31:00 AM)
My rating has been doing a swan dive over the last day or so too.....don't worry about it. I was thinking the same thing...that I got somebody mad but I'm just gonna ignore it. Remember, the ratings ... more
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(4/1/2005 10:52:00 PM)
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Yes, Janice...right on target...but please permit me...I believe...after reading your 'stuff'...your poetry is very, very first class...excellent...there is no anthology that could do any of your work justice...your poetry is indeed top notch...in my humble opinion...