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Hey Fred, thank you for your comments and observations on "Sadness". Actually, I wrote this a long time ago, so I look at it from a different prespective now. Back then, I thought of it as some sort of nostalgia(perhaps for that bittersweet feeling that comes with sadness), for something quite opposite from the static perfection of happy days. I know it sounds strange but when everything is costantly "ok" for a period of time, you seek for something more..."romantic" like you said. But anyway, lets just say this is not one of the poems I am "proud" of, boredom urged me to post it heh. Thanks again for commenting.
-Maria
| Posted on 2007-05-05 08:59:20 | by AutumnLeaves - [ Reply to This ] -
  
Hi Fred, thanks for your comments. You're right, there's no resolution in this as it's just the beginnings of an idea I had. I'll post the next part...just wanted to get an idea if it was worth continuing.

Oh and to lay your nit to rest 'bugled' was purposeful...as in a sound. I did not mean bulged as in sticking out.

I've been terrible about getting any reviews done lately and I apologize for not coming by and commenting. I've been up to my ears with work, and have been trying to squeeze in some writing courses as well as a life. I hope to be able to come by soon and see what you have been up to, and perhaps have something useful to say.

Thanks Fred~Chris
| Posted on 2007-05-02 17:07:01 | by ponykeeper - [ Reply to This ] -
  
Ah ... about your reply to my comment on 'Airshow'. I gotta find more of your writing, I think! So many writers, so little time. But I liked 'Airshow' OK! There's not many poems I don't like ... and so I shouldn't really be trying to find fault with poets around here, except it seems to be the rules to do so!
| Posted on 2007-04-29 20:45:18 | by Glen Bowman - [ Reply to This ] -
  
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nessie
| Posted on 2007-04-29 07:39:31 | by comradenessie - [ Reply to This ] -
  
My theory of communicating stuff to The People. Despite broadcast media, the more subtle and intelligent human messages seem to pass as the ripples of conversation from one person to another. I mean, the ripples go out from all of us and some messages are poweful enough to survive many many translations between various kinds of minds ... like they say, "a good idea has a life of its own". Well I guess the Internet is good for that too! Talking to people who are interested is the way to get one's good ideas going and promote all the other good ideas. That's what we poets are doing together here. I think what I'm saying is, that this theory describes not only the best a person can do, but also gives us enough confidence that we aren't helpless. Confidence itself is psychically infectious! Maybe that's really what various exploitive groups are actually attacking in any way that seems to work? But I'm optimistic, I mean confident! Optimists are always the folk who find fault and make noise; since for pessimists there's no point in it!
| Posted on 2007-04-27 20:41:27 | by Glen Bowman - [ Reply to This ] -
  
Thanks for comment on 'Choosing a gift'. And it's nice to see you around again, where's yer bin?

I like hearing a poem's successful ... I got tall piles of personal effusions, but only a few make it out here, when I reckon they might apply to almost everybody as well as just me. Just looking at your work next, which I haven't done for ages ...
| Posted on 2007-04-26 22:03:43 | by Glen Bowman - [ Reply to This ] -



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