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Hello dear poet Red, Stopped by to read your poems. But i see that my two friends Susan and Kelly have also come in search of your poems. Kelly says you must be a true humanist. I would like to add, an environmentalist as well. But as Susan has written, if you are here only to read poems and comment on them, your presence will brighten us for sure. :)

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Rajnish Manga 19 June 2018

Three notable poets and their independent evaluations are before me. Though, there are no poems on record as yet, I have read some of your comments on recent poems of member poets. I am quite amused and impressed by your thoughtful comments. Thanks & Best Wishes, My Dear Friend.

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Kelly Kurt 17 June 2018

Although Red has yet to post a poem, the comments left for others are a sign of a true humanist.

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Susan Williams 20 June 2018

To answer your question, I don't think you need a pseudonym per se. I would like to know your real name but if that is not to be, I would say you need another pseudonym- -something that reflects your beautiful and extremely intelligent soul.

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Akhtar Jawad 26 June 2018

He is red and distinct in the rainbow, prefers to call himself as an idiot, it's better to be a loving idiot, than being a hating wise.

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Malabika Ray Choudhury 15 April 2019

You are a Bengali - am I right? Thanks for leaving encouraging comments.

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Everyone 27 August 2018

We think you're Tom Billsborough. You silly game playing fool.

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The Crow 25 August 2018

Why don't you take down that ridiculous comment about Judith. You don't even know her, do you?

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The Real Truth 09 August 2018

We all know you are Mrs JUDITH ELIZABETH BLATHERWICK. AGED 54. EAST GARVALD. FULL ADDRESS ONLINE UNDER HER NAME. A WANNABE POET. SEE TORMENTED BY ANDY BROOKES AND THE COWARD. ALSO RINI SHIBU THE COWARD.

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The Crow 07 August 2018

We all know you're Neal /Seamus Obrian

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POEM OF THE DAY
A Dan Yell

I WISH I’d never gone to board
In that house where I met
The touring lady from abroad,
Who mocks my nightmares yet.
I wish—I wish that she had saved
Her news of what she’d seen—
That Dan O’Connor is clean shaved
And parts his hair between.

The ladies down at Manly now—
And widows understood—
No more deplore their marriage vow
Or hopeless widowhood.
For Dan O’Connor is the same
As though he’d never been,
Since Daniel shaved that shave of shame,
And combed his hair between.

No more, Oh Bards, in Danyel tones
He’ll voice our several fames,
And nevermore he’ll mix our bones
As once he mixed our names.
Let Southern minstrels dree their weird
And lay their sad harps down,
For Dan O’Connor’s shorn of beard
And cracked across the crown.

The lobby and refreshment room
Are shorn of half their larks,
A newer ghost now haunts the gloom

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