Nordia Campbell – [email protected]
Thursday, April 29, 2004 – 1:58 AM
Hi there Miss Louis.I was born ad raised in jamaica…I came here about 4 years ago(America). Growing up in school I’ve acted out and recite many of you work….I myself is a poet but like i always seh….nobody good like you!!!! I rally enjoy reading your poems and I must say it is an inspiration to me….I hope someday I can get where you are today(jamaican hall of fame)……I hope to accomplish more in life and since there will never be another Louise Bennett I will be the first Nordia Campbell….and indeed I will be the best Jamaica has ever seen,so Miss Bennett since your poem( New Scholar) was the first poem I was introduced t I want to say thank you times a million..u will nee know how truly greateful I am!!! Blee Your Heart!
Thursday, May 06, 2004 – 12:27 PM
Louise Bennett is a household name with all of my relatives. We grew up with Miss Lou and Mas Ron. We just have to think of Miss Lou and it generates a smile or laughter. God gave you to Jamaica and we appreciate you!
Thank you, Miss Lou.
JACQUELINE MARIE LINDSAY – [email protected]
Monday, December 27, 2004 – 9:35 AM
THANK YOU VERY MUCH TO MISS LOU!
THIS HAS GIVEN ME A GREAT PLEASURE TO SAY HOW I ADORE YOU! MISS LOU IS SOMEONE I ALWAY HAD IN MY MIND AND ADORE.
CELEBRATION OF CHRISTMAS!
CHRISTMAS IS FOR US TO CELEBRATE AND ENJOY!
HAPPY TIMES WHEN IT COMES AND GOES!
DEM SAH MANGOE SWEETA THAN ONE POUND A SUGAR BUM! DEM SAH ME SPEAK BETTER THAN JOHN CROW AND BULL DOG!
MEE AH LAUGH LAST NITE WEN MEE AH DO IT SO MEE SAH NEXT TIME DO DOT HARDER MON SO MEE BELLY DROP OUT!
MISS LOU BENETTE COVERLEY
ONCE UPON A TIME THERE WAS SWEET, SWEET JAMAICAN WOMAN WHO NAME MISS LOU WHO HAD MONEY AND BEAUTY TO KILL MEN.
THESE MEN TAUGHT THAT MISS LOU CAN ONLY WINE A DINE SO ONE DAY MISS LOU SAW ONE AND SAID HO SWEETHEART JUST GIVE ME BACK MY BEAUTY TONIGHT.
“IT IS GREAT TO MEET YOU MEN SHE SAID.”
SO ONE NEXT DAY COME AGAIN AND SHE SAW HIM AGAIN AND SHE SAID, “DARLING LET ME HOLD YOUR HANDS AND YOU DANCE WITH ME WHILE I PRAY TO GOD FOR THE GIFT YOU GAVE ME TODAY.” “NICE TO MEET YOU YOUNG MAN SHE SAID HONEY.”
AFTER SUDDENLY SHE DISAPPERED INTO A FLYING SAUCER AND TURN INTO A DUPPY FRYING PAN.
MISS LOU SAID, “BOY MEE NAH COME BACK HERE AGAIN AND ME WILL TAKE TODAY FOR MY LESSON.”
THE NEXT TIME SHE SAW SUN A SHINE OVER RAINBOW CLOUDS SHE SAID,” TODAY IS THE FIRST TIME I AM GOING TO SEE SUN, CLOUD, RAIN, FLOOD, FIRE AND RAINBOW.”
SO SHE SHE SAW A RING FLY IN THE SKY UP ABOVE WITH TWO QUEEN APPEREARED AROUND HER SO SHE SAID,” BOY THIS IS A MIRACLE AND GOD GIFT TO ME WITH MEN OF ALL CREATURES OF THE WORLD TO THINK OF”. THE DUPPY MAN SAID,” LAUGH MISS LOU LAUGH UNTIL EVERYTHING CRUSH UP MAN”
THIS MAN SAID MISS LOU THEN GIVE ME TEN SHILLING TO BUY A PATTY AND MORE MONEY TO PUT INTO MY BANK BOOK.” SHE SAID BOY YOU TO GREEDY AND ME DON’T WANT YOU NEITHER FOR MONEY OR LOVE.”
SHE SAID BYE, BYE MASTER I WILL LOVE YOU FOR TEN SHILLING YEARS MY DEAR BUT I WON’T LOVE YOU BECAUSE YOU TO CRAFTY WITH MONEY LAND AND WATER AND EVERYTHING IN THIS WORLD.”
WE BROKE UP AND WE HAD TELEPHONE CUT TOGETHER WITH KNIFE OFF EACH OTEHR HEAD BY TAIL SAW.
IN THE END MISS LOU BECAME RICH AND THE OLD MAN BECAME A PUPPY DOG DUPPY.
SHE HAD A HAPPY TIME TOGETHER WITH A POOR MAN DOG NAME NAN.
JACQUELINE MARIE LINDSAY AND VERNETTA MARCIA LINDSAY.
janet barnes – janvic2yahoo.com
Wednesday, January 12, 2005 – 6:41 PM
Thank you Ms. Lou. You are one in a million and I do appreciate your poems and folk songs. you mek me laugh even when mi sad at work. Can’t get enough a u jokes bye mi dear, no mek water come a mi eye.
Thursday, May 26, 2005 – 9:38 AM
you`re the best thanks na mon/mi daer I`m jamaican to.
KAYA ISESAJAH – [email protected]
Thursday, June 30, 2005 – 7:32 PM
Miss Lou, mi love yuh bad!!! Cho! fi alla dem who seh yuh fi stop write patois, especilly dem fool pon di internet supposed ‘expert’…mi show mi finga to all dat seh mi rude yuh know. Raspeck due, to Miss Lou!!!!!! mi first hear yuh whan mi likkle still..now mi grown an mi still LOVE YUH..
monique caesar – africangirl_monique@yahoo
Tuesday, July 26, 2005 – 4:36 PM
Dear Miss Lou, you have been such an inspiration to so many Jamaicans of all ages. I am an upcoming actress and would have loved they opportunity to work with you hearing all the stories about how sweet and caring you are towards your fellow actor. I have been blessed to work with great Jamaicans like yourself all of whom have worked with you; Charles Hyatt,Glen Campbell and Fae Ellington. thank you for your contributions to our beloved island you have left an indefinable mark on our heritage and culture and for that i want to thank you. I would love to contact you by email so i hope I’ll hear from you .
Saturday, September 24, 2005 – 11:50 AM
Thanks Miss Lou