Friday, August 4, 2006

Not This Day Comments

Rating: 5.0
Where ever she has gone
Is there a thought of me
As she looks up, or down
From my palm the old stone

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Tailor Bell
COMMENTS
Original Unknown Girl 03 January 2007
Stunning work here Tailor, love the analogies and the stone skimming across the water is one I've wanted to use but not found the correct setting! ! You've done this to perfection.... HG: -) xx
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Not a member No 4 03 January 2007
What an ending, and what a title for this state of mind, this affirmation - despite the suggestion this heart was 'held too near'! And the throwing of the stone is such a symbolic act! Like throwing ourselves away. Every line so telling. Another marvel Tailor. jim
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Melvina Germain 09 October 2006
This is absolutely beautiful Tailor, I like it very much, Thankyou--Melvina
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Anna Stephens 14 September 2006
Stunningly beautiful. A moment of wistful melancholy. Anna Stephens
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Patricia Gale 09 September 2006
Tailor, this is beautiful. The imagery so colorful
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Linda Ori 21 August 2006
Tailor - beautiful use of imagery and color - brilliant write! Brought a lovely picture to my mind's eye. Linda
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Mary Nagy 17 August 2006
I truly enjoyed this beautiful vision you've left me with Tailor! It reminds me of a painting.......just beautiful. Very nice. Sincerely, mary
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Barbara James 16 August 2006
I love this poem, Tailor, especially the first two lines. I have put it in my favorite poems
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Danny Reynolds 16 August 2006
I wonder how many times, that stone skipped. And how many more stones will follow? Danny
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Very impressive craftwork, Tailor...Poetic brevity is a penumbra of sorts...as well as a most complex facet of the Art....Your masterfull attention to structure, rhythm and well placed imagwork makes 'NOT THIS DAY', a perfect day for this Poem. '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''FJR/fjr
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Packed with imagery; wistfulness, difficult to capture at the best of times, expertly depicted. t x
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Alison Cassidy 11 August 2006
I like your economy of words, Tailor. So may write far too many. Skimming stones... a lovely image. Sincerely, Alison
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Emma Johnson 11 August 2006
It is very difficult to render moments like this in writing. A well-painted piece of realism. Susie.
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Melvina Germain 10 August 2006
Ah, I love this one too, a lost love, hmmm I can truly relate to this picture. Very soothing composition.--Thankyou Tailor---Melvina
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Anna Russell 09 August 2006
'...gaze accross the world/from the dipping suns' - exquisite. This whole gem seems so effortless (I'm betting it wasn't tho!) . Hugs Anna xxx
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Duncan Wyllie 05 August 2006
Swaying as a gentle breeze, your words are so colourful Love duncan X
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Goldy Locks 05 August 2006
i thought the title could be stronger - that's why i gave you a 9ers.
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Goldy Locks 05 August 2006
love the colors you used here, T. Bell - violent & green. & your incorporation of a stone in your palm. makes me think you were near the ocean - magnificient! Sus
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Patricia Gale 04 August 2006
Beautiful with a flow of grace.Lovely
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Séamus Fox 04 August 2006
Nice and compact. Nice flow all the way to conclusion. A calming read. Séamus
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