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A REVERIE -- by Member: Syl Espina, Philippines -- added: 8/22/2019 6:28:30 PM

Syl Espina said:



Thanks, Nishu.

on 8/25/2019 2:49:16 PM

The cat in the hat ( 101 Challenge ) -- by Member: Westly Shaw, USA -- added: 8/13/2019 3:04:11 AM

S.zaynub Kamoonpuri said:



Woah funtastic Limerick, I luv cats so I enjoyed this! Kudos!

on 8/25/2019 1:26:36 PM

Sunday -- by Member: Leif Phillips, Australia -- added: 8/25/2019 5:00:42 AM

S.zaynub Kamoonpuri said:



Wow an awesome Sunday poem with relatable poetic weekend scenes and imagery. You portray and depict superbly with the fun Sunday refrain. Kudos. Pls pleez do review/ comment my newest poem too tiitled, " dates acrostic

on 8/25/2019 1:22:27 PM

DATES ACROSTIC & poem 2 -- by Member: S.zaynub Kamoonpuri, Tanzania -- added: 8/24/2019 6:15:12 PM

S.zaynub Kamoonpuri said:



Wow nice to know you like dates friend Nishu!! You are sweet so you have to like them neh. I can see that you could relate and acknowledge the original no dating culture among Indians. Indians of different religions yet culturally know that premarital dating does not help marriages at all much. Best wishes,

on 8/25/2019 1:19:26 PM

Depression -- by Member: Rajarshi Bhattacharya, India -- added: 8/24/2019 6:02:14 AM

Nishu Mathur said:



Soulful poetry and you describe something that perhaps many feel. Powerful and moving. Fondest

on 8/25/2019 10:41:34 AM

HARD GAME -- by Member: Mike DeVincenzi, USA -- added: 8/25/2019 3:34:04 AM

Nishu Mathur said:



Very uplifting and inspiring Mike. Faith goes a long way keeping us strong and happy. A very nice poem. Fondest

on 8/25/2019 10:40:01 AM

A Note to my Voices,Net.Com Family -- by Member: Elizabeth Olesen, Denmark -- added: 8/23/2019 8:52:16 AM

Nishu Mathur said:



Hope to see you write something soon, dear Elizabeth O. It’s a little quiet on VN now, not too many active, responsive poets so it would be great to see active again. Fondest

on 8/25/2019 10:37:46 AM

DATES ACROSTIC & poem 2 -- by Member: S.zaynub Kamoonpuri, Tanzania -- added: 8/24/2019 6:15:12 PM

Nishu Mathur said:



Delightful and cleverly penned Zay Zay. I enjoyed this as much as I enjoy dates - they satisfy my sweet tooth too, by the way. And yes, your second little poem states a cultural truth poetically. Good to read something by you - you write differently and on such diverse subjects too. Fondest pal x

on 8/25/2019 10:35:26 AM

Anxiety, Fear, Anger and Stress -- by Member: Paul Butters, UK -- added: 8/23/2019 8:10:42 PM

Paul Butters said:



Thanks Marcia and SK. I'd like to think age brings some wisdom. If only we still had the bodies to act on our acquired knowledge!

on 8/25/2019 9:46:33 AM

Mythical Media -- by Member: Paul Butters, UK -- added: 8/19/2019 10:23:29 AM

Paul Butters said:



Yes Marcia, I too get that junk mail, adverts etc. "Computer Cookies" are tracking our every move! Thanks again for your support, Marcia.

on 8/25/2019 9:43:54 AM

A DARK LAND , -- by Member: Edwin Jepson, UK -- added: 8/15/2019 8:12:44 PM

S.zaynub Kamoonpuri said:



Wow this such a noteworthy poem on the miners experiences, the great drudgery and hard hazardous toil of it. It's an awesome creatively expressed depiction in rhyming. Kudos!

on 8/24/2019 6:58:03 PM

Monster depression!!!! -- by Member: Ayesha abid, Pakistan -- added: 8/20/2019 12:11:44 PM

S.zaynub Kamoonpuri said:



