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    A true poem! The title could be "Paranoia". Hope...

    A true poem! The title could be "Paranoia". Hope people will enjoy! Have a nice poetry meeting!

    Enjoyed the mash up on Manoel de Barros' poem, this master of nonsensical poetry! A bit more of his...
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    laws.

    laws.
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    Isabella Augusta...

    Isabella Augusta https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lady_Gregory. Because of text and theme I thought she was from much earlier times, maybe the late Middle Ages, so I looked her up. An interesting Lady!...
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    Witty! Pangs of "p" Pierrots, painters,...

    Witty!

    Pangs of "p"

    Pierrots, painters, poets

    provide princely priorities!

    Precise passions persist,
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    A true poem! The title could be "Paranoia". Hope...

    A true poem! The title could be "Paranoia". Hope people will enjoy! Have a nice poetry meeting!

    Enjoyed the mash up on Manoel de Barros' poem, this master of nonsensical poetry! :) A bit more of...
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    Enjoyed! Badly evoking Manoel de Barros But...

    Enjoyed!
    Badly evoking Manoel de Barros

    But what about
    The language of the pebbles,
    the yearnings of the rainclouds
    the choir of the abandoned cigarette butts?
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    delightful! Loku Horrific haunting hoods...

    delightful!

    Loku

    Horrific haunting hoods
    hide humbugging heads.
    Hares hoot heartily!
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    re: Max and Maurice. Poor, poor Tailor ( with...

    re: Max and Maurice. Poor, poor Tailor ( with capital "T", for a better resistance) To complete your impressions on German educational books for children here is the English version of...
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    Peppermint

    Peppermint
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    Impressive snake necklaces! Wilhelm Busch!...

    Impressive snake necklaces!

    Wilhelm Busch! Besides poet one of the best German cartoonists ever. Here is his most famous poem. Itīs rather long. If you donīt have the time to read all of it, take...
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    Happy Birthday, Manichaean! As LitNet is a bit...

    Happy Birthday, Manichaean!
    As LitNet is a bit wanting in numbers these days, I summoned them to celebrate you:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TZ1wTt_5UM
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    re: Monadnoc -lol! Enjoyed "Fields beneath a...

    re: Monadnoc -lol!

    Enjoyed "Fields beneath a quilt of snow". Delicate images.

    "Green Snake, when I hung you round my neck". To the Snake (1958) by Denise Levertov...
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    Precious! Portentous Paws Portentous paws...

    Precious!

    Portentous Paws


    Portentous paws pace powerfully,

    preserving parallel pleasures

    possible protocols preventing progressing pain
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    re: True! Didnīt understand the last verse. No cute poems starting with "c" available :(.

    "Monadnoc From Afar" A somewhat somber poem. Learned what a monadnock is.

    "Early morning over Rouen,...
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    Blackbird

    Blackbird
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    :) Truly nonsensical! ( and how difficult its is...

    :) Truly nonsensical! ( and how difficult its is to write nonsensical poetry!

    John Lawn

    John Lawn
    used to live
    upside down.

    He always
    flew away
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    solarium

    solarium
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    :) "by little accurate saints thickly which...

    :) "by little accurate saints thickly which tread" - e.e. cummings. A very modern poet. Reminds me a bit of Carlos Drummond the Andrade.

    "Cat! who has pass’d thy grand climacteric," To a cat by...
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    Much enjoyed the alliterative resonance. Thanks...

    Much enjoyed the alliterative resonance.
    Thanks a lot! Yes, there will be a second round. The situation is not unsimilar to US in the most recent presidential elections.

    Owls

    Original owls...
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    Dexterous! Elections elicit electronic...

    Dexterous!
    Elections elicit electronic exertions,
    exempting elusive extremes,
    endorsing extra echanges.
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    dust.

    dust.
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    planets

    planets
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    ethereal

    ethereal
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    Lol! What did you do to the website? This time...

    Lol! What did you do to the website? This time the poem appeared(no VPN), on the side of the usual map. Reminded me of the Florida hurricane but in much smaller version. Thanks!

    "After great pain,...
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    re: Lol! re2: (blush!) The Camel and Eye of...

    re: Lol!

    re2: (blush!) The Camel and Eye of the Needle- The story came spontaneously, but I must have read something similar somewhere. Iīve reached the age when one often doesnīt remember any...
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