FEBRUARY POETS

January 31, 2012 Poetry , POETRY / FICTION

 

February at Tuck is the month when the finest poets are out and about telling their truth and laying it down line by emotional line…

 

 

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17 Comments

  1. Michael Allen April 30, at 23:52

    Doesn't it seem there's a revivial in poetry? Not so much with the poets, but with the readers and the listeners? It seems to me that there's a greater audience now in place to appreciate the art.

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    • Administrator April 30, at 23:58

      Yes, I agree with you Michael. Oddly, the very thing we attack for destroying attention spans and polluting an entire generation with illiteracy is in fact, responsible for a sort of renaissance poetically and artistically. As a poet I find the immediacy of this medium a gift but of course curse is that to get to the art you must wade through a few feet of muck. It's lovely to have you here and to read your comment, please visit again.

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  2. Selma February 09, at 01:00

    Hi Elizabeth. I really like your use of water and colour. Your poetry has a vividness that makes the emotion contained in it come to life. Terrific!

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  3. Selma February 08, at 22:30

    Hi Feltsensejunkie. I really like your use of colour. There is a poignancy to your work that is quite moving. Very well done!

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  4. Selma February 08, at 22:29

    Hi Jennifer. An exquisite piece. Delicate, almost ethereal imagery. The sparrow thin wrists provide such a striking image!

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    • Jennifer February 18, at 01:30

      Hi Selma,Thanks so much for your thoughtful comments. I am pleased you enjoyed my work.

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  5. Selma February 08, at 22:27

    Hi Marsha. You have just covered two of my favourite subjects - sitting in a tinny and watching a crane. Love both poems. I love the image of the village scurrying at the back of the seabird. That is fantastic!

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  6. Selma February 08, at 22:25

    Hi Steve. You present very powerful images. Your poetry has a great impact. Really like the line - 'the Dove has hope encased in his thin black collar.' Oh, yes.

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  7. Selma February 08, at 22:23

    Hi Jessica. Beautiful work. 'And Speak of Shadows' is just glorious. And I can relate to your 'Occupy' poem...

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    • Jessica February 13, at 16:09

      Hi Selma, thank you kindly! My first comment :)

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  8. Selma February 08, at 22:21

    Hi, Guy. I really like your poetry. Your image of the turquoise water between exposed rocks is just gorgeous. Very, very nice!

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  9. swichman February 07, at 05:34

    Lovely words..........for me they create paintings. Great to read your work here!

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