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adamlynn
2009-07-12 13:25:19 UTC
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A toothless old dog named hubris
matt
2009-07-12 18:44:24 UTC
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A toothless old dog named hubris
licking its balls and anus.
you try to pass without arousing
its attention. however, a slithering
snake named cythera taps
it on the forehead and points
in your direction. as you
walk by, they growl and hiss
in unison.

after that slight melodrama subsides,
you get back to writing your
book. if you get bored, you can
always go back and throw stones
at the toothless bitch and slithering
snake for entertainment.

matt
adamlynn
2009-07-12 19:43:28 UTC
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Post by adamlynn
A toothless old dog named hubris
licking its balls and anus.
you try to pass without arousing
its attention.  however, a slithering
snake named cythera taps
it on the forehead and points
in your direction.  as you
walk by, they growl and hiss
in unison.
after that slight melodrama subsides,
you get back to writing your
book.  if you get bored, you can
always go back and throw stones
at the toothless bitch and slithering
snake for entertainment.
matt
heh!
Reminds me of a Rimbaud poem
about a priest...I wish I could remember it.....
Good stuff Matt.
I've got nothing against Cythera personally-
(life's too short).
matt
2009-07-13 00:59:26 UTC
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Post by adamlynn
A toothless old dog named hubris
licking its balls and anus.
you try to pass without arousing
its attention.  however, a slithering
snake named cythera taps
it on the forehead and points
in your direction.  as you
walk by, they growl and hiss
in unison.
after that slight melodrama subsides,
you get back to writing your
book.  if you get bored, you can
always go back and throw stones
at the toothless bitch and slithering
snake for entertainment.
matt
heh!
Reminds me of a Rimbaud poem
about a priest...I wish I could remember it.....
Good stuff Matt.
I've got nothing against Cythera personally-
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thanks...
i don't have anything against the island of cythera either.
http://www.cruiserlog.com/wiki/index.php?title=Cythera
as far as the anonymous poster that has raped that
name...looks like another recruit for those who claim
to be the authorities of poetry on aapc. i don't mind
chiming in, here and there, on any of them.. but,
you're right...life is too short to get obsessed like
RE does with dockery.

matt
George Dance
2009-07-13 01:23:28 UTC
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A toothless old dog named hubris
licking its balls and anus.
you try to pass without arousing
its attention.  however, a slithering
snake named cythera taps
it on the forehead and points
in your direction.  as you
walk by, they growl and hiss
in unison.
after that slight melodrama subsides,
you get back to writing your
book.  if you get bored, you can
always go back and throw stones
at the toothless bitch and slithering
snake for entertainment.
matt
heh!
Reminds me of a Rimbaud poem
about a priest...I wish I could remember it.....
Good stuff Matt.
I've got nothing against Cythera personally-
(life's too short).- Hide quoted text -
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thanks...
i don't have anything against the island of cythera either.http://www.cruiserlog.com/wiki/index.php?title=Cythera
as far as the anonymous poster that has raped that
name...looks like another recruit for those who claim
to be the authorities of poetry on aapc.  
I think the nym is a reference to Baudelaire's "Voyage to Cythera."

"That dark, grim island there--which would that be?"
"Cythera," we're told, "the legendary isle
Old bachelors tell stories of and smile.
There's really not much to it, you can see."

"And yet," Baudelaire adds, "there was something to see:"

http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/15863





i don't mind
Post by matt
chiming in, here and there, on any of them.. but,
you're right...life is too short to get obsessed like
RE does with dockery.
matt
matt
2009-07-13 03:06:16 UTC
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A toothless old dog named hubris
licking its balls and anus.
you try to pass without arousing
its attention.  however, a slithering
snake named cythera taps
it on the forehead and points
in your direction.  as you
walk by, they growl and hiss
in unison.
after that slight melodrama subsides,
you get back to writing your
book.  if you get bored, you can
always go back and throw stones
at the toothless bitch and slithering
snake for entertainment.
matt
heh!
Reminds me of a Rimbaud poem
about a priest...I wish I could remember it.....
Good stuff Matt.
I've got nothing against Cythera personally-
(life's too short).- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
thanks...
i don't have anything against the island of cythera either.http://www.cruiserlog.com/wiki/index.php?title=Cythera
as far as the anonymous poster that has raped that
name...looks like another recruit for those who claim
to be the authorities of poetry on aapc.  
I think the nym is a reference to Baudelaire's "Voyage to Cythera."
"That dark, grim island there--which would that be?"
"Cythera," we're told, "the legendary isle
Old bachelors tell stories of and smile.
There's really not much to it, you can see."
"And yet," Baudelaire adds, "there was something to see:"
http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/15863
i don't mind
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chiming in, here and there, on any of them.. but,
you're right...life is too short to get obsessed like
RE does with dockery.
matt- Hide quoted text -
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yes-
i believe the anonymous poster even pointed
out this poem in reference to how they came
up with their usenet title.

