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An era dies when
there’s no more to say
so poet... speak.

Rooms become silent
as we hush questions,
let light radiate from answers.

Write poet
let your truth be heard
for without words, life makes no sense.

Search hearts, probe minds
and this journey becomes ours.
Written word leads you to my front door.

Tell of world peace,
lost loves and empty hopes
for words won’t write themselves.

So poet… speak.

I am on a journey. Looking for Me. Everyday I get a little closer. The more time goes by the more I realize I'm always changing. This journey could take forever... Renae L. Soler

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The following comments are for "Poet speak..."
by nae411

Maybe I'll sign off now and go write something.

Well if not this minute, then soon.

I like this Nae. -Philo

( Posted by: Philo [Member] On: August 11, 2005 )

The Poet has spoken.
Well already have...and spoken eloquently.

Love this Nae...a new side of you perhaps?


( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: August 12, 2005 )

Speak, Nae

Goll-durn, Nae, I like this.

( Posted by: Flonigus [Member] On: August 12, 2005 )

Keep talking
Nae this poem...You are right...if we don't write anything down this will be the invisible generation....keep on keeping on...Kacee

( Posted by: nitz kitty [Member] On: August 12, 2005 )

Nae has "Speak"....
Renae- Great read. Inspiring...

Robert William

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: August 12, 2005 )

i have nothing to say but wow.

( Posted by: loonie [Member] On: August 13, 2005 )

Poet writes to poets...
very good Nae, I agree with previous comments,


( Posted by: Robinbird [Member] On: August 14, 2005 )

Poets are here!!!
How beautiful to turn on my computer and find you all here!!!! Poets do speak and I so love to listen to you all!!!!

Speak on and on...

Nae ;0)

( Posted by: nae411 [Member] On: August 14, 2005 )

I like the whole concept this is portraying except that I think it is a little confusing --the speak write poety thing--it doesn't sit well with me and someone maybe should have said that before me if they were offering any positive feedback,. I mean you want the poet to write at first which is good then speak (I don't know why--maybe this should be called write poet ...write

( Posted by: LamemansTerms [Member] On: August 14, 2005 )

Renae- You have one and are one.


( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: August 14, 2005 )

Speak/write Poets
Lamen, I think when a poet writes he/she speaks. Words spoken out loud or in mind become written word if a poet chooses to share. My hope is that poets will always choose to make spoken word, written word.This of course is my interpretation. Thank you for your input.

Thank you Bobby. We all have voices, hope we all let them be heard.

Nae ;0)

( Posted by: nae411 [Member] On: August 14, 2005 )

speakpoet speak
ok if that's how you like it then it's good with me-I do hear ya btw

( Posted by: LamemansTerms [Member] On: August 15, 2005 )

Inspired by Tina
Tina, It makes me so happy to see you here. Especially since you know you are the one that inspired these words. Thank you for speaking Tina, I love to hear your words. Namaste.

Nae ;0)

( Posted by: nae411 [Member] On: August 16, 2005 )

Nae's Poetic Heart
I read this and thought I had commented. I wanted to after reading one of the comments earlier. When I read lyrics I do "hear" them. So often if I read a letter I "hear" the voice that spoke those words through their inked messages.
As writers and readers we are so often moved by visuals, that we can "see" the picture painted with words, we can "smell" those sweet or terrible odours that are written. It is natural to "hear" words that are typed.
Eloquently spoken and wonderfully written Nae. Through your heart I hear you.

Warmest regards,

( Posted by: Dareva [Member] On: August 16, 2005 )

on poets Nae


You speak the truth with this one and have dragged out many of us out of the dungeon.

Well done! Everyone else has said what needs to be said.


( Posted by: macbeth [Member] On: August 16, 2005 )

Dar and Macbeth
Dar, I hear you when you speak/write as well. It is wonderful to have this place where we all can share. Thank you for stopping by my friend.

Macbeth, I am glad you all decided to leave your dungeons (lol) it is too dark in there to write!

Nae ;0)

( Posted by: nae411 [Member] On: August 16, 2005 )

i was interested
in finding out what the most read poem of the moment is...and this is it. excellent.




( Posted by: johnjohndoe [Member] On: August 18, 2005 )

Don't know if it is the most read, but I do know I have some beautiful comments from some wonderful poets! Thank you for stopping by.

Nae ;0)

( Posted by: nae411 [Member] On: August 19, 2005 )

I agree
I sincerely hope writers never stop writing. That would be a shame. Since it's never happened before, it probably won't. But what if, right? What if?
What if aliens came down and beamed me to another galaxy and burned my balls off with their laser eyes, and put me in a zoo with a bunch of sexy gorillas. Would i just stop writing? Or would I gather me and my lady gorilla's feces and cover my zoo walls with excremental nonsense, artsy fartsy nonsense, nice.
I love you.

( Posted by: jesuschriss [Member] On: October 26, 2005 )

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