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Heres a little poem i made up myself

I like my dad
except when he is sad
but i am glad
hes my dad
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maria garcia
arkansas, US of A
- Tuesday, July 19, 2005 at 20:16:53 (CEST)

 
 
Tomas O Carthaigh now has a poetry site live on the web at www.toc.pro.ie, check it out! A sample of his work is on the site, and replication requests will be handled through this email address. Websites wishing to swap links are invited to email with details. One of the poems is included below, and another six or so are on site. ============================== THE PAST EMPIRES The Past for many holds a kind of facination But I feel little of that at all They wonder at the rise of a nation… And marvel at a great nations fall… How empires from small nations grow… And how together they managed to hold… Only to fall as another rose long ago… As the story to them is told… The truth to them and you I now relate… The truth in it you will realise No nation should have more than the atom state… The land in proportion to their size… The reason why great empires always fall: God topples them – for theyre not real at all! ================================= A collection will be published in paperback format around next March or so. Advance orders can be requested through the above email address.
Tomas O' Carthaigh
Offaly,Ireland
- Tuesday, September 07, 2004 at 12:28:33 (CEST)

 
 
Thanks. I was looking for a poem that reminded me of my brother. He passed away five months ago. But sometimes it is still very hard. We were very close. I too work with Cisco, but Cisco Contact Centre stuff. Best of luck on the job front. Slan A Chara. Is mise, Kevin
Kevin Buckley
Dallas (Originally Cork, Ireland),Texas
- Thursday, September 02, 2004 at 15:54:10 (CEST)

 
 
Hii ,, Am sorry to barge in ur guestbook like this. I am Priya kalpoe i am 17 years old and i am studen't here in Aruba. And i realy need help with a poem. I need to find a poem. A poem that when u read it . it inspires you to study.. if any one can help me .. plzz do so .. it really depends on me passing this class... My email adress is : Rekindle101@hotmail.com Thanx.. p.s. Nice Site.. .
 
 
Through all the hell on earth thus pass, The curious cat; the half gone glass, A non-existent, timeless war, The power of god; its loss less lore, The pagan prophet, his Satan cloak, The love that left; the blood that soak.
Here.is/Codepoem
Codepoem,France
- Tuesday, May 18, 2004 at 20:02:25 (CEST)

 
 
dear dave, hi my name is alison and ive been rory o'kellys{ the guy you mentioned in your thank you page} girlfriend for the past three years. a while ago when i was down rory gave me the little book of poetry you printed for him. i keep it now inside a diary and it has become so sacred to me. i just wanted to tell you thank you and i think what you,ve done is so wonderful and sweet and you should be really proud of yourself. you've made me smile loads of times from miles away! thanks again and loads of luck in all your future projects love alie
alie
sligo,ireland
- Sunday, May 09, 2004 at 18:22:43 (CEST)

 
 
the poems was all great to me i also love the website.
shantal fleming
st. paul,usa
- Tuesday, April 13, 2004 at 18:15:09 (CEST)

 
 
Thank you.
John Harries
Muscat,Oman
- Wednesday, January 28, 2004 at 14:43:09 (CET)

 
 
Could you please help me promote my site? It's an online poetry club where people can comment on your work http://www.eliteskills.com/
Jimmy
NRH,USA
- Sunday, December 07, 2003 at 21:46:19 (CET)

 
 


I am just a lowly, humble poet, and common working man trying to plant a seed in the heart of humanity. http://truth.url4life.com/ http://thoughts.url4life.com/ http://godschildren.home-page.org/
Michael R. Roth
Beaver Dam, WI.,U.S.A.
- Friday, October 24, 2003 at 10:57:36 (CEST)

 
 
Sadly it looks like your guestbook has now been targeted by symbiosgroup.co.uk - the company behind all these spammed messages linking to ringtone sites etc. I have had to go to great lengths to block them from my site. I wish there was a way to get back at them.
A friend
UK
- Monday, September 29, 2003 at 23:39:01 (CEST)

 
 
Great site, I like the way you have made it easy to get around and see everything. Please visit my site too, it is new, and submit some of your work while you are there http://mainstreetannex3.bravepages.com/poetry/poetscornor.html
Jackie
St Petersburg,USA
- Friday, September 05, 2003 at 02:51:40 (CEST)

 
 
We need poets and story writers..... http://www.chatalot.net
King of Chatalot
Chatalot, - Wednesday, August 27, 2003 at 21:31:16 (CEST)
 
 
You have a great site - keep up the good work. best regards freelanceeditor7 http://www.AuthorsSociety.org
freelanceeditor7
web,web
- Tuesday, July 22, 2003 at 13:21:49 (CEST)

 
 
