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I am an entire human being so I don't really have the time [or patience] to type all of me. Or the social awareness to know what would be relevant... If you have a question ask. I always like meeting new people. :)

  • ListOfLies

    I'm looking for something to read

    6 years agoReply
    I just joined here yesterday and I am not sure how the ranking system works yet or if it is half about popularity so I would just like ask for recommendations of good poetry or short stories. Just not hyper romantic ones or your own.

    Thanks :)
    Annie.G
    6 years ago
    The Lemon by Veritas. It's for the diary competition, extremely entertaining, full of character and with a lovely yet deeply dreadful twist (not giving too much away!) and I would really recommend it! XD
    Silverina La Mees
    Whitman is a good read... I recommend everything he writes. Also try the movella Faking It by Misha Hicks. You could also try some of Rob Marvin's movellas like Three Poems for Valentine's day and Snow. Also try You, Me, Us ... by Erling Siegfried. Hope you find it to your liking ;)
    D.B. Fairless
    6 years ago
    Although not poetry Amy-Jay has wrote some of the best descriptions and ideas that I've read on this site. She's a must on anyone's reading list.
  • ListOfLies

    Beannacht na Seoige!

    6 years agoReply
    Hi,
    I'm Irish [as you may tell from the title of this thread] and I am new. I am a poet in training and hope to meet some people on this site and get some feedback and read some stuff from new writers.
    ListOfLies
    6 years ago
    Thank you! It means Greeting of the Fairies, it's the only one I know that isn't related to some deity. You're right it is Celtic, it's called Irish or in Irish Gaeilge [guh-whale-gah] :)
    D.B. Fairless
    6 years ago
    I use the word craic all the time, plus I love your accent, but yeah your poem is epic. Really enjoyed it :)
    ListOfLies
    6 years ago
    That's really nice. Yes Ireland is one of the few countries you can walk up to a Garda [policeman] and ask him where "the craic is to be had?" :)
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