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hemihead
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hemi
Dangerous Mind
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When you get a comment you love, stick it up here...no pressure, but I love trolling for comments, and you'll save me some time :-)

rayheinrich
rayheinrich
Death Plane for Teddy
Tyrant of Words
Canada
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"I'm looking forward to whatever new social engineering experiments you have planned."

hemihead
hemihead
hemi
Dangerous Mind
New Zealand
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"i fathom
i leave nothing to
chance
romance
and dance vertical
then everlasting horizontal
till cums end
and one
then has to borrrow
a friends

ur poem of imagination ends
as cum ferments
perhaps inside cements"

opheliac
opheliac
Dangerous Mind
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A perfect tribute to the dearest... (subject)
And I can't imagine anything beyond that. Your dearest is so lucky. Your every word is like a jewel crowned by perfect artistry.

i have just received it from anandosen!
i can't thank you enough!


notapeot
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notapoet
Thought Provoker
United Kingdom
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I received lots of encouraging comments
for my piece. What to do. link below.
http://deepundergroundpoetry.com/poems/11760/

Jestalessa
Jestalessa
Dangerous Mind
Scotland
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"aw... the second ending was better!!!
(just joking, agree with changes

of course, as we all know, good writers are just terrible in bed and people who are good in bed don't need to be good writers. evidently there IS some justice in this world."

-le rayon du biscuit

rayheinrich
rayheinrich
Death Plane for Teddy
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Canada
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of course, people can be bad at both; but... i prefer to think of myself
as a good writer  :)

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A long time ago (in a galaxy far, far, away) I posted this poem:

    < life is its own metaphor >
     
       this cow
       on the other hand
       just shit on my foot
       
              - - -

And some wonderful asshole left this comment:


The statement that this poem’s form IS its content might seem to be an
empty utterance because it is so often employed to describe works like
this. But this poem is a case where saying so actually articulates the
work. Via their form, these words achieve languaged equivalents of
physic’s terms. It's a meditation on love, loss, and the nature of life
itself. Each line can be neatly taken out of its context and read as an
autonomous poem, albeit as a poem with the jagged edges that imply
interconnectivity. The collisions and fragmentations created by these
formal techniques create the feeling that it might be possible to sift
through all of them to reconstruct an Urtext that moves linearly
throughout all of our concerns. However, doing so would result in a poem
with a dramatically different meaning. Rearrangement and fracture are
seminal to these meditations’ span from self to other. They allow us to
forge a sense of being and thought that moves beyond a facile notion of
equation wherein the “personal is the political.” Instead the words
forge a bond of “and” and “both” as we find the thought of the
continuous-feeling speaker interrupted, reset, and in collision. The
attention directed to love is both personal and plural. Its attention is
both self-referential and panoramic. While these concerns and the
phrases that inscribe them would exist in this imagined Urtext, it is
the quality of interconnectivity that establishes, that forges and
seals, the poem's argument for the deeply interdependent nature of
being.

naijapoeteket
naijapoeteket
Idiong Divine
Fire of Insight
Nigeria
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"I have read and read again these words spilled so beautifully in all it's sadness"

opheliac
opheliac
Dangerous Mind
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it sure is wonderful!

naijapoeteket
naijapoeteket
Idiong Divine
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Nigeria
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[quote]opheliac said:
it sure is wonderful!


Oh yes it is.

anandosen
anandosen
Fire of Insight
India
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[quote]opheliac said:
A perfect tribute to the dearest... (subject)
And I can't imagine anything beyond that. Your dearest is so lucky. Your every word is like a jewel crowned by perfect artistry.

i have just received it from anandosen!
i can't thank you enough!



Hey Ophie!  you actually deserve that comment:-)

naijapoeteket
naijapoeteket
Idiong Divine
Fire of Insight
Nigeria
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"You have explained such a serious issue with so much of simplicity and divinity. I appreciate this work of yours something truly magical from the point of view on woman's liberty in this part of the world and I think you should be given some international prize on integrity and human rights."  ~ Anando Sen

rayheinrich
rayheinrich
Death Plane for Teddy
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Canada
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"Your wonderful poem was mercifully short."

anandosen
anandosen
Fire of Insight
India
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Well guys, two of the comment that I have recieved in this site have been milestones for me:

I loved it and it is now on my reading list...Lovers National Anthem! (Miranda)

it's a brilliant masterpiece
the nudity is described with such perfection it makes me want to run around nude as well!
my deepest and most sincere congratulations on this breathtaking piece    (Opheliac)


naijapoeteket
naijapoeteket
Idiong Divine
Fire of Insight
Nigeria
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and your drawing board is the sheet of paper in which you are composing your poems. If you are true by your heart as it seems to me, you are indeed a painter. And painting is an imagination which is given form by an artiste, like a musician, a magician, a poet...and the like. The sincere portrait of the open mouthed hunter is truly your imagination and I admire you Divine!!!  ~ ANANDOSEN

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