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Bibek

23 years old from Nepal


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Port Angeles

2017-10-17
Powerful indeed. I like the way you led the poem towards the end, especially the last line.


Cycling Thoughts at Night

2017-10-17
Haha. This took me back to my high school Physics class. Anyway, happy canoeing. I'm sure it would be much fun and a lifetime experience.


Thursday Night Meeting

2017-10-15
You play with metaphors well. Fantastic!


Spoiled Water

2017-10-14
This poems explains a lot. And I can relate to this.


Enters Minnie Grace

2017-10-14
I like the way the poem develops.


ocean and 18th

2017-10-14
Vivid and skilled. You paint with words. Each poem is a marvel to read.


The Opposite of Love

2017-10-13
Your poem inspired me to write something. Thank you for writing this.


All that it wasnt

2017-10-13
I can relate to this poem. I re-echo Otp comment.


Where am I?

2017-10-13
I like the use of rhetoric question.


Quick Memorandum

2017-10-09
I'm still smiling.


Quick Memorandum

2017-10-09
I'm still smiling.


Tanka the tenth

2017-10-09
Stark.


Go Lightly, Shoppers

2017-10-07
I like the mockery and your dislike towards the plasma screens displaying Breakfast At Tiffany's "cat in the rain" scene.


Starry Kingdom

2017-10-07
Well crafted.


untitled

2017-10-07
Same old yearning. I like it.


Broken blossoms

2017-10-06
Reading your poem I remember a quote by Osho.

"If you love a flower, donít pick it up.
Because if you pick it up it dies and it ceases to be what you love.
So if you love a flower, let it be.
Love is not about possession.
Love is about appreciation."

Nice poem!


No Pearl

2017-10-06
Do you mean that writers always need to be nagged by pain? And since there is no pain in Vienna you'd never come up with some pearls of poetry? Hmm


It's Always Something

2017-10-06
I like it. You sprinkle sadness in every poem as if it's a pinch of salt.


Advice

2017-10-06
The poem I should reading over and over again. Thank you for writing this.


Untitled [1996]

2017-10-06
I find an e e cummings quality in this poem.


In my frequent dream

2017-10-01
Interesting! The role reversal especially.


Intimacy

2017-10-01
So soft. So intimate.


Bavarian Blahs

2017-10-01
Sometimes emotions are given much significance. They even overshadow the beauty of a place. A well crafted poem, Larry.


Saddest Day

2017-09-30
Extraordinary!


Make me ...

2017-09-30
So that you can write many poems?


Notebook: September 28

2017-09-28
Fantastic. You've encapsulated a precious moment.


Dear Diary

2017-09-27
A fantastic ode to you red, little diary. Bravo.


Haiku for a blind date

2017-09-26
Beautiful.
I have done this.
Many times.


Tanka the fifth

2017-09-26
Love the imagery.


Joy as It Flies

2017-09-26
So many Muses. So much to write. I like joy as it flies.


Happy at Last in the City of Light

2017-09-25
I like it, Larry. A happy work after a long time.


27 autumn poems

2017-09-24
This poem is an achievement. Bravo.


Notebook: September 21

2017-09-23
Life in snippets. Well written.


WORDS!

2017-09-23
Yeah. And we love words.


Tanka the third

2017-09-23
These tankas are really good. Smile, eyes, and hands. Eagerly waiting for more.


All In The Waiting

2017-09-23
Well crafted. Welcome to Poetbay.


Varanasi

2017-09-22
This is fine writing. I like the way you played the images. And yes, I have been to Varanasi once. Your poem made me recall those forgotten days.


poem for cem

2017-09-20
Vagabonding about the world, thinking about the colors and their smells, losing your train of thoughts and losing yourself on the road. All these qualities reminded me of Kerouac and his memorable journey from On the Road. A well crafted poem!


Him

2017-09-20
This is funny.


Baggage

2017-09-19
I like it. :)


Tree of Cares

2017-09-19
I find this poem to my liking. :)


When The Whole World Is Marching...

2017-09-18
Wonderful write. I love it!


Ritual: Ordinary Time

2017-09-18
Excellent write!


Tambourines

2017-09-16
Is this poem about rain?


Growing Old Gracelessly

2017-09-16
I'm reading Love in the Time of Cholera by Marquez. Dr. Juvenal Urbino also felt something similar as he turned 81. Anyway, another well-written work. :)


dust

2017-09-15
This is beautiful. Dust, here in Kathmandu, means something else. It means pollution and breathing problems.


Taking a Sledgehammer to What's Already Broken

2017-09-15
Another fine work. :)


Her Majesty

2017-09-15
This is a sad account of someone who wanted to be someone else all his life. It's quite melancholic to be nobody, to die in vain. I like this poem for all its darkness and melancholy. Great work, Larry. :)


Words

2017-09-14
We all want words to be our loyal friends. Wonderful write, Tom. :)


Waiting Game

2017-09-14
Tomorrow is too late, yes. And tomorrow never comes. True words.