Davy D, Davy D sounds like an Irish Jig

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There are occasions when you realise the hard work and the long hours have been worth it. Stephen at Sailorpoet has spent the past week reading my back catalogue at Inside the Mind of Davy D and wrote this response on his blog. To say I am humbled is an understatement.

Please visit him at his blog and take time to read through his poetry and prose. Not only is he a wonderful writer but his heart,  generosity and the effort he puts in to support other writers knows no bounds.





Stephen Fuller

Davy D, Davy D, feels like the start of an Irish jig, or maybe an Irish sailor’s drinking song, perhaps by the end of this post, we will have written said lyrics for your next pub crawl. Of course, reading Davy D has had nothing to do with the Irish, drinking, or jigs. Davy has been with us since 2015, and as such in this small community growing up in the backside of night, is a veritable old man and I do know that many of us remain grateful to him for his wisdom, encouragement and friendship. Finding a comment from him under my bell is like a little jolly rancher to get me through another line of verse, always positive, always encouraging. Diving into the deep end of his writing, I have discovered a kindred spirit, like many of us, looking for a safe vehicle to transport these…

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Read and I cannot agree more. You are every word he has written, Davy. 🙂

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I very much agree–Davy, you are part of the richest lifeblood flowing here at WP. I, too, am refreshed when I see your comments below the bell–“thank you” will never fully say it…so perhaps one day soon I’ll write you a whole poem 🙂

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