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Fri Jan 13, 2012 11:51 pm
phenomenologist says...

I was surfing the ebbs and flows
of the oceans of the internet.
To my great surprise – the story goes
The YWS called to the poet

that was growing somewhere between
my mind, my heart and finger tips.
So I registered to make me seen;
to give sound to my new found lips.

To also show some R.E.S
P.E.C.T to this society.
So I dedicate this little rhyme
To all the writers, here – sublime.

Hi, I’m phenomenologist and as above – I just came across this site and I’m really glad I joined. It looks great so far and I’m looking forward to reading all your artwork.
I started writing poetry last year and have had 1 of my poems published in the University poetry magazine. I may perhaps put it up here for a critique.
Other points about me are that I am a singer, however I am studying English Literature at Dundee University.

Well anyways it been lovely to scope some of you out, and I will now continue to explore this website – reading some works.



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Sat Jan 14, 2012 12:25 am
phenomenologist says...

Aw - waw , well very nice to meet you phenomenologist.
I really enjoyed the poem you put time and effort into for the community on here - it was much appreciated.

Oh - well that was no bother whatsoever. Thanmks for noticing.

Your very welcome (and if there is anything else we can do to make you feel even more welcome)

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Sat Jan 14, 2012 11:44 am
Demeter says...

Hi there, Phenomenologist! (You need a nickname and fast.)

I loved your little poem. You'll fit in here just fine.

Dundee is a lovely place - I was there once a few years ago. I'm sure it's a wonderful environment to study in!

Anyway, I'll see you around, and if you need any help, just let me know!

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