Just as an aside, I am cricketjeff because I know of seven different Jeff Greens and usually when I get to a website someone has beaten me to the gun, but Jeff is who I am!
A Happy Git
I for one am glad to have known
A poet named Jeff for I have grown
He's taught me ways to write my words
And how to rhyme with things like birds
A lovely man in waistcoats bright
His rhyming words are pure delight
He'll always be a friend so true
And cheer me up when I feel blue
Upon his gravestone should be writ
"Here lies our Jeff, a happy git"
Have a smile, don't shed a tear
He'll be back with more, I fear! Sue Cardwell I have found on this site some wonderful friends and great poets, have a look in on them:-
PassionsPromise, the queen of erotic writing, and a marvellous poet in many other genre, she can put more emotion into a few lines than anyone else I know. Eusebius, writes Petrachan sonnets to die for and in many other forms, all with pluperfect rhyme and meter Amera, writes forms, all forms now even including free verse! And she writes them all well. Her writing showed me it was worth exploring classical forms not just writing what sounded OK, I shall always be grateful for that! Dalaney The best free verse poet alive
Fans of formal poetry, and anyone wishing to see some of my verse in printed rather than electronic form could head to The Phoenix Rising from the Ashes homepage where they will find details of an anthology of new sonnets.
It must be that 'great minds think alike' because I was thinking of the same solution to you.
Seen as both of us thought of the same thing, I thought we could co-patent the idea? I've a solution to the speed issue I think, apart from just upping the strength of the coulomb charge on the aircraft. Would you be interested?
There's no patent available on the raw, undeveloped, idea so please feel free to go ahead, but send me a postcard when you retire to Grand Cayman!