Laz Freedman's Poetry Blog
Moving right along with you

About This Blah Blah Blog

Hello,

I welcome you to my Blog ……….hang out,have a ball and read them all for free….Limited time offer “Sale ends” next Monday.(Read the old ones too!)

These Poem’s,haiku-non traditional,verse, quatrain or whatever else you find here, are intended for you and your animal too,(or who ever you like) ………………….just enjoy your visit here,please.

I find poetry and writing the most amazing way to convey or to express my thoughts in this beautifully strange world we live in.

I am writing a book,which has been in the works for many, many months.

I will not reveal any of it’s content at this time.

That’s another story.

I look forward to the future , and encourage you to keep writing down your thoughts and whatever else you come up with………….never give up.
Remember to smile!
By the way,
I will be putting a blog roll together soon……….(a little lazy).

I will likely visit your blog,sometime or often!,that depends on the day!
I do appreciate your interest and comments,sincerely.
Thanks so much for visiting here,
Moving right along with you,

Peace,
Laz

105 Responses to “About This Blah Blah Blog”

  1. Blah blah blog! Love it!

  2. Btw, which Sunday does the sale end?
    Yeah, couldn’t resist.

  3. Hey Laz, dropped in, enjoyed reading through everything. You’ve presented a great variety of short poems! Other than haiku or some similar forms, I haven’t felt comfortable with these short snippets myself, but yours offer another possibility I haven’t allowed myself much freedom to explore. Great blog!

    • Thank you so very much!

      I appreciate you reading them all,that means a lot to me!
      and if this helps to open a new door for your short poems,
      it is a fine compliment………..I am honored.

      Peace to you,
      Laz

  4. Thanks for your kind comment on my weblog, I will be visiting your weblog on a regular base too. Keep up the good work. πŸ™‚

  5. I have really enjoyed reading through your poems and I really like how you write, and all the ideas contained in such short verses!. I never could get the hang of Haiku – If I had a hat it would be tipped in your direction.
    I’ll be sure to return to this WordPress to enjoy your poems some more! πŸ™‚

  6. I love it when poetry isn’t too intense, too riddled with words one can’t understand [much less pronounce]..too…self-absorbed [so the reader can’t get what ON EARTH the poet’s go on and on about]
    Simplicity is so beautiful.
    I’m so glad you dropped by my blog and that led a very curious me to discover your work!
    The haikus are great.
    I really enjoyed reading all your posts.
    Keep updating πŸ˜€

    cheers!

  7. Really like your writing. Amazing use of form and rhythm.

    Ruth

  8. Thanks for checking out my site. I’m glad you enjoy the writing. I stopped briefly to see what you have. I’ll be back to check out more, but I liked what I saw.

  9. Laz, I would like to suggest you add a RSS feed button and/or subscription by mail widget, so you could have more followers. This is wonderful poetry and I’m sure others might like to follow you in one or both of these ways.

    Best wishes for you book as well, Laz.
    Suzanne

  10. Hi Laz,

    I enjoyed reading your poems. Peace to you as well!

    Margaret

  11. Yup, I like the shortness. I love the Humour, it’s the Epicenter of life. Much better than the Hypocenter *yawn*
    Anyway I think I’ll write a poem about funny things.
    Laz you’ve inspired me!
    πŸ™‚

  12. You have an amazing way with words! Love the short forms, the haikus. I read about ten of them. Thanks for stopping by my humble blog. Aren’t words wonderful??

  13. im looking forward to your book πŸ˜›

  14. i assure you, i am officially a regular.

