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Kathy Lockhart

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Happy 44th birthday to me by Ann Wood

2019-01-15
Happy Birthday to you! Itís good to celebrate your birth and your life. Enjoy your special day.


The wind in the plain

2019-01-15
Wonderfully done. Beautifully written and so sweet to read aloud. I love it.


On Being Ordinary

2019-01-15
Yeah? But you can write!


Punch Drunk

2019-01-15
Wow! So true and so vividly raw in your description.


THE ROAD OF BREXIT!

2019-01-15
Very descriptive, Ken.


How to Drink Tea

2019-01-15
Pure enchantment. I love this.


Bread and Butter Pudding People

2019-01-15
Thereís so much truth in this sweet charmer, you had me laughing at myself. I think I must be half baked, a bit undone. Your poem, however, is delicious.


The Twilight Roller-coaster

2019-01-09
I can't stop reading this. I think I'm on the Twilight Roller-coaster and it's taking me on a thrill trip around, over, and through all the aspects of this awesome poem. I read it silently. I read it out loud. I get all these ideas and pictures and boom! I'm on it again! I love the word "cassareep" now, a word I never knew existed before. Now I'm all involved in what it is and how it sounds. Well you have my head spinning. I'll get back in line so I can take another ride. :)
thanks!


TO BE READ! - AND I AM BEING READ!

2019-01-09
Iíve never heard you speak but I recognize your voice. Iíve ďlistenedĒ to you through your poetry and your stories for over twelve years because of Poetbay. I enjoy and appreciate what you say and how you say it as you write and post here. Good on you, Ken.


79th Letter

2019-01-09
Finding peace and contentment from beauty and grace...
This is lovely.


a sunflower's life

2019-01-09
This is powerfully good! Beautiful language and lovely flow. 👏👏👏


G-D

2019-01-08
This is beautiful in its heartfelt, honest plea for guidance, reassurance, and revelation. Your poetry is a prayer of supplication.

Keep seeking the Truth
Kathy


State Fair

2019-01-08
I donít know what to say. My heart is full. It full of conflicting emotions, right now, at the end of the story. I was happy and grateful that I was visiting old friends again, enjoying all the familiar voices, feelings, and ideals. Then the sadness always comes when the visit ends and we realize things are never the same and never will be again.
You write beautifully, captivating my heart and mind with the life you create for such interesting, vibrant people. I was going to call them characters or protagonists but to me they are real people.
Thanks for sharing.
kathy


FROM THE HART OF THE MIND! (with thanks to aidan haskel)

2019-01-05
Words are like life blood to our minds. They are the eternal Spring of creativity for poets.

Thanks for sharing, Ken.


poetry comes from the heart and home is where the heart is

2019-01-05
I really enjoyed this Aidan. You had me thinking and reflecting on so many different parts of my life. Your poetry caused me to delve into myself and took me out of this world for awhile.
Well done. Thank you for sharing.


New Yearís Message

2019-01-01
Your wisdom is sound. Itís good to start with a clean slate.
May your slate be filled with blessings.
Happy New Year!
Kathy


beer caps and broken glass

2019-01-01
I am captivated by the imagery and the emotive language. This is beautiful in its wisdom and how it is relayed through your poetic voice.


Loneliness

2018-12-30
Iím caught up in this scene and eager to know more. I want to know who or what is at that door. Thereís a world youíve created behind that door. Please, open the door, and let her (and us)see the possibilities of answering the call. Itís yours to create. :)


Whatever

2018-12-29
Very clever! Just ran across this. Itís just all pouring out and pooling at the bottom of the page. Ha! Cool!


Bridge Over My Eyes

2018-12-29
Your poetry is powerful and expresses so eloquently tremendous pain and heartbreak. ((Hugs)) Thinking of you. Kathy


WEAR ANOTHERS SKIN!

2018-12-29
I believe this is about placing judgments upon others. There is no way we can live the life of another. Therefore, we cannot nor should we judge them. Jesus Christ says not to judge lest we be judged. He also said remove the plank out of your own eye before you remove the splinter out of anotherís eye.
We should spend our time trying to become better people ourselves than trying to tell others how to be better.

I think your poem is saying just that.


78th Letter

2018-12-29
Your beautiful descriptive words created such lovely images for me. Not only that, I loved saying them. The were soothing and fun a the same time.
Thanks for sharing.


