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  • Jay Press (12/24/2006 4:58:00 PM)

    i really like your poetry it takes unexspected turns

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  • Maggie Just May (6/5/2006 1:55:00 PM)

    This was such a great idea to embellish and expound upon. Many of us have made fleeting references and allusions to the subject you tackle as your central theme...piety, reality versus perceived reality, etc. However, none of us have worked from such a rich template as you have developed here. I haven't missed many in the series and I would cite 'If I Were God', 'Automobile Insurance', 'Bad Miracles...as a few of the best to date. Great biography page. There is something deliciously existential (Camus' notion of existentialism) about the pasquinades on offer here. Mistakenly, a lot of folks view these pieces as an attack on Christianity or God, losing sight of the fact that they function as attacks on peoples' interpretations of Christianity/ God as much as anything else. None of my comments are a shallow attempt to be nice to you because as you know, I have long considered you a weasel. As this series took flight (or 'ascended into the heavens') ,
    I was envious that I didn't think of your idea first. Now, I keep thinking of lots of things I could do a series on like this but feel that you have left an indelible Poemhunter paw-print that I could not replicate. When your work on this theme is complete, I hope you will make an ebook available for download. Great fun, PoHo.

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  • Anna Russell (6/1/2006 5:01:00 PM)

    I'm running out of ways to tell you that you rock - please write something crap so I can change the bloody record!
    Hugs
    Anna xxx

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  • Adryan Barnathan (1/27/2006 2:44:00 PM)

    You are so cool....A voice in the wilderness of the reality of rapture...! ! ! !

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  • ***** ***** (12/16/2005 6:31:00 PM)

    Love the biography... all of which is, of course, true. Nikhil Parekh can barely aspire to polishing your wordly shoes, oh Lord of all things indefatigable.

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  • Dave De Haas (10/11/2005 8:58:00 PM)

    hey there.
    i know i sem to be a really big pain but i enjoy argueing with you.
    i was wondering if you could take a look at some of my poems because i would like to see your insight's of some of them.

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  • Rajaram Ramachandran Rajaram Ramachandran (10/8/2005 7:50:00 PM)

    Dear Poetry Hound, Thanks for your comments on my poem 'A bud crushed under the foot.' It is a surprise, you came alive after 1996 just to write a line on this true story. Are you a dead 76 (1996-1920) or alive 51, which one is correct? Please reveal your true identity, as the Poemhunter welcomes you in the open to this forum. Rajaram Ramachandran, Juhu, Mumbai, India.

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  • Rev. Dr. A. Jacob Hassler (9/27/2005 4:07:00 PM)

    while Professor Poetry Hound has not submitted a single poem to this website, his comments are a continuous source of inspiration and entertainment!

    Jake

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Best Poem of Professor Poetry Hound

Gangster Movies In Heaven

Someone told me that when we go to heaven,
it will be full of Hollywood gangster movies and
we’ll have to select which one we want to live
in forever. I assume you’ll choose The
Godfather. That’s the obvious choice, but I
think I would have to pick Key Largo. I would
never get tired of hearing Edward G. Robinson
say, “Thousands of guys got guns, but there’s
only one Johnny Rocko! ” And I would play
Humphrey Bogart and I would get to say,
“I used to have hopes, but I gave them up.”
And Robinson would ask, “What kind of hopes? ”
And then I’d get to...

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When We Go To Heaven

When we go, do we all have to play harps? If we do,
I'm assuming we'll instantly know how to play them,
right? It's not like we'll have to take lessons or anything,
right? (cause you know what drudgery that can be - all
those scales. Ugh!)

Reason I'm asking is that, well, do you think I might
ask (politely) if I could forego the harp and instead have
a Hammond B3 organ along with the instant ability to

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