5.9k · Apr 11
Broken
Eliot York Apr 11

I hear you
duplicate poems. ugh
slow pages. ugh
weird unpredictable behaviour. ughhh
Things aren't back to normal
yet

I'm sorry for that.

I'm working hard to get it back
Pleeease be patient.

You should know:
your poems are safe
the community is safe
If something appears broken, it's temporary

It's just
That I'm one single person
Running a website that serves 1M
poetry lovers every month

I'm learning. And this isn't my day job. Yet.

Please donate if you can. I'd love to work on HP
full time

And in the meantime, let me know in the comments what    
specifically
isn't working for you and I'll focus on fixing that

If HePo isn't working for you tonight, go enjoy the full moon ;)

xx

5.6k · Nov 2015
Untitled
Eliot York Nov 2015

The meaning of leaves in
a refreshing cool wind
He chose to live
for friendship
Not for that
other thing

Refreshing cool wind on a cross and died. He chose to live for friendship, live for survival, not for that thing any more. This is the meaning of it clung to her old leaves new myriads? Of lingering leaves
[coco, 11 nov 2011]
4.4k · Feb 2013
The Vixen
Eliot York Feb 2013

Under the orange
street lights
it's 3am

Longing to find him,
she skulks alone
in the dark

And as London sleeps
her cries go unheard
by all but one

The other night, I woke up to the calls
of a red fox outside of my window. They sounded
something like http://youtu.be/gVLvw-LhWyQ
3.3k · Mar 2013
Awe
Eliot York Mar 2013
Awe

Throughout her adult life
all of the land shaded.
Feverless islands where the
aged couple sleep.
Never once have I hosted a party. Not once have I
told you, I have
been hurt.

Coco (The Hello Poetry Computer) wrote the original:

Aw of the land shaded,
feverless islands where the
aged couple sleep.
Never once have I hosted a party. Not once have I
told you, I have never
been hurt
repeatively throughout her adult life. She passed out from --
3.2k · Feb 2013
Tonight
Eliot York Feb 2013

The promise
of tonight
stirs within

Let it
soon
begin

5pm, Saturday. #10w

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