Words of wisdom from the field
Marina, United Kingdom
Great site you two. Didn't even know it existed. Love the Pancake poem x
14 Jul 2011 11:54:37
Dr Doom, United Kingdom
You should get out less often.
roy mcgregor, United Kingdom
Just tracked this down, Colin. Dead impressed. Not sure about Teenage Fanclub being best Scottish band. Nice wee tunes, though. I saw them doing 'Ballad Of John And Yoko' at The Barralands some years ago with one of their mum's in the audience: a curious thing. But Alex Harvey doing Brel's 'Next'! Now that's what I call music! The site is great!
13 Apr 2007 16:32:54
Ashleigh Hanley, Australia
Well travelled poems Mr Begg, I thoroughly enjoyed them. Look forward to returning to your site and seeing more from you the more you write. Now get on with it!!
13 Dec 2006 01:48:21
ailsa, United Kingdom
managed to find you at last - congratulations - I'm impressed!
29 Nov 2006 21:56:51
Trish Ace, United Kingdom
Hey boyz - love the website, very user friendly, even for an old luddite like me. I like the colours of Scotland - sand, aubergine, sea, moss and earth. I also liked telling the arrow to 'go fetch'. Poems - great idea to have them displayed by title only in the first instance. This is stangely revealing about the reader - I chose Femme Fatale and This single life straight off the bat, not that I am a femme fatale or, indeed, single. Or a spider. Then I got distracted by the wobbly iris which moves with mouse and had a good old play with that for several minutes. Anyway, go on ya weejie chancers, I wish you well on your crusade for wildness and beauty. What can you tell me about Louis MacNeice (apart from Bagpipe Music)? And, Colin, T S Eliot only has one t at the end (no I won't mention it to Michael). Good luck! Trish
Helena Nelson, United Kingdom
This is a lovely website. How I liked it!
g.r.f., United Kingdom
So, Howl in the Weedge? Jakes wi swally spouting in berets in Brel? I'll mak that road trip West, though not much like Dean/Neal... Slainte!
24 Aug 2006 23:16:53
14 Aug 2006 09:58:30
used to be glasgow, now somewhere else, United Kingdom
well i'm glad that you have kept the diversions flowing stobs. i'll be expecting you to bring your pad to the golf to calm us on the nasty tees...
14 Aug 2006 09:27:57