Members comments:

 =  :)
Corina Gina Papouis
[06.Dec.09 22:47]
thank you Gunsel, Bukowski would be proud, too ..but make that he's kissing me and that pint glass of larger (in front of me) disappear...:D x

 =  :D
[06.Dec.09 23:16]
Thanks Corina,

next time I'll make sure he kisses you.

"it's in their blood and they can't get me out
They try everything to get away from me
but they all come back in the end
They all came back to me except
the one I planted
I cried over that one
but I cried easy in those days
Don't let me get onto the hard stuff man
I get mean then
I could sit here and drink beer
with you hippies all night
I could drink ten quarts of this beer
and nothing it's like water..." Bukowski said

 =  :)))
Corina Gina Papouis
[07.Dec.09 01:36]
no, Gunsel, I was talking about typos in your text!...Honestly.

my sunshine came/ and he's kissing me (or did I get that wrong?)


 =  =typos
[07.Dec.09 13:04]
Hi Corina

I know:) but since you declared that I am your rival...I'd like to tease you, just a little bit.

+ hooray
Marius Surleac
[07.Dec.09 20:58]
Hey ya girls. Do you have any place left for singing the joy. I wanna join your fa(u)n club ... pleaseeeeeeeee. ;;)

Well done Gunsel ... your poem spreads the warmness of your souls.

Cheers to you both!

 =  Since Sapfo's days-
John Willy Kopperud
[07.Dec.09 22:12]
-it's been a fact that where there is wine you'll find the poets strumming their
lyres. Hey, let's get a load of the nectar of Gods!
Cheers from Willy

 =  =Fan Club!
[07.Dec.09 22:53]
Thanks to you both Marius and John Willy. I am touched by your comments...

I would also like thank to my colleague my rival poesi friend whom she introduced me to agonia and the patience you guys showed me taught me. ..
Believe me there were days when I was posting a poem and after long working day coming home and sitting in front of my pc and hurridly was reading either Marius's or Willy's comments tellinf me "Work on it" =John Willy/ "work a bit of syntax" Marius Surleac. On one occassion I did cry my eyes out because I was stuck on one word when translating my friend Attila's poem and my daughter Leyli said to me "don't worry mum they want you to be better" and I took a rest and didn't log onto agonia. Woke up one morning and done it.

Again I would say thanks to the Masters of Marius and John Willy. THANK YOU. Guess what I and Attila's book is officially published today.

I have to consult Corina, we may open a fan Club and you are very welcome to join.

 =  fanclub
Marius Surleac
[07.Dec.09 23:10]
Gunsel, our comments' purpose was to help. ;)
I have experienced the same path as you did, when started to post on the English page and Willy and Romulus were the most patient guys ... they helped me to improve my English and polishing my works.

I congratulate you for the official publish of yours and Attila's book ... hope I'll get your books included in my library, so when we'll meet I'll be honoured if I'll have the books with your autographs. :)

Btw, I'm not considering myself a master of agonia. ;)

I'm waiting the fan-club.


 =  =fan-club it is!
[08.Dec.09 00:12]
I am just being honest here Dear Marius. Me being me=what you see is what you get.

Definitely you will get a copy of our books via my beloved rival colleague Corina. However; we did not include our autographs. I will do you an exception and sign one of mine.

Thanks for being there for me. Appreciated.

 =  I'm still a student, Gunsel-
John Willy Kopperud
[08.Dec.09 09:43]
-in spite of the fact that I'll be turning sixty in a couple of years. My good
fortune as to manhandling English was my work as a translator for seven years in the eighties. Three years ago, when I started posting texts on Agonia, I had never really seriously tried to express myself poetically in this language. I started out with the knowledge that you in some ways have to adapt another psychological view of the theme if you are to gain a valid expression. And luck struck! One of my very first attempts made it to the "recommended" list. I am very much a fan myself, a fan of Sapfo, Li Po, Dante, Shakespeare, Verlaine, Bob Dylan, Keats and so forth. What I have seen of Sapfo's fragments is impressive and indeed enchanting. I guess I'm still one of HER students, then.
Cheers from Willy

No anonymous comments allowed !
In order to post comments and texts
you must have an account and then LOGIN !

Go back !