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  • Rookie Gabrielle Fleming (8/3/2012 4:16:00 PM) Post reply
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    check me out please!

  • Rookie Ruby Makgoba (8/3/2012 1:22:00 PM) Post reply

    Hi everyone... I'm Maropene but most people call me Ruby! I'm new on this web and would like to learn and meet many more poets. I LOVE poetry and I've been writing for as long as I can remember and I'll never put my pen down! I like all sorts of poems but mostly love poems. :) looking forward to reading many more of those

  • Rookie - 24 Points Rue Palmer (8/2/2012 8:42:00 AM) Post reply

    glad to be its a pleasure jamaican by birth, , now live in the us, , been writing for over 35 years, and have done so with the digeligent of a master for poetry is my life my love my inner most soul crying out in lines that nourish my beigh to strive for another day, yes i am consumed with this passion that words just flow like mad wax and i have the urge to let u all know its a good feel to be creative in a world that you build and create and its honest for insperation knows no less and we give thanks for all this, , my works is here so if and when u find it in ur heart to take a look and rwead do so freely with the uttermost respect for the creative inspiration of a vibrant soul, , one love, ,

  • Rookie Nicole Silvia (7/30/2012 10:21:00 PM) Post reply

    Hello all! I am brand new. I know nothing of writing poetry. I've read some that I liked, started writing some here and there and am really starting to make a conscious effort to expand my skills. I do hope to write books some day. I would love to publish poetry. I am just in the begining stages of learning the art, so please feel free to guide me. Through critique of my current poems, and/or show me what books, sites, courses, etc. would help me. Thank you -Nicole

  • Rookie Kelly Seale (7/30/2012 9:51:00 PM) Post reply

    New member, I have read a few of your poems and made comments. Liked what I have seen so far. I am looking for a site that has decent member interaction...where my writing gets read and commented/reviewed, and I enjoy reading/reviewing others work as well. I will getr started posting my writes. Ciao!

  • Rookie Anton Edwards (7/30/2012 6:38:00 AM) Post reply

    Greetings.. I was born in Europe.. have written 1000+ poems (mostly under assumed names) . Published a few times, reviewed, and still having so much to say....
    thanks for reading a few of my newer poems.. http://www.poemhunter.com/anton-edwards/

    Fantastically Reachable Clouds

    Roads Not Taken

    The Countess of Neither Land


  • Rookie Jodie Meen (7/29/2012 1:00:00 PM) Post reply

    I'm Jodie and I'm 14 years old
    I'm new to poem hunter so please checkout my poems and rate me please :)

  • Rookie Debbie Aherne (7/28/2012 5:40:00 AM) Post reply

    Hi there everyone. I thought it was about time I shared some of my poetry with the world! ! ! I'm sure I'll enjoy reading yours too.

  • Rookie Jillian Love (7/28/2012 1:24:00 AM) Post reply

    I'm new here. I've written a few poems of my own. Maybe I'll share sometime soon. Thanks!

  • Rookie Nimz . (7/27/2012 8:31:00 AM) Post reply


    I'm from South London and I write contemporary poetry about a wide range of subjects. My current ebook is available from Amazon called 'The Spent Youth'. It explores many issues that afflict us today and it is firmly rooted in today's troubled times. It costs less than a pint, there's a free sample and it'll leave you thinking for days after. Thanks for reading (the reviews are on the amazon.co.uk site) .



    Here's the publishers description:
    Today's young people leave school and college facing a world of fear, financial meltdown and a lack of opportunity. ‘The Spent Youth’ echoes the howl of the beat generation, in today’s troubled times. The world is a prism of different realities and warped perceptions. A place where fair-trade peanuts will save Africa, tramps recycle, people commit ‘Suicide By Cop’ and fishing boats catch plastic bottles, as there are few fish left to catch.

    A distinctive, thought provoking idea is at the heart of each poem. Nimz casts his unique eye upon all of these issues and more. From looking at the nature of life and death to expressing the betrayal felt by many of his generation. An old man, a grieving sister-in-law, a lover and a defeated housewife are just some of the people whose views of the world are explored.

    Nimz’s generation has had their future literally spent. These powerful poems are sometimes shocking but always compelling. These are the stories of ‘The Spent Youth’.

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