God will help you if you pray , just keep knocking at His door. Life can be depressing and how you describe is great that you express so lucidly. It's a great poem therefore. Kudos! Pls pleez do comment my newest poem, on the fruit dates.

on 8/24/2019 6:53:18 PM

Anxiety, Fear, Anger and Stress -- by Member: Paul Butters, UK -- added: 8/23/2019 8:10:42 PM

S.zaynub Kamoonpuri said:



Woah yes agreeable! We still live in the jungly ways or worser sometimes. Savage barbaric acts still happen around the world. Emotions are great and important just like you say here. Kudos to your fine muse here. Pls pleez do comment my newest poem, on the fruit dates.

on 8/24/2019 6:47:49 PM

People -- by Member: Mike DeVincenzi, USA -- added: 8/23/2019 7:56:49 PM

S.zaynub Kamoonpuri said:



Wow I like how this poem poetically in superb rhyming describes the good helpful people and the bad ones who like to pull down others. Let's all try to be good to each other and being good just feels so nice. Kudos,. Cheers! Pls pleez do comment my newest poem, on the fruit dates.

on 8/24/2019 6:44:16 PM

101st Challenge - Limericks -- by Member: Kenneth Clark, UK -- added: 8/17/2019 1:18:31 PM

S.zaynub Kamoonpuri said:



Woah wowww I hope to learn the art and style of writing limericks. You wrote such humour laden bantering amusing ones such that I was giggling and laughing reading each of the fantastic limericks. Maybe I will try one someday. Kudos for each. Cheers! Pls pleez do comment my newest poem, on the fruit dates.

on 8/24/2019 6:37:02 PM

The love of God -- by Member: Mark Gittings, UK -- added: 8/3/2019 9:57:32 AM

S.zaynub Kamoonpuri said:



A great beautiful poem in creative rhyming wow. Prayer gives the best hope and your words inspire all to take advantage of invoking God. Kudos! Pls pleez do comment my newest poem, on the fruit dates.

on 8/24/2019 6:30:38 PM

The Sky Began to Blacken -- by Member: Louise Robello, USA -- added: 8/3/2019 5:03:23 PM

S.zaynub Kamoonpuri said:



In every darkness the light of God can help if we allow it to enter. It's an awesome inspiring poem with weather imagery to manifest the poetic point in creative metaphor. In all admiration, kudos. Pls pleez do comment my newest poem, on the fruit dates.

on 8/24/2019 6:28:06 PM

Inspirational Challenge 101 - On sinning and sight. -- by Member: Nishu Mathur, India -- added: 8/23/2019 12:04:38 PM

S.zaynub Kamoonpuri said:



Wow two super funtastic limericks. One sweet and so relatable for my sweet tooth though irresistible thing is gulab jamun and trifle . The second limerick, I don't wear specs but I keep losing things like hair clips, pens and other thingummies so yeah I giggled at that. Kudos again pal and how's life. Many warm regards and greetings.

on 8/24/2019 6:21:47 PM

The Dragon's Fall Part two -- by Member: Dwayne Rankin, USA -- added: 8/15/2019 1:38:31 PM

Dwayne Rankin said:



yes Charles, the birth of a dragon. :D :D :D

on 8/24/2019 3:11:49 PM

When U.S president Obama visited Tanzania -- by Member: S.zaynub Kamoonpuri, Tanzania -- added: 6/18/2019 6:18:29 PM

S.zaynub Kamoonpuri said:



Hi Philip, yeah I guess every president has his fans and critics and it's nice if we say nice things about leaders. Glad to know what he did in good for his country. Thanks soo much for a fine comment, yeah keep on writing. I don't think I have a large following here. On other sites people do like mey work more. Here it goes unnoticed mostly. Cheers!

on 8/24/2019 1:28:22 PM

Anxiety, Fear, Anger and Stress -- by Member: Paul Butters, UK -- added: 8/23/2019 8:10:42 PM

Marcia Schechinger said:



Paul well said, there is no way to avoid "stress and anger", but if we learn more coping ways and feel them coming we might just know we took a wrong turn. To you and all on VN, may your days be joyful and your anxiety be light. Hugs, Marcia.

