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Red-Lipped Stranger / Will Dockery (March 2011)
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Will Dockery
2019-07-29 19:47:07 UTC
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Playgrounds Magazine / March 2011 issue:

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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Michael Pendragon
2019-07-29 19:59:34 UTC
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Fish wrap.
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
P.o.s.
Will Dockery
2019-07-29 20:02:22 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Your jealousy is unbecoming, Pendragon.

:)
Will Dockery
2019-07-30 00:23:39 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
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Post by NancyGene
illiterate
Hey,troll... these posts are demonstrating that I wrote a monthly column for
twenty years, making your statement above impossible.

;)
Michael Pendragon
2019-07-30 03:50:22 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
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Post by NancyGene
illiterate
Hey,troll... these posts are demonstrating that I wrote a monthly column for
twenty years, making your statement above impossible.
Fish wrap.
Will Dockery
2019-07-30 13:18:53 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Post by Will Dockery
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Hey,troll... these posts are demonstrating that I wrote a monthly column for
twenty years, making your statement above impossible.
Fish wrap
Your jealousy is unbecoming.

;)
Coco DeSockmonkey
2019-07-30 13:25:44 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Post by Will Dockery
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Hey,troll... these posts are demonstrating that I wrote a monthly column for
twenty years, making your statement above impossible.
Fish wrap
Your jealousy is unbecoming.
Why would anyone be jealous of fish wrap?


Michael Pendragon
“I'd think so, but never underestimate the stupidity of a troll.”
-- Wee Whiny Willie Dockery, quintessential dumb fuck, pissbum
General Zod
2019-08-01 03:47:23 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Post by Will Dockery
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Hey,troll... these posts are demonstrating that I wrote a monthly column for
twenty years, making your statement above impossible.
Fish wrap
Your jealousy is unbecoming.
;)
Sad little gimpy character that Pendragon....
Will Dockery
2019-07-30 13:41:08 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
<troll snip>
Post by NancyGene
illiterate
Hey,troll... these posts are demonstrating that I wrote a monthly column for
twenty years, making your statement above impossible.

But what do we expect from a troll such as you?

;)
Will Dockery
2019-07-30 13:45:47 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
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Back on track.

;)
Will Dockery
2019-07-31 22:09:40 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Circulation for the publication this poem was in: 10,000 copies.
Rex Hunter Jr.
2019-08-13 23:41:34 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Circulation for the publication this poem was in: 10,000 copies.
Over 20 years... copies in the millions were put out.....
Will Dockery
2019-08-14 22:54:33 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Circulation for the publication this poem was in: 10,000 copies.
Over 20 years... copies in the millions were put out.....
One count has it at over 2 million copies.
André Hugo
2019-08-21 23:44:17 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Circulation for the publication this poem was in: 10,000 copies.
Over 20 years... copies in the millions were put out.....
One count has it at over 2 million copies.
Big numbers............
Will Dockery
2019-07-30 12:20:05 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
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<troll snip>

To get this thread back on track...

;)
Will Dockery
2019-07-30 15:57:23 UTC
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Fish
Your upper lip again?

;)
Will Dockery
2019-08-02 14:26:09 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
<troll snip>

To get this thread back on track...

;)
General Zod
2019-08-04 10:09:29 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
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<troll snip>
To get this thread back on track...
;)
Damn right....
Will Dockery
2019-08-05 00:20:45 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
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<troll snip>
To get this thread back on track...
Damn right....
Thanks, Zod.
Johnny Galt
2019-08-05 22:36:46 UTC
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To get this thread back on track...
Damn right....
Thanks, Zod.
Cool man...............
Rex Hunter Jr.
2019-08-13 03:47:20 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
<troll snip>
To get this thread back on track...
Damn right....
Thanks, Zod.
Thou art quite welcome....
Will Dockery
2019-08-02 19:47:39 UTC
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Pendragon is an envious little twit, obviously.

;)
Will Dockery
2019-08-14 17:40:57 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
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<troll snip>
To get this thread back on track...
Good idea!
For once we agree.

