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RE: The Poet Weeps

"you have much to give,
in silence and tears,
as the one who may live
without fears..."


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RE: Not every day can be roses and wine

There is still a child inside of you, since you can distinguish particular things happening within nature, as nature is God's gift for us humans. in the spirit of youth, comes the spring of inspiration, for the one who writes seeking.. besides its maturity, for the path left behind, as a reminder to the natural way of life

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RE: DAFFODILS

South > thank you, i already know about the website, so as many others, where i had in past accounts or being active.

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Spring

Ty Timotie much appreciated: hug:

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Spring

hi Lacey Queen ty for your kind remarks I adore spring: laugh:

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RE: Any Day is Mother's Day

Of mothers i can only say this...

Why search for angels when mothers walk the earth.

She is a mother and her life a celebration angel

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RE: DAFFODILS

Worldwide thanks for sharing this beautiful poem from your intended poet. Themirror, you can find a section reserved for poetry masters on allpoetry.com. It is a free site and it is all about poetry. If you want to upgrade them that is up to you. SM.

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RE: Sonnet #17

“I wasted time, and now doth time waste me;
For now hath time made me his numbering clock:
My thoughts are minutes; and with sighs they jar
Their watches on unto mine eyes, the outward watch,
Whereto my finger, like a dial's point,
Is pointing still, in cleansing them from tears.
Now sir, the sound that tells what hour it is
Are clamorous groans, which strike upon my heart,
Which is the bell: so sighs and tears and groans
Show minutes, times, and hours.”


quote by William Shakespeare

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RE: DAFFODILS

William Wordsworth, hmmm...
would have been nice that in this website to be a section reserved for poetry masters.
this poem reminds me of Shelley's solitude from "Aziola"

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RE: Sonet #22

Reading the other sonnets, i recognized Shakespeare. It is a bit odd, to not have noticed in the beginning.
still for me is a dillema why in this sonnet, were technical issues which i noticed. i guess that were intentionally left, by the original author?! whatever reason Shakespeare might have had, i was surprised to find this sonnet who kept the tradition, and give attribute to a different author.
shall correct myself, and bring word about Shakespeare.
it was indeed, one of the founder of english sonnet - for because the origins of this form of poetry is found in Petrarchian style. Shakespeare was the 1st poet in history to adapt the original form into a new one, as latin language using vocals mostly and different patterns of poetics.
thanks for sharing.

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Oceanzest

RE: Space

Yeah I'm a kid of the 70's, I can just remember the moon landing mcradloff, NASA did a good job of selling us the programme even though I hear public opinion was not favourable in the majority, better to help the poor they said but we need great achievements to look back on, even poor kids liked astronaut stuff. Buzz Lightyear - to infinity and beyond!

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RE: Sonet #22

That is very nice, to find what is called a Sonnet, indeed. or, at least, something to really resemble.
Regarding technical details, are few mistakes, for example "expiate", it is too rigid for the rhyming, and gives a plasticity to the entire verse, if would be a comparison among things that must relate to eachother. Also, condensing the verses, would be desirable.
However, i like using old english words, in your verses, as well as the connection you tried to achieve by rendering an architecture in the expression. Good comprehension over what a Sonnet should represent, from an artistical standpoint which is not so often seen (or, at least i haven't seen it being placed into practice/ applied).
I think i will go ahead and read some more, i see you have more sonnets in the listed postings.

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RE: The quotes garden - XIV – To the bards

I have felt pretty lonely in this town of Platteville, this poem really says it!

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RE: Love on the second floor

I remember going to a classical music class back in 1987 at the college here in town. I really didn't care for it as the music was not my favorite. I liked Tiffany, Michael Jackson, George Michael, and a lot of other musicians back in the 80's.head banger

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Lament for a C/S Poetess.

I'm very grateful for your kind comments Lacey.

Kind regards...
Mick.

wave

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RE: ME

"when you look into a mirror,
what do you see?!
what's within you,
or
a reflection of yourself?!."


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RE: Your world is different from my world

May them be different, but the wood floats on water.

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RE: Death's Opus

*typing error
"seek and learn from the crystals..."

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RE: Death's Opus

That is why you have tied "snow-covered-muse". for there is a different side of the page.
if ever return here, and read what is written on the other side,
seek and learn from the chystals...

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Oceanzest

Zebra apocalypse

haha yeah just a spot of imagination, but I think the zebra are plotting moping

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RE: Perspective...

Great poetry
I.love this Poem
Such wisdom
A world to roam
Love it

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CALLING ALL POETS!

But they refuse what I suggest, and I realize 'their haunting's a request to sing my song, so they may sleep.

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RE: Zebra apocalypse

Ouch ! Poor zebra.
Thanks for share Ocean.

Regards Mick.

thumbs up

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RE: If I Was Your Man

Very fervent words Herzmann,
A very fond statement of intent.

Best wishes
Mick.

beer

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RE: Portrait of the soul

Lovely poem of spiritual recovery Marina,
Very nicely written from the soul.

Regards Mick.

angel

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RE: Portrait of the soul

the fact that you have tried to assemble an image and video to the written lines, show a desire of expressivity. in poetry, it matters, when comes about representation, as poetry combines spacial and temporality elements progresively - from which the one who adheres to connect the inner being, to manifestation, can do these either be a blank verse, or rhyming, without concern of technical details (except if necessary). In study upon Poetics, free verse abides the rules, and thus, the one who writes is concerned more of actual representation of a painting.

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RE: a three lined poem

It's enjoyable; i still think you could have condensed it more.
i do like the separate introduction you set for the reference,
"autumn paves it's way" (quoting from it)

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RE: If I Was Your Man

Nicely written my dear poet. Surely this one will attract many ladies for you ....Thanks for sharing. SM

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RE: Zebra apocalypse

Nice Haiku Oceanzest. I think the apocalypse of wild life is coming...SM

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RE: The Wise Man

You said it. False prophets will be rising. Be wise to be aware! SM

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Oceanzest

RE: Imagination

mmm bewitching, not formulaic, liked it. thumbs up

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RE: The Wise Man

"The economy of human life" by Robert Dodsley > author of the quoted text.

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Marchmadness03

Oh! My Cripled Soul

Thanks So. Miami for your comment, yes there are people who feels that there is no hope.: moping: blues

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RE: Oh! My Cripled Soul

March. You really wrote pure despair here. Sorry if your friend went through so much. Life is hard for us all. Not many can pass the challenge sometimes. Thanks for sharing. SMhug

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