Treasure Island

Michael Witkowski

(14 July 1973 / Berent)

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  • poem hater (2/11/2005 5:15:00 PM)

    You are the greatest poet in the world, and thats in under-exaggerating.

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  • dissatified exmember (1/24/2005 2:08:00 PM)

    Michael has an underlying depth that show's through in his writing. I challenege anyone to read and understand his inner emotions. Still a raw style, Michael is however developing and with encouragement he will be able to restucture his writing so that it becomes beautiful poetry.
    Every man is a poet in his own way. See the meaning in the written word. Feel how it flows from the heart. I read Michaels work, not for it's stanza or poetic greatness, but for it's depth and inner meaning.

    Janice M Pickett
    Author of the following Published Books.
    Your Mind Your Health Your Way. Whispers, Poetry in Motion. The Final Deception. Your Wisdom, Your Kids, Your Way.

  • Herbert Nehrlich1 (1/22/2005 1:33:00 AM)

    Wow, you do have imagination. And I guess you will never know whether any of your accusations might be true.
    You'd better not tell my superiors about my doctor titles being fake (which one did you think was fake?) , I may lose my job and be deported to Germany....
    You say I never gave you advice (assuming on how to write poems) , well I generally do not make it a habit to try to teach pigs the art of flying.
    I am not a racist, though and some of my (few) friends are Polish. However they don't remind me of you.
    H

  • Michael Witkowski (1/21/2005 8:33:00 AM)

    well touch yourself on your own nose Dr H, as Germans would sáy.
    You are not a published poet but lewd-lecherous and arrogant.

river mine

my river turns
breath stricken around
thrilling stones, laps up
hoarded balcony grey pearls-
birds mutter wild disguise
in rickety rockety sky which
greases silver plateaux
over dwarfs of mist
sprayed with golden glue-
vapour hangs in the loom,
carving cloistered hunches
of red bark in onion slippery
glaze.

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