;)
Rex Hunter Jr.
2019-08-14 23:28:23 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of
the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
<troll snip>
To get this thread back on track...
Good idea!
For once we agree.
;)
What an utterly stupid fuckhead that Pendragon is..............
Will Dockery
2019-07-29 20:06:50 UTC
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Your jealousy is unbecoming, Pendragon.

:)
Michael Pendragon
2019-07-29 20:09:11 UTC
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Your jealousy is unbecoming, Pendragon.
It's an honest, no holds barred critique, Turd.

Stop whining and deal with it like a grown up.
Will Dockery
2019-07-29 20:12:41 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Your jealousy is unbecoming, Pendragon.
It's an honest, no holds barred critique
Okay, so two word critiques are acceptable here now, good to note that... and thanks for reading and commenting.

:)
Michael Pendragon
2019-07-29 20:18:45 UTC
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Your jealousy is unbecoming, Pendragon.
It's an honest, no holds barred critique
Okay, so two word critiques are acceptable here now, good to note that... and thanks for reading and commenting.
P.o.s. is an abbreviation for *three* words (learn to count); and three words were all your so-called "poem" deserved.

Michael Pendragon
"Memories... pressed between the pages just like fine wine...…........"
-- George "Lady Bunny" Sulzbach
Will Dockery
2019-07-29 20:21:40 UTC
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Okay, so two word critiques are acceptable here now, good to note that... and thanks for reading and commenting.
P.o.s. is an abbreviation for *three* words
Okay, so you read my poem and gave your opinion... there's not much else for us to discuss now, so have a nice day.

:)
Michael Pendragon
2019-07-29 20:31:51 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Okay, so two word critiques are acceptable here now, good to note that... and thanks for reading and commenting.
P.o.s. is an abbreviation for *three* words
Okay, so you read my poem and gave your opinion... there's not much else for us to discuss now, so have a nice day.
If you just want slurps, send your "poetry" to Plod in a personal email. If you post them in a comments group, you'd better be prepared to hear the truth.


Michael Pendragon
INTERVIEWER: I suppose you don't just hold it?
WILL DOCKERY: No. I let it out just like everybody else does.
INTERVIEWER: How?
WILL DOCKERY: Well, to pee, you just go out back and pee.
INTERVIEWER: How about to poop?
WILL DOCKERY: For that, you dig a hole. Then you poop into the hole and cover it up.
Will Dockery
2019-07-29 20:36:38 UTC
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If you post them in a comments group, you'd better be prepared to hear the truth
Exactly what I was telling Pastor Corey and "Me" yesterday. We post our poetry here for comments, which is probably why you don't post your poetry here yourself.
Michael Pendragon
2019-07-29 20:40:52 UTC
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<snip>
Post by Michael Pendragon
If you post them in a comments group, you'd better be prepared to hear the truth
Exactly what I was telling Pastor Corey and "Me" yesterday. We post our poetry here for comments, which is probably why you don't post your poetry here yourself.
I've posted *all* of my recent poetry here, and most of my earlier works (both in written and video form).

Out of consideration for others, I don't continually repost it, or bump it on a daily basis.


Michael Pendragon
“Kids will play around with other kids, having been one, I know that, but consent laws are indeed in place to keep adult predators from legally seducing children.”
-- Wee Whiny Willie Dockery, quintessential dumb fuck, pissbum
Will Dockery
2019-07-29 20:42:43 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
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Post by Michael Pendragon
If you post them in a comments group, you'd better be prepared to hear the truth
Exactly what I was telling Pastor Corey and "Me" yesterday. We post our poetry here for comments, which is probably why you don't post your poetry here yourself.
I've posted *all* of my recent poetry here, and most of my earlier works (both in written and video form).
I've read most of them and commented on many.
Michael Pendragon
2019-07-29 20:45:22 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
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Post by Michael Pendragon
If you post them in a comments group, you'd better be prepared to hear the truth
Exactly what I was telling Pastor Corey and "Me" yesterday. We post our poetry here for comments, which is probably why you don't post your poetry here yourself.
I've posted *all* of my recent poetry here, and most of my earlier works (both in written and video form).
I've read most of them and commented on many.
If you've read most of them (300-400 poems), why would you claim that I "don't post poetry here"?


