Without writing, the genius is cast adrift but there's with you, a life being lived in its active involvement. Here do you teach, delight and persuade. A good homage to humanity it is. But I think you deserve such high marks alike. You've written hard enough for a medal and diploma. Where's De Aderton? Where's the Eighteen? Kudos, Poet.
I will read you Dave. I have over 1,600 poems on this site. Strange to hear from you. Just got back from London. Went to the Leeds Castle. Went for a special reason. I was told about one year ago by a world renowned psychic who found me. I did not search this out, that a famous poet, John Keats was channeling poetry to me for 4 and one half years. I asked her why? . She said because I lived a life in the early 1800's with Mr. Keats. and my name was Fannie Brawne. I believe every word of this because that is the exact time I wrote my first poem. When I write at least 90 n% of the time I have no recollect of what I have written when I put the pen down.. I visited the house where I lived with him before he died at age 25 from TB. I remembered the place, the dress I sewed which was on loan from the London museum and remembered the place where he sat to write while he lived there with me. I know this sounds like I am daft but believe me I am not. Please take the time to see what has been channeled to me. I asked her why he would do this. She told me because his soul realized I was close to death which is also true. So Love is stronger than death any day and all of us live many lives. Research the name Fannie Brawne and see who I was. By the way I have 20 books published and have written 159 love songs also. You may find them on YOUTUBE under Edwina Reizer. Yours in poetry, Mrs. Reizer
Whats up Dave? Just a few lines to let you know that you are very much admired as a
Poet. You have a unique way of voicing your opinions and concerns in a very good way.
That makes for an excellent poet. Thanks for all the great writes. Will read more as time permits.
Dave Alan Walker is a new encounter over here.
Creative and thought provoking, highly inflammable and steadily descending and meticulously well crafted and distinctly amusing, his short poems have a rare grace and are sure to mark a difference here. I wish Mr Dave to make many innings over here.