213 thoughts on “your name

          1. You’re welcome. I think of it often, not in a creepy way, just in the way that I can’t imagine how hard it is for you. It makes me happy you are resting more, but that must be hard to do too I imagine. Take care. πŸ’•

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  1. UNSUBSCRIBE – thanks.

    C. Hope Clark Editor, FundsforWriters, http://www.fundsforwriters.com Writer’s Digest 101 Best Websites for Writers -and- Author, The Carolina Slade Mysteries The Edisto Island Mysteries http://www.chopeclark.com

    On Mon, Jun 24, 2019 at 12:04 AM The Lonely Author wrote:

    > thelonelyauthorblog posted: ” your name your name is gently tucked between > the wrinkles of my voice where it reverberates with unspoken affections > like a desperate song of love ” >


  2. I had not imagined wrinkles in one’s voice. It adds interest to imagine the attack and delay of reverb working their way through the folds in the fabric on one’s sonic space.


    1. Smiling as I read your comment. I like to think the moments where we can barely get words out of our mouth
      are moments when are voices are wrinkled. Thank you for sharing your beautiful thoughts. I am grateful for
      your words.

      And apologies for my late response. Problems with my eyesight forced me to take a little break.
      Again, thank you so much.

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    1. Grateful and humbled by your beautiful and generous words. This comment makes me so happy.
      It turned a sad day into something beautiful. And I appreciate it.
      Thank you for this encoruaging and motivating comment.
      I needed it.

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    1. Ah, G. Your words have me glowing. Your appreciation and encoragement always means so much to me.

      Funny you mention the piano, currently listening to amazingi instrumentals. Inspiring like your poetry.

      Hope you are doing well my dear friend.


      1. Well I finally figured out how to get notified when you post. Lol… I don’t get WP emails, and I can never find you in my reader. So now, I’ll likely read and comment more often. Have a great week! πŸ˜‰


              1. Same here, which is why I’ve recently tried to cut back on who I follow because I want to be able to see the people who interact with me most, and keep in touch with all of them.

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                1. What I decided to do is a better job of managing my blog reading. I can’t every post of every blog I read. Some bloggers post multiple times a day.

                  I am asking everyone to read my Monday poetry. I will tread a few of everyone I follow.
                  Seems fair for my followers.

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                  1. I need to manage my blog reading better and comment more. I’m not very good at conversing with people that I don’t know very well, so it takes me a bit to warm up to the idea of putting a comment out there. The introverted side of me wins more times than not , and so I usually don’t say much. I think you’ve discovered the key to making everyone happy. πŸ™‚

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  3. Well.
    Hello my Lonely Author.

    For me personally, this was perhaps one of the hottest, most tender, sensual and intimately private little 5 lines I’ve ever read from you.

    And the musicality woven in with all the love and all the sexy and all the unspoken secrecy was just…effing SIGHS all over the place.


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      1. Where did the “hottest” come from…

        Most likely, my own head, lol

        There was just something very hot about this. I’m sure I won’t be the only one to think so. Even if you didn’t intend it to be, it was.
        So there.

        What’s with the interrogation, yo?!

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        1. LMFAO

          Good answer. Johnny, tell Fiery what she has won.

          Johnny: For her good answer Fiery has won a glow in the dark Lonely Author yo-yo (no strings attached).

          Fiery, just didn’t expect it. Although if anyone were to discover hotness in my work, it makes sense that she be Fiery. lol

          Interrogation over.

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          1. You’re crazy

            But you make me laugh and … stuff so I can deal with it lol

            My prize for being super smart and observant and generally an effing delight to have around is a yo-yo???

            Need to do better than that, young man.

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        1. It is permanent. Four surgeries in less than two years have taken their toll. I have seen several doctors,
          and every single one doesn’t want to take the risk of a fifth one.
          Thanks you for your concern.


  4. Dear dew!!are you magician of words .your poem has only five lines but WRINKLES OF VOICE is shining a big shining diamond in a little poem.amazing dear!! And unspoken affection .a desperate song of love -these words are reflection of pure love.wonderful,my dear friend!!🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🍁🍁🍁🍁🍁🍁🍁🍁


      1. I love your work Drew and Mrs. Sparkles shares my sentiments as she reminds me daily, we talk about you often. We love your emotions and the ability to deliver passion to the pen. Thank you!🌹


  5. Short but strong, sweet and powerful. Like a comfortable breeze. Oh and I must add, I love that photo. It captured so much of the atmosphere in your poem.


  6. There’s a lot more than a name tucked in your voice’s wrinkles, a lot more. Your voice’s wrinkles are rich with your poetry, and the beauty it brings.


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