Michael Pendragon
“… giggling
at the gay guys
outside Sweet Gum Head bar
two green haired
punk rock boys
kissing…”
-- Wee Whiny Willie Dockery, quintessential dumb fuck, pissbum
Will Dockery
2019-07-29 20:50:27 UTC
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I've posted *all* of my recent poetry here, and most of my earlier works (both in written and video form).
I've read most of them and commented on many.
If you've read most of them (300-400 poems), why would you claim that I "don't post poetry here"?
Well, you haven't posted any poetry here in quite a while... a year, maybe?
Michael Pendragon
2019-07-29 23:28:29 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
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Post by Michael Pendragon
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Michael Pendragon
I've posted *all* of my recent poetry here, and most of my earlier works (both in written and video form).
I've read most of them and commented on many.
If you've read most of them (300-400 poems), why would you claim that I "don't post poetry here"?
Well, you haven't posted any poetry here in quite a while... a year, maybe?
2 1/2.

With that poem, I completed my second poetry collection. I am not, at present, planning on writing a third collection.
Will Dockery
2019-07-30 13:24:12 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12
of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
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Post by Michael Pendragon
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Michael Pendragon
I've posted *all* of my recent poetry here, and most of my earlier
works (both in written and video form).
I've read most of them and commented on many.
If you've read most of them (300-400 poems), why would you claim that I
"don't post poetry here"?
Well, you haven't posted any poetry here in quite a while... a year, maybe?
2 1/2.
Post by Will Dockery
With that poem, I completed my second poetry collection. I am not, at
present, planning on writing a third collection.
So you really have stopped writing poetry?
Rex Hunter Jr.
2019-08-14 03:27:41 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
<snip>
Post by Michael Pendragon
If you post them in a comments group, you'd better be prepared to hear the truth
Exactly what I was telling Pastor Corey and "Me" yesterday. We post our poetry here for comments, which is probably why you don't post your poetry here yourself.
I've posted *all* of my recent poetry here, and most of my earlier works (both in written and video form).
I've read most of them and commented on many.
Some of Pendragon's poems read good I will admit.....
Michael Pendragon
2019-08-14 11:48:50 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
<snip>
Post by Michael Pendragon
If you post them in a comments group, you'd better be prepared to hear the truth
Exactly what I was telling Pastor Corey and "Me" yesterday. We post our poetry here for comments, which is probably why you don't post your poetry here yourself.
I've posted *all* of my recent poetry here, and most of my earlier works (both in written and video form).
I've read most of them and commented on many.
Some of Pendragon's poems read good I will admit.....
Shut up, Todd.
Will Dockery
2019-08-15 06:06:12 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
<snip>
Post by Michael Pendragon
If you post them in a comments group, you'd better be prepared to hear the truth
Exactly what I was telling Pastor Corey and "Me" yesterday. We post our poetry here for comments, which is probably why you don't post your poetry here yourself.
I've posted *all* of my recent poetry here, and most of my earlier works (both in written and video form).
I've read most of them and commented on many.
Some of Pendragon's poems read good I will admit.....
Heh... next thing I suppose we'll see is that you're a Pa Boone fan.

;)
Rex Hunter Jr.
2019-08-15 22:56:03 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
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Post by Michael Pendragon
If you post them in a comments group, you'd better be prepared to hear the truth
Exactly what I was telling Pastor Corey and "Me" yesterday. We post our poetry here for comments, which is probably why you don't post your poetry here yourself.
I've posted *all* of my recent poetry here, and most of my earlier works (both in written and video form).
I've read most of them and commented on many.
Some of Pendragon's poems read good I will admit.....
Heh... next thing I suppose we'll see is that you're a Pa Boone fan.
;)
I loved Pat Boone as a Beverly Hillbilly......