The bus stop

2018-12-29
This is alive with imagery. Itís moves emotionally as well. So many lives converge even as the flotsam and the driftwood gather there too.
Thank you for sharing.


A Little about Colin's Grandfather

2018-12-19
I've missed these folks and now there's a grandfather to get to know. I am identifying with him in his quietness, personally. However, I pictured my children's paternal grandfather all the while I read about him. And, this Yenny is someone who is intriguing with her shared past with the grandfather. I'm hoping to get to know more of these two.

It's nice to read you again. Enjoyed this very much. :)


Windship Fancy

2018-12-19
I love the rhythm, the whimsy, light and freedom this gives me as I read it. This sparks and enlivens my senses as well.
Thanks for sharing.


How Will You Remember Me?

2018-08-25
Deeply moving. Ashe, I cannot imagine anyone forgetting the complex beauty of you and who you are. Hugs


Stone faces

2018-08-25
This really drew me in and involved me, as if I were standing right there, looking up, experiencing waves of emotion. Iím captivated by the description of detail that causes me to feel a sadness and a longing. This is very visual and emotional. Thanks for sharing.


This is how it is

2018-08-13
Very lovely.


The freedom of the Moon

2018-08-13
I find this very relaxing. The sound is soft and the look is pleasing. I can see it, feel it, and hear it. Nice. 🦋


TOOK ME A WHILE!

2018-08-13
We are writing our own books of our lives as we live each day. I guess not many know the complete book about any one of us. I often canít figure out what my own book is revealing about me. Plus, I sure donít want someone else to know more about my life-book than I do.

I like the idea you presented in your poem. It sure sparked a lot of thought. 🤗


A very English cowboy

2018-08-12
Iím so sorry for your loss, Chris.
Thank you for sharing your tribute to your good friend here at Poetbay. It is a fine poem done with your most charming, intelligent, and clever style.


Being Human

2018-04-13
This is so powerful because it is so vulnerable. I love the imagery, the endless possibilities, the limitations, and the honesty. Beautiful!


Decisions, Decisions

2018-04-11
Warm, cozy, and purrfectly dreamy, this sways me to stay and sleep. The visuals are soothing as well. Lovely in every way.


Ecclesiastical Quatrain

2018-04-10
Delicious, delightful, dioceses! Bless you!


My Poem

2018-04-10
I just went on the best poetry ride. It flung me around and thrilled me. Then it stopped short and left me giggling. I loved it. I think I'll ride it again! Weee!


SPRING NOW AT LONG LAST!

2018-04-10
I do love Spring! Your poem brings forth it's exuberance.


Still Looking

2018-04-09
The most minimalist of well selected words creates the most vivid pictures filled with emotion. At least, I saw it all and felt it too. Nicely done !


It's Sunshine Outside

2018-04-09
Very light and lovely. Nice imagery.


It's Time For Dreams

2018-04-09
lovely rhythm and poetry.


Musings along the music

2018-04-09
beautifully described.


Life is fragile

2018-04-09
Those few lines evoke such hope and cheer!


e n a m o r a d o ******

2018-04-09
If his music is as nice as he looks, it must be awesome! Love your poetry stylings!


Small Stanzas

2018-01-06
Grace through light is warmth bringing life.

Thank you, again, for each word. Lovely...


North Shore Medical Interfaith Chapel

2018-01-06
You opened the scene up for me so vividly. Ah, so peaceful, so inviting, so filled with innocence and love. I saw the light shining through the stained glasses windows. Did you mention those? I've been transported into a most lovely time and place. How about the wooden pews, the aromas from the kitchen, my favorite Sunday School teacher? I see her too. Thank you Thomas. God Bless you.


I AM!

2017-12-30
There is strength in your words. Like a circle made whole, it is complete. Coming together from beginning to end, united, never-ending-- a continuation of discovery!


The spectrum of life (thanks to Ashe and Mr Williams for the inspiration)

2017-12-29
A beautiful poem, a beautiful message, a beautiful truth!


Nativity Star

2017-12-28
The Light, the Truth, and the Way is beautiful poetry. Thank you for such an awesome testimony of the birth of the Good News.


E.T. in the Shed

2017-12-28
I love this! How does it all turn out? You've got me hooked! :D


You once existed

2017-12-28
The longing is very well expressed and beautifully written. There is warmth and comfort in these words.


Uni-verse

2017-12-28
This is very hopeful! Thank you!