Tuesday, February 27, 2007

A Reader’s Daydream Comments

Rating: 4.4
In books written by scholars
With an element enforced on words
You read with your subconscious
And digest all you’ve heard

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David Harris
COMMENTS
JoAnn McGrath 07 April 2007
I like this piece because sometime I try and use the bigger words but it's just not me. They're hard to understand. That's just me I guess. I rather fancy the dime store words. Won't win any prizes but I have fun: O)
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Duncan Wyllie 24 March 2007
A softened tone to this one David, I like it! Love duncan X
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Steffi Webster 07 March 2007
Brilliant poem David. I love the way you describe the familiar feeling of sinking deeper into a particularly enthralling story and then tripping over a simple phrase and jolting back into reality. Well done! ! ! ! ! Steffi xxxxx
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Not a member No 4 02 March 2007
Immortal life - and the differing interpretations open to the subconscious mind - is massively seductive at times. Dream v reality is an ongoing war, and reality is a pretty hard taskmaster at times. A wee escape now and again sometimes helps us to cope. Thought provoking stuff David. Your words had me drifting off down that road too! ! I enjoyed this. jim
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Brian Dorn 02 March 2007
Good stuff, David... and a great ending! I stumble over words all the time (particularly big ones) ! ! Brian
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Lynda Robson 01 March 2007
Very profound thoughts David, well said Lynda xx
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Dee Daffodil 28 February 2007
Very cool poem! Hugs, Dee
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Andrew mark Wilkinson 27 February 2007
i loved this one david... makes you think...10
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