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Post#351 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 7:51 pm


Yes, this sounds wonderful. Just one page at a time and read it out loud over and over, put it aside and try again and tighten everything until it is just as you hoped it would be.



To any that read this thread and are from Japan, my heart felt sorrow at the earthquake, my prayers all of you and yours are safe and hope that any alive and not recovered will be so immediately,



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Post#352 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 9:20 pm


Umm... I have never posted on this thread before, but here is a poem I wrote last night. Hope you enjoy:)



 



 Call Me Home



 



 Oh lands of river tree and leaf,



 of flower bloom and striving cease.



 Oh, land of honey, rolling hills,



 of birds and beasts where no home fills.



Oh, land of countless hours of sleep,



 long walks the trees of utter still.



The stars a gleam the stirring nigh,



like river streams into the sky.



No stop to one I call my own,



 no till of ground no seed is sown.



 The fruit reaps though men unseen,



 the grass grows long the water clean.



 Oh, I love the one I miss,



 the one I cannot come.



 Oh, call me home this land I beg,



 pardon me not for my wish my pledge.



 Bear my heart my soul my love,



take not my mind in this world above.



I seek to lay, I seek to sleep,



 I seek to drink and only reap,



 not what my hands have toiling sown,



 but what is freely given in this land my own.



 


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Post#353 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 9:31 pm


Hello Fahvier..have you introduced yourself on the New Member's thread?



This is such a beautiful piece and such seemingly simple words have such power,keep writing friend and post and discuss poetry here with us as much as you wish.



Do tell us about yourself:)



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Oerath Windsoul
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Post#354 » Sat Mar 12, 2011 3:54 am


I agree with Odette. In my opinion, it was quite ordinary text, but yet so well written.



And be sure to introduce yourself, Fahvier, and also..



Be sure to write more poems.



Welcome to PT. :)



 

'Come explore the astral heights of the gallery of imagination and time.'

fahvier
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Post#355 » Sat Mar 12, 2011 10:11 am


Thank you for the warm greetings. I did introduce myself on the new members thread.:)  A little bit about me... I have written little poetry, but love to work with words. The works of Tolkien have inspired me to write more. I have also an interest in writing stories, but of that I do not have much to speak of. My poetry cannot compare to that of yours, and I am inspired by all the works posted on here, they are just beautiful. But I will try to post some more in the future.:) 



Fahvier,



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Post#356 » Sat Mar 12, 2011 10:29 am


Odette and Favhier,



I am completely blown away by your beautiful poetry!!!!!!!!



Odette, I would not consider your work mushy, at all, but heartfelt, lyrical and full of love and passion. I have no doubt that our dear profession would have been proud to have read such a beautiful song inspired by his pen.



Favhier, your poem brings a sense of warmth that a love of one's home can only bring. A timeless piece.



Thank-you to all our wonderful and talented writers for sharing your hearts with us.



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Oerath Windsoul
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Post#357 » Sat Mar 12, 2011 1:10 pm


Well said, Rednell, we've promising writers around these corners, and quite a number of styles too.



I bring in some fantasy and darkness (which is arguably true), while Odette strives to keep our minds pure and clear with her splendid work, and same goes for Leelee. Both of them deliver very nice poetic surprises time after another. And Fahvier, in this realm, you're a friend, and I'm looking forward to read more of your work, so I can see the fruits of your own style.



Oerath bows and leaves the hall - to sing some opera.


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Post#358 » Sat Mar 12, 2011 11:05 pm


Fahvier,thank you.



I find Tolkien's world a very very rich source of inspiration.We all try my friend and we are not here to judge you or anything.We have a wonderful moderator,Leelee(aside-we have a new poet,show your face,Leels?:))and I want you to write as much as you wish and post it here.



Rednell and Oerath,thank you again.I'm glad you enjoy my poetry.You are all too kind:)



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Oerath Windsoul
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Post#359 » Sat Mar 19, 2011 3:41 pm


Good evening, my friends. I'm quite excited to announce that I'm going to finish one piece of story tomorrow, and it will be the fifth part of my series. And then I'll have to buy a new writing book, so I can write down all of the five lyrics, and then begin writings of my book. I've also changed the entitle of that project, and I think this one will be more than fitting.



'The Gathering of Lost Spirits'


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Oerath Windsoul
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Post#360 » Sun Mar 20, 2011 2:00 pm


Hmm, it seems that I've to delay the writings of this one. I'm feeling really tired and I'd rather write tomorrow. It's good to keep break, as many of you've said to me, and I've now had some time to rest, so..



One more day? Why not. :)


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