Rainer Maria Wilke says it all. http://michaeldlp.tripod.com
Michael A. de la Pena
Tarzana,United States
- Tuesday, July 22, 2003 at 04:50:01 (CEST)

 
 
Thanx a lot for this site. Wilde's "La Mer" saved my life...
Andrew
Saint-Petersburg,Russia
- Sunday, July 13, 2003 at 23:33:31 (CEST)

 
 
Your poetry... It did something to me. I need to speak to someone from your site. It's very important. I don't know if I can hold on for too long...
Roland Charleroy
Ashaway,United States
- Friday, July 04, 2003 at 02:08:45 (CEST)

 
 
This is a message for Valerie.
Thanks for your moving entry in the portable poetry guestbook. I only read the guestbook every few weeks and I can see that you wrote it quite some time ag. I've no idea of your email (though you can include it, it's actually stripped off at processing time) so can't write to thank you personally. I'm sorry that you had to read the drivel in my journal when some uplifiting poetry was probably what you needed.
Anyway, I'm glad that you left your thoughts on the guestbook - they're hard to read but I'm happy that just writing them down helped you.
My thoughts are with you, as I'm sure, are those of anyone who reads your entry. Take care.
webmaster, portable poetry
Paris,France
- Tuesday, June 17, 2003 at 22:54:52 (CEST)

 
 
Hi,l was touched by your journal,people can be rude some time.l would like to share with you why l came to your site,if you don't mind.l do not wish for anything FREE just want to tell you a story that happened to me last night,ready.l'm a nurse and l worked a 3 to 11 shift last night,l guess l should tell you l'm a very good nurse with a real heart and soul,lots of people tell me l am their favorite nurse,because l care from the heart.My story is as follows,l worked on a unit4,first shift there in maybe 2 months,having a great shift laughing with patients and co-workers,at about 9:30, call came in from emerg,we had a admission,possible G.l bleed.As l watched the R.N pushing the stretcher up the hall towards me l saw our new pt,and a sadness filled my heart.A lady l had care for months before was back,she looked at me and said,"oh,my favorite nurse,l'm so glad you are taking care of me."l smiled at her and said,"l thought l told you l never wanted to see you again",l tell all my pt,not in the hospital anyway.She smiled and reached out for me,l took her hand and went with her to her new room,maybe her last home here on earth,you see she is dying of cancer.We had to put a G.I tube down her throat,not a nice thing to have happen to you,she asked to hold my hand,l gave her my hand and my heart.The tears are coming to my eyes again,forgive me if my spelling gets messy.So,with a kind word and a smile on my face,l hold her hand and her grip is so tight my fingers are turning red,butl continue to smile,at this point she started to throw up blood,lots of blood,on me,on the bed ,on my co-worker,l never let her hand go,if anything my heart was breaking at that point and for her l could not loosen my grip.............so,my friend,that is my story and l came here looking for a poem to help my heart feel better.l guess l needed to feel l'v done all l can for her,instand,l read your journal and found you,someone to tell my story to and in doing so has made my heart feel so much better,and l THANK YOU,for that.l don't know if anyone will ever read what l'v wrote,but it is ok,if you do and would like to drop me a line ,please do.Well,l must go,please take care of yourself and don't give up on people,a lot of us still have great hearts and souls,and l must say before l go,l did not get to enjoy your poems because l do not read French,sadden me........Bye for now....Val
Valerie
Camrose,Alberta,Canada
- Tuesday, June 03, 2003 at 19:41:00 (CEST)

 
 
Hello every body.. I love poetry and I write and also I read too.. Now I make a Turkish and English Poetry web site.. If you have time Please have a look..www.geocitis.com/siirimiz/ Best Regards.. Murtaza Kalender. www.geocities.com/siirimiz/
Murtaza Kalender
Middletown,Ohio
- Tuesday, June 03, 2003 at 08:38:16 (CEST)

 
 
"The Poetz Project" represents the next evolution in Spoken Word. Featuring words from some of the best slam and traditional poets in the U.S., and music by electronic artist LiNCOLN. The Poetz Project is available at www.poetcd.com. Peace and Blessings!
Gary Lincoln
Pensacola,USA
- Thursday, February 20, 2003 at 21:20:24 (CET)

 
 
Et dire que je n'avais pas laissé de mot sur le guest book du très célèbre site portable poetry. Magnifique site. Du travail de pro.
Khazem
Paris,France
- Tuesday, November 05, 2002 at 16:53:58 (CET)

 
 
VERY GOOD WEBSITE AS A LITERATURE STUDENT VERY HELPFUL BUT DONT U HAVE ESSAYS OR SUMMARIES TO GO WIT THE POEMS
FREAKOUT
LONDON,U.K
- Thursday, October 31, 2002 at 12:07:40 (CET)

 
 
Words of wind... Http://www.angelfire.com/poetry/ks/
Kenneth Sorensen
Asker,Norway
- Monday, October 28, 2002 at 20:23:17 (CET)

 
 
Please visit http://www.jaydearchangelpoetry.blogspot.com/ It's my poetry site, I update it regularly, and I'm just looking for some new traffic. Thanks!
Julia
Gig Harbor,USA
- Thursday, October 17, 2002 at 19:31:55 (CEST)

 
 

Like two golden birds perched on the selfsame tree,
intimate friends, the ego and the Self dwell in the same body.