almost gaudy, in a way, to use that specific
name. it's almost like saying, 'i'm in league
with the great baudelaire...that's why i use
this usenet title.' esp when they, in turn,
go around and tell others what constitutes
a good poem.

seems like an obvious delusion of grandeur.


matt
Will Dockery
2009-07-14 00:15:21 UTC
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A toothless old dog named hubris
licking its balls and anus.
you try to pass without arousing
its attention.  however, a slithering
snake named cythera taps
it on the forehead and points
in your direction.  as you
walk by, they growl and hiss
in unison.
after that slight melodrama subsides,
you get back to writing your
book.  if you get bored, you can
always go back and throw stones
at the toothless bitch and slithering
snake for entertainment.
matt
heh!
Reminds me of a Rimbaud poem
about a priest...I wish I could remember it.....
A friend of mine, Uncle Grumpy, posted an interesting excercise a few
minutes ago, which caused me to pull one of my Rimbaud books from the
shelf, so I may come across it soon. Here's the deal:

UG: "But the idea of sin puts you in a servile condition throughout
your life. The "Power Of Myth" by Joseph Campbell. Grab the nearest
book to you Go to page 56 To the 5th sentence, post in your status.
Post these instructions in your comments. Make sure it's the CLOSEST
book."

WD: "First book, closest, literally, since my knee touches the
bookshelf, is a book of poems by Arthur Rimbaud. Page 56, I felt
lucky, with /Evening Prayer/, fifth line, counting the title line:
'Clenched in teeth, veiled in puffs of impalpable air.' without the
title line as first, not so lucky: 'Like the dung in some old dovecot,
simmering.'

http://quixoticlife.net/art/2007/evening-prayer-arthur-rimbaud

Evening Prayer
By Arthur Rimbaud, trans. Dennis J. Carlile

I live parked, like an angel in a barber's chair,
In my fist a fluted thick mug of beer,
My gullet and gut bend curving, pipe here
Clenched in teeth, veiled in puffs of impalpable air.

Like the dung in some old dovecot, simmering,
Countless Dreams within me gently smolder.
Soon enough my sad heart's like a sapling
Running bloody tears of young and sullen gold.

Then, when I've thoroughly damped down my Dreams,
I turn, after thirty or forty beers,
And address my prayers to a pressing need.

Easy as the Lord of cedar and of hyssops,
I piss to the dark skies, up high and oh-so far,
To the nodding assent of great heliotropes.
Post by adamlynn
Good stuff Matt.
I've got nothing against Cythera personally-
(life's too short).
Same here... in the past, I've had some good discussions with Cythera.
She just seems a bit too /sensitive/ for the poet's life.

