3: 17 Am: I Have Just Realized
These poems have come
Without a bottle
by s./j. goldner
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06 Jun 2010 09:47
Save for the cat, my poems have been inspired by pretty much everything you've listed: / In all seriousness, though, this is another example of your ability to come up with a seemingly simple idea, and show that it's not simple at all. It looks innocuous, because of the length, but says so much.10.
27 Dec 2008 01:58
Brilliant...nothing to lose and everything to die for! straight 10 for you...
18 Sep 2008 02:29
An excellent job is done, very nice composition.10++
James B. Earley
10 Aug 2008 09:59
And sometimes....without......a single clue!
Sulaiman Mohd Yusof
06 Mar 2008 09:48
a plain life is a real life.......................
29 Jan 2008 07:39
But they do have a home. It is called your heart. They may come out to visit, but they will never leave. Good Job. Ken
15 Dec 2007 08:26
Nice thoughts but who really knows where the thoughts of inspiration comes from. Thanks for sharing Dwayne
10 Nov 2007 04:02
3: 17 am, a right time for such ideal thoughts as u've poured out here in your piece. I like this... cheers
James Jason Dye
26 Oct 2007 06:26
And sometimes they do, but where they really come from is the question I suppose. Nice thought to ponder.
24 Sep 2007 02:56
You leave your readers with one question, dear one, where did this poem come from, but that is the point isn't it, - Lovely work.
19 Apr 2007 09:41
I’m thinking I was suppose to find this poem today. As I start my first day without......................... and not use that old standby excuse it helps me write
07 Apr 2007 01:07
Without a bottle, great line, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , i see this well..
29 Mar 2007 10:13
leaves nothin' much more than the self awareness and imagination unabetted and unabated
17 Feb 2007 09:40
good one, yes. wld be wonderful read out loud.
04 Jan 2007 11:04
so simple, yet packs a punch, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
29 Dec 2006 11:00
Excellent. Wish i could say that.
21 Sep 2006 10:03
Wow, lucky you, if true. :)
john tiong chunghoo
20 Sep 2006 08:47
i love this one susan. i will try to read all your poems.
09 Sep 2006 07:16
I like the compact form of this because it just proves that we don't always need a lot of 'words' to make a point.
Peter A. Crowther
04 Sep 2006 03:37
Neat and original. I like the ending too.