Will Dockery
2019-08-16 00:26:03 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
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Post by Michael Pendragon
If you post them in a comments group, you'd better be prepared to hear the truth
Exactly what I was telling Pastor Corey and "Me" yesterday. We post our poetry here for comments, which is probably why you don't post your poetry here yourself.
I've posted *all* of my recent poetry here, and most of my earlier works (both in written and video form).
I've read most of them and commented on many.
Some of Pendragon's poems read good I will admit.....
Heh... next thing I suppose we'll see is that you're a Pat Boone fan.
;)
I loved Pat Boone as a Beverly Hillbilly......
http://youtu.be/BysBBBHywns
I have to agree with that... Pat Boone was brilliant, here...
Rex Hunter Jr.
2019-08-16 05:25:21 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
<snip>
Post by Michael Pendragon
If you post them in a comments group, you'd better be prepared to hear the truth
Exactly what I was telling Pastor Corey and "Me" yesterday. We post our poetry here for comments, which is probably why you don't post your poetry here yourself.
I've posted *all* of my recent poetry here, and most of my earlier works (both in written and video form).
I've read most of them and commented on many.
Some of Pendragon's poems read good I will admit.....
Heh... next thing I suppose we'll see is that you're a Pat Boone fan.
;)
I loved Pat Boone as a Beverly Hillbilly......
http://youtu.be/BysBBBHywns
I have to agree with that... Pat Boone was brilliant, here...
He fits well in a down home setting....
Ray Novack
2019-08-16 21:45:18 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
<snip>
Post by Michael Pendragon
If you post them in a comments group, you'd better be prepared to hear the truth
Exactly what I was telling Pastor Corey and "Me" yesterday. We post our poetry here for comments, which is probably why you don't post your poetry here yourself.
I've posted *all* of my recent poetry here, and most of my earlier works (both in written and video form).
I've read most of them and commented on many.
Some of Pendragon's poems read good I will admit.....
Heh... next thing I suppose we'll see is that you're a Pat Boone fan.
;)
Oh heavens no............
Rex Warren Jr.
2019-08-03 04:11:34 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Your jealousy is unbecoming, Pendragon.
It's an honest, no holds barred critique
Okay, so two word critiques are acceptable here now, good to note that... and thanks for reading and commenting.
:)
Good to know......
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2019-08-22 23:38:58 UTC
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"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Your jealousy is unbecoming, Pendragon.
It's an honest, no holds barred critique
Okay, so two word critiques are acceptable here now, good to note that... and thanks for reading and commenting.
:)
Right on......................
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2019-07-30 01:20:23 UTC
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To get this thread back on track...
Good idea!
For once we agree.

;)
Will Dockery
2019-07-30 13:22:18 UTC
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It's an honest, no holds barred critique
You're entitled to your opinion, of course, no matter how wrong it may be.

:)
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2019-08-04 05:22:34 UTC
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Your jealousy is unbecoming, Pendragon.
It's an honest, no holds barred critique
A two word critique, eh...?
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2019-08-06 02:42:53 UTC
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Your jealousy is unbecoming, Pendragon.
It's an honest, no holds barred critique, Turd.
Stop whining and deal with it like a grown up.
You are based and you know it Pendragon.....
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2019-08-20 23:37:30 UTC
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Your jealousy is unbecoming, Pendragon.
It's an honest, no holds barred critique, Turd.
Stop whining and deal with it like a grown up.
Shut up, Pendragon.....
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2019-07-29 20:44:20 UTC
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Piece of misogynistic shit. (4 words)
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2019-07-29 21:44:35 UTC
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Piece of illiterate misogynistic shit. (5 words)
Piece of heinously illiterate misogynistic shit. (6 words)
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Piece of illiterate misogynistic shit. (5 words)
Piece of heinously illiterate misogynistic shit. (6 words)
Piece of ongoing heinously illiterate misogynistic shit (7 words)
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2019-07-29 22:31:14 UTC
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misogynistic
Again, how so?

