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  • To a Poet be

    Of poets who can
    when cannot be,
    poetry can be
    but not as is,
    it cannot be;
    it is, what is: a poem,
    as poetry is
    to a poet be.

  • #2
    So write, more than meaning it's our feeling!!!

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    • Tony Grannell
      Tony Grannell commented
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      Hello amenOra, I don't really know - I honestly think it's a load of rubbish and in saying that, the kind gentleman you are to have responded. Most kind of you, indeed. Fond regards, Tony.

  • #3
    Haha Tony, well I am different, I think, because your construction and syntax was very interesting in how it unfolded, Whether it lacked, ah, vigor or warm content--is it?-- it still put on display some interesting things worth something. I am glad you shared for sure!

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    • Tony Grannell
      Tony Grannell commented
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      Hello amenOra, Perhaps it has some worth? Your response, I must say, is uplifting and noble. I am very grateful. Do take care now, Tony.

  • #4
    Maybe that's the difference that most words (like most ordinary things) turn to rubbish. But poetry does not (like gold or gems)

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    • Tony Grannell
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      Hallo lunar glide, How kind of you, truly. Lovely response and very much appreciated. Fond regards, Tony.

  • #5
    Of poets who can
    when cannot be,
    poetry can be
    but not as is,
    Makes me think of
    Russian poets,
    ​​​​​​​penless, paperless
    memory-writing
    in the Gulag's
    Solitary

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    • Tony Grannell
      Tony Grannell commented
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      Hello Johntee. I had the intellectually challenged in mind when writing, still, befitting those Russian poets who you speak of. Thank you very much. Fond regards, Tony
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