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Elsewhere In Time

2022-01-17
At first I thought I was in a hospital waiting room! Then dreaming......or reality? Great write.


Happy birthday to me by Ann Wood

2022-01-17
A very Happy Birthday to you.


Death of the doodle

2022-01-15
Great subject. Wish I still had my school books, full of doodles in the margins. Creativity at its best, long live the doodle.


Thank you G.

2022-01-13
You've got to love a gladioli, they have a majestic quality about them. Keep reading the catalogue!


IN OUR TWOSOME KITCHEN

2022-01-13
This was a timely read for me, as our cat died 6 yrs ago yesterday, your final two lines are the truth. Despite the sadness of the poem, I enjoyed it.


Happy Christmas

2021-12-26
Your words are enough Elle and the same to you.


I HAVE BOOKS

2021-12-08
Books go round and round, which is lovely. Recycle the wisdom.


Butterflies

2021-11-21
I really enjoyed this, it speaks of life is short, loss and happy memories, we all seem experience all of this in life one way or another. You write of it so eloquently.


Unobtrusive

2021-11-09
It is the delicate understatement that shouts love and beauty.


The beauty of the moon

2021-11-04
I see the beauty and grace.


The Haunted Oak

2021-11-02
Love this, the rhythm, pace and darkness.


It happens to all of us

2021-10-13
No chance, I agree with One Trick Pony re. glint in you eye and I quite fancy the coat. My philosophy is to grow old disgracefully!


I do not know

2021-10-04
I was intrigued right through to the end. Confusion reigns on both sides here, sometimes it's hard to get on to an even keel of rationalism, you portray this so well.


A Season Tied to a Last Scene

2021-10-03
Memories can be hard, but many are beautiful and sharing them with us keeps the good memories alive, thank you.


Hello October and goodbye September by Ann Wood

2021-10-01
Lovely sentiments, hope this will be a good October for you.


TEDDY BEARS

2021-09-30
This really made me smile, thanks!


Haiku

2021-09-29
You've aced the Haiku, great subject, classical crickets!


LETS MEET UP

2021-09-29
Frustrating and infuriating!


The Photograph

2021-09-29
You've given us a snapshot of humanity, the final line says it all.


Snowdrops

2021-09-29
Much enjoyed, I feel the defiance and optimism.


THE LANE

2021-09-17
We're all born to our own lane, happy to "walk along" with you for a long time yet Ken.


Sp e e e e e.......d

2021-09-17
So true, there's no getting away from yourself. Nice pic to complement the piece.


A Pair of Trees

2021-09-17
A resounding success, a delightful take on love.


Joy beyond reason

2021-08-15
I feel my negative thoughts dissipating, thank you.


The Listener

2021-08-07
A stroke is a tough one, but I can see you cared and cared enough to express this for others to read, bravo.


My Days

2021-08-07
Excellent read, the art of avoidance is evident, but the final line says it all, a place I have resided also.


TO HEAR

2021-08-07
To hear and to listen: two different things, well portrayed Ken.


Who Am I

2021-08-07
I see freedom, sentiment, nostalgia, personality, all beautifully described, loving the final stanza, I can visualise the last two lines, take a bow.


Two dogs, a camera, and a sunburned man

2021-08-03
You make it easy to "see the picture" love the line and wipes the cliche from his brow.


Loving at Days End

2021-08-01
So lovely to have that connection, alone, but together.


we knelt

2021-08-01
The scenic beauty and romance complement each other beautifully.


IN THE DUMPS

2021-08-01
Or with your poetry Ken.


the uppermost leaf

2021-07-27
Delicately simple, truthful, I'm blown away!


Love, Silk and Oxygen

2021-04-29
Ethereal, beautiful.


Michael sits on wooden steps

2021-04-29
This to me is so poignant, seems to speak the of loss. I can visualise Michael on the steps.


I'VE JOIND THE TWENTY FIRST CENTCHARY (Work Completed)

2021-04-28
Great word " phonaside" admiring your technological persistence Ken. I've accidentally put not one, but two phones in the washing machine! I do have a smart phone, I learnt through a lot of trial and error.


Brushing up Against the Sun

2021-04-24
Love this romance of the skies.


Cherry Chocolate Fudge

2021-04-11
How could I not read this with such a mouthwatering title! Well worth the read, love the visualisation in those opening two lines.


Soft words from a broken sky

2021-04-07
This starts with a beautiful title and the joy continues with such a sense of life meandering through a past.


Nature’s Cadence

2021-04-07
Four lines of serenity, love it.


Mask

2021-03-26
It's good to know that a mask helps in another way which I hadn't thought about, I'm sure you're not alone.


MY HOUSE

2021-03-17
If it works for you Ken, no worries!


Spring Restaging

2021-03-17
Beautiful Spring optimism.


IF ONLY

2021-03-13
You final word says it all Ken!


Friends

2021-03-09
I really like this and so true.


APPROACHING SPRING

2021-03-07
Nice optimistic poem, we all need the promise of Spring and our first jab, had mine.


How would you go about it?

2021-03-07
Bite the bullet knock and an introduction on the basis of mutual new neighbours and a polite request of a little less noise and a "hope you can't hear us as we can hear you" just got to be honest and sooner rather than later. Easy for me to say though!


earthquake

2021-03-07
Fabulous poem, so glad you gave it an air. Had the first vaccination, one down and one to go.


'JOHNSON' JOHNSON MORE FACES THAN BIG BEN (Work In Progress)

2021-03-07
As a retired nurse, need I say more Ken.


It's Finally Over!

2021-02-27
Fabulous news, happy days!