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M Heathcote

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Poetry is Life Waiting to be Born

2014-07-15
I miss your poetic voice here. Your insight and your worldly, love.


THE RUPERT PLAYS JESUS (WORLD WAR ONE)

2014-02-23
I agree, you take us back to those dark times the comradely, and even those class divides that was so prevalent back then. When, they shot them for cowardice for not going over the top to a certain death.


The Town Churchyard

2014-02-23
I like this Elle your little delicate descriptive touches are beautiful.


Irascible Woman

2013-02-12
You have defiantly got your mojo back, truly you were on song here! :)


moral-less fable

2013-02-12
This is great Liliana I much enjoyed it and happy belated birthday wishes to you. x


sweet satin sheets

2013-01-29
Take the sand as a metaphor for time. I love these lines.on sweet satin sheets
sand has no chance to scratch the skin of thoughts,
and all that matters
is the fluidity of shadows
making one’s imagination blush.


Sometimes I wonder who you are

2013-01-28
There's a lot of underlying affection here. It seems from this shadowy, lady. Who, it sounds like wants or has had an affair of the heart. An affair that once made a big splash, but is now just barely visible beyond the ripples observed from afar. Lovely written poem I enjoyed.


Finishing

2012-12-14
Nice poem, and the ending gives it bags of charm. :)


Can't

2012-12-14
A powerful introspective piece of writing, I liked it a lot. Such honesty but emotionally tempered to very good effect. ;-)


laced waters - sonnet

2012-12-13
I've read this a few times and I love it, it reads like some of Anna Akhmatova poems working through the night till those first wisps light. :)


Freedom

2012-12-13
Great wisdom exhibited here good write!


There's Just This Special Something

2012-12-13
This such a lovely spiritual poem, much enjoyed! :)


panta rhei – sestina

2012-12-13
Like rosaries of dust and time –
when river whirls like that, enjoy the view,
‘tis then that all the strings around it rhyme.
Your poem is magical, I love the repartition
Of the rhyming scheme the whole poem flows
Winding along like the river and time its self.
Just beautiful Lilly a true work of art.


Mentioning The Sea

2012-12-12
Very clever and witty a great read thanks for sharing it with us. :)


Picturing Heaven's Lines

2012-12-12
There are many wonderful lines in this beautiful well written poem that resonate! loved it. :)


Thank you!

2012-12-11
Its good to see you posting back here again Lilly your back Catalogue must be enormous by now I for one will look forward to reading them. :)


withering - haiga

2012-12-08
A lovely haiku Lilly


Baucis

2012-12-08
A beautifully weaved poem out of Greek mythology, you've lost none of your talent my friend great work. :)


Fire in the garden of stillness

2012-12-08
I'm not sure gardens are ever still even in the midst of winter but love work nice poem. :)


The Heart of a Woman

2012-12-07
Beautifully written a lovely read :)


The bird of joy is singing

2012-12-07
A lovely spiritual write nice one! :)


Note to Lilly (after reading "Wreck")

2012-12-07
A lovely written nature poem I much enjoyed. :)


Note to Lilly (after reading "Wreck")

2012-12-07
A lovely written nature poem I much enjoyed. :)


It Beats Me

2012-12-07
This reminds me of my misspent youth lol :)


power has consequences

2012-12-07
poignant for today! ;-)


Drift

2012-12-07
Nice write, I like the way your thoughts are expressed... Their so real and meaningful, no meandering around, and hook the reader strait off. :)


The Blue Moon

2012-12-07
I was looking at the brightest moon I ever did see last week.
And whilst I was looking I was all so thinking how can that be?
How can a lump of dead rock shine so bright... the world is a gazing as are your pictures in words ((Zola))...


Ghost Train

2012-12-07
This felt like a kind of dream in that I couldn’t pin it down… a very interesting read my friend.


butterfly

2012-12-07
It felt like a brutal but beautiful exploration of oneself… Loved it good read :)


She dreamed

2010-01-06
a song of hope. much enjoyed it but felt it would have ended better with hope!


