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Mans Ways Of Saying Love Is 8===d() - Poem by ziggy bluntz

i think love is
love is having never to wonder weather the person next to you will be with you forever
so keep thing fun and keep em clever
love is having the same thought or idea equaly valued
so dont divorce or youll get sued
love is waking up next to you special someone in the morning
and getting naked without warning
love is sharing a drink at any given time
this ensures a rapid climp
love is forver and deep
Beat up your ex girlfriends boy friend that little creep
love feels alot like warm sunshine
when shes taking off them calvin kleins
love makes you happy
even tho the chick flick was really crappy
love gives you a natural high
when you get your hands up in that thigh
love lets you apreciate everything for what its really worth
just make sure she doesnt give birth
love makes you real ecstatic
we guys just hate it when the misses get dramatic
love feels alot like happyness and fullfillment all in one
especially with a chick that weighs a ton (jk)
love makes a person stronger
always better to make the sex last longer
but........
love can kill
it can work you like a drill
love can depress
so lets go see how many chicks we could undress
love can hurt
eat some food to fill your gurt
love can hate
especially when your walking by your ex with your new date
love is pain
Try to get over it look for 'mary jane'
love is loss
but remember your tha boss
love is often a mistake and your heart it will break
nothing that cant be solved with a fat ass rib-eye steak


Comments about Mans Ways Of Saying Love Is 8===d() by ziggy bluntz

  • (7/23/2006 5:52:00 AM)


    Well Francesca Johnson, it's understandable that Ziggy Bluntz's brilliant use of vernacular language and taudry clichés is off-putting, but you're missing the work's purpose in using an intentional pastiche of hopelessly ignorant drivel and crass suburban lingo. As previously seen in 'I hope that dreams come when i die', Bluntz does not 'confuse' things such as sex and love, he fuses them into a neurotic, hopeless, postmodern, obfuscated redefinition of traditionally powerful and often taboo subjects. 'Confusion' is only an illusion, if not also a recurring allusion, in Bluntz poetry, as shown in line 2 of 'Mans ways of saying love is 8===D() ':

    '...Love is having never to wonder weather the person next to you will be with you forever...'

    Though Bluntz appears to be absolutely sure of this statement, on the contrary, his lack of clarity runs so hopelessly deep that the indecisive nature of the word 'whether' is mispelled as 'weather' - a double-meaning illustrating the uncertainty and randomness of his assertion. 'Weather', an unpredictable and powerful force, could be 'whether', or it could be 'love' or 'sureness' or 'functionally illiterate'.

    Although I could write a Master's dissertation on just about every line of a Ziggy Bluntz poem, I'll leave that one as an example and allow you to rethink your assumptions and decide 'weather' they were too hasty or not.
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  • (7/20/2006 7:59:00 PM)


    I think you're getting love mixed up with sex. Love involves sex (but I call it 'making love') . Sex does not always mean love. And if a rib-eye steak can compensate for a 'broken heart', well, you DEFINITELY don't know what love is! ! ! I didn't like this poem much at all.

    Fran x
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 20, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 18, 2010


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