--
"Truck Stop Woman" by Dockery & Conley on internet radio:
http://www.wqik.com/new2/artists/i/237770?psid=303942
General Zod
2019-04-15 23:30:54 UTC
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A toothless old dog named hubris
licking its balls and anus.
you try to pass without arousing
its attention.  however, a slithering
snake named cythera taps
it on the forehead and points
in your direction.  as you
walk by, they growl and hiss
in unison.
after that slight melodrama subsides,
you get back to writing your
book.  if you get bored, you can
always go back and throw stones
at the toothless bitch and slithering
snake for entertainment.
matt
heh!
Reminds me of a Rimbaud poem
about a priest...I wish I could remember it.....
A friend of mine, Uncle Grumpy, posted an interesting excercise a few
minutes ago, which caused me to pull one of my Rimbaud books from the
UG: "But the idea of sin puts you in a servile condition throughout
your life. The "Power Of Myth" by Joseph Campbell. Grab the nearest
book to you Go to page 56 To the 5th sentence, post in your status.
Post these instructions in your comments. Make sure it's the CLOSEST
book."
WD: "First book, closest, literally, since my knee touches the
bookshelf, is a book of poems by Arthur Rimbaud. Page 56, I felt
'Clenched in teeth, veiled in puffs of impalpable air.' without the
title line as first, not so lucky: 'Like the dung in some old dovecot,
simmering.'
http://quixoticlife.net/art/2007/evening-prayer-arthur-rimbaud
Evening Prayer
By Arthur Rimbaud, trans. Dennis J. Carlile
I live parked, like an angel in a barber's chair,
In my fist a fluted thick mug of beer,
My gullet and gut bend curving, pipe here
Clenched in teeth, veiled in puffs of impalpable air.
Like the dung in some old dovecot, simmering,
Countless Dreams within me gently smolder.
Soon enough my sad heart's like a sapling
Running bloody tears of young and sullen gold.
Then, when I've thoroughly damped down my Dreams,
I turn, after thirty or forty beers,
And address my prayers to a pressing need.
Easy as the Lord of cedar and of hyssops,
I piss to the dark skies, up high and oh-so far,
To the nodding assent of great heliotropes.
Post by adamlynn
Good stuff Matt.
I've got nothing against Cythera personally-
(life's too short).
Same here... in the past, I've had some good discussions with Cythera.
She just seems a bit too /sensitive/ for the poet's life.
Yes darned goo translations of Rimbaud....
NancyGene
2019-04-15 23:35:54 UTC
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Yes darned goo translations of Rimbaud....
Carlile wrote goo.
General Zod
2019-04-15 23:36:55 UTC
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GOOD
Michael Pendragon
2019-04-16 01:14:05 UTC
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Yes darned goo translations of Rimbaud....
Carlile wrote goo.
Not just any old run-of-the-mill goo, but "darned goo."
NancyGene
2019-04-16 01:18:21 UTC
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Yes darned goo translations of Rimbaud....
Carlile wrote goo.
Not just any old run-of-the-mill goo, but "darned goo."
Will and Zid are also fully fluent in French so they know if he did a good job on the translation or not. Pouvez-vous le traduire?
Will Dockery
2019-04-16 01:34:18 UTC
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I have read enough translations of Rimbaud to be able to tell a good one from a not so good one...
Chafetz Chayim ha'Yehu'di
2019-04-16 01:53:45 UTC
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On Monday, April 15, 2019 at 6:18:22 PM UTC-7, NaziQueene has not read Rimbaud or Verlaine..


NaziQueene's pudding is easily translatable: גיין באַרען זיך

STEPHAN PICKERING / חפץ ח"ם בן אברהם
Torah אלילה Yehu'di Apikores / Philologia Kabbalistica Speculativa Researcher
לחיות זמן רב ולשגשג...לעולם לא עוד
THE KABBALAH FRACTALS PROJECT
לעולם לא אשכח

IN PROGRESS: Shabtai Zisel ben Avraham v'Rachel Riva:
davening in the musema
General Zod
2019-04-16 03:46:09 UTC
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Yes darned goo translations of Rimbaud....
Carlile wrote goo.
Not just any old run-of-the-mill goo, but "darned goo."
Will and Zid are also fully fluent in French
No but I know a well written poem when I see one....
Coco DeSockmonkey
2019-04-16 04:28:34 UTC
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Yes darned goo translations of Rimbaud....
Carlile wrote goo.
Not just any old run-of-the-mill goo, but "darned goo."
Will and Zid are also fully fluent in French
No but I know a well written poem when I see one....
Right. You've gushed far too many "Outdamnstanding!"s for anyone to take you seriously in that regard.
Chafetz Chayim ha'Yehu'di
2019-04-16 05:53:20 UTC
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On Monday, April 15, 2019 at 9:28:35 PM UTC-7, Coco DeSockmonkeyTrollGoy rambles...
Post by Coco DeSockmonkey
Right. You've gushed far too many "Outdamnstanding!"s for anyone to take you seriously in that regard.
Shalom & Erev tov, Zod...Coco, like Edward Rochester, is an illusion, a bullshit purveyor. You are a painter. I've seen your stunning conjurations. NaziQueene's cyberlibels are meaningless, and, in time, he and FakeJewTroll will no longer be here.
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STEPHAN PICKERING / חפץ ח"ם בן אברהם
Torah אלילה Yehu'di Apikores / Philologia Kabbalistica Speculativa Researcher
לחיות זמן רב ולשגשג...לעולם לא עוד
THE KABBALAH FRACTALS PROJECT
לעולם לא אשכח

