My Friends Don’t Like My Poems

My friends don’t like my poems

They find it very boring

I don’t know why they read it

I never wrote it for them

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118 thoughts on “My Friends Don’t Like My Poems

  1. Hi, your poems are nice, expression of your own feelings, you don’t need to wait for others to like them , by default its excellent and i read most of them, have a smile and write more , many people who have taste surely like them,…. keep posting and cheers …

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  2. I’d say you need new friends,
    But their means aren’t justifiable reasons
    for your odds to be their end.
    Their approval isn’t as important as their support;
    And even if they don’t like your work –
    they still love you and brag that they “know a writer,”
    anytime the mention is of import.
    Your friends may not like your poems,
    But it’s 100% likely that they share them with all who know ’em!

    have a great day, and Happy New Year! ☺

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  3. Everyone has their own taste. Includes poetry, mysteries, romance novels (and of course romance), clothes, hair styles & so on, & so on, & so on, & so on. Did I bore you with the “& so on”? If I didn’t thank you for your patience! 😴😴

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  4. thanks for your visit to my blog. Keep writing. I wrote for my self for some years hiding my poems from other folks so I could be more honest, then one day I shared one with someone and they connected with parts of it. Now it’s much easier to share and now and then a few folks find some connecting points that get them thinking in their own directions on what they read in my poem.

    Carry on!

    C.-

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  5. Just another salve for the wounds, Frank. PS thanks for the likes

    More Fool Me.

    Hey, my friends don’t read,
    I say, ‘who cares?’
    How many critics do I need?
    I’m just glad to not hear theirs.

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