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. They say home is where the heart is, But if the heart has shattered, where do you go? Love your…

  2. Here is the dance with mirth&myrrh A beautiful anointing And loving gesture Encapsulated in an enchanting title

  3. If only the last breath before the breaking point smelled as sweet as myrrh! I like what you did with…

  4. You are most welcome Beautiful thoughts, word search and placing. Indeed πŸ™‚

  5. Vetiver looks and smells so lovely in this verse Imagine homesick was a fragrance It could never be one for…

  6. Cunning pear, must be a note cleverly added by you. I couldn’t find the fruit amongst the top notes with…

  7. Snooping? πŸ˜‚, in the least, I don’t think Joe would mind at all. You so right, one of the best…

  8. Are you relegating a sweet chore to the category of hanging out the laundry? Lovely poetic lavature all the same.

  9. πŸ™‚This is so true, yet the reader likes to know if they understood the kernel of the poem.

  10. Fragrant, I can smell the scent from afar of this nurtured inner orange, Young and lovely Ripe and delicious in…

  11. I’m working on it. You are kind. So much I don’t know off the cuff or recognize immediately, in particular…

  12. You are most welcome. And so you should Joe. You work is unique and so amazing. Your strokes of brevity…

  13. You see you really need a good critic to speak to your poetry. It seems like I didn’t quite catch…

  14. You welcome Poet. Well maybe you need an acclaimed critic to tell you this. As far as I am concerned…

  15. Perplexed is the word of the day. Why would you do this to your creative self, why would you pretend?…

  16. It leaves one still and quiet, yet perplexed as to why you would question your classic whimsy sense of humour…

  17. Breathtaking in its sadness, repose allowing the broken heart a form of dignity. Exquisitely pensive and mournfully narrated Carefully chronicling…

  18. An original From Joe fragrance perfumery – flowers, grasses, spices, fruit, wood, roots, resins, balsams, leaves, – (Maybe) all of…

  19. Aha, you invested so much passion into this verse for Coffee , you are hooked Lovely to read your unique…

  20. πŸ™‚ , It just won’t stop, some more burning love. Sizzling or scorched ?

  21. Still you sip πŸ˜‰ A burning love. Poetry shrouded in secrecy Nice to read you once again Joe.