The former eats the sweet and sour fruits of the tree of life,
while the latter looks on in detachment.

Courtesy computer memory upgrade

 

Grateful Guest
USA
- Sunday, September 29, 2002 at 05:44:04 (CEST)

 
 
The Portable Poetry books look delightfully beautiful! I got so engrossed in reading about how they were made that I forgot why I came here in the first place. I think it was to look for Blake's 'Chimney-Sweeper. Anyway, excellent website! :)
Brenda
Madison, WI,USA
- Saturday, September 28, 2002 at 08:33:02 (CEST)

 
 
Great graphics and layout. http://www.portableairconditioners.web1000.com
Portable Air Conditioners
GLENDALE,US
- Tuesday, September 24, 2002 at 00:31:11 (CEST)

 
 
This is Jamaal again. I'm very sorry about the entry below. I understand that some people may find what I wrote offensive but I'm basically very immature and lacking in self confidence. I'm so, so, sorry.
jamaal
compton, CA,USA
- Monday, August 19, 2002 at 16:15:00 (CEST)

 
 
Dis nigga like 2 poop Like a snoop a doop doop Takin a crap Wit da Homies, yeah! Poopin in da ghetto Ya gots to be fast O yo get yo azz capped wit a turd hangin out yo azz So poop real quick or u gonna die Poopin in da ghetto U gots 2 b sly
jamaal
compton,ca
- Monday, August 19, 2002 at 05:58:00 (CEST)

 
 
Still groovy after all these years! My old copy is a bit tatty at this stage, but it still works.
Páraic Maguire
Paris, - Thursday, July 11, 2002 at 11:30:13 (CEST)
 
 
nice sites
charles
Lomé,togo
- Thursday, May 16, 2002 at 01:09:14 (CEST)

 
 
Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read. --Groucho Marx
Patrick Schreber
Toronto Canada,Auckland New Zealand
- Tuesday, March 05, 2002 at 06:59:51 (CET)

 
 
I think you'd like my uniquely designed March Tenth Poetry Archive. Using a wide variety of styles from strict meter and rhyme schemes to freestyle slam, most of the works are focused on human interaction. They're organized by a series of composition notebooks - the kind you use in school. The direct URL is http://www.themarionette.com/marchtenth. Peace
Mario Rossetti
Phoenix, AZ,USA
- Tuesday, November 20, 2001 at 17:51:10 (CET)

 
 
im labrayal meldean im 22 and i have been working on a tape of my poems i sing one of my poems and say but my cousin did music in the back groung for me and did a solo and i was woundering how i can copy right my stuff? please feel free to email me labrayal
labrayal meldean
oaktown in,usa
- Monday, October 22, 2001 at 06:21:49 (CEST)

 
 
 
 
 
 
Great site. Well done. Check out Fluid Ink Press for all your other poetry needs. Well done again!
Scott Villarosa
Melbourne,Australia
Web site: http://users.pipeline.com.au/scottv/fluidinkpress
- Wednesday, March 28, 2001 at 06:47:26 (CEST)

 
 
 
 
Excellent. Keep up the good work.
Gregory Porter
Dublin, Ireland
- Tuesday, March 20, 2001 at 21:31:37 (CET)

 
 
This site deserves an award!
Fergus Conmee
London, England
- Monday, February 26, 2001 at 12:48:43 (CET)

 
 
Site trËs impressionant, on attend avec impatience la version franÁaise, je suis sur que tu peux la faire toi mÍme.
FranÁois Piednoir
Paris,France
- Wednesday, January 24, 2001 at 13:17:07 (CET)

 
 
Stefania mi ha fatto conoscere questo sito. Come lei nessuno mai per me.
Massimiliano
Udine,Italy
- Tuesday, January 16, 2001 at 08:35:59 (CET)

 
 
I found what I sought for, and much more,thank you very much.
Eero Tamminen
Helsinki,Finland
- Wednesday, January 10, 2001 at 14:20:09 (CET)

 
 
great site!
Mayuri Mukherjee
Durgapur,India
- Sunday, January 07, 2001 at 15:19:00 (CET)

 
 
hey i like the poems im seeing everyone keep upthe good work
Lori Lea
Levelland,usa
- Sunday, December 24, 2000 at 05:18:56 (CET)

 
 
 

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