Thursday, November 20, 2008

Shared Poem in Comments ..Created from Snippits on the Fridge.

Miss Mary Bobo's Southern Table
Lynchburg, Tennessee
Ready for Thanksgiving Celebration
Photo by: John P. Ford

Just sharing a creative comment post from Alex.

Alex responded to the refrigerator poetry post as a true poet is likely to do....Write a poem!

I appreciate all readers and bloggers!. Thanks for taking the time to read and share your opinions and comments.

Writer On Board said:
Love it, Linda. Fun. I'll play:

morning yet they know not
I need a cup of liquid coffee
My sister...
I am over crap

Concrete poetry almost sacred translucent
Some delicious fever
From never more.....
I like question

Always woman
This heart speaks out like a child at play
A brilliant wet secret on hot magic cloud
bring men of, he too must

Make marbling
Perhaps green grass will dazzel that picture
perfume...lip is pierced...young girl I will heal you father said

Over ferocious daughter trust live laugh blush
Time to pick a flower
Open an old broken window

Change the hard blue universe


Matthew Fitzgerald said...

Hey, cool, you took that magnetic poetry and turned it into one long piece ... well done. For some reason I get a vibe of a functional and healthy family from the poem, many perspectives that all kind of complement on another, work in harmony. Oh, and thanks for your kind words on my blog as well.

Charli said...

Oh Linda...

Thank you for posting Alex's work!


You're rocking my world. I'm so damn hungry for everything you write. I need your book to come out NOW!


Linda S. Socha said...

Much Thanks Matthew. I love how Alex did the transition from frig lines to viable poem. He is incredibly talented..Please check out his web site.
Thanks so much for your comments and thoughts and your visit. They are much appreciated! Please come back any time

Thanks Charli.....

We have a mutual Alex admiration society

Ezekiel Barzillai Smythe said...

Linda, I appreciate your examination of life in a poetic way. I used to write a lot of poetry, but don't anymore; it's nice to see peope doing it and putting their full intent into it. Nice work.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Linda. I shall have to go look at Alex's site.

Love what was done with the lines from your post :)

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed reading that, thanks for posting it :)

Rhi said...

love this. it was absolutely brilliant.

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LADYBUG said...

"This heart speaks out like a child at play". I love this phrase!
I always think that when we are sincere is when we let our inner child speak for us. Im glad I stopped by.

Anonymous said...

Hey Linda! And thank you soooo much for visiting my blog! I'm so glad u liked it. Your post was great tonite and I will have to check out Alex as well. Hope to talk again soon my new friend, take care,
JUlian :)

FlyingRabbit said...

I like poem, I hate poem...I love poem!
Linda, you know how do I feel when reading an English poem? Fascinated, dizzy then tumble to.

Alex, I'm taking challenge to read your poems.

Stu 陶明瀚 said...

In a modest attempt at haiku;

morning sun

cloudy thoughts obscure beauty.

suddenly sun breaks smiles.

jiggins said...

A lot of fun to visualize these words. Thank You Linda, Thank You Alex.

Robert Lau said...

Dear Linda,

I enjoyed your work and the dedications that goes along with ADMIRATION.
I especially like the magnetic poetry...and how cleverly you string it up into one cohesive contemporary literary work.
Again,....I can't help but notice that one of your favorite movie is the Moulin Rougue ...IT IS MINE TOO.
Thank you so much for your support and time..LINDA...take care....bye2

Best Regards,

Robert Lau

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Anonymous said...

Hey Love, just dropping by to see your OK, havnt seen you for a little..hope your weekend is good..luv Abz

Susanne49 said...

Hi Linda,

thanks you very much for visiting my blog and for your warm comment. I'm happy to read that you liked my photography. Very nice to meet you!