Margaret Alice

Rookie - 3 Points (The Crystal Age / Pretoria - South Africa)

Margaret Alice Poems

1281. Hot Chocolate And Ice-Cream 3/20/2009
1282. Beauty Of A Whispered Dream 11/6/2008
1283. Being Invisible 4.18.2009 4/18/2009
1284. Ghosts In My Mind 5.11.2009 5/11/2009
1285. '2010/05/08 Right 5/8/2010
1286. 2011/03/13 King Of Storms 3/12/2011
1287. Darwin’s Natural Selection Mystery 1/27/2009
1288. The Thistle’s Offer 1/10/2009
1289. Joy Of Delight! 5.30.2009 5/30/2009
1290. Under Constant Surveillance 11/19/2008
1291. Robbing Robben Island 8/6/2008
1292. Blue Afternoon 7/25/2008
1293. Daydreaming Diva, Prima Donna Of Melodrama 6/22/2007
1294. Kebra Nagast – Ark Of The Covenant 3/16/2007
1295. Work Poems: Tolylfluanid And Dimethylaminosulfotoluidide & Prince Diazinon 1/31/2008
1296. Altered States Of Consciousness 1/9/2009
1297. Mozilla Firefox 6.11.2009 6/11/2009
1298. I Suffer From Verbigeration! 5/3/2007
1299. Work Poems: Playing Musical Chairs In Tax Office 1/15/2008
1300. Raining Ouside – Survival Weather 10/6/2007
1301. Chewing With Grit Under Your Teeth 8/12/2008
1302. 'A Tragic Hero À La Shakespeare 7/11/2008
1303. Science: An Atom Is A Spherical Torus Formation 4/4/2008
1304. Reading - Favourite Hobby 3/25/2008
1305. Never Entrust A Confidence To Such A Callous Person 2/15/2008
1306. I Have Three Passions 5/20/2007
1307. Vibrating Energy - Platonic Solids 1/8/2009
1308. Billy Goats Gruff 1/5/2009
1309. Harry Potter: Harry Dead, Resurrect Him In My Head 8/1/2007
1310. Dancing On Tables 6/23/2009
1311. 16.07.2009 Sparkles In The Air (Rev.) 7/16/2009
1312. 'Mind Session Ends 12/11/2009 11/12/2009
1313. '2010/03/04 Fantasize 3/4/2010
1314. 2010/03/04 Midriff-Engirdling Waffle 3/4/2010
1315. 2010/03/08 Disastrous Day 3/8/2010
1316. 2010/03/13 Ethereal Consciousness 3/13/2010
1317. 2010/03/12 Mantes-La-Jolie 3/15/2010
1318. '2010/02/22 Forgave 2/22/2010
1319. '2010/02/23 Idées Noirs (Rev.) 2/23/2010
1320. '2010/02/24 Celestial Beings 2/24/2010

Comments about Margaret Alice

  • Xxx Xxx (12/7/2008 1:48:00 PM)

    i like what you are writing, looks sincere, honest and with talent

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  • Murtala Ramat (4/9/2008 4:57:00 AM)

    hi poets, good wishes to all.i am going to publish a bilingual poetry magazine named 'KABICAFE' (proposed) from Bangladesh.You r encouraged to send three of ur best short poems (not more than 12 lines) with a brief biography.I hope all the young poets would help me to fulfill my dream project by enriching my magazine.welcome to all & thanks a lot.murtala ramat, poet of Bangladesh.

  • Ivan Donn Carswell (2/5/2008 4:17:00 AM)

    Lil sis is Faerie Queen - beware, owls fly backwards, clocks speak and crocodiles serve tea. With great decorum. Margaret has earned her distinction. Enjoy! Regards, Ivan

  • Goldy Locks (10/18/2007 12:31:00 PM)

    rich with substance and insight and wisdom. Astute, energetic.

    keep on, Margaret.

    sjg -~-

  • Sue Ann Simar (6/15/2007 6:52:00 PM)

    I like the energy of Margaret Alice's work. Her words are her own.

  • Kee Thampi (2/23/2007 12:34:00 AM)

    I really find a good poet engross with fugitive....she flourish war of words for less privileged working class. she is beyond all reach of my words

  • Gerhard Knight (1/25/2007 7:47:00 AM)

    I wonder if this is possible and if it is I also believe that your ego will be quite something to have! ! Something magnificent

Best Poem of Margaret Alice

'Find Such Fun 03/10/09

When things are going well, I forget man-
kind’s sufferings, but then we race through
the land in hubby’s big new car, eating junk
so that I grab the psalmbook to find refuge
against the arrows of allergic evil

Start reading Psalm 38 as rhymed in Afrikaans
by a Revisionist Commission in 1936 and find
such fun in the sufferings of a fellow allergy-
sufferer who seems to have a hangover also,
making me laugh, thus I feel better again!

The Psalm and Hymn Book published by the Dutch
Reformed Church,1958; Psalm 38 ...

Read the full of 'Find Such Fun 03/10/09

The Anonymous Soliloquy

I write
to unravel my mind
to clear the chambers of my conscience
to sing a song that won’t disturb those
who never want to listen
when I adore a tune and want to share
the emotion with a loved one –
who isn’t there

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