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Uncle Meridian

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The latest comments that Uncle Meridian has written.

SPIDERS IN MY HOUSE

2021-10-22
I like this. And yes, I do take pity on the smaller ones.


US INVISIBLES

2021-10-22
A fine, resilient poem of admirable verbal economy.


Ashcan Rantings

2021-10-22
I cherish this poem's gusto and guff, its verve and its nerve, its pulse and its pugnacity. "Enjoy" is too feeble a word, "take delight" too stilted and quaint. But yes. I'm woo-hooing!

And you've sampled Whitman to your advantage. I love being reminded of such phrases as "blab of the pave"!


Turtleshelling

2021-10-16
I cherish especially the stanza about the quiet, sweet ones who laugh loud when coaxed ... a compelling poem throughout.


IDLE DYLLIC ANT

2021-10-16
I'm enjoying this fable of sprightly cadence and vivid image!


DAD SANG ME A LULLABY

2021-10-16
I like this one a lot, Ken. I can think of some songs that my dad taught me when I was a bit older than infancy, around age seven, that were hardly "age-appropriate"!

Thanks, as always, for sharing life with us!


Melody on the breeze

2021-09-29
A pleasure to read. Thank you for posting it!


Snowdrops

2021-09-29
Quite good. The words of this poem live.


J'me dis que...

2021-09-26
Sending compassionate thoughts and concern to you from a few miles south. Take good care of yourself.


Paula

2021-09-22
Joe, it's Thomas D. I'm so sorry for your loss. I'll remember Paula in my prayers tonight.


The Hills, The Hills

2021-09-19
An enviable prowess with language and image makes this poem a joy from the front end to the back!


So Slow to Slumber

2021-09-18
A superlatively crafted poem, of fluent music and verbal alertness. Bravissima!


GOOD OLD TIMES

2021-09-18
You paint the scenes wonderfully, sir.


Luffa Vines

2021-09-12
Wow!

"the vines soak up the orange sacraments
and turn them tender green"

That's fine work.