Comments received on poems by Michael Edwards



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FredPeyer said:

Like the French in your title, goes well with \'French\' food. Here is what you do if you want a \'hearty\' meal: Stop at a restaurant with lots of trucks outside. The food is usually good, lots of it, and not expensive!!!

February 3rd, 2021 13:02

LE MANOIR AUX QUAT’SAISONS
SureshG said:

the numbers on the \"check\" are longer than the portions on the plate. Yet we can\'t help ourselves, for the food is so darn good.

Do you think, they think, that if we had too much, they may loose a repeat customer?

Great color coordination

February 3rd, 2021 12:51

LE MANOIR AUX QUAT’SAISONS
dusk arising said:

Firstly, you picture. It brought to mind the magician sawing up a lady into several parts, but when they were put together again .. well... there was a fly in the ointment (thoughts of that film \'the fly\' there).

Oh so true of modern snooty cuisine \'looks good, tastes good, where\'s the rest of it?\'

February 3rd, 2021 07:04

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orchidee said:

You had lunch yet, thinking of restaurants?!

February 3rd, 2021 06:22

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orchidee said:

Good write and pic M. Oohhh, they knew what to do - they were trying to save people from obesity. No chance of getting fat on their portions?!
Miss Berles eat much? Bit of German there in the title?

February 3rd, 2021 02:55

LE MANOIR AUX QUAT’SAISONS
Goldfinch60 said:

I have been to a place like that. The last company that I worked for did a Christmas \'do\' every year where we to a hotel one Friday before Christmas, had a meal, drank to odd half of shandy and stayed the night, all payed for by the company. One hotel we went to served the meal and on this large plate there was all the food in an area that had a bout a two inch circumference - fine dining was the expression - we were not impressed.

Good words Michael

Andy

February 3rd, 2021 02:52

AN ARTISAN
FredPeyer said:

Read your poem before breakfast, gotta go, am hungry now!

February 2nd, 2021 13:07

AN ARTISAN
Jerry Reynolds said:

Love the painting. The poem is fantastic, feels, somehow, like part of the things you know. Good morning read my favorite.

February 2nd, 2021 10:03

AN ARTISAN
L. B. Mek said:

your artwork had me thinking of a work I really like, titled \'the chasm of the Colorado\' by Thomas Moran (I think),
only yours is more like \'the chasm within a cloud\' or a little morosely: \'droplets of ichor, invading our prism of essence\',
my simpleton self, would title it as
\'a dance of pigment\'s, self-introductory waves\'...
my 2 cent$ worth, thankfully its free, lol

February 2nd, 2021 05:52

AN ARTISAN
dusk arising said:

Lovely picture.

Great poetry painting a character picture. I feel like I\'m reading a classic piece i have known since childhood.

I think youve produced a real gem.

February 2nd, 2021 05:25

AN ARTISAN
Doggerel Dave said:

Been thinking for sometime that if, owing to covid restrictions you ran out of paints and perchance your poetic inspiration deserted you, you could set up a gourmet restaurant (with postal service...)

February 2nd, 2021 04:38

AN ARTISAN
orchidee said:

Good write M. A pork pie or two also, please. Does Mss B make pork pies?

February 2nd, 2021 02:56

AN ARTISAN
Goldfinch60 said:

Sorry Michael you cannot make Cornish pasties where you live, they must be called Leicester Pasties.

Whatever they are called though I\'ll come buy and purchase some.

Andy

February 2nd, 2021 02:42

TIME TO HIT
Suresh said:

Once again, in both art forms, you have esquisitely portrayed a global quandary

January 28th, 2021 11:59

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FredPeyer said:

Awesome painting Michael and just to let you know I\'ve been holding down that button for months now.

January 28th, 2021 11:31

TIME TO HIT
Jerry Reynolds said:

Great painting for a “Seafood Restaurant”
Looked all over cannot find that darn button.


January 28th, 2021 09:59

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L. B. Mek said:

I always thought goat meat was a decent substitute,
fun artwork as well Michael,
world all at sea: topsy-turvy


January 28th, 2021 05:36

TIME TO HIT
orchidee said:

Good write and pic M.
Is Miss B. mutton dressed up as lamb?!

January 28th, 2021 03:06

TIME TO HIT
Goldfinch60 said:

NO MUTTON!!! What the hell is happening to this world!!

Can I have that pint in the artwork please Michael?

Andy

January 28th, 2021 01:55

TIME TO HIT
Doggerel Dave said:

Situation well framed in the picture, Michael.
Did you settle for baked beans on toast?

January 28th, 2021 01:09

LAST SUPPER
orchidee said:

How\'s Mis B these days?
Not that it\'s a relevant comment, though we have banter! lol. Is she well known?

January 26th, 2021 09:49

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dusk arising said:

YUK bad subject. Im supposed to be getting suited up for a falsies plate but have to wait till they allow me out again. Meanwhile i am gurneying at lunchtime.

Maybe i will be able to do Goldfinches uncle Erb\'s trick if i lose any more teeth.

January 26th, 2021 06:02

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L. B. Mek said:

lol, so no soup then pffftttt
well there goes those:
\'The best laid schemes o\' mice an\' men / Gang aft a-gley.\'
https://mypoeticside.com/show-classic-poem-4678

January 26th, 2021 06:01

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Fay Slimm. said:

Love this fun rhyme on this dull morning and the clarity and life in your watercolour is simply astounding my friend - thanks again for sharing your talents with us.

January 26th, 2021 04:24

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Doggerel Dave said:

Where? When? Words, combined with your picture do have a certain appeal - lead me to what looks like a loverly old English pub.
And Andy - Your little anecdote is going to stay with me rather longer than it should...

Dave

January 26th, 2021 02:57

LAST SUPPER
orchidee said:

Oh lol, good write and pic M.
Miss B got all her own teeth?

January 26th, 2021 02:54

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Goldfinch60 said:

My teeth are always with me in case I need to bite somebodies a**e!

From my childhood I can remember my family going down to Hastings ( used to live in Kent) with my Uncle \'erb (the H was never pronounced) in his car. On the way back we stopped at a park to have a picnic. Some whelks had been bought and my uncle started to eat one but couldn\'t chew it so he took his false teeth out of his mouth put the whelk between them and said \"Now eat the bloody thing!\" - it is a memory that is always in my mind.

Andy

January 26th, 2021 02:29

A TRUMPERICK
MendedFences27 said:

Humor with a biting edge. Truth spoken out loud. Spoon feeding of the masses with falsehoods and none willing to do the work to find the truth.
Brilliant artwork and likewise on the Trumperick. - Phil A.

January 25th, 2021 22:41

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FredPeyer said:

Great painting, great poem. But we have come to expect that from you! :-)

January 24th, 2021 19:51

A TRUMPERICK
Fay Slimm. said:

Agree with Dave on this current issue -- and I luuuurve that picture my gifted friend.

January 24th, 2021 06:01

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