IN PROGRESS: Shabtai Zisel ben Avraham v'Rachel Riva:
davening in the musematic dark
Will Dockery
2019-04-16 06:12:21 UTC
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On Monday, April 15, 2019 at 9:28:35 PM UTC-7, Coco DeSockmonkeyTrollGoy rambles...
Post by Coco DeSockmonkey
Right. You've gushed far too many "Outdamnstanding!"s for anyone to take you seriously in that regard.
Shalom & Erev tov, Zod...Coco, like Edward Rochester, is an illusion, a bullshit purveyor. You are a painter. I've seen your stunning conjurations. NaziQueene's cyberlibels are meaningless, and, in time, he and FakeJewTroll will no longer be here.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
And btw, lying scumbag trolls such as those you mention are not welcomed at the Facebook version of this poetry group:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/105463832836304/
General Zod
2019-04-16 07:51:16 UTC
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On Monday, April 15, 2019 at 9:28:35 PM UTC-7, Coco DeSockmonkeyTrollGoy rambles...
Post by Coco DeSockmonkey
Right. You've gushed far too many "Outdamnstanding!"s for anyone to take you seriously in that regard.
Shalom & Erev tov, Zod...Coco, like Edward Rochester, is an illusion, a bullshit purveyor. You are a painter. I've seen your stunning conjurations. NaziQueene's cyberlibels are meaningless, and, in time, he and FakeJewTroll will no longer be here.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
STEPHAN PICKERING / חפץ ח"ם בן אברהם
Torah אלילה Yehu'di Apikores / Philologia Kabbalistica Speculativa Researcher
לחיות זמן רב ולשגשג...לעולם לא עוד
THE KABBALAH FRACTALS PROJECT
לעולם לא אשכח
davening in the musematic dark
Oh yes the trolls are nothing but total crapolla....

An utter waste of my time.....

Peter J Ross
2009-07-17 05:30:46 UTC
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In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Sun, 12 Jul 2009 12:43:28 -0700 (PDT),
Post by adamlynn
heh!
Reminds me of a Rimbaud poem
about a priest...I wish I could remember it.....
Good stuff Matt.
I've got nothing against Cythera personally-
(life's too short).
It's good to know that the art of critique isn't dead.

</sarcasm>
--
PJR :-)

<http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/>
adamlynn
2009-07-17 22:09:09 UTC
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In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Sun, 12 Jul 2009 12:43:28 -0700 (PDT),
Post by adamlynn
heh!
Reminds me of a Rimbaud poem
about a priest...I wish I could remember it.....
Good stuff Matt.
I've got nothing against Cythera personally-
(life's too short).
It's good to know that the art of critique isn't dead.
</sarcasm>
--
PJR :-)
<http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/>
Sarcasm is the only note that I've ever heard you play.
(/seriously/) But since your opinion(s) mean less then
the farts of a gnat......
adamlynn
2009-07-18 00:16:23 UTC
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In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Sun, 12 Jul 2009 12:43:28 -0700 (PDT),
Post by adamlynn
heh!
Reminds me of a Rimbaud poem
about a priest...I wish I could remember it.....
Good stuff Matt.
I've got nothing against Cythera personally-
(life's too short).
It's good to know that the art of critique isn't dead.
</sarcasm>
--
PJR :-)
<http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/>
Sarcasm is the only note that I've ever heard you play.
(/seriously/) But since your opinion(s) mean less then
the farts of a gnat......- Hide quoted text -
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Because it's in the nature of a small mind
to gleefully jump on a small mistake
(Peter) I meant that
"your opinion(s) mean less THAN
the farts of a gnat."
Peter J Ross
2009-07-18 19:28:32 UTC
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In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Fri, 17 Jul 2009 17:16:23 -0700 (PDT),
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Post by adamlynn
Post by Peter J Ross
In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Sun, 12 Jul 2009 12:43:28 -0700 (PDT),
Post by adamlynn
heh!
Reminds me of a Rimbaud poem
about a priest...I wish I could remember it.....
Good stuff Matt.
I've got nothing against Cythera personally-
(life's too short).
It's good to know that the art of critique isn't dead.
</sarcasm>
--
PJR :-)
<http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/>
Sarcasm is the only note that I've ever heard you play.
(/seriously/) But since your opinion(s) mean less then
the farts of a gnat......- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Because it's in the nature of a small mind
to gleefully jump on a small mistake
(Peter) I meant that
"your opinion(s) mean less THAN
the farts of a gnat."
Naturally, I'll immediately kill myself as the result of being
disliked by some newbie.

