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la tristesse

45 years old from England


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Matthew like Lego

2011-12-09
Gosh, praise indeed! Thank you! Glad you liked it.


delish

2011-10-15
I am so bad, just call me Lady Lucifer ;)


Crossing Lines

2011-07-05
Great write, I particularly love the last part from, "It's over..." to the end. A perfect summation!


Her Name Was Faith

2011-07-05
The parents' worst nightmare. Now I have my own offspring, this means so much. I shall hold her close tonight in honour and lieu of your being able to do it to your own. Shit, I don't know what else to say


Heart of the Hunter

2011-07-05
I love your robust toothsome style in this poem. It makes me want to read more of your work. Which I shall do forthwith!


Flickering Life

2011-07-05
Love this! You're so right; one cannot do anything about a suicide. Suicide's not about anyone other than the person themselves. Just being there until the end is enough.


Closer than your breath

2011-07-05
Love this. Very tender.


becoming a mama

2011-07-05
Ah, cheers, boys!

@countryfog - Yes, supportive and stunned, hmmm, have you met my husband? ;)

@ Rob - You leave my mammories out of this, you cheeky thing!

@ Ferenc - 'What a woman', Well thank you, my love; you don't know the half of it! ;)


Greater Love Hath No Woman Than For A Self-Confessed B*stard

2011-07-04
Wolves are dangerous, wild, seductive. Let's face it, who wants to be with the alternative? A fucking sheep? Methinks not...


Five Lines

2011-07-04
Love the hilarious absurdism.


What exactly would you do?

2011-07-04
Hot stuff. I'd do you just on the strength of this write! ;)


Little Girl in the Park

2011-07-03
I was at the park today with my very own little dandelion grabber. Lovely poem!


Once when I'm dead

2007-09-12
aaah this is so cute! I really love the simplicity of the sentiment, just nice and loving and sweet!


OOPS

2007-09-12
i love that you don't wallow in your pain but rather utilise the poems to exorcise it and pass on aversion of the feeling to others so that they know you a little more


Broken Umbrellas

2007-09-12
loving this b


What Do They Need At Their Age?

2007-07-19
i like the alan benett-ness of this one, bleak but oddly comforting


Humantis

2007-06-20
oui, d'accord


TODAY I HAD A GOOD DAY

2007-06-04
makes me glad


WORDS

2007-06-04
indeed


WAITING , INPATANCE GROWING

2007-06-04
there's not much anyone can say to assuage the feelings you are feeling but i can certainly empathise

x


THE PEFICKDE STRANGER , THE PERFICK FREIND

2007-05-24
your poems have a very atmospheric quality and this is no exception. i hope to meet that stranger one day, myself!


I AM THE DYSLEXIAC POET

2007-05-24
This is fucking hilarious to me, well in part anyway. I am from a particularly dyslexic family and I have howled with laughter at the writings of my dad and my sister on occasions! I'm not dyslexic , myself but I am the one who is charged with checking the others' stuff. I am glad that you are unself-conscious about this, because it's damn funny, poignant and really good writing!

Thanks.

Love,

Rach.x


WALK IN THEAR SHOES

2007-05-24
i admire your work


EAVER HAD A DREAMS THAT BECAME A MEMAREY?

2007-05-24
as much a 'memento mori' as 'anthem for doomed youth'
x


she makes him like her

2007-05-02
this reminds me of a fact i learnt recently about angler fish, after they mate the female absorbs the male into her body and he actually becomes her on a molecular level. art reflects nature, eh? i suppose we are all emotionally canabalistic after a while. either that or you don't stay together.


let us be

2007-04-28
aaaaaaaaaahhh!


Hot Blood To Cold Blood.

2007-04-10
i particularly admire the pithiness of this one


The Thirty Years Dirty Doorstep

2007-04-10
clever


A Woman's Rite, A Woman's Right, A Woman's Right.

2007-04-10
i adore your gratuitous cleverness - very tom stoppard/samuel beckett


He Took It Badly – As If She Didn't

2007-04-10
i like the lack of shcmaltz


e-lationship

2007-04-09
yes, my thoughts entirely, no that I'm making any assumptions on anyone else's part...


Ode to an aging GIT !

2007-04-08
not that we've met yet, i trust mrs lee's judgement implicitly, i'm sure you're exaggerating the truth and are still gorgeous!


BASTARDS !

2007-04-08
totally understanding you here dude!


Moonrise

2007-04-08
i love the pagan elements in this poem it's almost spell like.


KEYS

2006-11-07
Hahaha! that sounds just like me!!! I never remember where i park the car either, i'm always convinced it's been nicked! very well written and very funny!
x


Lakeland

2006-11-07
am laughing my bottom off at this! v. funny - well written!


Lunar Enchantment

2006-11-07
in touch with your lunar side i see!


Just a Moment in Time...

2006-11-07
indeed


Ruins of Konarak (poetic erotica carved in stone)

2006-11-07
wow! you make me want to go there, well writ!


Daybreaker–Dan, my friend

2006-11-07
nice imagery in this one particularly the first verse


Sometimes I feel I am the Earth (Zoya / Aliena 'Elements' Challenge- Earth)

2006-11-07
i like the line about silently bearing up - isn't that the plight of woman?!


Harmonising Echoes[Co-write with KJC]

2006-11-07
that's such a sweet working relationship, well expressed


Elisabeth fading, aka I fly a kite for unrequited love

2006-11-06
quite e e cummings - i like it very much


SOS

2006-11-06
hahaha! nicely done!


Poppy

2006-11-06
ouch that's a sharp reminder of our heritage


Haiku for a material girl

2006-11-06
an excellent haiku!


CORRUPTION

2006-11-05
indeed!


The Wintry Crippled

2006-11-05
an eternal question interestingly posed.


Lost

2006-11-05
this is quite a humbling piece for me.


Ouch...!

2006-11-05
there is a profundity to your work that is so very believable and almost palpable. this is no exception.