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Jamsbo Rockda

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Sonnet 7

2017-02-21
I agree, there are some great lines in here. My favourite was "precincts of your smile". You know you are reading a good poet when every line is a zinger :)


When I Win Me the Lottery

2017-02-21
Very good. I like the ending.


Never Came Home

2017-02-21
yes, we should always remember.


All I am

2017-02-21
This is sad in a way. But maybe most people are like that.


Lunch?

2017-02-21
The candle still burns. Hope still trying to connect.


A flower garden

2017-02-21
Beautiful and worth thinking about.


FIRST THEY WERE FOR THE MIGRANTS! (a work in progres)

2017-02-21
Yes Ken. it is a very slippery slope.


www

2017-02-21
I think it is not mean't to. That is the beauty of it.


Spiritual partners

2017-02-21
Nicely done :)


what to do

2017-02-21
I love the term "techno stupor". Not many people stand up for what is right anymore. Or when they do stand up they usually do not know the full story of their cause. The word "idealistic" is now an insult. There is no more honor, generosity or courtesy. Don Quixote has died in our hearts. I know that this fine piece is probably about american politics. Forgive me my little rant.


Blessed Space

2017-02-21
This is so beautiful. Almost devotional. It exudes the joyous nature of a true relationship.


February Fourteenth

2017-02-20
Lots of good imagery Bibek. It makes the reader wonder what could be so depressing after all that natural brilliance.


The Answer

2017-02-19
Very nice. Richness is in with people we love.


Nostalgia

2017-02-19
Nicely done. Objects can initiate vivid memories.


A Barbed Life

2017-02-13
You explain the journey so well. The format works so well that I think they should put this on a plaque mounted on the next space probe destined for deep space. It would make more sense than anything else we would try to explain. Great stuff :)


Purple Iris Fields of Time

2017-02-13
This is simply beautiful Kathy. But I am sure your heart is not that ancient. I love the mention of Saturn's rings and the imagery is so wonderful.


fordism

2017-02-10
Interesting stuff. The politicalness of movement. By Ford do you refer to Henry Ford?


Urgent Matter

2017-02-10
This is good. Incredibly profound. Probably too much so for my meager brain. But the idea that we become stardust is such a pleasant idea.


Far From Home

2017-02-10
This is very nice. It must have been a good song. The rhymes are great and the ending hits home.


New beginning

2017-02-10
Time speeds up when we are happy. At least it seems to. I enjoyed this.


Thinking

2017-02-10
This is really beautiful. The sentiment flows through so sincerely :)


Look Up

2017-02-10
I like this one. We would all like to fly and do the things you mention. I hope you make good use of that jacket for a long time :)


Je ne regrette rien - je regrette beaucoup!

2017-02-08
Can there be shame without regret? That song is one of the most powerful statements of human frailty I have ever heard.


robots

2017-02-08
Interesting work. I suppose the robots would have to become sentient before it becomes a problem.


When I look around, I still see cavemen

2017-02-06
You paint a bleak but true picture. We have sold the future for the monetary comfort of today. Stripped our morality for the selfishness of our small worlds. Nicely written.


Beware

2017-02-06
Well done :)


Thinkers

2017-02-06
Wonderful :)


AS A WRITER!

2017-02-06
Unfortunately yes ken. But you need to keep writing.


See Now!

2017-02-06
Sounds positive. Making the best of a bad situation. That is all we do I suppose. This piece is focused and quite profound. Kind of like Harrison's "Be Here Now".


A Wonder

2017-02-06
Oooo. How nice. Your passion and tenderness of thought is so nice. You have such a warm heart. :)


After All Has Been Broken

2017-02-06
After many storms things that are familiar are comforting. It is the storm that destroys us, not each other. The metaphor here is powerful and full of wisdom. Hugs.


Under-water

2017-02-06
So wonderful. I suppose when you are in the ocean, no-one can let you down and marine animals have reason to do things. Unlike humans who are unfathomable (a marine pun there). But don't give up on people. Some may surprise you. I enjoyed this but felt a bit sad.


Alternative Information

2017-01-31
This is an accurate and very astute piece. Alternate information is a misnomer. I thought he actually said "alternative facts" which is even worse. I have done a bit of debating online and term defies belief. There is a battle going on for the truth and I fear no-one will really win.


Underwater

2017-01-31
Stark but pure. Perhaps you see better underwater now.


The mind I love

2017-01-31
So nice :)


Haiku for Burns' Night

2017-01-31
Good one. It seems we have not advanced in civilization since ancient chinese times.


La La Land

2017-01-31
Great but sad. I have not seen the movie but I have heard that it is good. It is sad that she has thrown away her dreams. Sometimes they are all we have.


January Springtime

2017-01-31
Beautiful. It made me want to dance with them :)


Bodies

2017-01-31
I see this as about how we treat our old. It is very good and very relevant to these times.


Break of Dawn

2017-01-28
I agree this is beautiful. You capture the moment when a bird suddenly leaves and gives you a sense of wonder. I think that poetry is 99 percent observation and you do that so well.


Material musings

2017-01-22
Beautiful. You have a knack for staying in the metaphor and rolling it into great meaning.


Speechless

2017-01-22
The title is good and so is the piece. It has a beautiful feeling of connection between the two worlds so that each becomes blurred into the other. Great work.


Poetry's Chapel

2017-01-22
Yes, that is what we look for. Something new that even surprises us. You describe it well.


For

2017-01-22
Brilliant :)


A Human Failure

2017-01-22
Well done. Why do we cringe at the being human? Our flaws and failures rebuild us every day.


Recliner

2017-01-22
Powerful stuff. We all become recliners. But not many with such conciliatory acceptance.


Masquerade of Love

2017-01-17
Very well analyzed. It is the constructs that give us all the problems. But then again they give us all the romanticized pleasure too. Do I believe in love? Yes. Do I know what it is exactly? No, lol


Universe

2017-01-16
Reminds me of a telephone exchange. You describe our place in the universe very well.


it's not a stupid idea

2017-01-16
It would be the evolution of cultures. Interesting to think of.


I am Nightshade

2017-01-16
This exudes confidence and sexuality. Great stuff.