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Thoughts? Suggestions? Or even just Chatter? We want to hear it all!


  1. Jack Gao says:

    Wow, wow, wow!! It’s truly amazing!! You make our lives in China much more fun. Thank you FRED!!

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  2. Sherwin says:

    Really amazing artwork all over the site. This not to be over shadowed by the wonderful words of Mr. Chandler! His words flow and are true and they are words to accept, absorb, and to meditate on.

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  3. Development says:

    New publications on Danse Macabre…check it out!

    http://dansemacabre.art.officelive.com/DeliriumPoetica.aspx

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  4. Nick says:

    I can read these poems over and over again — they are like visiting the Redwoods or wandering through a desolate valley. One can wonder and contemplate their existence and, when least expected, encounter a great truth. They remind us the secrets of the universe are told every day in the sights and sounds we so often ignore.

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  5. Fred Chandler says:

    Thanks everyone for all of your great comments! Always nice to hear feedback!

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  6. Fred Chandler says:

    Mark, I do. And it was published. Go to ABOUT and it is listed under publications. Click on it and you can read it. Tell me what you think.

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  7. Mark says:

    Do you have any food related poems?

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  8. Fred Chandler says:

    Anita, I’m very touched how much Sacred Refuge touched you.

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  9. Jon Courtney says:

    I thought “Tender to the Touch” was a very romantic and touching poem. I married my high school sweetheart and the poem made me think of the long journey of our relationship. As a child my parents didn’t help me to understand the sometimes challenging reality of marriage. I soon discovered that as “dreaming fades to waking” it takes real hard work and patience to keep a marriage successful. Now I understand that though physical passions overtime may diminish, with a strong healthy love you will feel that “ending was never enough.”

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  10. fred Chandler says:

    Patrick Gregston, I am now offering my 3 books of poetry as eBooks which will include many of my audio readings. So now you can use your cell phone, eReader or iPad to hear my readings and read my poems!

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  11. Mark says:

    I don’t mean to be forward, but could the author answer a simple question? How, when and why did this poetry thing of yours started?

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    Posted by Fred Chandler

    Mark, in 2007 I was in Sydney, Australia and was enlightened by a Zen Master. I wrote my first poem entitled The Last Light of Day on July, 27, 2007. I have been writing ever since.

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  12. Travis says:

    This is a great site!

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    Posted by Fred Chandler

    Travis, Thank you for your kind comment. Is there any favorite poems you liked?

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    Posted by Travis

    Hey Fred, I really like Kerplunk and the artwork with it is great. Keep up the good work!

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    Posted by Fred Chandler

    Travis, a very interesting choice. You picked one of my poems Kerplunk, which is a favorite of Alex Garland. I know and worked with Alex on Danny Boyle’s movies 28 Days Later and Sunshine. Alex also wrote the best selling novel The Beach.


    Posted by Sarena Cohen

    I really liked the photographs and paintings paired together with the poems!

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