Subject: Re: 'nother dumb poem by me
Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 11:28:05 -0400
From: bbombere <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Organization: Lou Minotti & the Clamsauce Enema Band
> my only recourse lies
> below your sea of
> antidepressent calm.
> push,, can't you see what
> you have done to them?
> no, of course not.
> whistling until you
> can't be there any more.
> why does it feel so?
> emily dickinson needed
> to get laid. robert frost
> needed to drink more.
> and yet, maybe, almost, i
> think i can just barely
> make out the beginnings of
> a WONDROUS and spectacular
> halftime show, with sitcom
> plugs and nifty new jingles.
> they KNOW you wish to be
> back in the womb. that's why
> they make it so grim out here.
> emily REALLY needed to get
> laid. i REALLY REALLY need to
> drink less of Robert Frost.
> i saw the same two roads,
> i made the same dumb choice.
> why aren't i famous? huh?!
> insult to injury, but i
> Really DO look stupid with
> a black eye.
> remove .NOSPAM blah blah blah
> "Day in, Day out." Joy Division
> Non solum anima sed etiam deo careo. -rkb
> "there is no black and white" - Rev. Modemac
> Front 242 quote is down for post-schedule maintence.
A friend of mine got to apprentice
with James Dickie when he was Poet
in Residence at the Library of Congress.
James Dickie wrote "Deliverance" the movie,
and also a poem about a filght attendant
that fell out of jet at 35,000 ft. (true storey}
They found her nude in the middle of a cornfield,
so, Dickie wrote this poem about how she knew
she would die, and took her clothes on the way down.
I disremember what he called it...
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