Farewell, cruel AAPC! adamlynn is evidently a much better contributor
to this newsgroup than I! Sob! Sob! ... BANG!
--
PJR :-)

<http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/>
adamlynn
2009-07-18 20:57:42 UTC
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Post by adamlynn
Post by Peter J Ross
In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Sun, 12 Jul 2009 12:43:28 -0700 (PDT),
Post by adamlynn
heh!
Reminds me of a Rimbaud poem
about a priest...I wish I could remember it.....
Good stuff Matt.
I've got nothing against Cythera personally-
(life's too short).
It's good to know that the art of critique isn't dead.
</sarcasm>
--
PJR :-)
<http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/>
Sarcasm is the only note that I've ever heard you play.
(/seriously/) But since your opinion(s) mean less then
the farts of a gnat......- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Because it's in the nature of a small mind
to gleefully jump on a small mistake
(Peter) I meant that
"your opinion(s) mean less THAN
the farts of a gnat."
Naturally, I'll immediately kill myself as the result of being
disliked by some newbie.
Farewell, cruel AAPC! adamlynn is evidently a much better contributor
to this newsgroup than I! Sob! Sob! ... BANG!
--
PJR :-)
<http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/>- Hide quoted text -
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It's the mean-spirited persona that you've chosen to adopt,
the sneeringly superior tone that you take, and the insulting
nature of your critiques that I dislike.

It's too bad, because you obviously have talent, and you could
be helpful, but instead, it seems, you'd rather impress the other
bullies who pollute this forum.

I've been wasting my time & energy responding in kind,
and for that I'm sorry.

Adam
Will Dockery
2009-07-18 21:01:42 UTC
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Post by adamlynn
Post by Peter J Ross
In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Sun, 12 Jul 2009 12:43:28 -0700 (PDT),
Post by adamlynn
heh!
Reminds me of a Rimbaud poem
about a priest...I wish I could remember it.....
Good stuff Matt.
I've got nothing against Cythera personally-
(life's too short).
It's good to know that the art of critique isn't dead.
</sarcasm>
--
PJR :-)
<http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/>
Sarcasm is the only note that I've ever heard you play.
(/seriously/) But since your opinion(s) mean less then
the farts of a gnat......- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Because it's in the nature of a small mind
to gleefully jump on a small mistake
(Peter) I meant that
"your opinion(s) mean less THAN
the farts of a gnat."
Naturally, I'll immediately kill myself as the result of being
disliked by some newbie.
Farewell, cruel AAPC! adamlynn is evidently a much better contributor
to this newsgroup than I! Sob! Sob! ... BANG!
--
PJR :-)
It's the mean-spirited persona that you've chosen to adopt,
the sneeringly superior tone that you take, and the insulting
nature of your critiques that I dislike.
It's too bad, because you obviously have talent, and you could
be helpful, but instead, it seems, you'd rather impress the other
bullies who pollute this forum.
I've been wasting my time & energy responding in kind,
and for that I'm sorry.
Adam
It seems that PJR has decided to trail you, Adam... if so, you ain't
seen nothing yet.

