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Hello, Jamie, thanks for following my poetry blog 🙂
Thanks for following my blog, Jamie…
Looking forward to reading your work. Thanks very much for the follow!
Hello Jamie, Thanks for following and thank you for the enjoyment of your verses.
Hi Jamie – Thanks for visiting my blog and for following! Music and poetry are the best combination there is and wonderful to see that your blog combines the two. We’re also connected on Twitter I see. All the best.
Thanks Shery – you are welcome and good to see you here – thanks for your kind words and taking the time to comment! Cheers J
Thank you for following my blog. Best wishes.
You’re welcome Bryan – you too! Cheers J
Thanks for checking my blog and following my own poetry ramblings. Look forward to keeping up on yours, too.
Thank you too! Cheers J
I didn’t read any of the notes and responses so if this already brought to your attention you’ll know why. The poem link is not working for me. Maybe it does for others.
Thanks for letting me know, please try again, it should be fixed! Cheers J
No one plans to take the path….beautiful poem structure and content – very moving like a song of course
Agreed, but sadly it happens anyway – thanks for stopping by to comment with such kind words – Cheers J
Thank you – glad you enjoyed! Cheers J
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Could you consider making a peem involving lyrics from Linkin Park- Castle of Glass?
Beautiful blog, by the way. (:
Thanks for commenting Finn – will work on a poem for your song – thanks for the request! Cheers J
Thanks for visiting my young blog mzonez.wordpress.com
You’re very welcome! Cheers J
Hi, thanks for stopping by my blog! I was looking around yours and found many interesting poems. Lyrics from Duran Duran and The Cardigans stood out to me so I checked out the about page and this page. Great concept!
If I may be so bold, I’d like to suggest the song “Setsugekka -The End of Silence-” by GACKT. It’s in Japanese, but I think it’s a beautiful song even if you don’t understand Japanese (though I don’t know whether or not you do). The video’s up on YouTube.
You are welcome and thanks for spendng time round mine – interesting challenge – and it is indeed a beautiful song, listened to it today so thank you for introducing me to this song, sadly I don’t know Japanese – no promises, but will see what I can do – Cheers J
You have amazing talent with words.. keep it up
Thank you – I will try! Cheers J
I really enjoyed your poems they are very insightful.
Thank you for your kind words – I hope you found yourself 🙂 – Cheers J
Wow great blog!! Thanks for liking my post, reading your blog has made me remember why I love being on WordPress, why did I stay away so long. I will be here heaps checking out your blog, please keep writing!!
Thank you Lise – welcome aboard! hope you found something you connected with – Cheers J
Hello, my name is Gregory. I just wanted to thank you for liking my blog at “Cascadialegends.wordpress.com” I wish you the best of luck as well! Be sure to let others know about me. 🙂 And if you wish to get in contact with me, my email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you Gregory and you are welcome! Cheers J
Don’t forget to let others know about me if you happen to get the chance.
I certainly will – Cheers J
Thanks for liking Lust In the Details. It is just a rambling about how Lust sometimes gets lost when you de-tail the little devil!
I decided when I was about 6 to never cry again and didn’t till I was 21 so your blog title interests me. I’ll check it out.
Thank you – dare I ask what prompted the 21 outpouring or is that a box best kept locked? Cheers J
I was riding back from the ‘Life concert’ with high school girls. We all knew we would never see each other again. They were too young for me to date and to them I at 21 was OLD. They asked me questions about how guys thought about a lot of things. We were all so happy from all the things we learned at the life concert we kept crying tears of joy, not sad tears. I dropped them off at a mall and then called my girlfriend. I had been real shy especially around women unless I got to know them. I lost 10% of my shyness at the concert and another 30% talking to the girls. They were laughing and giggling (As girls that age seem to do a lot.) with me not at me and we had a lot of fun on the trip back. My new gold colored Triumph Spitfire helped too.Well maybe it was deep mustard colored but that car was golden to me. It was a girl magnet. I did learn other lessons with it, DO NOT try to give a girl driving lessons in a stick shift sports car! Especially if she tells you she once drove her dads’ automatic in a mall parking lot. Well okay do it but be sure her older sister knows how much you helped out little sister, but that is another story. Thanks for reading my post. I have some other websites too. (arealniceguy)
Brilliant story and much more than I hoped – thanks for sharing – will head to your blog soon for a catch up! Cheers J
Hello Jamie, Thank you for liking my blog, http://www.englishmanual.wordpress.com. That gave me a chance to visit here and read your site. Great blog; keep on going! All the best.
Thank you Merridy and you are welcome – Cheers J
I love your blog, you can write like one of the best!
I can’t tell you how many times i’ve cried because I could really find myself in the poem or simply because it was so beautifully written.
Can’t wait to read more.
And thank you for visiting my blog.
It means really much to me, especially because I didn’t start to long ago and am still somewhat insecure what my work concerns.
Also, I like your name. It’s really beautiful.
It also interested me a bit, because a few years ago I decided I would never again cry in front of other people.
But that’s not really important.
Sorry, I’m rambling.
I just wanted to say thank you and how good I think you are.
Little old me.
Thank you again – feel free to ramble anytime 🙂 – your words truely humble me – glad you connect with my work – Cheers J
Thanks for liking clueless!
You are welcome – Cheers J
Your blog site is so well constructed i;m in awe of it. Thanks for looking at Little Things.