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Lea Foverskov

28 years old from Denmark


The latest comments that Lea Foverskov has written.

Im Sorry

2008-12-04
So beautiful and so true - it inspired me. Thank you!


Love is made up of..

2008-05-18
Jeg elsker norsk! I'm Danish, and I love the Norwegian language - maybe translate it with

"Love consists of...
you and me."

But yes, so true, so short, sweet, and beautiful!

-Lea


Love starts with..

2008-04-12
Oh my, this is great! Back to basics, remembering what this is all about! Keep writing!!

-Lea


Lovers.. (Sad Love Poem)

2008-04-01
OMG! This is depressing, so sad, and also beautiful. Romeo and Juliet all over in a modern version!

-Lea


Hate the player?..

2008-04-01
Oh I'll hate the player once in a while, for you can love the game in spite of the player! But a good point! :)

-Lea


You tears..

2008-04-01
Oh my God, this took my breath away! Beautiful!

-Lea


My secret..

2008-04-01
The way you connect the lines and you own thoughts is wonderful!

-Lea


If I die!

2008-04-01
Oh, isn't this what all of us think about our own deaths? Bookmarked!

-Lea


I swear I can fly..

2008-04-01
Short and sweet!

-Lea


Do Love give any reasons to live?

2008-04-01
You're saying what everybody is thinking in such a short and succinct manner, I'm amazed!

-Lea


Way to you..

2008-04-01
Beautiful! (I'm shortening down my comments in an attempt to imitate you :)

-Lea


The most powerful religion..?

2008-04-01
I agree with everyone else! :) Beautiful, short write. You say such amazing things with so few words!

-Lea


Your death is my hell..

2008-04-01
In so few words you say exactly what you think, precisely. Sad, beautiful, simple, and to the point. Thanks!

-Lea


Alive or Death?

2008-04-01
Oh man, such a powerful expression in so few words! Great write!

-Lea


Jack London - First super author by M.A.Meddings

2008-04-01
Thanks for the great and interesting biography. Your keen interest in this writer and his themes shine through in your text, and really reminds me that I have to read some of his works (ashamed, I must admit I have never read anything of London...)! Thanks for the inspiration!

-Lea


Malice by M.A.Meddings

2008-03-31
I loved the point of view of this one, Mike, really great way of turning the tables on the reader!

-Lea


Wearing A Hat by M.A.Meddings

2008-03-31
Personally, I love hats and although my head (and esp. my hair) is not well suited for wearing one, I enjoy seeing hats on other people's heads. Esp. the fedora on Bogart! Great write about a culture that will hopefully soon be back!


Rhyming

2008-03-30
Just to comment on Rob and clear off any misunderstandings, I wrote it, but have no recollection of doing so! :)


Hot Blushes by M.A.Meddings

2008-03-29
Beautiful, romantic, and it is clear that you are receving divine inspiration!

-Lea


Breakfast In Albany by M.A.Meddings

2008-03-29
Beautiful and simple! So down to earth in its celebration of your love. Wonderful!

-Lea


Lady Agnew Of Lochnaw by John Singer Sargent- the ultimate portraitist

2007-11-11
wow, and what passion you feel for art and this artist! not only is it great to be informed, but not unlike rob, you enjoy teaching, sharing the passion, and i love to be at the receiving end! keep them coming!

-Lea


Quiet word

2007-11-11
i like this! really refreshing way of putting things! words can be so deceitful.

-Lea


You Enthrall Me by M.A.Meddings

2007-11-11
great poem on how love changes us all!

-Lea


Rapture In The Rain a cowrite by Katherine and Michael

2007-11-03
beautiful text guys! i loved the way you were writing independently in the beginning, different verses etc., and then combine your writing. i think the last verse could have taken a little more 'we' rather than 'I', 'him', 'her' - but that's just me! yet another beautiful co-write.

-Lea


Katerina Le Hogue by M.A.Meddings

2007-11-02
wonderful ode to your love! it makes the rest of us swoon... :)

-Lea


Jandillas In The Afternoon by M.A.Meddings The last Jandilla

2007-11-02
wonderful! great description of the place, the audience, the fight itself. i didn't just feel i was there, i felt like i was in the ring. great work!

-Lea


Spring will pass

2007-10-27
humorous, and yet with a serious note to it (i know you didn't want this to be serious, but time is nevertheless an important and serious topic! :) great!

-Lea


What else am I supposed to do?

2007-10-27
this is truly wonderful! lovely rhymes and flow to it, and a sad love story. it has it all!

