Poetics and Poetry Discussion
(8/23/2005 6:25:00 AM)
Well I am so sorry that you did not like my Mississippi poem.
I notice that you re-introduced yourself to the forum after your trip by calling us 'friends'.
I would have thought that you could resist the juvenile urges of ad hominem attacks on others here. We have had our fair share of those and it accomplished nothing worthwhile.
I also noticed that you did get your 'little ass spanked by Collette' (I am quoting a poet from the desert here) and I wanted to point out that repeats are likely. So, perhaps you could simmer down, get your dopamine and other hormones under control and contribute to the site.
Just my thoughts as a well known peacemaker.
(8/22/2005 10:20:00 PM)
Well I took the liberty of re-creating the adventures of a couple Northerners on the Mississippi. Hope I got the story factual enough.
(8/22/2005 12:44:00 PM)
Ahoy, mate, from a veteran who has sailed the length and breadth of the Mississippi, New Orleans to St. Paul! And a lovely journey it was, too!
(I worked as a deck hand on towboats for a couple months, quite a few years back) .
(8/22/2005 11:18:00 AM)
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certain excitement we probably can do without.
(8/22/2005 10:49:00 AM)
Happy New Year, Matt, and is there a difference between writing a 'book' and a 'new book'? (joke) Now you're back in mellow presence, could you do what Poetry Snob has yet to commit to, and name the poets you think most likely to launch 21st century poetry? Be as outspoken as you like hurhur.