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Zoey Jane

33 years old from India


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The difference between Wisdom and Insight

2011-01-04
Insightful and Wise!
I like <3


Did you get the glance I sent you?

2011-01-04
This put a smile on my face! :D


World Bread Day

2010-12-30
As a great bread eater, I've never given the baker's life such thought. Thanks for sharing.


Excitement

2010-12-30
Such rhythm, such rhyme
Certainly worth my time! :)


No point this year

2010-12-30
Had a similar Christmas
Hope next year is merrier!


Superlative

2010-12-15
I had a strange dejavu!!!
I was just thinking to myself...my poem might be featured and I go and check and THERE IT IS!!!
Woohoo!!!
So excited!! :D
Thanks all!


Smile...

2010-11-26
I like the line:
'but sadness
on a wire
is hard to dry'
:)


Heaven of love..

2010-10-09
Heaven is for dead they say
that can not be true
nice :)


Me vs...

2010-07-24
i know these cross roads only too well...


A stupid's song

2010-05-03
I love the alsolute randomness of this piece! ;-) to u!


REQUIEM

2010-04-26
I can empathize!


Dette d'amour (reworked)

2010-04-23
'her clothed, scarlet lips forgotten on my sheets'
I likes this line
very interesting read


It

2010-04-19
This one has to be read out loud! such conviction!


You are the architect of my smile

2010-04-19
This is such an adorable poem!
Really, really loved it!


Reading Write

2010-04-19
It's all about context, isn't it?
enjoyed this one..


In the shade of the trees

2010-04-06
This has a sweet sadistic silence to it....


TIMBER!!

2010-04-06
:D I know what this is like...my yardstick has always been...when u start writing bout it...you're falling!


discard

2010-04-01
It has this powerful angst about it..I felt it until the very last word..


Well

2010-04-01
...sounds very much like female solidarity...


How Do I Explain It?

2010-04-01
aaawww..i just loved the form of this one...specially the last few lines ;)


The danger of dreams

2010-04-01
Live your dreams rather than spend your life dreaming...
I think this is what you're trying to say in this peice.
Very prosaic...i like the part where the park bench turns to foam...and smells of home :)


Untitled

2010-03-30
I like the contrasts in each line..and they way they match so perfectly...yes, very familiar!


NAME'S

2010-03-29
'when our parents give them to us
we willingly accept it '
I don't think a 3 day old baby has a choice!


what the hell is time

2010-03-29
I can feel your boxed up anger in this piece.
very simple yet compelling...


I love lawn movers

2010-03-29
Such an adorable poem!


Little People

2010-03-25
'Little people grab a heart and plant themselves inside'
This line put a big sloppy grin on my face!
Thanks for sharing :)


Love Unrequited

2010-03-24
Hollow heartbeats...I like that bit...


A PHLOSEPHER WROTE

2010-02-28
mindblowing!


Inside my pillow

2010-01-23
Suggestion: don't wash it! just turn it over!


THE ROUGH ROAD

2010-01-09
I agree :)


Long After

2010-01-09
Makes me sink...


Five Lines

2009-10-03
The concept of a muse very well portrayed


Sacrafice

2009-10-03
very...two-face (Batman reference)


THEY COME AND GO FEW STAY

2009-10-03
:) this reminds me of one of my own poems ....


Good Bad and Ugly

2009-10-03
nice read....makes me think....


Essence of Living

2009-08-23
nice poem
It makes me think 'What I born for?'


Global Warming

2009-08-23
hahaha!Hilarious little ditty! very naughty!


11.05 (Haiku)

2009-03-19
aawww!! :) all the best to you and your wife


you express what you know, i dont know what to give you...the world holds me back.

2009-03-08
This makes me smile at myself and go ...'I'm not the only one'
explain 'b/c of the world'


i am writing blindly

2009-03-05
as literature students, we do a lot of research about the role of an artist. The need to express ourselves literally in words makes us human. The skill is inbuilt for most...like untapped energy..and the purpose of our art may differ. Some just want to express, others yearn to be read, some would rather be understood only after death.