depressing poetry Treblinka, World War 3

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depressing poetry Treblinka, World War 3

Postby WolfLarsen » Fri Jan 05, 2007 8:35 am

A Baby is an Old Man in a Second


I write my poems with your flesh oozing and dancing out of my pen, suddenly everybody's pregnant and there are thousands of buildings sprouting out of the walls in your living room and your girlfriend's tummy begins growing like a monologue, suddenly poems start shooting out of every floating molecule and poems are floating out of every animal and every plant and every person because everything on the earth is festering with poetry, you begin kissing all the lines of poetry until you are a circle, everyone is mailing you their own personal sky, so you're driving alongside the Mekong in Laos in a motorcycle and the people stare with thousands of eyes crawling all over your white skin forever, and if you think nuclear war can never happen sit at that gray pond in Treblinka – everything horrible can happen.

Copyright 2004 by Wolf Larsen

(First published in Kritya literary magazine, India)

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Postby Richard » Sat Jan 06, 2007 8:07 am

Still plenty of sound and fury there, Wolf.
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Thank you

Postby WolfLarsen » Sat Jan 20, 2007 5:36 am

Thanx Richard

Cheers!

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Postby bard of passion » Sun Jan 21, 2007 7:52 pm

The rest of Richard's reference from Shakespeare is: "signifying nothing."

Wolflarsen, why are you throwing this stream-of-consciousness stuff on a Keats' site?

Did some teacher make you stand in front of the class and demand you recite Ode to A Nightengale?

What is the animus, friend?

This is sooooooooooooooooooooooo bad.


Sorry, you posted it for comment. This is my comment
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Postby dks » Mon Jan 22, 2007 3:07 am

bard of passion wrote:The rest of Richard's reference from Shakespeare is: "signifying nothing."

Wolflarsen, why are you throwing this stream-of-consciousness stuff on a Keats' site?

Did some teacher make you stand in front of the class and demand you recite Ode to A Nightengale?

What is the animus, friend?

This is sooooooooooooooooooooooo bad.


Sorry, you posted it for comment. This is my comment


F**ck. Ouch....and I didn't even write it!! :shock:
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