:)
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Piece of illiterate misogynistic shit. (5 words)
Piece of heinously illiterate misogynistic shit. (6 words)
Piece of ongoing heinously illiterate misogynistic shit (7 words)
Piece of ongoing heinously illiterate misogynistic spam shit (8 words)
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Piece of illiterate misogynistic shit. (5 words)
Piece of heinously illiterate misogynistic shit. (6 words)
Piece of ongoing heinously illiterate misogynistic shit (7 words)
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Piece of misogynistic shit. (4 words)
Piece of illiterate misogynistic shit. (5 words)
Piece of heinously illiterate misogynistic shit. (6 words)
Piece of ongoing heinously illiterate misogynistic shit (7 words)
Piece of ongoing heinously illiterate misogynistic spam shit (8 words)
Piece of ongoing heinously illiterate misogynistic clown spam shit.
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To get this thread back on track...

;)
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Piece of ongoing heinously illiterate misogynistic shit (7 words)
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Piece of ongoing heinously illiterate misogynistic shit (7 words)
Piece of ongoing heinously illiterate misogynistic spam shit (8 words)
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2019-07-29 21:52:15 UTC
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Piece of misogynistic shit. (4 words)
Piece of illiterate misogynistic shit. (5 words)
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2019-07-29 21:52:38 UTC
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Piece of misogynistic
How so?



Red Lipped Stranger

Her creep crawls
the narrow stairway
of the Candlelight Motel
to watch for her
from a window.

Rethinking
his infatuation
but clinging
to his vision of her
as the red lipped stranger.

Downstairs
the desk clerk's cat
slithers through
the service entrance.

The vampirate
on a motorbike
passes below
to the westbound bridge
werewolf on her back.

Jennifer at riverbend
watches gunboats
smacks her foot
on the bright red clay.

Jennifer gives good lyric
she wrote this poem
she's no bum.

But she's not there
on the other side
of the greenish wall.

Through a three-inch-wall
he hears
bedsprings rattle
rustle of dry-hump,
some guy's mumbles.

Hears the fat blonde waitress
whip it in bondage
the sounds
lull him to sleep.

The hand of Uncle Sugar
still taking notes
as a new standard bearer
hands out trophies
to the winners.

His trillion dollar gash
flakes from the bone
as gravity tears
a pound of dust.

Clings to a picture book
the missing part of himself
as if perpetually
anchored
to his invisible erection.

At Lucky Seven Lounge
she tries
not to reveal herself
but she stubbornly clutches
her empty shoes.

Something
seems missing
in the broad daylight
when the details
are displayed.

All that remains are
her flat black hat
her oversized lantern
her broken laptop.

No poor boy on the street
can speak of her
or the island on the river.
Or about her return...
her resurrection.

-Will Dockery
Rex Entwhistle
2019-07-30 03:27:15 UTC
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Piece of misogynistic
How so?
http://youtu.be/qBhcN1WK144
Red Lipped Stranger
Her creep crawls
the narrow stairway
of the Candlelight Motel
to watch for her
from a window.
Rethinking
his infatuation
but clinging
to his vision of her
as the red lipped stranger.
Downstairs
the desk clerk's cat
slithers through
the service entrance.
The vampirate
on a motorbike
passes below
to the westbound bridge
werewolf on her back.
Jennifer at riverbend
watches gunboats
smacks her foot
on the bright red clay.
Jennifer gives good lyric
she wrote this poem
she's no bum.
But she's not there
on the other side
of the greenish wall.
Through a three-inch-wall
he hears
bedsprings rattle
rustle of dry-hump,
some guy's mumbles.
Hears the fat blonde waitress
whip it in bondage
the sounds
lull him to sleep.
The hand of Uncle Sugar
still taking notes
as a new standard bearer
hands out trophies
to the winners.
His trillion dollar gash
flakes from the bone
as gravity tears
a pound of dust.
Clings to a picture book
the missing part of himself
as if perpetually
anchored
to his invisible erection.
At Lucky Seven Lounge
she tries
not to reveal herself
but she stubbornly clutches
her empty shoes.
Something
seems missing
in the broad daylight
when the details
are displayed.
All that remains are
her flat black hat
her oversized lantern
her broken laptop.
No poor boy on the street
can speak of her
or the island on the river.
Or about her return...
her resurrection.
-Will Dockery
ME is trolling as usual Doc....

