Simone Inez Harriman Comments

Kumarmani Mahakul 01 October 2018

On behalf of all fellow poets, Poem Hunter Family and our Mahakul family a title of honour is offered to poetess Simone Inez Harriman born on 03/05/1959 in Northland, New Zealand as, Golden Rose. From today on-wards she will be known as Golden Rose Simone Inez Harriman. This title is offered due her long term service to mankind and literary perseverance. We hope all poets and visitors will accept this.

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Loke Kok Yee 07 January 2018

A poetess, a level above the rest Her poems, are a pleasure to digest Her dreams, take you on a fantasy ride With eloquence and wisdom alongside

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Valsa George 30 August 2017

Simone Inez Harriman is a poet of great depth! Her poems have many layers of meaning that with one single reading, the meaning cannot be fully exhausted. Some of her poems demand many readings and each time we peruse them, we get a new insight! She is not a prolific writer, but it is not the number but the quality of her poems that makes her an outstanding writer! Above everything, she is a lovely soul with a humane attitude and a universal outlook on life! I wish her all the Best in life as a person and as a poet!

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Lynn Petty 30 April 2017

Dear Simone, I have just read your poem about your kitten. I am beyond words to tell you how much I enjoyed this beautiful work. There are some passages that brought me to tears. Through those words I was lifted to a new ream of beauty. Bri sent me your poem and I am much obliged. Lynn W. Petty

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Adeline Foster 25 September 2016

May I add my encouragement that you too may enjoy many years of lovely poetry. Read mine - Brush Strokes - Adeline

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Pamela Sinicrope 28 May 2016

SImone is a thoughtful and insightful poet. I've enjoyed reading her poetry. It always gives me pause. There's much to think about as far as the content of the writing and the writing itself. ...and I always appreciate her supportive and well-considered commentary. Lots of WOW moments here. :)

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Loke Kok Yee 06 February 2016

Your friendship is like Kipling's The Thousandth Man When I am down and out, on you I depend. Friends like you will stay around tho' weather's foul Like Kipling's Thousandth Man, a true friend I found From a grateful heart came these few simple lines Your kind comments been keeping my site alive When the rain's gone and the sun again shines bright Your lovely poems I will read through the night Many thanks, Loke Kok Yee

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