--
"Truck Stop Woman" by Dockery & Conley on internet radio:
http://www.wqik.com/new2/artists/i/237770?psid=303942
Peter J Ross
2009-07-18 21:11:27 UTC
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QUACK!
What, another one???
--
PJR :-)

<http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/>
Will Dockery
2009-07-18 21:17:31 UTC
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In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Fri, 17 Jul 2009 17:16:23 -0700 (PDT),
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Post by adamlynn
Post by Peter J Ross
In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Sun, 12 Jul 2009 12:43:28 -0700 (PDT),
Post by adamlynn
heh!
Reminds me of a Rimbaud poem
about a priest...I wish I could remember it.....
Good stuff Matt.
I've got nothing against Cythera personally-
(life's too short).
It's good to know that the art of critique isn't dead.
</sarcasm>
--
PJR :-)
<http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/>
Sarcasm is the only note that I've ever heard you play.
(/seriously/) But since your opinion(s) mean less then
the farts of a gnat......- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Because it's in the nature of a small mind
to gleefully jump on a small mistake
(Peter) I meant that
"your opinion(s) mean less THAN
the farts of a gnat."
Naturally, I'll immediately kill myself as the result of being
disliked by some newbie.
Farewell, cruel AAPC! adamlynn is evidently a much better contributor
to this newsgroup than I! Sob! Sob! ... BANG!
Heh... thinking of following your dear friends Hammes and Bishop, PJR?

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G&tSP
2009-07-15 00:33:49 UTC
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A toothless old dog named hubris
a dog with 5 heads.
Post by matt
licking its balls and anus.
you try to pass without arousing
its attention.  however, a slithering
snake named
Now, now; no actual names or nyms. You're welcome to Slythera, or
maybe you'd prefer three snakes with fictitious names: say, Slythera,
Gwythera, and Karlythera.
Post by matt
taps
it on the forehead and points
in your direction.  as you
walk by, they growl and hiss
in unison.
after that slight melodrama subsides,
you get back to writing your
book.  if you get bored, you can
always go back and throw stones
at the toothless bitch and slithering
snake for entertainment.
matt
Cute story otherwise.
matt
2009-07-15 03:32:33 UTC
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Post by matt
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A toothless old dog named hubris
a dog with 5 heads.
Post by matt
licking its balls and anus.
you try to pass without arousing
its attention.  however, a slithering
snake named
Now, now; no actual names or nyms. You're welcome to Slythera, or
maybe you'd prefer three snakes with fictitious names: say, Slythera,
Gwythera, and Karlythera.
well-
that's a good point. i become a victim of a petard
with the name cythera. however, i'm banking on the
possibility that it may see its own reflection and turn
to stone before i get wind of what's going on.
Post by G&tSP
Post by matt
taps
it on the forehead and points
in your direction.  as you
walk by, they growl and hiss
in unison.
after that slight melodrama subsides,
you get back to writing your
book.  if you get bored, you can
always go back and throw stones
at the toothless bitch and slithering
snake for entertainment.
matt
Cute story otherwise.
thanks-
the sequel stars a stale goosman and a snarla
fighting to the death in a gladiator type arena
for the king and queen: dockery and ross.
tx max is the presiding court jester.
it should be fun.
(another gamble with nyms and names:
yet another bank shot...i'm feeling lucky tonight.)

matt
George Dance
2009-07-13 14:46:43 UTC
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A toothless old dog named hubris
With five heads.
Peter J Ross
2009-07-17 05:28:37 UTC
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In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Sun, 12 Jul 2009 06:25:19 -0700 (PDT),
Post by adamlynn
A toothless old dog named hubris
Went up to a goose and said "Boo, Briss!"
The goose was named Brister
And so was her sister,
Who said, "What I tell you is true, Briss!"

A toothless old wanker named Lynn
Wrote limericks, hoping he'd win.
They none of them scanned,
So all he had planned
Was quickly consigned to the bin.

A pedophile best known as Adam
said, "Children? My God, have I had 'em!
I've given them pain
again and again!"
said that naughty old pedo named Adam.
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PJR :-)