When I Die, I won’t turn to Dust…

2010-01-06
((Zoya))
Let’s hope we join with you on the wind in this journey, through time immemorial.
Together with all our poetry friends; like plum blossoms shingled across the shores of a chamomile ocean.
Let the winds and the tide, be one with all our voices.


The new year 2010

2010-01-06
The thoughts you share here with us are beautiful and happily received. :)


Digging Deep

2010-01-05
A thoughtful and caring tone of voice; if only she’d looked if only she’d listened.


Reading Write

2010-01-05
I share your point of view fully and am in total agreement with you..? :)


Eve, in memoriam

2010-01-05
Wow, last time I visited this site you were a young girl and now you’ve blossomed into a beautiful young lady. But as always your poetry is constant and sublime.


Across the Table

2010-01-05
Painterly pictured by an artist hand.


Confession

2010-01-05
Kathy, I use come here regularly because you and the Lastromatichero filled these hallowed hallways with so much love.
It was before and ever shall be you’re domain. Kathy, his heart is still here, his words are still here. Like maturing rose buds his words are yours for the picking. The two of you made sweet eternal music in this enchanted garden together.
We have all enjoyed visiting. So please dear pluck those thorns from your heart and take a deep, deep breath and return to your garden he is the robin as you are the snowdrop appearing from the snow and I’m sure so shall your wondrous heart grow warm and strike from the ice to stand gaily proud like a golden daffodil. Mark xxx


C'est La Vie

2009-06-08
good write!


Higher Heights

2009-06-08
On cloud nine, ah, a much enjoyable read thanks for sharing.


On hearing the news

2009-06-08
It’s like an old Polaroid this poem and it is very much in touch with its subject.


Optimistic

2009-05-08
I love these poems Elle there just like Polaroid’s
showing smudges she missed
and the nose print
of hope looking out.
Wow, I loved all of these beautiful reflections.


The Veranda

2009-05-08
The whole poem Elle seems to just roll of your tongue
and like the rug the whole thing becomes a tapestry
of woven beauty. Good write!


Din of Silence

2009-05-08
Great write, Kathy, examining every nuance of thought is all that’s ever often left us.


A Voter's View

2008-11-05
Wisdom and grace combined together, here. Nice write, Kathy


Stone Skies

2008-11-02
While I sleep the sleep of the insane: I’ve had an out of body experience like this which I know my mother also has. But this one I had was well weird. Not only was I aware of floating above myself I was also aware of lying in my bed asleep in a dream, and aware that my eyes were fully open.
As though I had three separated consciousness, with each one asking the same question? Which one am I who is the real me. Loved your poem bookmarked.


Nut Ward

2008-10-31
I enjoyed your style of writing; it felt like you are speaking directly to me and me alone.


No Voice But My Own

2008-10-30
This is a very honest write, Kathy, and not much else can I say, except we all feel for you at this time. I’m sure this emptiness won’t last because of the wonderful character you have. Maybe it’s time you looked at filling your social calendar in with something new and off the cuff. :) You look to me like someone who could or can dance. I know you’ve had ill health yourself but I bet there are loads of things you could be doing. Give something new a whirl and make a few new acquaintances’ but please keep your pen flowing, dear.


Where are we headin'?

2008-10-29
Development always means growth and growth always leads to destruction! Man will always wage war on the planet as long as man is here! The countries of the world are like ant colonies. They can get along peacefully as long as there is resources’ to be had. But once they are gone, its then each ant nest will attack its neighbour. What else can nations do with jobless soldier ants? This is the sad fate man has been living since time and memorial.

Nice write by the way. Mark


The Hostel Dead

2008-10-26
I enjoyed the Read, Kathy, as always you write wonderfully...


Haiku

2008-10-23
Nice Haiku much enjoyed...