-Lea


Keep above sinking level

2007-10-27
it seems like much more than a game! i like the analysis of love, in its different forms and shapes - and the metaphor of water and the sea is great. nice piece!

-Lea


History repeats itself

2007-10-27
this is a wonderful poem, great play with words, and exploration of the human nature. it has a good flow to it. a great reminder to us all!

-Lea


Pretty Freckle Face by M.A.Meddings

2007-10-26
wonderful text, mike, always good to see your love! it keeps up my hopes.

-Lea


Wow! Thats Some Deposit Inside her Closet by M.A.Meddings

2007-10-26
this poem goes esp. wonderfully with kathy's comment and i'd say 'answer' to your poem. wonderful exchange of feelings!

-Lea


c what - mean?

2007-10-26
i LOVED this!!! amazing stuff! truly fantastic rob! i was struggling to get through it, to understand the i's that were gone, and suddenly my face lit up in a smile as i realized your mission. great work!!!

-Lea


Low Cut Dress by M.A.Meddings

2007-10-26
delightful text! wonderful expression of the immediate desire in a mere look. great work!

-Lea


Glass Bouquet

2007-10-21
Wonderful poem - like Kathy wrote, it creates images in one's mind, different beautiful images. Although I hate singling out verses from a poem that's a whole, I did especially enjoy this one:
"Shining ray
Reflect light off the dull blades
Of the petals of bouquets
Bounce back to my crowd"
Thanks!

-Lea


My Brother

2007-10-21
i found myself reading this out loud with a rhythm that just flowed smoothly ahead. i've always wanted a litte brother - i envy you your love!

-Lea


Jandillas In The Afternoon by M.A.Meddings

2007-10-21
agree with the other comments here - but would also like to say that i admire the play between the beautiful young woman and the gory blood spilling in the arena. opposites somehow, but brought together for this display in the afternoon. great piece!

-Lea


I Remember.

2007-10-20
being able to talk and write about it is an important step. a truly great poem for expressing the feelings that you felt.

-Lea


The Eastern Winds

2007-10-20
wow, what a breathtaking and beautiful piece on the beauties, wonders and workings of nature. a great delight to read, with its flow and rhymes. it reminds me of Tolkien.

-Lea


Anorexia Nervosa

2007-10-20
what an extremely sad, but good and true poem. it is so important to be aware of this dreadful disease, and writing and talking about contributes to this. so an important poem, but also good in its poetry - there is a flow and rhythm over it, occasionally punctuated, that i enjoy. great piece!

-Lea


I and me, me and I

2007-10-20
a very true write, and i can really relate to this feeling. if you can't be yourself with another person, then you shouldn't be around that person. good write!

-Lea


When Was I Ever Beautiful?

2007-10-18
oh this is wonderful! so romantic and beautiful. however much my young romantic ideals of how love should work influence me, this still leaves me breathless.

-Lea


Seed

2007-10-18
wonderful, short, beautiful poem. it reminded me much of lastromantichero's recent poem: "As of a rose" - check it out!

-Lea


The Broken Glass

2007-10-18
getting to know other people is a long and complicated process. great metaphor - glass and a person. nice read!

-Lea


Salt of the Earth

2007-10-18
this is a beautiful and real way to relate your life story! a wonderful read, and inspite of its sadness still so uplifting and full of hope.
"I remembered papa saying, “We are the salt of the earth. “
and I answered him back smiling, “By virtue of birth.”
There lines in our hands of our fate so they say.
But I know that a man is the master of all;
For he makes his own footsteps,
His night or his day
And he wishes his rising and causes his fall."
BEAUTIFUL! and so true!

-Lea


I'll Be At Your Side

2007-10-18
some people remain for a lifetime, others don't. great piece!

-Lea


A Bigger Step

2007-10-18
beautiful and so true. thank you for saying and reminding us of these things!

-Lea


As Of A Rose by M.A.Meddings

2007-10-18
beautiful, romantic and lovely to read!

-Lea


Not All Equalities Are Equal

2007-10-13
great write. questioning identity, feelings, looks, relationships, emotions... lots of themes, lots of questions. in rob's words, a 'sharp' read!

-Lea


How Many People Does It Take To Screw. . .

2007-10-13
i like this rambling text of images and words and feelings. because although it rambles it still sticks to a point (which is often where i fail). one is left not quite sure how to feel, and perhaps a litlle emotionally tired from all the impressions. great work!

-Lea