on 8/24/2019 1:25:13 PM

Inspirational Challenge 101 - On sinning and sight. -- by Member: Nishu Mathur, India -- added: 8/23/2019 12:04:38 PM

Marcia Schechinger said:



Nishu great limericks, I am such a big fan of them, they always seem to make me smile :) Have a wonderful weekend and thanks for the smile!

on 8/24/2019 1:21:32 PM

A Note to my Voices,Net.Com Family -- by Member: Elizabeth Olesen, Denmark -- added: 8/23/2019 8:52:16 AM

Marcia Schechinger said:



Elizabeth that would be wonderful to see your work again. No matter what, VN is a great family, and we are always here for each other. Love the note, it is a wonderful tribute to Voicesnet and how it brought so many together. I have learned, far and wide, how similar we are in heart and mind through the genius idea of Jeff's to open this international site. Let us keep it going. God bless, you have been missed!

on 8/24/2019 1:19:15 PM

Inspirational Challenge 101 - On sinning and sight. -- by Member: Nishu Mathur, India -- added: 8/23/2019 12:04:38 PM

William Willis said:



Hi Nishu, I too have a sweet tooth. Love those little chocolate buttons with the sugary hundreds and thousands on them. Sight! Well my wife Claire is an optician and this is handy for getting discounts on my contact lenses. Had a few pairs of designer frames but I am always sitting on them. Not worth the hassle. Not sure about server problems. I get on ok. There are loads of adverts but I guess they are keeping the site viable. You always dish up poems of a high standard Nishu. Wm. *****

on 8/23/2019 11:49:01 PM

101st Musketeers Challenge- Little Grey Cells? -- by Member: Betty Janko, USA -- added: 8/19/2019 2:05:51 PM

Nishu Mathur said:



Your spirit is always admirable Betty. A wonderful set of limericks :) with great rhyming. Your sense of humour is up and running. Hope you are alright. Fondest always x

on 8/23/2019 11:54:15 AM

A REVERIE -- by Member: Syl Espina, Philippines -- added: 8/22/2019 6:28:30 PM

Nishu Mathur said:



I enjoyed this. Delightfully written. Fondest

on 8/23/2019 11:48:28 AM

Hunting The Poor -- by Member: Trevor McLeod, Canada -- added: 8/21/2019 4:01:03 PM

Elizabeth Olesen said:



Trevor, I find this poem provoking us to think. I wonder if I read an ironic twist. IT has been so entertaining to read it and to read it again. Thanks for the treat!

on 8/23/2019 8:32:51 AM

R01. MANY RELIGIOUS FAITHS -- by Member: Rajaram Ramachandran, India -- added: 8/22/2019 2:06:30 AM

Elizabeth Olesen said:



Thanks for this beautiful poem, poet Rajaram. We call our God in many different names and yet God is one. Believers of God on earth are called to the same purpose to protect every single human life and every living creation whom and which God has created. I believe that this is the essence of religion. If any religion deviates from that purpose, then it is very tragic.

on 8/23/2019 8:30:47 AM

As Morning Comes by Dwayne Leon Rankin -- by Member: Dwayne Rankin, USA -- added: 8/19/2019 8:02:57 PM

Dwayne Rankin said:



oh the mornings seem to be the best time of the day for me anymore.. I am rested (well mostly haha) and the world is so peaceful and quiet. Yet there is a certain sadness that I find in the morning too as I ponder things that has been lost to me but then the sunshiine that then shines in my heart brings the smile back to me for the day. (well at least for a few hours any way :D :D :D Thanks so much Marcia

on 8/23/2019 4:17:11 AM

The Grave Digger's Purse -- by Member: Trevor McLeod, Canada -- added: 8/21/2019 4:02:27 PM

William Willis said:



Hi Trevor, I enjoyed this very much. The poor have always problems to solve and I suppose are slower going forward. At the end of the day we are all equal at one with this glorious planet. Enjoyed. Wm.

on 8/23/2019 3:32:33 AM