Jon Lloyd


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I thought it was about time that I rewrote this. It’s not that I have anything more to say. It’s also not that I have anything less to say. It’s just that I wanted to replace one example of nothingness with another. It can be so satisfying sampling different slices of meaninglessness, don’t you think? more »

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  • Louise Levicky (3/9/2007 4:37:00 AM)

    Thank you, that's kind.

    I do not expect Apollinaire has that effect on heterosexual males, no.

    :) I liked Autumn Sonnet, I like the fact that the form is subverted with the off-beat rhythm. I find personally that the rhythm is the thing and much more powerful than rhyme in all things.... anyway, nice.

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Best Poem of Jon Lloyd

How Much Do I Love You?

'How much do I love you? '
I ask myself again.
All the way to Jupiter,
And half-way back again,
And then around the Milky Way,
Then round just like before.
From Birmingham to Blackpool
And multiply by four.

THAT much (plus a bit!)



©2005 Jon Lloyd

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