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bishu commented on: Maybe by word_man 3 days 20 hours ago
Nice read pal: Nice read
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bishu commented on: Popeye Dead by bishu 3 days 20 hours ago
Ahh no !! Popeye never will die: Just reborn in a new avatar ... Enjoy . BTW you look great in your DP. Best wishes
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bishu commented on: Popeye Dead by bishu 3 days 20 hours ago
Long live Popeye: Thanks Dubb for the excellent poetik response. A new avatar has risen from the salted Popeye. Best wishes
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Starward commented on: ALLEY CAT LOUNGES by georgeschaefer 3 days 21 hours ago
I like how the poem swerves: I like how the poem swerves from skilled description to gut-punching cinclusion.
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Starward commented on: The Line by djtj 3 days 22 hours ago
Wow!  Very impressive!: Wow!  Very impressive!
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Starward commented on: Possible Cohabitation (2020 Version) by ginsywilde 3 days 23 hours ago
Beautiful love poem!  Not: Beautiful love poem!  Not sure I understand the last three lines, but I do applaud the overall effect. Well done!
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Starward commented on: ReContoured: She Muses The Film, "The Woman Eater" (1958) by Starward 4 days 17 min ago
Thank you so much.  I thought: Thank you so much.  I thought I might be showing some naughty humor by posting it . . . but, like Red Skelton's Bad Little Boy, I went ahead and posted it anyhow.
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Starward commented on: Wishes For Final Arrangements by Starward 4 days 45 min ago
Thanks for understanding the: Thanks for understanding the intention of this poem, and the others on which you have commented.  Your comments always encourage me, and validate for me that I have made the right decisions on what to post.  Thanks again for bringing brightness to what has turned out to be a most dreary and difficult day.
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Starward commented on: Wishes For Final Arrangements by Starward 4 days 46 min ago
Thanks very much.: Thanks very much.
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patriciajj commented on: dream by allets 4 days 1 hour ago
So many quotable lines in: So many quotable lines in this. I was spellbound from start to finish: so gripping, relevant, and masterfully penned. You raise awareness, jolt our consciousness, with impressive power. The line: " Breathless unbelieving, the steps in the streets are dying. "  was  particularly moving. Respect. Bravo! 
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patriciajj commented on: Banquet in Dreamtime by patriciajj 4 days 2 hours ago
Wow. That was beautifully: Wow. That was beautifully said and appreciated more than any words, lyrical or prosaic, could ever convey. Endless thanks. À
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word_man commented on: 32 Reasons To Impeach Rob Portman, Republican Senator From Ohio by saiom2 4 days 2 hours ago
we need to impeach the whole: we need to impeach the whole bunch,just clean house
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Starward commented on: ReConfigured: Lady Curvaceous And Lady CoyPool, 2 by Starward 4 days 2 hours ago
Thank you for that, and I: Thank you for that, and I have a couple of more poems on that subject up my sleeve.  I sure do appreciate your comments---they always give me an uplift.
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patriciajj commented on: ReConfigured: Lady Curvaceous And Lady CoyPool, 2 by Starward 4 days 2 hours ago
The ladies are cooking up: The ladies are cooking up some nice magic here. Always a pleasure to take your fun and vivid mini vacations. 
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Starward commented on: Banquet in Dreamtime by patriciajj 4 days 2 hours ago
Thank you for saying that. : Thank you for saying that.  Back when I was first discovering poetry (in the days of the dinosaurs, my grandchildren might say), I would get a certain initial thrill when I read certain poems for the first time---the metaphor I thought of was like an astronomer finding a new star at random.  When I first read the poems of T S Eliot, and Wallace Stevens, these thrills were very much present.  At my age, the thrills are often less, but can still happen. I have said all that to say this:  when I read your poems, it isl like I have been transported back to my younger self, and I am being introduced not just to your poems, but to Poetry through your poems.  I have been perhaps too verbose in this reply, but I am trying to put words to what is a very personal and subjective experience.  Very few poets, today, and stir up that original feeling---but your poems most certainly do.  I thank you for this effect, and I continue to applaud these marvelous poems that you share with us.
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