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Posted: Thu Jun 01, 2006 2:12 am
by Louis P. Burns aka Lugh
delph_ambi wrote:Sounds good, Lugh.

By the way, after about three days burrowing into my son's room, the various leads required to plug the fiddle into the pc have finally turned up, so I'm going to play around musically tomorrow. No promises. It might get nowhere. But I'm surrounded by cables here and feeling a little more optimistic. :)


:D Excellent Delph... I look forward to any and all work you share mate...

It's a great buzz being creative again. I have a photo-shoot tomorrow to do for my performer / writer pal, Debbie to promote her new play. We'll be launching that on our domain soon. Not forgetting the Sensitize e-zine and hopefully submissions from all members...

S'all happnin' 8)

Posted: Sun Jun 04, 2006 2:37 am
by Sergi the snail
Excellent Delph

I find poetry hard enough withot forcing a structure on myself thats why i stay away from this type of verse If my grasp of English was more strong I would, but I admire those that know as much as you

Posted: Mon Jun 05, 2006 9:55 am
by Catherine Edmunds
Thanks Sergi. I am full of admiration for anyone who can write poetry, as you do, in a language that is not their mother tongue, but I don't blame you for avoiding formal writing.

I'm no expert on these forms. Most of what I've learned has been inspired by reading what other people have written in various writing forums - people like Danimik, who is incredibly knowledgeable and a wonderful poet.

That's the great thing about these forums. They send you off in new directions. Encourage you to explore new forms.

Posted: Mon Oct 09, 2006 11:19 pm
by Catherine Edmunds
First Class Post

“A first class post,” my woodwork teacher said
to Ben, but not to me, because my work
was crap. “I wonder what goes through your head,”
he snarled at me, and then, “You stupid berk,”
was what I heard him mutter as he went.
I wanted to impale him on my post.
Okay, perhaps it could have been less bent,
with fewer bumps and notches, but then most
of us aren’t perfect, unlike ghastly Ben
the teacher’s pet, the loathsome specky geek.
I threw my post at Ben; it killed him. Then
I murdered sir for calling me a freak.
Well, that’s not true. A ‘berk’ was what he said,
but still I stuck my post right through his head.

Posted: Mon Oct 09, 2006 11:26 pm
by Louis P. Burns aka Lugh
I read this over on Buk's, Delph... Absolute classic :D ...