Ken e Hall

... Find A Friend

.........................................Friend



............................... .............Is

.......................... .................B1

Topic(s) of this poem: love, love and life

Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 13, 2011
Poem Edited: Friday, May 22, 2015

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Comments about ... Find A Friend by Ken e Hall

  • Abdulrazak AralimattiAbdulrazak Aralimatti (10/11/2015 6:25:00 AM)

    Verily, a thoughtful poem.............10

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  • Dorothy- A. HolmesDorothy- A. Holmes (9/18/2015 12:13:00 PM)

    Found and lost...my third try at sending a comment...
    Dorothy

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  • Dorothy- A. HolmesDorothy- A. Holmes (9/18/2015 12:12:00 PM)

    Clever Ken! You are so right1 Glad to have found you here on PH!
    Dorothy
    A Poet Who Loves To Sing

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  • Akhtar Jawad (9/3/2015 5:06:00 AM)

    B1, really very meaningful, liked it.................................

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  • Walterrean Salley (7/9/2015 9:37:00 PM)

    One must first be a friend. True. Good one, thanks.

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  • Howard The Motivational Poet SimonHoward The Motivational Poet Simon (5/22/2015 8:07:00 AM)

    A powerful philosophy that is the true cure for lonliness.

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  • Elena SanduElena Sandu (5/11/2015 9:34:00 PM)

    Awesome! Something as simple as one letter, one number, nine words and lots of dots makes the magic of best recipe, one that could never fail. Loved this read, thank you for sharing!

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  • Patricia GranthamPatricia Grantham (6/18/2014 8:46:00 AM)

    A short but profound poem on friendship. Good play
    on words Ken.

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  • Zubyre ParvezZubyre Parvez (2/18/2011 10:00:00 AM)

    playful and profound. are you suggesting god is a friend too.

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  • Lynn Glover (2/17/2011 8:49:00 PM)

    Ken, best advise I've ever seen in a poem. You hit a home run with that statement. Just a great write. Lynn

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  • Narayanan Ramakrishnan (2/17/2011 4:39:00 AM)

    small but beautiful. says all shows alllll. great great.

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  • Smoky HossSmoky Hoss (2/16/2011 11:25:00 PM)

    I completely agree! Very well put.

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  • Malaya RosesMalaya Roses (2/16/2011 1:22:00 AM)

    This is a super contemporary poem and simplicity had made this poem straightforward with a solid message. Be the one and we will find someone.

    Well done.

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  • Wendy Thopliss (2/15/2011 6:08:00 PM)

    Very clever and true.Nice one.

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  • Pranab K ChakrabortyPranab K Chakraborty (2/14/2011 12:53:00 AM)

    Mobile SMS culture already has made us near to be less writer, talk much and franaticaly, and such writing from a great poet perhaps depicts our future code-poetry which will be simply spoken as the beginning of our learning. For your information, as an Indian we know, the origin of our acquired wisdom written on a book..VEDA... but originally its another name is SHRUTI (spoken and learned by the followers, no written technology were at that time.) Thank you. Carry on your experiment as SMS poetry............10

    Regards,
    pranab

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