Everyone can see this is a tender love ballad....
Michael Pendragon
2019-07-30 03:50:50 UTC
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Piece of misogynistic
How so?
http://youtu.be/qBhcN1WK144
Red Lipped Stranger
Her creep crawls
the narrow stairway
of the Candlelight Motel
to watch for her
from a window.
Rethinking
his infatuation
but clinging
to his vision of her
as the red lipped stranger.
Downstairs
the desk clerk's cat
slithers through
the service entrance.
The vampirate
on a motorbike
passes below
to the westbound bridge
werewolf on her back.
Jennifer at riverbend
watches gunboats
smacks her foot
on the bright red clay.
Jennifer gives good lyric
she wrote this poem
she's no bum.
But she's not there
on the other side
of the greenish wall.
Through a three-inch-wall
he hears
bedsprings rattle
rustle of dry-hump,
some guy's mumbles.
Hears the fat blonde waitress
whip it in bondage
the sounds
lull him to sleep.
The hand of Uncle Sugar
still taking notes
as a new standard bearer
hands out trophies
to the winners.
His trillion dollar gash
flakes from the bone
as gravity tears
a pound of dust.
Clings to a picture book
the missing part of himself
as if perpetually
anchored
to his invisible erection.
At Lucky Seven Lounge
she tries
not to reveal herself
but she stubbornly clutches
her empty shoes.
Something
seems missing
in the broad daylight
when the details
are displayed.
All that remains are
her flat black hat
her oversized lantern
her broken laptop.
No poor boy on the street
can speak of her
or the island on the river.
Or about her return...
her resurrection.
-Will Dockery
ME is trolling as usual Doc....
Everyone can see this is a tender love ballad....
Shut up, Todd.
Will Dockery
2019-07-30 06:39:52 UTC
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Red Lipped Stranger
Her creep crawls
the narrow stairway
of the Candlelight Motel
to watch for her
from a window.
Rethinking
his infatuation
but clinging
to his vision of her
as the red lipped stranger.
Downstairs
the desk clerk's cat
slithers through
the service entrance.
The vampirate
on a motorbike
passes below
to the westbound bridge
werewolf on her back.
Jennifer at riverbend
watches gunboats
smacks her foot
on the bright red clay.
Jennifer gives good lyric
she wrote this poem
she's no bum.
But she's not there
on the other side
of the greenish wall.
Through a three-inch-wall
he hears
bedsprings rattle
rustle of dry-hump,
some guy's mumbles.
Hears the fat blonde waitress
whip it in bondage
the sounds
lull him to sleep.
The hand of Uncle Sugar
still taking notes
as a new standard bearer
hands out trophies
to the winners.
His trillion dollar gash
flakes from the bone
as gravity tears
a pound of dust.
Clings to a picture book
the missing part of himself
as if perpetually
anchored
to his invisible erection.
At Lucky Seven Lounge
she tries
not to reveal herself
but she stubbornly clutches
her empty shoes.
Something
seems missing
in the broad daylight
when the details
are displayed.
All that remains are
her flat black hat
her oversized lantern
her broken laptop.
No poor boy on the street
can speak of her
or the island on the river.
Or about her return...
her resurrection.
-Will Dockery
Everyone can see this is a tender love ballad....
Thanks for reading and commenting, Rex.

