Percy Dovetonsils

Freshman - 539 Points (12 Aug,1948 / Tokyo, Japan)

Percy Dovetonsils Poems

1. The Palazzo, Grove Adjacent 11/12/2008
2. Wall Street Meets The Poet's Corner 2/19/2009
3. My Last Douchebag 3/4/2009
4. Reduction 4/17/2009
5. It's Tough 4/17/2009
6. So Simple 4/17/2009
7. As I Grow Stupider 4/17/2009
8. The Open Fist 4/23/2009
9. The Whited Sepulchre 4/23/2009
10. Regarding The Recent Ethics Charges Against Governor Sarah Pailin 5/3/2009
11. The Race To Catch The Last Fish 5/5/2009
12. Killing Time 5/9/2009
13. In The Place Of Forgetting 5/9/2009
14. Ah Martha 5/15/2009
15. Late 4/22/2005
16. No Line....But This 4/22/2005
17. Art Needs An Operation 12/28/2006
18. Blue 12/28/2006
19. Obama Poem (In My Waking Dream) 11/10/2008
20. Communion 8/2/2009
21. My Single Prayer Plan 8/3/2009
22. Exiles: 1962 8/5/2009
23. When The Medievals 8/6/2009
24. Casting 8/11/2009
25. Traffic 8/11/2009
26. A Brilliant Friend 8/11/2009
27. A Closer Look 8/19/2009
28. Remembering North America 8/19/2009
29. Mom's Exit 8/19/2009
30. The Second Bomb 8/23/2009
31. Losers' Parlay 8/25/2009
32. Rusting Railroad Bridges 8/29/2009
33. In The E-Ring, December,1967 8/31/2009
34. Austin, Texas,1995-2000 9/3/2009
35. Ice 9/10/2009
36. The Pirate Of Montana 9/17/2009
37. Weary 9/19/2009
38. Once More Into The Bronx Dear Friends 11/5/2009
39. Dreams, Related 12/26/2009
40. Familiar 1/15/2010

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The Literacy Holocaust

First they came for the
independent bookstores,
then for the newspapers
and magazines.
Then the super bookstores
were devoured by Amazon.com,
which, in turn, stopped selling
all books but talking books,
and people who listened
to them
thought they were literate.
The last of the newsstands,
stocked solely with infoporn,
disappeared
on Papernacht,
the same nacht
they rounded up
everyone in glasses.

It no longer mattered
if you COULD read.
If you looked like you could read
or even think
you were remaindered
-sent up ...

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What I Have

I have a rendezvous with destiny.
She is the goddess who entices me.
I see her beckoning with open arms.
She promises I will not come to harm.

She guides me where I fear I’d lose my way.
She shows me how to progress through the day.
She’s not the one who loses touch with me.
She’s only hidden when I will not see.

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