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adamlynn
2009-07-17 22:21:07 UTC
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In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Sun, 12 Jul 2009 06:25:19 -0700 (PDT),
Post by adamlynn
A toothless old dog named hubris
Went up to a goose and said "Boo, Briss!"
        The goose was named Brister
        And so was her sister,
Who said, "What I tell you is true, Briss!"
A toothless old wanker named Lynn
Wrote limericks, hoping he'd win.
        They none of them scanned,
        So all he had planned
Was quickly consigned to the bin.
A pedophile best known as Adam
said, "Children? My God, have I had 'em!
        I've given them pain
        again and again!"
said that naughty old pedo named Adam.
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PJR :-)
<http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/>
You really are an asshole- all that ever comes
out of you are farts and feces. I'd like to find
out if you're man enough to call me a "pedo"
to my face. I doubt that you'd be willing to
face the consequences, punk.
Peter J Ross
2009-07-18 19:17:40 UTC
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In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Fri, 17 Jul 2009 15:21:07 -0700 (PDT),
Post by adamlynn
Post by Peter J Ross
In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Sun, 12 Jul 2009 06:25:19 -0700 (PDT),
Post by adamlynn
A toothless old dog named hubris
Went up to a goose and said "Boo, Briss!"
        The goose was named Brister
        And so was her sister,
Who said, "What I tell you is true, Briss!"
A toothless old wanker named Lynn
Wrote limericks, hoping he'd win.
        They none of them scanned,
        So all he had planned
Was quickly consigned to the bin.
A pedophile best known as Adam
said, "Children? My God, have I had 'em!
        I've given them pain
        again and again!"
said that naughty old pedo named Adam.
--
PJR :-)
<http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/>
You really are an asshole- all that ever comes
out of you are farts and feces. I'd like to find
out if you're man enough to call me a "pedo"
to my face. I doubt that you'd be willing to
face the consequences, punk.
You don't get the "flyting" idea at all, do you?

When do you plan to come and kill me? The first week in September
looks good to me.
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PJR :-)

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Will Dockery
2009-07-19 07:10:20 UTC
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When do you plan to come and kill me?
"...You're not worth any ammo, see?" -Dennis M. Hammes

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George Dance
2009-07-17 22:28:52 UTC
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In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Sun, 12 Jul 2009 06:25:19 -0700 (PDT),
Post by adamlynn
A toothless old dog named hubris
A pedophile best known as Adam
Is that the only thing you like to talk about? Dear me: we're going to
have to start calling you Pedo Ross.
Peter J Ross
2009-07-18 19:25:07 UTC
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Post by George Dance
Post by Peter J Ross
In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Sun, 12 Jul 2009 06:25:19 -0700 (PDT),
Post by adamlynn
A toothless old dog named hubris
A pedophile best known as Adam
Is that the only thing you like to talk about? Dear me: we're going to
have to start calling you Pedo Ross.
Who are "we", Dunce?
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PJR :-)

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adamlynn
2009-07-17 23:00:58 UTC
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In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Sun, 12 Jul 2009 06:25:19 -0700 (PDT),
Post by adamlynn
A toothless old dog named hubris
Went up to a goose and said "Boo, Briss!"
        The goose was named Brister
        And so was her sister,
Who said, "What I tell you is true, Briss!"
A toothless old wanker named Lynn
Wrote limericks, hoping he'd win.
        They none of them scanned,
        So all he had planned
Was quickly consigned to the bin.
A pedophile best known as Adam
said, "Children? My God, have I had 'em!
        I've given them pain
        again and again!"
said that naughty old pedo named Adam.
--
PJR :-)
<http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/>
there once was a peter named Ross
a prick whose gain was her loss
he tried some Viagra
then roared like Niagara
he'd never rise up from his cross
Peter J Ross
2009-07-18 19:24:30 UTC
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In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Fri, 17 Jul 2009 16:00:58 -0700 (PDT),
Post by adamlynn
Post by Peter J Ross
In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Sun, 12 Jul 2009 06:25:19 -0700 (PDT),
Post by adamlynn
A toothless old dog named hubris
Went up to a goose and said "Boo, Briss!"
        The goose was named Brister
        And so was her sister,
Who said, "What I tell you is true, Briss!"
A toothless old wanker named Lynn
Wrote limericks, hoping he'd win.
        They none of them scanned,
        So all he had planned
Was quickly consigned to the bin.
A pedophile best known as Adam
said, "Children? My God, have I had 'em!
        I've given them pain
        again and again!"
said that naughty old pedo named Adam.
--
PJR :-)
<http://pjr.lasnobberia.net/verse/>
there once was a peter named Ross
a prick whose gain was her loss
(your second line doesn't scan very well)
Post by adamlynn
he tried some Viagra
then roared like Niagara
he'd never rise up from his cross
There was an old poster named Adam
Who tried to have sex with a Madam.
What he got from the brothel
Was spunk down his throstle,
That silly old poster named Adam.
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PJR :-)

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