  15. Very glad to visit with the immediacy, the facts of your delightful days, feelings, poems. Wish you all the best with that book you are writing. Will return regularly. You may find this useful to check out β€” the iPoem β€”http://www.narrativemagazine.com/ipoem

    Thanks, Laz.
    ~ Donna, at donnafleischer.wordpress.com

    • Thank you!
      I appreciate your comments very much Donna, I enjoy your poetry very much also and,
      I look forward to visiting your blog regularly.
      All the best,
      Peace to you,
      Laz

  16. heyy,

    thanks for the comment πŸ™‚

    i’ve just read through some of your poetry and – i know this has been said before – but i really admire how you manage to keep everything so condensed and potent! i think it’s especially important seeing as there are a good few people who seem to have little patience for, or appreciation of, poetry and are deterred by long soliloquies and epic poems (after all, that’s far too much effort). however, i’m sure that nobody could resist your style and eloquence πŸ™‚

    take care,

    Rivult x

  17. Laz, I have an interesting page about haiku to send you, if interested. My email is berto_terrell@yahoo.com

  18. Hey Laz,
    Just dropping by to say Hi! I’m really enjoying reading your work and especially liked Thorazine Sky and Bees On. Those two words alone together make me want to burst into song about getting my ‘bees on’ – So fantastic!! Thank you for stopping by my blog and happy you enjoyed some of my poetry too. Keep in touch. G πŸ™‚

  19. Hey Laz i’ve shared an award with you.. and I’d be happy if you accepted it.. thanks a lot πŸ™‚

    http://rhythmofmysoul.wordpress.com/accolades-i-treasure/

  20. hey, thanks for reading my post on the stupidity of the G-20. what exactly did they accomplish?

    anyhow, read some of your poems. not bad. it seems you’re really into haiku, a very difficult form.

    hope to read more good stuff from you.

  21. Enjoying your haiku very much.
    take care!

  22. I would love to know where you get your inspiration from! You are so creative and descriptive – any book you write would be a pleasure to read. How can you express so much in so few words? Must be Magic!! Chloe πŸ˜€

  23. Thank you for expressing your gift!

    m

  24. Hi Laz,
    Can’t wait for your book. In the meantime, your blog is wonderful. I Can’t believe this outpouring of creativity. Best — monica

  25. Choosing will be hard – so many beauties!

  26. Laz, do join in our baton haiku. You’ll find it on my page or Pseu’s. It’s a haiku Pseu started, I picked up the baton. I think Pseu may have taken it back, but it’d be really nice if it were to travel in wider circle…

  27. Hi Laz, WordPress sent me a note about you – they think you are Canadian. If that’s right, and I got it wrong, I apologize. It’s fun to know where people are from. Good wishes, Monica P.S. WordPress seems to have a new system when people comment/like, etc.

  28. Well then, I meant to include you in my paean to British poets. I should have broadened it to include British, Canadian, and Australian poets. Best wishes, Monica

  29. Hi Laz,
    Just to let you know – again – that I LOVE your poetry and could click the “like” button for every one.

  30. Laz–have you finished writing your book?

  31. Dear Laz, I hope you have gorgeous, relaxing, and happy holidays and a New Year of peace and joy.
    Very best wishes, Monica

  32. enjoyed reading. thanks, L.

  33. Hi Laz, I clicked to leave a comment and managed to click the “unsubscribe” button. So I immediately re-subscribed. Couldn’t live without your poems.

  34. aloha Laz. the work that brought me here is awesome – Draws Buddha – it got me here through Steve’s (heednotsteve) blog. i see more work in this vein that i like too. yeah – a different haiku form. extremely effective (imo) – and very cool. each word – zing – impact. and each word altering the words that go on before it. yeah. . .

    very

    awe

    ah-ha

    and ahhhhh

    ing

    work

    i noticed… at the bottom of a number of your posts different patterns. i thought initially of I CHING (at the bottom of Draws Buddha). altho after looking at several others i’m not so sure of that now. if i’m not intruding, i’d like to know your thinking on those… i too have patterns i use at time in my work. which is probably why i’m curious. aloha \-\\-/|0

  35. I agree. Just writing my thoughts down in the form of poetry or any other way is a great release for me. I have never tried to write haiku. I may try sometime, but hear it can be difficult. I guess it depends on how inspired one feels.

