Re: May Day
- From: "Dennis M. Hammes" <scrawlmark@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2007 01:54:05 -0500
On Oct 20, 9:33 am, "Dennis M. Hammes" <scrawlm...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Oct 18, 11:50 pm, Peter J Ross <p...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
In rec.arts.poems on Thu, 18 Oct 2007 20:15:45 -0000,
do...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <do...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Many fight revolution's cause;
Most of them are stunning bores
Past glories celebrated;
While anally penetrated
But should we not, take a pause;
And vomit in a scrap of gauze
Most in this land are sated.
This author's ne'er been dated
Kew's a fine a private place,
Andrew Marvell kicks your face
it is often said that imitation (even if poor) is the highest form of
Thank you for your praise.
(for the third time)
p.s. you always quote me. Are you a fan?
The time you wallowed on your face,
He annotated every trace.
When his attention has you high,
He'll let you drop and leave you lie.
Smart lad, to slip betimes away
From froups where glory will not play.
Gresham's Law is not worth a Continental.http://scrawlmark.org
your nonsense has been expanded from prose to verse. Congratulations!
It took you five days to come up with that?
It's time your illiteracy was expanded from prose to verse.
Google "The time you won your town the race" and read what you find.
(Just copy and paste the phrase, incl. quotes.)
Gresham's Law is not worth a Continental.
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