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Where Have All The Poets Gone?
by Amber V Moonstone

Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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I am dearly missing all of my friends that are NO longer here on AD!!!!!
This poem is dedicated to the poets that were here before. I love and admire all of the poets that still have endurance to hang in there on AD!


 Where Have All the Poets Gone?

by Amber "V" Moonstone

12/17/14

Where have all the Poets gone,
Long time missing,
their golden pen and sterling minds,
Some day they will return.

Where have all the Poets gone,
Long time loving,
their tender words of love and passion,
Some day they will return.

Where have all the Poets gone,
Long time teaching,
their wisdom and their guidance,
Some day they will return.

Where have all the Poets gone,
Long time preaching,
their politics and their philosophy,
Some day they will return.

Where have all the Poets gone,
Long time touching,
our hearts and  our souls,
Some day they will return! 

 

 

"Where Have All The Poets Gone?" (c) Amber "V" Moonstone

 

 

 


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Reviewed by Sandie Angel 1/28/2015
Hi Amber: I am back here from time to time. Beautiful verse that reads like a song lyrics!!! Love this!!!

Sandie
Reviewed by Don Juan Amante 1/14/2015
I am a would be poet, but I'm back! wonderful pen Lovely One.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 1/11/2015
Perhaps they will Amber, with new inspiration and gifts. Lovely work.
Reviewed by Dark Knight 1/9/2015
Some of us don't have the time like Ron and a few others to always be commenting on things posted Amber but many of the things Ron mentioned are true for a lot of poets I have noticed--- as for me you and Sheila have my real cell phone number and can call me anytime--- as for me. Yes I have noticed the Den doesn't seem what it used to be as there have been many changes in people's lives but my love for you hasn't changed so keep writing and I will keep reading and commenting when i can
Reviewed by D. Vaineo 12/24/2014
WE are right here...Seriously the really good poets are gone but, we have their writings.

Always,

Deborah
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 12/22/2014
~Amber~
Lovely poem to remember each one who's heart
blessed us with their poetry 'n prose.

Merry Christmas
Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 12/22/2014
Some of us come and go while others stayed like the troopers they are. I would have loved to been present a lot more myself, however, so many other things take up so much of my time. I can only speak for myself and not for others. Health issues have taken some of my fellow poets here away and others did not want to pay for a site that used to be free. I never left but I did post less frequently as I noted many of the newer arrivals did not read or comment on my work and that was my best indicator of how I was doing even thought I took the time to read and comment on their submissions. After a while you realize that it takes a lot of time away from other things when you are spread out pretty thin as it is. I enjoyed your write very much.
Love, Amor
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 12/22/2014
Hi Amber, I hope you are thriving and life and love are full of many blessings. My love as always, Christine
Reviewed by William Bonilla 12/20/2014
Thank you amber
for this wonderful gem of a write
I too miss those great poets long gone
to do what they We're chosen for
Leaving us hungry for their verses, rhythm and rhymes
Time has past so fast can't believe I've been here
Over 13 years......love & peace be with you
And all our friends....... Merry Christmas

William
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 12/19/2014
Some have gone on to another place. Some have become ill and unable to communicate. Some have been unable to pay for their memberships. Some have not sold their poetry books and become disillusioned. Some have had family issues that took them away from regularly communicating. Some have stopped writing poetry and posting to write that first, or last, great novel.

I find new poets here all the time. In many cases, I'm the only one that comments on their work. If more would comment on their work, there would be more interaction. I don't consider anyone here friends… just poets I know of. Those that are looking for friendship and social networking probably should go elsewhere.

In the beginning, this site was free and there were less distractions like Facebook and Twitter around. Many thought that this would be their website like many think Facebook is today. There have also been some bullying that shouldn't have happened. Some have even considered constructive criticism, like I often give, to be uncalled for, and quit posting, seeking only positive, uplifting, irrationally false, praise.

Nonetheless, I certainly enjoyed your poem. Like Walt says, many are taking a hiatus. I catch them when they come back periodically.

Ron
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 12/19/2014
We're mostly still here Amber. But I think of Georg a lot because I guess his family didn't have the kindness to make a post to his friends here, knowing AD was one of his greatest passions.
for me I just haven't been inspired lately.
Love and Hippy Dippy Holidays,

Walt
Reviewed by jude forese 12/18/2014
i have considered the same thought myself many times ... the den has certainly changed ... years ago when one posted a poem it was lucky to remain on the main page for a week ... now, it wallows for way over a month ...
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 12/18/2014
So endurance is what it takes to stay on AD...? I have kind of tried to leave, several times in the hospital I had died but they keep bringing me back...the hospital I go to is too damn good at its job so you are stuck with me as long as someone pays for my membership as there is never enough money in my life now to eat let alone make you all endure my company...-e-
Reviewed by John Domino 12/17/2014
Very nice sentimental poem. Poets exist everywhere. Some move on, one way or another but others move in. However, once we revere a special poetic style, it's hard to find anything that can duplicate the orginal.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 12/17/2014
A very touching poem/song, Amber. I sang your verses to the tune of "Where Have all the Flowers Gone?" Much appreciated; thank you for sharing. Love and best wishes to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 12/17/2014
We've lost so many of the good ones over the last several years, and many of them are so sadly gone forever.
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