;)
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2019-07-30 09:26:50 UTC
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Red Lipped Stranger
Her creep crawls
the narrow stairway
of the Candlelight Motel
to watch for her
from a window.
Rethinking
his infatuation
but clinging
to his vision of her
as the red lipped stranger.
Downstairs
the desk clerk's cat
slithers through
the service entrance.
The vampirate
on a motorbike
passes below
to the westbound bridge
werewolf on her back.
Jennifer at riverbend
watches gunboats
smacks her foot
on the bright red clay.
Jennifer gives good lyric
she wrote this poem
she's no bum.
But she's not there
on the other side
of the greenish wall.
Through a three-inch-wall
he hears
bedsprings rattle
rustle of dry-hump,
some guy's mumbles.
Hears the fat blonde waitress
whip it in bondage
the sounds
lull him to sleep.
The hand of Uncle Sugar
still taking notes
as a new standard bearer
hands out trophies
to the winners.
His trillion dollar gash
flakes from the bone
as gravity tears
a pound of dust.
Clings to a picture book
the missing part of himself
as if perpetually
anchored
to his invisible erection.
At Lucky Seven Lounge
she tries
not to reveal herself
but she stubbornly clutches
her empty shoes.
Something
seems missing
in the broad daylight
when the details
are displayed.
All that remains are
her flat black hat
her oversized lantern
her broken laptop.
No poor boy on the street
can speak of her
or the island on the river.
Or about her return...
her resurrection.
-Will Dockery
Everyone can see this is a tender love ballad....
Thanks for reading and commenting, Rex.
;)
Damn good poetry Doc....
Rex Warren Jr.
2019-08-02 21:06:45 UTC
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Piece of misogynistic
How so?
http://youtu.be/qBhcN1WK144
Red Lipped Stranger
Her creep crawls
the narrow stairway
of the Candlelight Motel
to watch for her
from a window.
Rethinking
his infatuation
but clinging
to his vision of her
as the red lipped stranger.
Downstairs
the desk clerk's cat
slithers through
the service entrance.
The vampirate
on a motorbike
passes below
to the westbound bridge
werewolf on her back.
Jennifer at riverbend
watches gunboats
smacks her foot
on the bright red clay.
Jennifer gives good lyric
she wrote this poem
she's no bum.
But she's not there
on the other side
of the greenish wall.
Through a three-inch-wall
he hears
bedsprings rattle
rustle of dry-hump,
some guy's mumbles.
Hears the fat blonde waitress
whip it in bondage
the sounds
lull him to sleep.
The hand of Uncle Sugar
still taking notes
as a new standard bearer
hands out trophies
to the winners.
His trillion dollar gash
flakes from the bone
as gravity tears
a pound of dust.
Clings to a picture book
the missing part of himself
as if perpetually
anchored
to his invisible erection.
At Lucky Seven Lounge
she tries
not to reveal herself
but she stubbornly clutches
her empty shoes.
Something
seems missing
in the broad daylight
when the details
are displayed.
All that remains are
her flat black hat
her oversized lantern
her broken laptop.
No poor boy on the street
can speak of her
or the island on the river.
Or about her return...
her resurrection.
-Will Dockery
One of your best poems.....

One of the best poems by ANYBODY......

http://youtu.be/qBhcN1WK144
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2019-07-30 13:26:05 UTC
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shit
Your upper lip again, troll?

;)
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2019-07-29 23:54:14 UTC
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Loser (1 word)

And the most definitive of you and your entire existence.
ME
2019-07-30 02:13:38 UTC
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Loser (1 word)
And the most definitive of you and your entire existence.
Nasty loser (2 words)
Rex Entwhistle
2019-07-30 00:01:43 UTC
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Excellent find Doc....
Will Dockery
2019-07-30 00:57:28 UTC
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Excellent find Doc....
Thanks for the nod, Rex.

;)
Will Dockery
2019-07-30 02:10:55 UTC
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Thanks for the nod, General Zod.

😉
Will Dockery
2019-07-30 02:15:20 UTC
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Thanks for the bump, "Me".

😉
Rex Entwhistle
2019-07-30 15:27:14 UTC
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A favorite.....
Rex Entwhistle
2019-07-30 23:42:17 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://issuu.com/willdockery/docs/032011playgroundsall/12
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Outstanding find....
Will Dockery
2019-07-31 03:14:56 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://issuu.com/willdockery/docs/032011playgroundsall/12
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Outstanding find....
It was an iconic moment, I must say.

