Sailing to windward


(0) Gone Green - Poem by Sailing to windward

Ages ago,
he converted
to envy

An endlessly renewable fuel
for internal combustion


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  • Adeline Foster (7/7/2009 3:26:00 PM)


    I love it! I love it! And, yes, clever.
    Adeline
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  • Paul Buttigieg (12/4/2007 3:39:00 AM)


    Extremely clever.........love it (Report) Reply

  • (11/28/2007 1:52:00 PM)


    Loved it! ! and justed added to FAV list! (Report) Reply

  • Donall Dempsey (11/20/2007 4:46:00 AM)


    Obviously so good...I said it twice! (Report) Reply

  • Donall Dempsey (11/20/2007 4:45:00 AM)


    It's such a foolish fossil fuel...maybe we'll run out of it in the end. Real solid gone poem...clever and knowing and aware that it punches an even bigger hole in our emotional ozone layer. Cool and great writing...both charming and alarming at the one and same time as well as being simultaneously amusing and witty enough to cut to the bone. So funny it made me laugh with...envy!

    love Donall Donall
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  • Donall Dempsey (11/20/2007 4:45:00 AM)


    It's such a foolish fossil fuel...maybe we'll run out of it in the end. Real solid gone poem...clever and knowing and aware that it punches an even bigger hole in our emotional ozone layer. Cool and great writing...both charming and alarming at the one and same time as well as being simultaneously amusing and witty enough to cut to the bone. So funny it made me laugh with...envy!

    love Donall Donall
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 18, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, September 9, 2011


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