Earlier Poem by Joanne Kyger


Rating: 3.0

Into the party, with engraved invitations, I am bored when
I realize the champagne in the decrepit bowl is going to get
filled up a lot. Well then, on the greens in front of the
Mansion are walking Tom Clark and Ted Berrigan, what chums!
Do you think I could possibly fall in step, as they turn same
to far flung university on horizon, gleaming. You bet your
life not. The trouble, says Ted, with you Joanne, is that
you're not intelligent enough.

Sandra Feldman 16 September 2012

Sorry, but is this poetry? ? ?

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Shaun Cronick 13 March 2020

Pants! Absolute drivel, what rot! ! Someone's taking the mickey and flashing the v's to the reader.

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Kay Staley 16 September 2014

I only hope that the author has enough dignity to understand what it means to them. I wish that I could understand what this was talking about, but the random order and alliance of words dont make a complete description good enough for me to want to search for more meaning. This is not poetry, but a sad form of prose.

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Aftab Alam Khursheed 16 September 2014

A story......with humor.......nice so so

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K.c. Ford 16 September 2014

Eight lines of subjective drivel. Nonsense.

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Liliana ~el 16 September 2013

A real life story! : D

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