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    Red face A good (virtual) place

    Hi Guys,
    here is a nice place where to find inspiration, also only for a sinlge moment of reflection. I find it very nice.

    http://www.poemhunter.com/search/?q=music&w=title

    let me know if you like it.
    cheers

    Francesco
    nothing is forever

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    Re: A good (virtual) place

    Quote Originally Posted by Francesco
    Hi Guys,
    here is a nice place where to find inspiration, also only for a sinlge moment of reflection. I find it very nice.

    http://www.poemhunter.com/search/?q=music&w=title

    let me know if you like it.
    cheers

    Francesco
    Nice, yes indeed.

    Evidently nothing rhymes with euphonium, though, or its pentameter isn't iambic enough.
    Jim Williams
    Professor of Capitalism
    N9EJR
    Indianapolis Brass Choir
    All Your Bass Sus&Short Are Belong to Us.

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    David, why does your response somehow not surprise me? (I found the poem "Death by Constipation" to be quite... moving. )

    Danny

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDW

    David, why does your response somehow not surprise me? (I found the
    poem "Death by Constipation" to be quite... moving. )

    Danny
    "And ride into the unknown..."

    Yes, the pathos mixed with a spirit of adventure -- the
    man should be our poet laureate... what elegance,
    depth, and conceptual grace he possesses! Few have
    explored the human experience with greater sensitivity
    and understanding...

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .

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    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    "And ride into the unknown..."

    Yes, the pathos mixed with a spirit of adventure -- the
    man should be our poet laureate... what elegance,
    depth, and conceptual grace he possesses! Few have
    explored the human experience with greater sensitivity
    and understanding...

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .
    Yes, quite. We have, indeed, found in Mr. Saywell the definitive literary parallel embodiment of the surgeon-barber of times past -- the poet-proctologist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDW

    Yes, quite. We have, indeed, found in Mr. Saywell the definitive literary
    parallel embodiment of the surgeon-barber of times past -- the poet-
    proctologist.

    I have not yet had opportunity to read The Complete Works
    of Mr. Saywell. However, reviews suggest that his exploration
    of the prostate is one of the most thrilling epic poems in the
    history of literature.

    One can only hope and pray he shall do a sequel devoted to
    the sanguine vicissitudes of... (whispered) E.D.

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .

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    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    One can only hope and pray he shall do a sequel devoted to
    the sanguine vicissitudes of... (whispered) E.D.

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .
    I do believe just such a collection has already been started by Mr. Saywell, beginning with: Flaccid On Lake Placid -- no doubt in reference to a poor fellow hoping for his own little "Miracle On Ice", as the victory by our U.S. hockey team at that very location in '80 has come to be known.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDW
    I do believe just such a collection has already been started by Mr. Saywell, beginning with: Flaccid On Lake Placid -- no doubt in reference to a poor fellow hoping for his own little "Miracle On Ice", as the victory by our U.S. hockey team at that very location in '80 has come to be known.
    Saywell is undoubtedly the foremost stylist of this growing
    genre, carefully crafting limp prose, emasculated rhyme
    schemes, and magnificently drooping metaphors. One can
    only admire the man, sacrificing the very fundament of his
    craft itself in order to better serve the artistic expression
    of his subject.

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .

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    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    Saywell is undoubtedly the foremost stylist of this growing
    genre, carefully crafting limp prose, emasculated rhyme
    schemes, and magnificently drooping metaphors. One can
    only admire the man, sacrificing the very fundament of his
    craft itself in order to better serve the artistic expression
    of his subject.

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .
    and what delightfully upright irony to characterize this genre as growing...
    now, if you'll excuse me, I believe my frankfurter has come to a boil.

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