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I'll blow like the wind

push me and you will be shown

lonesome breezey days

Robinbird




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The following comments are for "Been There"
by Robinbird

...and gone
Robin- It's 'breezy,' I believe.

An exercise which I call: "senryupsyched."

"Left There"...alternative title...

Late,
Bobby

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: January 6, 2006 )

Hey B7L....
good to see you, as always...and spell check, thanks...this one brought my twisted, frustrated,
run away side out, of course I'm still here...
butt, and that's gettin' bigger, too. Need I go on? Nah, you know me...

take care, still good to see you.

Robin

( Posted by: Robinbird [Member] On: January 7, 2006 )

threat or promise...
Lucie, thanks for reading and commenting...yes, probably both. I'll tell you, "can't wait till the flowers bud"!

to the above insight, you're right, right on...
don't know how I manage to get myself into some situations and be a loner, too...then again, I do...typically spoken, as I look in the mirror.

come on Spring...

Robin

( Posted by: Robinbird [Member] On: January 7, 2006 )

Blow

Robin,

This reminds me of how when I feel like I couldn't "blow myself out of a paper bag". I like the breezy touch you put into this piece, rather reminds me of the winter chill that goes through your bones in the "Windy City".

Liked it much, left you a PM.

macbeth

( Posted by: macbeth [Member] On: January 16, 2006 )





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