Skip to comments.TEN YEARS AFTER (Creating between the spaces)
Posted on 08/23/2008 11:32:33 AM PDT by Neuromancer
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I hope you enjoy this work - it has been my great pleasure to spend the last decade here on Free Republic using free thought and free form to experiment with Tokuisei Verse.
Congrats !—— Agreed !
Here we go. I hope you like/condone the use of “Kingsley Station” as the title for one of my collections. It is where they were born.
Thank you always for the space and encouragement.
Ten Years After was a good band.
Thank you for all the years of sharing your work. It has helped me immensely.
You never know what will happen to the things we start. You will always be the pioneer of “outside the box” art on FR.
I went to the home page....thank you for giving my brain a vacation
The seminal thread was “Word for a Day” with Annie, but then Coteblanche opened the “Belvedere Room” and things really took off.
Unfortunately Coteblanche is gone and all the wonderful posts of that era have been removed from the FR server. If anyone knows how to contact her please tell me.
Then January24 opened the extraordinary “Kingsley Station” where the graphics were diminished and the words were everything. It is truly a wonderful collection.
And now you carry on - you are to be commended for such hard work.
You are quite welcome
Nice work. I’m not much for poetry, but I like these. Nice presentation.
Sorry to tell you Coteblanche has been dead for several years now.
My poetry thread at FR, The Dragonflies Lair, has lived here for 5 years.
Kinsley Station is a sweet thread I posted there often years ago.
It took almost a year to find graphics that met the feel of the verse. It was a lot harder than I first thought.
That brings me lots of sorrow, what a sweet soul she was.
I never knew. Thank you for the update.
Please post a link to your thread here.
Good to hear from you.
Thank you for help, hope you like it.
Good to see you old friend. I so loved the wonderful graphics and haiku you posted in The Old Belvedere Room. They were and are to this day classic.
I especially one haiku you wrote for me, how I loved it, somewhere along the way it has gone missing, however, my memory of it remains strong.
The Dragonflies’Lair has seem many poets come and go. There are some mighty fine poems on 51 Threads of writing.
If you are interested in reading any of them they are all linked on my Profile Page. Scroll down.
May Coteblanche rest in peace.
I do not remember the date but Coteblanche went to share her poetry with the Lord. I do not remember the date but I think it was about 3 years ago.
Thank you for your compliments. Hope you stop by for a visit.
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