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The latest comments that Sameen has written.

The Moon in my Facebook

2018-01-12
Amazing. You're getting better and better everyday.


Victor Howes

2018-01-12
You are quite a craftsman too Thomas.


Snow

2018-01-12
Nice jottings.


Out with the old!

2018-01-12
That ending is killer!


Tom Benson - A bio

2018-01-12
Welcome


Today Was So Hot

2017-12-21
Noice. But are you living in the southern hemisphere its December and here in Minnesota we're all freezing to death.


Winter Rhyme

2017-12-21
Me too. Wonderful poem.


IT IS NOT A PROFESSINAL OTHERS NEED!

2017-12-21
Truuuuuuuuuuuuu


Looking At The Ruins

2017-12-21
Welcome back and what the heck


Glimpses

2017-12-11
Oh such sweet glimpses they paint an intriguing picture my god.
Especially adolescent poets drinking mountain dew?!?!?!?!?!


The Good Posh Woman

2017-12-10
I love it. I have sent the edited version on facebook. Do what thou wilt


An Attempt

2017-11-30
That last stanza are my fave


THE LEAVES ARE FULLING!

2017-11-29
Yeah, I guess in the festivities of christmas it is easy to forget that not everyone has a reason nor a chance to be festive


After Midnight

2017-11-29
Oh how delightful


Before Dawn

2017-11-29
You're going ham on these noice.


Meisie

2017-11-28
That last line ahhh


With Age

2017-11-28
Noice. Love this portrait poem


Stanzas for Practice

2017-11-27
SESTINAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

I love this poem!!!


Stanzas for Practice

2017-11-27
SESTINAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!

My favorite form.


You Were Lucky

2017-11-27
"She" sounds like someone I'd love to meet.


pretty boys and xanax

2017-11-27
Noice. All the drug metaphors are woven wonderfully.


Haiku

2017-11-26
Funny


You're Gone

2017-11-22
I like the poem but

"Merciless starlight mocks me with its mock." I'm kinda iffy on this line. But there's not much you can do with the -ock rhyme


I Am

2017-11-22
Damn


THE SNOW! (Acknowledgement To Sameen Work)

2017-11-21
All those decades. I love that ending


River Hawk

2017-11-21
Did you die?


Log cabin autumn reveries

2017-11-21
A pleasant scene indeed


Throne of Dreams

2017-11-21
Lame


WAY BACK THEN! (With agknowlegedmant to Helen Paquin work)

2017-11-21
Nice one Ken


Yesterday Once More

2017-11-21
Nice one.


My Mother and Me

2017-11-20
Damn, best poem i've read in a while


Half of the Morning Sun

2017-11-20
I loved the ending


Faith Through Grace

2017-11-20
I admire your faith and this poem.


2010

2017-11-20
Nice one


1989

2017-11-20
Me too man. Me too.


Autumn Leaves

2017-11-16
God dammit why are you so talented!!!! Ughhhhhh I'm jealous!!!


The old man in the jewelery shop by Ann Wood

2017-11-16
This is freaking hillarious


dead squirrel

2017-11-16
I really liked the line. His eyes were opem and he was all alone. The open eyes but really brought a sense of reality to the poem. Honestly though, I don't wonder about dead squirrels but this poem got me.


Flying

2017-11-16
I fucking love it.

I think the first half is unnecessary tho. The second half can stand on its own alone.

It's beautiful man. If only you'd tighten up your words though. They are still a little loose.


Sketches from College Days

2017-11-10
More! I want more!!!!!


New Beginnings

2017-11-10
At times the echoes of other steps are heard
sometimes I walk alone

Wow


Bernadette

2017-11-10
Damn


Villanelle at 3 a.m. (Challenge)

2017-11-08
Hell yeah. Not pedestrian at all. Its simple and joyous.


Evaluating My Heart

2017-11-08
I love it. Glad you've found true love and glad it inspired such simple sweet poetry bereft of pretensions. I love it.


The Wordsmith

2017-11-08
Bang away wordsmith bang away


The Poet

2017-11-07
Been there done that haha you've painted a fine picture but i wish the paint was thicker


Grass Snake

2017-11-03
I love it! The metaphor is great and sticks through the entire poem. But I especially love the first stanza. Great work!


October

2017-10-28
How did you become so good?


Go Lightly, Shoppers

2017-10-28
Surely one of these consumers
of electronic stuff
has stood on the streets of New York,
wet and in love.

that is a beautifully haunting stanza


Reading Devkota in a Cowshed

2017-10-22
Holy shit.

You've done it. You're a poet.

I... I can't believe it.

Congratulations.


"Watching the battle of forgotten words,
I canít remember the reason
Why I forsook the language
I loved the most."

I want that carved on my chest