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Human Dinosaur
Accidental Poet said:

No shortage of these dinosaurs in the world today. I\'ve run into a few, and usually I ignore them knowing it is their goal just to piss off those who oppose their kind. Sometimes that can be a struggle to win at. Great write Auburn. ; )

July 3rd, 2021 15:51

Hand in Hand
Accidental Poet said:

Of what is humanity without that human touch and embrace? Excellently penned Auburn. ; )

July 3rd, 2021 15:38

The Relaxing Pitter-Patter on the Conservatory Roof
orchidee said:

Good write AP.

July 3rd, 2021 14:28

The Relaxing Pitter-Patter on the Conservatory Roof
Neil Higgins said:

Calm calm.Who says I\'m not..eh?
If I tried to sit in my conservatory,I\'d be in the garden,as it\'s only a \" figment of my imagination\" but hey ho.
To \"chill\" I like to put my headphones on and listen to a classical concert.
A fine piece of work Ben.

July 3rd, 2021 13:24

The Relaxing Pitter-Patter on the Conservatory Roof
Accidental Poet said:

I think everyone goes through this from time to time Ben. I myself have a tough time staying calm when faced with ill confrontations. Usually I try to remember that it\'s a choice I make, to be angry or calm. And with calmness comes clarity. Clarity to see through things realistically and sort it out. Great write here Ben. ; )

July 3rd, 2021 12:30

The Relaxing Pitter-Patter on the Conservatory Roof
Goldfinch60 said:

I can understand where you come from Ben,I too have a conservatory roof and am often found in there but my choice of relaxation is music, I listen to it all the time, especially in the evenings before I go to bed.

Andy

July 3rd, 2021 11:59

Thursday 24th June 2021
Goldfinch60 said:

It is so wonderful to get back together with friends that you have not seen for so many months, I met with one of mine yesterday and we shared our history of the passed months over cups of coffee, it was so good to see him face to face again.

Andy

June 26th, 2021 00:34

Thursday 24th June 2021
orchidee said:

Good write AP.
Pity I didn\'t stop singing for 14 months, but it can\'t be helped! lol.
Oohh, a Midsummers Day meeting, the 24th June, that is. Shall I compare thee to a Summer\'s day....? or summat like that. That\'s the only line I know of it.

June 25th, 2021 13:37

Thursday 24th June 2021
Neil Higgins said:

Like the words written here Ben.Like you,I have family in \"West Herefordshire\" and had not seen them for a long time,apart from \"Zoom\" calls,but did so \"live\", the other day.Stress,worry,two AZ jabs later,and surely a semblance of normally can soon return?

June 25th, 2021 12:33

Back in Lincoln Green (A Blissful Trio)
Goldfinch60 said:

Good words Ben, strangely a friend of mine has gone to Lincoln this weekend to stay with a friend.

Andy

June 19th, 2021 00:58

Back in Lincoln Green (A Blissful Trio)
orchidee said:

Good write AS.

June 18th, 2021 11:54

Back in Lincoln Green (A Blissful Trio)
Jerry Reynolds said:

Well written, A.S.
Enjoyable read.

June 18th, 2021 09:47

Back in Lincoln Green (A Blissful Trio)
Saxon Crow said:

Very enjoyable poem. I was left with a smile

June 18th, 2021 08:47

Pride (An Acrostic, written in June, “Pride Month”)
L. B. Mek said:

\'unashamedly!\'
Amen

June 17th, 2021 04:09

Pride (An Acrostic, written in June, “Pride Month”)
Goldfinch60 said:

May that Universal love be forever strong within you Ben, we must have that pint soon.

Andy

June 17th, 2021 00:26

Pride (An Acrostic, written in June, “Pride Month”)
Fay Slimm. said:

I have always loved the phrase Dusk has used in his comment - to live and let live allows all to be just themselves - points well made here in your acrostic A.S.

June 16th, 2021 16:01

Pride (An Acrostic, written in June, “Pride Month”)
orchidee said:

A fine write AS.

June 16th, 2021 08:30

Pride (An Acrostic, written in June, “Pride Month”)
Jerry Reynolds said:

Brave write, A.S.
Standing on the roof
Hand in hand, we jump
Children in the wind

June 16th, 2021 08:18

Pride (An Acrostic, written in June, “Pride Month”)
Saxon Crow said:

Nice one buddy and congrats on becoming you!

June 16th, 2021 07:51

Pride (An Acrostic, written in June, “Pride Month”)
Doggerel Dave said:

It was, I suspect AS, a long hard road and it’s great you have now reached a happy destination. You take care of yourself.
Your cheer and happiness comes through in your post.


June 16th, 2021 07:01

Pride (An Acrostic, written in June, “Pride Month”)
dusk arising said:

Live and let live.

June 16th, 2021 06:44

Dog Bowls and Therapy? (A Documentary)
L. B. Mek said:

a memento postcard, in a poem
wonderfully worded: crisp clear, in vivid imagery
thanks for sharing

June 15th, 2021 04:28

Dog Bowls and Therapy? (A Documentary)
Goldfinch60 said:

Blimey Ben, that took me back to the days when I went up the pub regularly, and that scene you have created witt those words took me back to those days, thank you.

Andy

June 15th, 2021 00:47

Dog Bowls and Therapy? (A Documentary)
Doggerel Dave said:

Greatly enjoyed, AS. Atmospheric picture of a British pub. Nice recharge as memory fades slightly....
Apart from you and the barman there weren\'t any blokes. Had they deserted?

June 14th, 2021 20:08

Dog Bowls and Therapy? (A Documentary)
Jerry Reynolds said:

Good write, A.S.
Dogs in the bar is getting very popular. Really good wing men.

June 14th, 2021 16:11

Dog Bowls and Therapy? (A Documentary)
Saxon Crow said:

Lovely read AS. Most enjoyable

June 14th, 2021 13:54

Dog Bowls and Therapy? (A Documentary)
Fay Slimm. said:

Could just imagine the rumpus when doggie owners gathered for liquid and chatter - your poetic-docu. is clearly a fun-raiser to read next time you join that throng. Great write.

June 14th, 2021 13:47

Dog Bowls and Therapy? (A Documentary)
orchidee said:

Good write AS.

June 14th, 2021 12:14

Dog Bowls and Therapy? (A Documentary)
dusk arising said:

My sister once took me to a pub in Aslockton with her dawg. Big surprise to me was the landlord though. Serving me a pint was John Robertson ex Nottingham Forest left winger.
Served a good aqua for the dawg too.
Worrisit baat Notts pubs\'s meks em so wam. Taint Shippos no more!

June 14th, 2021 11:40

Upon Bingham Market Square
Saxon Crow said:

Life goes on no matter what which is the point if this poem. Wonderful reminder

June 13th, 2021 00:51

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