Frank James Ryan Jr (FjR)

Gold Star - 104,812 Points (A Collection of Select Literary Works)

Frank James Ryan Jr (FjR) Poems

521. Tones & Ambience Of A Waking...(Rev-Rep) 10/3/2017
522. Haiku For The Bizarrity Of Time 10/3/2017
523. Living Just A Mile Away From Edgar Allan Poe... 10/4/2017
524. Orange Theory (Rev./Rep.) 10/4/2017
525. Life Be Too Short For 'o Ruing 10/4/2017
526. Sacred { Sacrae Patet Quam Sancta } 10/4/2017
527. Begin The End (Content May Be Disturbing) 10/4/2017
528. Upon Lunar Eclipse (Rep.) 10/4/2017
529. Divergent Frequencies (Haiku) 10/5/2017
530. Vinyl Blasts From The 60's Past { Senryu Series I} 10/5/2017
531. ' From The Black Into The Light... 9/23/2017
532. Sonnet For The The Ever Sleeping 9/24/2017
533. ' Beyond The Beyond 9/29/2017
534. Of Autumn And Springtide 9/30/2017
535. Sanguinem Luna { Blood Moon } 10/1/2017
536. Dimensional 10/2/2017
537. The Exception To Enter Charlotte's Web - 10/9/2017
538. The Unorthodox Senryu By Request { The Veritable Virtue } 10/9/2017
539. Upon Shadows Of Autumn [ Art Of Imagism ] 10/9/2017
540. Watching, As The Earth Bleeds... 10/10/2017
541. Leftover Louts . . . 10/10/2017
542. A Soldier's Story, Saigon 1973 9/8/2017
543. Damning The Deathwatch By The Eye Of Carpe Diem 9/10/2017
544. ` Echoes Breathe Deep { Traditional Rondeau Format } 10/10/2017
545. Autumn's Gold Wreath 10/10/2017
546. Veil Of Veronica { At The Sixth Station Of The Cross } 10/11/2017
547. Autumn's Antonym (Haiku) 10/11/2017
548. Collateral . . . 10/11/2017
549. Alternative Recall 10/12/2017
550. What Exactly Does Poetry Do? 10/12/2017
551. One Night At Cafe 12 In The Summer Of '76...(Rev.) 10/13/2017
552. The Crows Of Autumn, Black (For Edgar Allan Poe) -(Rep.) 10/13/2017
553. Great Tales Of Edgar Allan Poe { A Tercet Senryu } 10/13/2017
554. St. Brigid Of Kildare (Senryu) 10/13/2017
555. Cherry Pink & Apple Blossom White.. 10/14/2017
556. Dysthymic Opus Magnum (Repost) 10/14/2017
557. On Finding Closure Amongst The Open Darkness 10/15/2017
558. Haiku Number 1- { A Most Fatuous End To A Day) 10/16/2017
559. Autumn's Nativity (Haiku) 10/17/2017
560. The Last Lullaby (Rep.) 10/17/2017

Comments about Frank James Ryan Jr (FjR)

  • Original Unknown Girl (11/16/2006 10:35:00 AM)

    Hey.... what can I say that hasn't already been written about this great man? I just want to add my thanks and support for someone who I have found a joy to have come to know via PH! His poetry is second to none, I can't miss a single posting..... but beyond all of that... it's the warmth of the character that comes through and leaps out of the page. I positively beam when I read one of FJR's comments and so just wanted to say THANKS and good on you Frankie! Long may we read the delights of your work...... HG: -) xx

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  • Michael Shepherd (10/25/2006 6:17:00 AM)

    Frank - I think you could be the lovechild of William Blake and Emily Dickinson...who said I couldn't access your comments page? Respect. Michael.

  • Danny Reynolds (10/5/2006 11:06:00 AM)

    Just caught the 300 Frank. What 's to say that aint been said, I ask myself? Well you know the old gaff about, 'They broke the mould when they made him! ', nah. Not FJR, they broke the mould before, ya big crack-pot, and thank whoever for it. Long may you buck the trend, my friend, write without restriction and deliver all your poetic contributions to a deserving throng. Positive minds for neutral times, here's to a guy I'm sick of tenning, due mainly to his superior penning!
    Danny.

  • Scarlett Treat (9/20/2006 5:35:00 PM)

    Following the bouncing ball would be easier to do than trying to figure out what Frank is going to write about next. Never one to get on one subject and write over and over about the same thing, his range of subject matter is just awesome. From
    love, to Bonnie and Clyde, to the night life of New York, he covers it all, and does it so well. Don't miss out on this fantastic writer, because if you do, it will be your loss.

  • Ruby Root (7/13/2006 11:08:00 PM)

    Hi James you are a creative unique, compassionate and original writer. You can write just about in any style. You are one talented Writer and I enjoy reading your poetry.

  • Kristin Davis (6/30/2006 6:29:00 PM)

    As another PH fan I can't help but feel like there's more. Friendship made here w/ this awesome poet has made me laugh and smile. Hell, I'll ramble on and on... that's what this is here for...hehehe... =) It never fails when I log on to PH and see Franksters name on my screen my heart leaps w/ glee! (hey that rhymed lol) Anyways, Frank is always there lending his hand of encouragement and praise. A true friend indeed. His work... well some may say I'm biased... but he's quiet a master at the literary arts!

    Love ya Frankster!

    ~*~Kris~*~

  • Tara very irritated with PH injustice (6/15/2006 6:52:00 AM)

    Frank is unusual. Nobody would disagree with that. To my mind Frank is unusually, and joyfully, a superb wordsmith. For all of us, writing pieces is a 'hit and miss' affair. Hit the right ones of Frank's and you're left thinking.....awesome. Anyone who misses out on this work is.... missing out.

  • Anna Russell (5/1/2006 8:19:00 PM)

    I should point out that as a proud Scot I don't say this lightly, but Frank's poems have such a Celtic air about them. I'm not going to bore people by rambling on about how good this guy is (but he is) , so I'll just say...Frank, I love ya!
    Hugs
    Anna xxx

Best Poem of Frank James Ryan Jr (FjR)

' Emeralds And Black Diamonds...

Lie down lass, with me, in sage green meadows
Your blouse flouncing open, in the teasing breeze
The meadows, feel so cotton, this time of year
Come lay beside me, and sense my desires.

Open field, honeysuckle....arouses my yen
For passion 'neath th' sparkle by th' mid-noon sun
No clouds abide our scape of choice to pleasure
So, again I ask you lass, come lay beside me.

Come close, love, as these hungry emerald eyes
Beg to stare into your warm, black diamond eyes
Take my hand in bond, I assure you, my lov',
That emeralds and diamonds never fade ...

Read the full of ' Emeralds And Black Diamonds...

Woman In The Night...

Woman in the night
singing songs to a lamp post,
in her tight, haughty wrap,
ornate spangled shiny glass,
like Gruosi knock-off diamonds.

Still, she dons the stoic glare
that once quenched the thirst
of the midnight wolves.

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