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Do u girls really like to get poems from men or it's rather overrated?


kaka 1 | 142  
25 Jan 2007 /  #31
Well Kamyk, you wrote some words, which you shouldnt use in a poem... but I'm not a critic so meybe I shouldnt have commented.
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
25 Jan 2007 /  #32
no poems, please. usually it is just akward when a guy is reading a poem for a girl... in such a moment I will probably just laugh

Everyman’s nightmare. Being laugh at after putting down ones guard. :)

Polish guys take you for a coffee or beer (for a first date) usually it's a beer

For a first date? :)
miranda  
25 Jan 2007 /  #33
The only thing I could give my love... was my heart

chocolate doesn't hurt either - I like dark:)belgium one....mmmm
OP Kamyk 2 | 61  
25 Jan 2007 /  #34
Well Kamyk, you wrote some words, which you shouldnt use in a poem...

My Polish language teacher from highschool hated my essays ... I guess there must have been a reason for it :)
shewolf 5 | 1,077  
25 Jan 2007 /  #35
" Tak cieplo przytulalismy sie do siebie,
ze nikt nas nigdy nie widzial razem w gniewie,
Tak dlugo patrzylismy w oczy sobie,
Kocham Cie - mowilem wowczas Tobie,
zmienilo sie wiele ...
Tesknie, mysle, zapomniec nie moge latwo!
Plyne w myslach niczym wsrod fal wzburzonych roztrzaskana tratwa!
I juz mysle czasem ze moja nadzieja na zawsze zatonie,
ale jeszcze walcze, nie poddaje sie, chwytam jeszcze wiosla w dlonie... "

I'm so touched. I don't know how to read Polish. Can you translate? I was able to translate the other poem, the one that someone else wrote, in an online dictionary but some of the words to this one won't translate.
Eurola 4 | 1,909  
25 Jan 2007 /  #36
A poem from a men is a very cherished and appreciated deed in my book. It is the romanticism of the moment when he reads it and the words he chose just for me....

What can be more wonderful? Forget the chocolates. :)
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699  
25 Jan 2007 /  #37
Yea, I think I kind of know what you mean but not entirely. It's usually men who forget the imporance of the above not girls no matter what age

Im not forgetting the importance, I was meaning instead of the
choc, flowers, poems.

ive never been very hard to please, flowers should stay in the earth and show
their beauty, candy although it is good, and addictive, I dont eat to many.
and poems are sweet, from the heart, yes that I could accept, but I want the
massage cant fault that one :)

lol ok to be not so difficult, a nice dinner for two, then go to the massage.. lol
OP Kamyk 2 | 61  
25 Jan 2007 /  #38
I'm so touched. I don't know how to read Polish. Can you translate?

here is my attempt to translate this, I'm afraid it lost some meaning but here you go shewolf :)

"We felt this warmth when we were hugging each other,
We did not know what anger is,
For so long we would look into each others' eyes,
I love you - I was saying to you then
It's been so much different since then ...
I miss you, I cannot easily forget!
My mind is drifting almost like among rough ocean's waves on the remains of my tiny raft!
And then I begin to believe that my hope will drown forever,
But I still fight, I dont give up, I catch a paddle in my hand ..."
shewolf 5 | 1,077  
25 Jan 2007 /  #39
That's beautiful. The verdict is that your poem is so much better than the other one that someone else wrote. Your poem expresses such truth, things that can be deeply understood. The reason I like reading poems from men is that they give a glimpse of the person within. They often reveal meaningful things that casual conversation or thoughtful actions can't. :)
ROZ 2 | 93  
26 Jan 2007 /  #40
or me it is just funny, especially when a guy send his own poem...
but I have to admit it depends on poem.. but, usually they are, how to say it politly..very weak

Not me... I tell her whats on my other mind and get to business... I find the direct approach works well... Then I eat the chocolates on the way home :)
i_love_detroit 1 | 69  
26 Jan 2007 /  #41
Ok, I do not like the first one... The second one is better in my opinion, however I am not a critic either.

I remember in high school we were asked to write fraszka and one other type of poem. So there were like a couple hundrets of students writing couse it was obligatory. And both of my poems were among best according to teachers verdict :). However I lost them both already, because I was too ashamed of my work.
kaka 1 | 142  
26 Jan 2007 /  #42
For a first date?

yes... fir a first date. are you suprised?
When I get an invitation for a date, from polish guys it's always beer... ok sometimes coffee..
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
26 Jan 2007 /  #43
When I get an invitation for a date, from polish guys it's always beer... ok sometimes coffee

That's mostly how I do things. It's a good way to get to know someone . Just sit and have a few drinks or a coffee. I'd exclude going to the cinema or sth that will take your attention away from that person.
globetrotter 3 | 106  
26 Jan 2007 /  #44
poems

It's a little known fact that today, as any Friday, is POETS Day (P**s off early tomorrow's Saturday). Have a great weekend everybody.
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
26 Jan 2007 /  #45
yes... fir a first date. are you suprised?
When I get an invitation for a date, from polish guys it's always beer... ok sometimes coffee..

