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Saturday, June 4, 2005

Au·ric·u·lar Archaeologist

Rating: 4.8
Perked ears
listen for audible words-
like; Archaeological
treasure seekers,
picking through the underside,
to find artifacts
of, ''Picasso Greatness'' ~

These audible diggers
steal off and away
with impressions -
found,
poised in time
and pack them up
so that they may later speculate
upon these fresh new discoveries,
and turn them in
to poetry.
Adryan Barnathan
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COMMENTS
Gregory Gunn 17 January 2006
Dear Adrienne, I echo the comments of Max & Pradeep; nice going again on this one. If I may be so bold to point out, there is a misspelling of the word artifact...I know it's nit-picking but these sort of things I seem to notice easily. Sorry if I am out of line. Gregory x
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Max Reif 23 August 2005
I also feel it's a nice metaphor. I'm not sure why you've put several phrases in quotes. Are those examples of the kind of language the person picks up?
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Pradeep Dhavakumar 04 June 2005
Liked the comparison of picking syllables to Archaeology.Well written.Thank you.
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