Poetics and Poetry Discussion
(4/7/2014 12:14:00 PM)
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Yes, how could I be so stupid. the line " And hookers who hook you on anything but joy; " is extremely original. I have never thought of hookers like someone hooking me, amazing! Thank you for enlightening me, jack@ss. These two personas have completely figured out, Lamont.Replies for this message:
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(4/7/2014 6:35:00 AM)
I don't know why I'm bothering with this because its such a waste of time. Apparently you don't know what a cliche, is Mike. Its a phrase thats been heard over and over again, and is no longer original...like cold as ice, hotter than July, etc. If you are saying that the line you pulled out is strange' or 'awkward', than it cannot also be a cliche, because cliches are FAMILIAR phrases, not strange ones.Therefore, in reality, there are virtually no cliches in the poem to speak of, or even language that could be considered banal. You should stop misusing words. My poems can be called lots of things, but 'cliched' they are not. When you called them 'cold', 'strange', 'private', you were far closer to the truth. i know I'm wasting my breath because you are little more than a shameless troll who has decided to plague the forum, but when you say things that are completely irrational, I have to step in and correct you. -LP
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where'd my reply go?
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