But do you mean situation like: you just meet a guy and he spontaneously offers to take you for a drink or a cup of coffee at the spur of the moment, or you meet a guy and he invites you for a drink or a cup of coffee the next day?
kaka 1 | 142  
26 Jan 2007 /  #46
I meant next day....
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
26 Jan 2007 /  #47
Blimey, that's not good, that's not good at all. So how old were they?
miranda  
26 Jan 2007 /  #48
dating investigator, aren't you?:)
kaka 1 | 142  
26 Jan 2007 /  #49
Blimey, that's not good, that's not good at all. So how old were they?

from 20 till 30. Matyjasz, so where do you invite your dates?
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544  
26 Jan 2007 /  #50
I'm in a serious relationship for some time now, but if I were to take a woman for a first date I would choose to go to theatre, art gallery or restaurant. In a winter a skating rink is a interesting option. I would leave cinema for another time, when we would know each other more. Currently I'm thinking of taking my better part to opera, as she really fancies it. I'm not actually a major fan of it, but I’m ready to sacrifice myself for the sake of love. :) Generally I would always include a nice place where we could eat something, as I can't concentrate on spreading my charm on empty stomach. :)
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
26 Jan 2007 /  #51
In a winter a skating rink is a interesting option

Great option :)
kaka 1 | 142  
26 Jan 2007 /  #52
apparently, I have no luck with guys....
forgetmenots 4 | 77  
26 Jan 2007 /  #53
i think a man who invites you for a couple of beers is protecting himself. Well if the date will be bad he will not even remember, and next day when he wake up the belief that he is the macho will still be with him :) :) :) :)

For me a cup of coffee would be fine - its cold here so... its always a little bit of warm .... :) (Did I say that.... I feel myself pity now :( )

:)
Ama  
26 Jan 2007 /  #54
Well Miss K, next time a guy asks you on a date ensure that dinner is included!
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
26 Jan 2007 /  #55
think a man who invites you for a couple of beers is protecting himself. Well if the date will be bad he will not even remember, and next day when he wake up the belief that he is the macho will still be with him

But, these aren't dates to go party...most of the time :) As a semi- responsible adult I think that going for a coctail or 2 wouldn't be considered protecting myself.
forgetmenots 4 | 77  
26 Jan 2007 /  #56
Fisz you are completely right pal.
when I read the post of KAKA I just created in my mind a picture of a man who desperately drinks one beer after another ...(I will not even mention about the increasing beauty of the date woman :) :)) :)

I couldnt stop myself to say that.
Well dear semi- resposible Mr. Fisz.... do you see the difference between a couple of beer and party... because its not the same for me ... even literally :)
OP Kamyk 2 | 61  
26 Jan 2007 /  #57
That's beautiful. The verdict is that your poem is so much better than the other one that someone else wrote.

thanks for a positive review :) Good to know there is a small probability that my chicken-scratch peoms would find some demand in the market out there :P

I'm not actually a major fan of it, but I’m ready to sacrifice myself for the sake of love.

Opera really IS a major sacrifice for a guy. The last time I was in opera was in Bratislava (Slowakia), tickets were like 15 polish zl for 1st class seat and it was a New Year's Eve Performance - now that's a good exchange rate!
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
26 Jan 2007 /  #58
Fisz you are completely right pal.
when I read the post of KAKA I just created in my mind a picture of a man who desperately drinks one beer after another ...(I will not even mention about the increasing beauty of the date woman )
I couldnt stop myself to say that.
Well dear semi- resposible Mr. Fisz.... do you see the difference between a couple of beer and party... because its not the same for me ... even literally

I've done this in my younger years, but it was a blind date. That was the only situation that it was called for(the beauty thing ..LOL). Other than that I really like to enjoy a glass or 2 of wine/beer. There's definitely a difference. Going to party you have that in mind and you'll focus on that ..well...until...Gleba :)
Guest  
28 Jan 2007 /  #59
I apologize the english speakers, but my poetic creativity levels go down significantly when it comes to writing poems in English

I have the opposite problem, I can't write anything good in Polish. But if anyone is interested in english........

Here are some things I wrote

geocities.com/fromthemindofamadman/
OP Kamyk 2 | 61  
29 Jan 2007 /  #60
I like them, thanks for sharing your work

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