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When The Whole World Is Marching...

2017-10-17
A beautiful piece. What will it take and when will it happen? I fear never.


silent words

2017-10-17
This is so powerful. The short lines make it read like a drum roll. Wonderful work.


Churchgoers

2017-10-14
I love this. Bats in the church. It must happen a lot in old churches. There used to be a saying "bats in the belfry".


ocean and 18th

2017-10-14
You describe it all so well. I enjoyed reading it all.


Grief

2017-10-14
That must have been so awful to see while you were dealing with your own grief. I don't think we ever really recover from such things. Hugs.


Enters Minnie Grace

2017-10-14
This is so powerful. I think you may have posted it before. The lines about your father "throwing things so small and insignificant that they remain completely unaware of his presence." encapsulates the situation so well.


October

2017-10-14
Well done Bibek. This has everything. An enjoyment to read.


Where am I?

2017-10-14
I know the feeling. Well written.


Practicing Breathlessness

2017-10-10
Did you really do all that? It is all quite strange when you think about it. It sounds like you were an alien emulating being human. Your work is always so enjoyable :)


Ultrasardonical

2017-10-10
I can imagine the look on her face :) Still, pomposity is there to be pricked. This gave me a smile because I had completely forgotten how Dorothy was once turned to Dot :)


October 2 1996

2017-10-09
Life gives us time to forget, sometimes only partially, sometimes wholly. I am glad you were able to go for a walk and be part of nature on such a sad day.


About Not Giving Him Answers

2017-09-28
Perhaps ignorance can hide hope. I hope so :)


27 autumn poems

2017-09-28
So much going on here. It's wonderful :)


love

2017-09-28
Great piece. So rich in meaning.


Tanka the third

2017-09-28
Nicely done.


Notebook: September 21

2017-09-28
Interesting structure. Very effective.


WORDS!

2017-09-28
yes, and they can be incredibly powerful :)


All In The Waiting

2017-09-28
This is very good. Constructed carefully. An honest snapshot of life.


At Basantapur

2017-09-28
Very good. An encapsulated moment. Things we remember.


Sidetracked

2017-09-28
Interesting.


The "Ying Tong" Song

2017-09-25
I loved that song too. You juxtapose such a sad story with such a fun song. It works so well.


A few things you left behind you'll never miss

2017-09-23
Interesting that you examined it all like a detective. Why not I suppose.


Tanka the first

2017-09-23
Good to see you back. Nice work.


Irma

2017-09-20
So it is all Harvey's fault? Figures. You describe the fury and destruction well. The sadness it creates is unimaginable really.


Words

2017-09-19
This is a wonderful piece. Line after line like a beautifully constructed tapestry.


FOUR UMBRELLAS! (Read My Relaited Work - A Saw A Young Woman)

2017-09-19
Interesting Ken. We all have different lives.


Journey Home

2017-09-19
So sad. But people we should never forget.


One month with out you Ashley by Ann Wood

2017-09-19
So sad, but written with great love.


The Deepest Pain

2017-09-19
This is very good Bibek. An interesting thought on the photos of lost loved ones.


Do Or Die

2017-09-19
Lol, rivers can have that attraction :)


All Connected.

2017-09-19
Nicely done :)


Her Majesty

2017-09-19
Yes, this is quite sad. An old queen forced to watch time pass slowly. Very interesting.


Metamorphosis

2017-09-13
Well done. Such events throw about our whole life meaning.


Irma and I, Aftermath

2017-09-12
It must have been shocking to be part of and I am glad you are safe. Hopefully relief will come to those who need it and the human spirit will endure. It is in times like these that our compassionate nature comes out. Well I hope it does anyway.


EGOS!

2017-09-09
Sounds like a good cafe ken.


Asking God about the Spider

2017-09-09
All things can be wondered upon. I prefer spiders to cockroaches, although roaches cannot hurt you. I wonder if they have ever inspired poets or revolutionaries? Anyway I enjoyed reading this.


Slowly The Day Eases

2017-09-09
Love the Gordian knot reference. It is a time for reflection.


IRMA AND I

2017-09-07
Take care my friend and I hope to read a great piece from you about it soon.


Thoughts from the floor

2017-09-07
So much sadness to the point of unfeeling. Well expressed.


Musings On Weather

2017-09-07
Your command of language is so great. Perhaps the weather is something man have "mused" on more than anything else.


Once is Enough

2017-09-06
Good decision. Just use it to take the winning lotto numbers back to the newsagent.


THE DAY! (WITH THANKS TO JAMSBO ROCKDA WORK)

2017-09-06
Well done Ken. Makes more sense than mine.


Spy Pond Chronicles

2017-09-06
I am lost but well entertained :)


Your Silence

2017-09-06
Wonderful language. This is great work.


Sometimes, Everything Is About Water

2017-09-04
Water is the stuff of life and sometimes of death. This piece is laced with disappointments and doubt. I like the way it is structured and the ongoing theme. Oh and the line "All life sails to death in the time of water. " is brilliant.


A box of broken pieces

2017-09-04
So sad, but well written.


Bad Hair Day?

2017-09-04
Love the language Helen :)


Gone And Left

2017-09-04
Very nice and quite practical :)


We Might Rock You

2017-09-04
Very good. Love the titles. We can only do what we can do.


In The City of Juarez

2017-09-04
This is so good. I like the "mango tree" reference. It must be hard to be in a city where people come to do bad things. But kismet can hit us anywhere.