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    Thanks for the wiki article, Tailor. I had a look at it before. You are quite right: "usually a photo that has some creative comment on it... usually not too much thought put into them, but sometimes the right combination either makes for hilarity (think Grumpy Cat) or deep thought." But one not always sees the point in the actual memes.

    An intelligent though not so nice meme that turned viral at the time:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQak-F5k5X4

    Meming about plums and baby shoes:

    https://www.vox.com/2017/12/1/167232...ter-baby-shoes

    Enjoyed the viki page and the poems of csp, never heard about the Island of Guam and the Chamorro People. I only am not sure, if his poems are meme poems their meaning goes much further. Could we include him in our old poets list?
    "Say: “Mountains are sacred”

    because we’ll teach our children:

    when you feel threatened,

    hold your palms out, touch

    your thumbs and pointers together

    to form a triangle"

    Some of the shorter poems of csp reminded me of concrete poetry:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concrete_poetry

    A famous German concrete poem by Ernst Jandl:Thanks for the wiki article, Tailor. I had a look at it before. You are quite right: "usually a photo that has some creative comment on it... usually not too much thought put into them, but sometimes the right combination either makes for hilarity (think Grumpy Cat) or deep thought." But one not always sees the point in the actual memes.

    An intelligent though not so nice meme that turned viral at the time:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQak-F5k5X4

    Meming about plums and baby shoes:

    https://www.vox.com/2017/12/1/167232...ter-baby-shoes

    Enjoyed the viki page and the poems of csp, never heard about the Island of Guam and the Chamorro People. I only am not sure, if his poems are meme poems their meaning goes much further. Could we include him in our old poets list?
    "Say: “Mountains are sacred”

    because we’ll teach our children:

    when you feel threatened,

    hold your palms out, touch

    your thumbs and pointers together

    to form a triangle"

    Some of the shorter poems of csp reminded me of concrete poetry:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concrete_poetry

    A famous German concrete poem by Ernst Jandl:Thanks for the wiki article, Tailor. I had a look at it before. You are quite right: "usually a photo that has some creative comment on it... usually not too much thought put into them, but sometimes the right combination either makes for hilarity (think Grumpy Cat) or deep thought." But one not always sees the point in the actual memes.

    An intelligent though not so nice meme that turned viral at the time:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQak-F5k5X4

    Meming about plums and baby shoes:

    https://www.vox.com/2017/12/1/167232...ter-baby-shoes

    Enjoyed the viki page and the poems of csp, never heard about the Island of Guam and the Chamorro People. I only am not sure, if his poems are meme poems their meaning goes much further. Could we include him in our old poets list?
    "Say: “Mountains are sacred”

    because we’ll teach our children:

    when you feel threatened,

    hold your palms out, touch

    your thumbs and pointers together

    to form a triangle"

    Some of the shorter poems of csp reminded me of concrete poetry:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concrete_poetry

    A famous German concrete poem by Ernst Jandl:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernst_Jandl

    "Markierung einer Wende (German)(Marking a turning point). YouŽll possibly guess the one word that needs translation:

    1944 1945
    krieg krieg
    krieg krieg
    krieg krieg
    krieg krieg
    krieg mai
    krieg
    krieg
    krieg
    krieg
    krieg
    krieg
    krieg

    https://www.babelmatrix.org/works/de/Jandl%2C_Ernst-1925/Markierung_einer_Wende"

    Shape poetry: http://www.shadowpoetry.com/resources/wip/shape.html

    http://msregansamericanlit.blogspot.com/2014/12/
    "You can always find something better than death."
    Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, The Bremen Town Musicians

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