  36. Hi Laz, thanx for stopping by and for your kind comment. I like your site and the special way of your writing….simple words can be amazing as well
    Have a wonderful day
    /Eclipse

  37. hi,

    i’m from 52zine, we’re a small branch of a very new publishing company called blue//green. we’re trying to promote one piece of literature each week and we’re currently looking for writers for submissions. if you’d be interested we’d love to have you submit something in the following weeks. if you’d like information or would like to submit our email address is 52submission@gmail.com or you can contact us through wordpress. thanks!

    josh

  38. Dear Laz, We have been away, and I don’t want to rush through your poems. They need time and attention. Hope to give it soon. Best wishes, Monica

  39. hi Laz,
    i’m from blue//green publishing. we operate a small online zine called 52 and we’re interested in featuring some of your work. would you be interested? contact us through wordpress or at 52submission@gmail.com.

    thanks!
    josh

  40. Hi Laz,

    I have bestowed the Kreativ Blogger awardupon you and your blog. To see it, please got to http://socratesandserendipity.wordpress.com/2011/05/02/kreativ-blogger-award/

    Thanks for an awesome blog!

  41. Hi Laz, just to let you know, I’ve put a link to your blog on my page called “My Blogging Friends” πŸ˜€

    Hope you’re having a good weekend,
    Chloe xx

  42. Love your short poems. It make me go hhmmmm long after I’ve clicked out. πŸ™‚

  43. I can only echo what others have said: the words are so precise, so perfect, and leave me thinking long after I leave. In my books, to make me think is the highest compliment I could offer…Sincerely, thank you.

  44. I Thank you so much, VivianLea
    Sweet words, πŸ˜‰
    All the Best,
    Peace,
    Laz

  45. Dear Laz, I wish you the very best the New Year has to offer – peace, joy, contentment, accomplishment, love – I look forward to catching up with your wonderful poems in the coming weeks. Monica

  46. simply wonderful : )

  47. Greetings,

    I’ve nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. Congratulations. Either of these URLs will take you to the rules for claiming it. http://versatilebloggeraward.wordpress.com/about/ http://songsofseasons.wordpress.com/2012/04/04/new-post-the-versatile-blogger-award/

    Cheers

    • I truly Thank you for the nomination EAM Harris, though I just do not accept awards of any kind… sorry!
      I hope you will still read my poetry,Thanks again.
      Peace to you,
      Laz Freedman

  48. Hello there,

    You write wonderful poetry up here. Well done! Keep penning and keep inspiring. You’ll do wonders one day, I am sure! πŸ™‚

    And please take a look at my blog; I write poetry too. Some poems that may be of interest to you: β€œLove is a Heart Throbbing Joyride”, β€œMy Greetings to You”, β€œYour Heart is My Favorite Playground”. I hope you have a joyful ride there. Thank you and have a lovely day my friend! πŸ™‚

    Subhan Zein

    • Hello Subhan, πŸ™‚

      Thank you so very much!
      I am so glad you enjoy these words πŸ™‚
      I will be sure to read your words also,I look forward to this,
      All The best.

      Peace love and Joy,
      Laz

  49. Aaahh!! How amazing, I’d await ever so anxiously for your book. Hope we see, a typescript soon.

    Great blog!!

    Your new reader,
    Noorain.

  50. Hello Laz, I was just reading some of the comments. Man we’ve been doing this a while! I didn’t write a thing in 2015! Sad. But 2016 is year is looking a whole lot better for this poet wanna be. Except wordpress is a problem for me now, I think. I just tried to do some text formatting, which is a part of my creative process now. When I tried to save, the WP software stripped it all out! I guess they made that change in 2015. So I will be leaving WP. After all these years and a million posts! Oh well. I may just build my own website. Then I can make them look any way I want!! πŸ™‚ But I will have to keep my old blogs here – I don’t want to move them. And I have WP friends, like you and Sarah, and others. I have to keep visiting!

    • Glad to hear from you Robbie!!, indeed keep your old blogs alive, I really dig your poetry and find your words motivating!Keep on keeping on, Man! I hope your new blogs bring you more happiness and less frustration, Peace to you….your friend, Laz


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