Community

This blog wouldn’t be anything without my community, so I wanted to give a whole page dedicated to just them. Below you can see the last ONE HUNDRED comments on my page. Hope you see yourself on there! As you can see, I reply to all of my community.

  1. Oh, thank you for that clue, now, It does read differently.

  2. On the informal side, yes it is, but sketched into poetry here is just perfectly shaded. Aha! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Well then you are a great pretender Although writing is written all over you.

  4. Birch is a survivor Gracefully this bark always make a comeback A lover of pineapple And a wanton dreamer Imagine…

  5. The thing is this That is the thing about flirting Fun as it seems You just never know

  6. Oh she trades coffee for tea when in rebellion Makes sense, coffee can give you a further unnecessary edge in…

  7. Sitch is a new word for me. At first I thought you spelled the word stich wrongly. Interesting meaning. Sugar…

  8. I absolutely identify with this feeling When the witty saitirical Lyrics Descend upon me And I feel disarmed by their…

  9. Reads like a very reliable and highly favoured courier service. Online shopping has become so popular too. I am glad…

  10. Poetry is one of my best genre of literature for reading. It just grabs me Thank you.

  11. Yes, I see this phenomenon everywhere, also great and seasone poets are collaborating on a massive scale with each other.…

  12. Thank you Joe. You are so kind. Reading poetry somehow ignites that in me. A form of exhaling, that sets…

  13. Well I’m glad to hear. You must be very happy over at Instagram. I’m also good and I’m so pleased…

  14. You’ve travelled far to pick up some notes. This us so weird, I was thinking about you in recent times.…

  15. โ™กBut failing is to fall into your arms.โ™ก It’s so precious to have someone

  16. Of course yes, the theme of poets through the centuries Love seen through the eyes of the seasons

  17. Yes love is in the air Spring is there We moving into autumn/winter mode here, love is tight and warm…

  18. Lucky you, left with the kiss on the cheek and the lingering fragrance Lovely love note

  19. Deep words indeed. When admiring a rose one must be “willing to be torn”- -perfect imagery. Very well done!