Poetic Motivations:68

Poetic Motivations-68

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… Only the guilty could have said that…. Not you surely, Davy?

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HA! That got a snort-laugh out of me! πŸ˜€

Well, some of my best friends are poets who read, or perform, their work in public settings. And they are the best-est fun-nest people I know! πŸ™‚ I should encourage them to write poems about their other nasty habits! πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜›

Keep reading your poetry for us, Davy!

HUGS!!! πŸ™‚

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‘Big Monday morning smiles’ by Davy D, Thank you marra !

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Poets who perform their work in front of an audience are the bravest of all.

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    I agree Lesley. I thought it was an interesting quote to put forward especially when some of the best poetry around today comes from Performance Poets.

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      Yes! I totally agree. Spoken word is all the rage. That’s what makes this so special. And in Shakespeare’s time they had their version of spontaneous Poetry in the pubs. The romantic poets did it too and I imagine poets all through time. Everything old is new again! πŸ‘

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      I keep telling my daughter (aged 19) there is nothing new. I am beginning to sound like my Dad. Interesting about Shakespeare Lesley, a few of us are looking at doing something similar in a local pub next year, so would be interesting to find out more about it.

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Hmm, who says? Good one, Davy.

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I wonder what those nasty habits be? haha

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Nasty habits are often the funnest 😈

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