Thanks Indar. You make any poem and any discussion here interesting and worthwhile because you have so many clever thoughts and links and interconnections.
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Hey Matty Firstly, glad to see someone is still around. Secondly, thanks for wading through this and even liking it, what pretty sure it would put people off. Thirdly, the commas are force of habit and should not be there. Lastly, yes I was aware that the end was maybe one set of lines too far. Good...
I walk through space defined by my walking through that space defined by what came before me towards space defined by where I now am which is the space between the moment before my steps and the steps to come you are my definition of other in that space and have no space of your own because either ...
The format is interesting and the poem well written. The content dealing with modern issues is nevertheless peculiarly old-fashioned in a way since these are things that have been said since the beginning of history, just the components are different. We shall see, we shall see.
I ma pretty sure the clue is the title - Henge = Stonehenge. This takes us back to ancient sacrificial ritual and a possible reason why such stone constructions existed. There are very pleasing sounds and rhythms in the poem and a strong sense of natural and supernatural without ever going over the ...
- Tue Jul 07, 2020 8:13 pm
- Forum: Post Your Poems
- Topic: Two bedrooms and a bath
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Linda I did enjoy this but do think it needs some paring. For example in the first line I do think that it would be enough to write the spare room houses shelves and a desk, a bed they keep against the wall in case a family member stays the night. As examples. This a sweet scene but it does not need...