;)
Rex Entwhistle
2019-07-31 05:12:52 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://issuu.com/willdockery/docs/032011playgroundsall/12
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Outstanding find....
It was an iconic moment, I must say.
;)
You'll catch Hell for that but I daresay I agree.....
Will Dockery
2019-08-01 01:32:21 UTC
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https://issuu.com/willdockery/docs/032011playgroundsall/12
Post by Rex Entwhistle
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rex Entwhistle
Post by Will Dockery
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Outstanding find....
It was an iconic moment, I must say.
;)
You'll catch Hell for that but I daresay I agree.....
Perhaps not... heh.
Will Dockery
2019-08-01 04:08:19 UTC
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Pendragon is a envious little twit, obviously.

;)
General Zod
2019-08-02 00:00:23 UTC
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Poor pathetic Pat Fan Pendragon....
Will Dockery
2019-08-02 00:50:38 UTC
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Poor pathetic Pat Fan Pendragon....
He's not such a bad guy... Pen is just a bit confused and butt-hurt over my poetic superiority over him.

;)
Rex Warren Jr.
2019-08-02 04:01:17 UTC
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Poor pathetic Pat Fan Pendragon....
He's not such a bad guy... Pen is just a bit confused and butt-hurt over my poetic superiority over him.
;)
Pendragon shouldn't have dropped the soap....

Ha ha ha....
Rex Hunter Jr.
2019-08-12 23:44:07 UTC
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Poor pathetic Pat Fan Pendragon....
He's not such a bad guy... Pen is just a bit confused and butt-hurt over my poetic superiority over him.
;)
Ha ha ha ....
Andre Newton
2019-08-17 02:45:12 UTC
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Poor pathetic Pat Fan Pendragon....
He's not such a bad guy... Pen is just a bit confused and butt-hurt over my poetic superiority over him.
;)
Pat Boone is a shitty singer though......
Will Dockery
2019-08-11 22:54:20 UTC
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Thanks for reading and commenting, everyone.

:)
Rex Hunter Jr.
2019-08-12 03:23:10 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://issuu.com/willdockery/docs/032011playgroundsall/12
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Fine work deserving a bump to the toppermost….
Rex Hunter Jr.
2019-08-15 04:57:46 UTC
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One of your all time best poems Doc...
Will Dockery
2019-08-19 07:05:30 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://issuu.com/willdockery/docs/032011playgroundsall/12
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
And, the completed work:

http://youtu.be/qBhcN1WK144

Red Lipped Stranger by Will Dockery & The Shadowville All-Stars / Written by Will Dockery, Brian Mallard & Henry Conley / Vocals - Will Dockery / Vocals - Gini Woolfolk / Guitar - Brian Mallard / Art - Gary Frankfurth / Produced by Robbie Wright
Andre Hugo
2019-08-19 08:17:59 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Post by Will Dockery
https://issuu.com/willdockery/docs/032011playgroundsall/12
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
http://youtu.be/qBhcN1WK144
Red Lipped Stranger by Will Dockery & The Shadowville All-Stars / Written by Will Dockery, Brian Mallard & Henry Conley / Vocals - Will Dockery / Vocals - Gini Woolfolk / Guitar - Brian Mallard / Art - Gary Frankfurth / Produced by Robbie Wright
Marvelous poetry and song...……..
André Hugo
2019-08-22 04:47:09 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://issuu.com/willdockery/docs/032011playgroundsall/12
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Definitely will rank high in my TOP 100 Doc poems.......
Will Dockery
2019-08-23 03:17:27 UTC
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https://issuu.com/willdockery/docs/032011playgroundsall/12
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Definitely will rank high in my TOP 100 Doc poems.......
Thanks, General Zod, that should be an interesting list.

;)
Bodeen
2019-08-23 05:28:31 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://issuu.com/willdockery/docs/032011playgroundsall/12
"Red-Lipped Stranger", a poem by Will Dockery, is on Page 12 of the March 2011 issue of Playgrounds Magazine.
Definitely will rank high in my TOP 100 Doc poems.......
Thanks, General Zod, that should be an interesting list.
;)
This one will be either #4 or #3 on the top one hundred list......
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