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  • 109.
    Sesquipedalian (With Apologies To Ogden Nash)

    My poems are somewhat, in fact quite a lot, not to put too fine a point on it, just a bit or, notwithstanding everything else I will say, a great deal sesquipedalian;

    They are packed full, to wit, of long-winded words that don’t fit and ululating complicated and multi-syllabic, incomprehensible terms that feel almost alien.

    I’m not sure if, for cash, that flash, brash Ogden Nash hasn’t had the notion of creating this version; if not, then he should have done

    Or whether, if other bards in that scene had thought really hard of a means of fitting “sesquipedalian” in, they would have done.

    But these trite tongue-twisters titillate the tonsils and test the talker

    And I like lines that don’t quite rhyme, even though they ought to.

    My odes ramble on as I try to make simile and metaphor fit.

    I think it’s fine fun and that they just sound better for it.

    But some of that ilk try to milk your emotions

    With a totally misplaced unfounded notion

    You should cram every short sentence;

    Mine just go on and lengthen.

    It’s not my fault that I chose

    To be quite over-verbose.

    Don’t have it in for me:

    I’m seeking sympathy.

    I’d love to be laconic,

    But it’s just chronic.

    Eschewing levity.

    Going for brevity.

    I really do lust

    To be brusque.

    I ought to

    Be shorter

    I’m sure I

    Could try

    Terse

    Verse:

    True,

    Too.

    By?

    I?

    But my poems are somewhat, in fact quite a lot, not to put too fine a point on it, just a bit
    or, notwithstanding everything else I have said, a great deal (but I’m sure you won’t mind as I’ve reached the next line, which is where I should stop and let the matter drop) outstandingly boringly, snoringly sesquipedalian. read more »

  • 110.
    Closet Drama

    In a back bedroom upstairs stands an antique armoire-
    a four by eight foot clothespress of Spanish dark maple-
    ornate cornice and frieze overhanging double doors,
    brass hinges and doorknobs gone verdigris, read more »

  • 111.
    Doctor Doctor Hear Me Out

    Doctor, Doctor, hear me out
    I fear I've got poetic gout
    I'm in the need of diagnosis
    Inform me of my rhyme prognosis read more »

  • 112.
    What is METAPHOR, anyway?

    Quiet down, class
    Mick wants to lecture you
    about one of his pet subjects read more »

  • 113.
    I Am My Poems

    If you want to know me
    Read my poems
    If you want to understand me
    Painstakingly meditate on my sonnets read more »

  • 114.
    I Am Bent Upon

    I have cherished a desire for long,
    I have cherished a desire for long,
    To gift you the gift, the precious one,
    More precious than rubies and sapphires read more »

  • 115.
    A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 2.5 (c) 11-09-09

    Hearin niggas say that nigga Xeniyah got a nasty flow yo
    Phrases, metaphors, and similes bigger than Abiyoyo
    6’2 but still nobody can see me so tell me is it
    I’m invisible to you people without Shelby vision read more »

  • 116.
    daddy likes to touch me

    Juxtapose like tears and fears
    make promises that you tend to break.
    Scream from the top of your lungs,
    shoot yourself in the head. read more »

  • 117.
    Squirrel Simile

    The squirrel scurried gracefully
    through the forest as a bow upon a violin. read more »

  • 118.
    The Flight of Birds

    birds don’t sing in their flight

    for them flying is a muse
    they compose mid-air
    weave agnostic verse read more »

  • 119.
    MOON POETESS.

    hands flicker, the smokes hurries
    And insignia like ice blows in appearance
    So seated and commanding twisting joints.
    Powers, so she use and sleep. read more »

  • 120.
    Her Morning Beauty

    Up the sun goes
    His rays beg for acceptance
    Her breath welcomes you
    Her eyes the sun reaches not the toes read more »

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