Alessandra Liverani

Rookie - 13 Points (Wollongong, Australia)

Comments about Alessandra Liverani

  • Jerry Hughes (7/15/2009 9:33:00 PM)

    Seems you have fetish about smoking and smokers but remember this, 'smoking is a dying habit'. Cheers, Jerry

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  • Emancipation Planz (1/21/2008 12:46:00 AM)

    This baby burns! ! ! ! Truly dedicated to a mission full of huff and puffery! ... Top marks for a campaign to Kick some butts! ! ! Being here is a one-stop-shop for this ex-smoker to breath and exhale some healthy deliberations! !

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  • Mary Nagy (2/6/2006 9:01:00 PM)

    I think it's amazing that you weren't even addicted to smoking yourself! To think you have written these poems simply to help others..........that is really wonderful and not too many people are so thoughtful. Honestly, that is so nice! sincerely, Mary

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  • Herbert Nehrlich1 (2/1/2005 7:37:00 AM)

    Well, did you stop smoking?
    When did you start writing?
    H

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Best Poem of Alessandra Liverani

- Changing The Daily Backup Tapes: : Humour

Flash your pass at the sensor and it responds
With a blue light and two beeps, one short, one long
Drag open the door and step into a cold chamber
This is the world of the backup ranger

Humming and buzzing, droning and rumbling
These machines work amidst much grumbling
The normal procedure is to walk to the back
Pull out the first little tape, it’s called a DAT

Then put it away in its hard plastic case
And eject the next from its overnight place
By pressing a button for it to unload
It also must leave its transient abode

Then comes the time for ...

Read the full of - Changing The Daily Backup Tapes: : Humour

Which Voice?

In English, we have a choice
Between the active and passive voice
'I am in control' is on the go
'I am not being controlled' is rather slow

A person who is not addicted
Would see themselves clearly depicted
As not being controlled, the passive voice
That’s how they’d see it, if they had the choice

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