Linda Ori

Rookie - 192 Points (08/13/1945 / UTAH)

Linda Ori Poems

161. ! Beautiful Differences 7/15/2007
162. Beatles Memory 10/22/2006
163. I Keep Thinkin' 9/30/2006
164. Always The Best Friend 10/8/2006
165. If Only 8/10/2006
166. Femme Fatale 8/26/2009
167. The Nature Of Things 4/15/2007
168. Time Of Truth 4/17/2006
169. Some People 3/17/2007
170. The 200 4/19/2007
171. ! Impatiently 5/6/2009
172. Take It To The Sea 1/23/2007
173. Handwriting On The Wall 7/19/2006
174. October Night 8/14/2006
175. ! In Pursuit Of The Dream 4/2/2008
176. Forever Yours 12/2/2006
177. Forgotten 9/7/2006
178. ! Entering The Forbidden Zone 2/14/2009
179. ' A Moment Of Splendor 3/19/2009
180. ! Halloween Tale 10/27/2006
181. Haiku For You-Fjr 6/30/2007
182. ! Sophisticated Debutante 6/2/2009
183. ! Once Again 5/9/2009
184. Because Of You 2/25/2007
185. ! Tribute To 'Hozen' 6/15/2008
186. ' A Fine Line 3/18/2009
187. The River Of Time 3/24/2007
188. ! Why Don'T You Try? 4/19/2008
189. A Prayer For Change 5/1/2006
190. ! Alone 10/24/2008
191. ! Now That You'Re Gone 9/1/2008
192. ' Second Thoughts 11/12/2009
193. Angel Love 4/11/2006
194. The Journey 12/24/2005
195. ! So Many Times 4/19/2008
196. ' The Calling 11/7/2009
197. The Party's Over 9/2/2006
198. ! Political Haiku 6/7/2008
199. Kindred Spirits 1/28/2007
200. Ode To A Rainy Day 8/20/2006

Comments about Linda Ori

  • Esam Jarbou (4/6/2010 2:13:00 AM)

    If there is a poem from heaven i would say Linda Ori's poems are the living poof. Linda is great poet.

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  • Shashendra Amalshan (8/11/2009 10:41:00 AM)

    Linda is a very good modern poet. She is very versatile in her skills... Most of her poems are very entertaining and extremely readable... She does write thought provoking ones too, In that sense she has what it takes to arouse the reader’s mind’s eye! ! ! .... And she has what it takes to make the reader move with her lines.. Some of her poems seem to ooze out emotions….
    As a person she is a priceless friend too… I mean some of her poems do reflect what a lovely lady she is…..
    If any want some fun, I should recommend start reading her by turning to her poem“
    That’s great fun, hilarious..! ! ! !

    Best wishes and with lots of love

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  • Mitta Xinindlu Mitta Xinindlu (3/24/2008 12:54:00 PM)

    Talking about a person who knows her work..this lady right here. I love your work and it's so inspirational, mostly because you have skills, expirience and whatever else it takes to be where you are with writing.

    I've read your work and shall continue

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  • Greenwolfe 1962 (2/9/2008 1:43:00 PM)

    The other comments you shall read here about this poetess will express
    the personal feelings they felt at reading her poetry. Many of them will
    have a difficult time explaining why her poetry has such an effect on them.
    After all, it appears as if hers is similar to the poetry of so many others
    who may give them the same effect occasionally. The most telling of
    these comments will be those saying that they shall return here to read
    Whatever the comments, they are just a simple manifestation of what
    they are really experiencing. That , for which , they have no words.
    For what they are doing is reading 'real' poetry. Not what someone
    calls poetry, not what someone says reads like poetry, not what an
    academic advocates as qualified to be called poetry. No, this is what
    a greater power than resides on earth declared to be poetry long before
    it had the name. Her written words are not modern poetry or Whitman
    poetry, Poe poetry, Byron poetry, Islamic poetry, or poetry by any
    description of man. Least of all, this one. So I shall not even try. The
    true seeds of poetry are written in our minds, not in our hearts.
    Before poetry enters our heart, it must be heard by our minds. Our
    minds hear poetry through the sound of the words, not their meanings.
    The great poets can speak this language so that it reaches our hearts
    with meaning after passing through our minds with the sound of their words.
    By such means is poetry defined and by such a great poetess as this is
    God able to reach the heart as well as the mind of man. Linda Ori , is
    all that a poetess or any true artist can ever be.

    Greenwolfe 1962

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  • Tara very irritated with PH injustice (11/4/2007 12:55:00 PM)

    By way of her poetry Linda somehow brings out (variously) the atmosphere, the emotions, the colours, the scene/s. Always with impact. The impact is often one of senerity. I feel peaceful yet pensive after reading one of Linda's poems. And one is never enough.
    Linda, my hat off to you.


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  • Nimal Dunuhinga (3/25/2006 12:53:00 PM)

    I found sadness of her poems like pastel drawings.

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  • Richard Bunch (3/25/2006 9:42:00 AM)

    Not just the words, but the spirit behind them: lovely!

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Best Poem of Linda Ori

' How Do I Reach You?

If I could put it into words -
All that my heart is feeling,
Would they help to warm your heart
Or would they send you reeling?

There are so many emotions
So many words to say,
But which ones would you savor
And which ones throw away?

I live in indecision -
Which formula is best?
Overwhelm you with my thoughts
Or give your heart a rest;

It's difficult to hold inside
This flood of raw emotion
That threatens now to drown me
Like a shipwreck on the ocean;

I would die a thousand deaths
To think you never knew
Just how ...

Read the full of ' How Do I Reach You?

Sad Green Eyes

You look at me with sad green eyes,
I'm overcome with feeling-
Such deep emotion they disguise,
Yet send my senses reeling; They speak to me of loneliness
And feelings unexpressed,
Of hopes and dreams unrealized
And love gone uncaressed; They cry to me of urgency
To experience it all-
But here you are in limbo

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