jodi right

Rookie (28/06/90 / Sheffield)

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i am 17, i begun my poetry only last year and love writing it. Its just a way to show you feelings in a different aspect and letting other people to be inspired by your writing and be able to relate it to their life. My first poem was Seven Whispers and i think i have learnt from that poem to explore more into poetry and write in different ways my favourite poem is Truth because it is personal to ... more »

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  • Andrew Konisberg (5/27/2005 11:12:00 AM)

    keep at it, Jodi. you are extremely talented. I could only just about string sentences together at your age...you are writing things that are 'up there' with some of the best poets on this site. I am only an average poet myself, but I know ability when I read it. Keep going!

  • long gone (4/8/2005 9:46:00 AM)

    you, quite simply, are one of the most gifted writers on the entire site. I am stunned at how effortless your verse appears. and...your best is yet to come.

  • Lamont Haywood (3/31/2005 4:02:00 PM)

    You are a sensitive and talented poet. Your work is brilliant! You are capable of writing the way most of us wish we could write and yet to be so young...It is only in age however because your heart is very mature and wise. You make me believe again.

  • ZhaoNian (Michael) Chen (3/31/2005 12:37:00 PM)

    you are a goddess in poetry.
    i look forward to seeing your published poetry books in the future.

  • Emily Nunchuck (3/31/2005 12:57:00 AM)

    The first person I've read on here with an age so close to mine, as well as a talent far beyond her age. You're most definately one of the best poets of our age I've read, and it's nice to relate to poems as I do with yours.

  • Drew Chadwick (3/30/2005 7:58:00 PM)

    You are utterly amazing and inspirational. Fantastic, deep work. Well done.

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Best Poem of jodi right

Oh, How I'D Like To Travel

I lie awake each night
Staring at the ceiling
Following each crack
Finding new routes

Oh, how I’d like to travel
Somewhere new,
Somewhere old,
Somewhere where the people;
Sing merrily
Dance happily

Oh, how I’d like to travel
On a plane,
On a boat,
On something that will get me there;
Fast, like a soaring bird
Safely, like a locked room

Oh, how I’d like to travel
To see the sunset of a new horizon
To smell the sweet smells of newness
Like the delicious croissants;
Of France
Like the finest chocolates
Of ...

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