I don't feel love here on the Talihin...

I don't feel love here on the Talihina forum:(

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Mike101

Mckinney, TX

#1 Feb 21, 2013
I tried to come on here and meet the locals and start some greatful relationships. It seems this community is not very receptive of outsiders and is quite hostile. I think I need to come to the local coffe house and meet the locals, coffee at the local hangout anyone?
Mason

Sapulpa, OK

#2 Feb 21, 2013
This place is a cesspool, go to any town and read their boards, it's the same everywhere.
Local

Claremore, OK

#3 Feb 21, 2013
There are good people here, maybe not a lot posting on Topix lol, but in the community. Small towns can be difficult to get accepted into the local groups. Small groups of folks that have associated with each other for years can be pretty closed. That's just group dynamics and nothing personal toward you I'm sure. Give it time, extend yourself to others and they will open up to you. Persistence and a pleasant personality will go far. Good luck.
Bull Frog

San Antonio, TX

#4 Feb 21, 2013
you were not born here,you are SOL.i have been here 20 years and still call a out sider,Real Hill Billys Here.
hopefully

United States

#5 Feb 22, 2013
I have read some of the stuff that Mike101 has put on this forum, and I understand why he can't make friends. You can't go around correcting the way people write on here all the time, pal.
and so on and so on

United States

#6 Feb 24, 2013
this forum is used by people who live in talihina and those who know someone in talihina to bash each other , they all have something to say but none of them have the guts to say it to their faces so they come on here make up a name and believe the people don't know who they are , REALLY!!!! I'm sorry but if I have an issue with someone and it comes up on here with a stupid name attached I still know who it is I have the issue with so it isn't hard to figure out who wrote it.
Lahoma Roebuck

Fort Smith, AR

#7 Jul 11, 2013
Mike101 wrote:
I tried to come on here and meet the locals and start some greatful relationships. It seems this community is not very receptive of outsiders and is quite hostile. I think I need to come to the local coffe house and meet the locals, coffee at the local hangout anyone?
This town is tough if you don't have family here. I'd love to have a regular coffee meet-up with interested people. I usually don't read the postings here because people are generally upset when they post and I also am guilty of that.
Wanderer

Port Angeles, WA

#8 Jul 12, 2013
Leaves of Gold

Now, Talihina was a Princess...
or so they say the legend goes,
below that ole Buff'lo Mountain
where the Ouachita still flows.
There's a road among those mountains
where the wagon-trains once rolled...
where young lovers shared their secrets,
'neath the falling leaves of gold.

Left my home in Oklahoma
just a boy of seventeen...
to forget my heart was broken
by the princess of my dreams.
Forty years can be a lifetime,
and a man too soon grows old...
when a maiden's voice still calls to him,
from falling leaves of gold.

Oh, Talihina was a Princess...
or so they say the legend goes,
below that ole Buff'lo Mountain
where the Ouachita still flows.
There's a road among those mountains,
in Winding Stairs I used to know...
Ghostly voices still whisper secrets,
among those falling leaves of gold.
David

Tulsa, OK

#9 Jul 12, 2013
Today that princess is a drug addicted alcoholic, with three kids that her parents are raising and at least two SDTs. Sorry.
Rhonda

Fort Smith, AR

#10 Jul 13, 2013
Very nice poem. Thank you for sharing :)
Lahoma Roebuck

Fort Smith, AR

#11 Jul 13, 2013
Wanderer wrote:
Leaves of Gold
Now, Talihina was a Princess...
or so they say the legend goes,
below that ole Buff'lo Mountain
where the Ouachita still flows.
There's a road among those mountains
where the wagon-trains once rolled...
where young lovers shared their secrets,
'neath the falling leaves of gold.
Left my home in Oklahoma
just a boy of seventeen...
to forget my heart was broken
by the princess of my dreams.
Forty years can be a lifetime,

and a man too soon grows old...
when a maiden's voice still calls to him,
from falling leaves of gold.
Oh, Talihina was a Princess...
or so they say the legend goes,
below that ole Buff'lo Mountain
where the Ouachita still flows.
There's a road among those mountains,
in Winding Stairs I used to know...
Ghostly voices still whisper secrets,
among those falling leaves of gold.
That is a beautiful poem. If you wrote this, you are one talented person!
TFALLEN

Heavener, OK

#12 Jul 14, 2013
Wanderer wrote:
Leaves of Gold
Now, Talihina was a Princess...
or so they say the legend goes,
below that ole Buff'lo Mountain
where the Ouachita still flows.
There's a road among those mountains
where the wagon-trains once rolled...
where young lovers shared their secrets,
'neath the falling leaves of gold.
Left my home in Oklahoma
just a boy of seventeen...
to forget my heart was broken
by the princess of my dreams.
Forty years can be a lifetime,
and a man too soon grows old...
when a maiden's voice still calls to him,
from falling leaves of gold.
Oh, Talihina was a Princess...
or so they say the legend goes,
below that ole Buff'lo Mountain
where the Ouachita still flows.
There's a road among those mountains,
in Winding Stairs I used to know...
Ghostly voices still whisper secrets,
among those falling leaves of gold.
Very cool indeed, Wanderer!

Also, Mike, there are good and bad people around, just like any town. Try posting about something that interests you in a positive way, and respond to the positive posts. Have a good one.
The Truth

Hot Springs National Park, AR

#13 Feb 24, 2014
Wanderer wrote:
Leaves of Gold
Now, Talihina was a Princess...
or so they say the legend goes,
below that ole Buff'lo Mountain
where the Ouachita still flows.
There's a road among those mountains
where the wagon-trains once rolled...
where young lovers shared their secrets,
'neath the falling leaves of gold.
Left my home in Oklahoma
just a boy of seventeen...
to forget my heart was broken
by the princess of my dreams.
Forty years can be a lifetime,
and a man too soon grows old...
when a maiden's voice still calls to him,
from falling leaves of gold.
Oh, Talihina was a Princess...
or so they say the legend goes,
below that ole Buff'lo Mountain
where the Ouachita still flows.
There's a road among those mountains,
in Winding Stairs I used to know...
Ghostly voices still whisper secrets,
among those falling leaves of gold.
That is beautiful. And probably the only honest and truthful thing I have read on here.
Wanderer

Port Angeles, WA

#14 Feb 24, 2014
Thank you, all...

March 1969 was when I left Talihina to join the US Army - and there really was a princess...

Life is what you make it, and now I have a wonderful wife, five kids and five grandkids - but there is always regret and wonderings about that 'Road Less Travelled'(as Whitman called it). For me, that will always lead back to Talihina, OK and my senior year of High School.
The Truth

Hot Springs National Park, AR

#15 Feb 24, 2014
Wanderer wrote:
Thank you, all...
March 1969 was when I left Talihina to join the US Army - and there really was a princess...
Life is what you make it, and now I have a wonderful wife, five kids and five grandkids - but there is always regret and wonderings about that 'Road Less Travelled'(as Whitman called it). For me, that will always lead back to Talihina, OK and my senior year of High School.
You are welcome. And I want to thank you for your service to this country. I to once live at Talihina for many years and have great memories.

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