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fuck elia and elie wiesel
and fuck normal mailer as well
fuck jack henry abbott
updike & his rabbitt
& everyone published by dell

fuck cruz-smith, conrad, crichton and connelly
oh dale peck & chuck pahniuk (the wannabes)
fuck copote and creeley
mcgrath, garth and greeley
bukowski, burns, barth and both barthelmes

fuck all of the waughs and the wrights
and the burroughs (william s., edgar rice)
fuck that lesbo bronte family
(ann, charlotte and emily)
and fuck all those ephron gals twice

fuck that aussie chick dorothy hewitt
sara teasdale and sarah orne jewitt
turn up the gas
and fuck sylvia plath
(or did old teddy hughes beat me to it?)

fuck o'neill and neil simon dramatically
fuck hunter s. thompson erratically
j.k. rowley euro-magically
joyce kilmer botanically
and fuck buckley polysyllabically

fuck lawrence and robert e. lee
let's face it, fuck francis scott key
EB white, EM forster
go ahead fuck paul auster
and if i ever get published, fuck me


------
J


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The following comments are for "lit 101"
by mercer102

mercer102
Hah, this made me chuckle. Clever. Nice work. ;)

( Posted by: verve [Member] On: October 17, 2004 )

lit 101
I think this is the best, most clever thing I've read in a long time. It's GREAT! How did you do this? This has such an amazing flow. ROCKIN'GOOD!!!

( Posted by: arc [Member] On: October 17, 2004 )

lit 101
This is the best piece I've read, lurking here these long months.

Mercer, hats off to you.

( Posted by: silverbs [Member] On: October 17, 2004 )

Mercer
Hah! You thought you wouldn't get f*****, but you did! ;) Nice 'loosening up' read.

( Posted by: PETERPAULINO [Member] On: October 18, 2004 )

Funny
Very funny, with a tight structure and perfect flow. My only gripe is that many of the names are wrong, some dramatically misspelled. Come on, man! Bring the spelling up to the quality of every other apsect of this poem! It's too damned good for that.

( Posted by: Viper9 [Member] On: November 15, 2004 )

lit 102
sorry, all. the original was a bit better. wrote it 15 years ago & tried to recreate it here one night when i was drunk. feel free to fix "normal" mailer, and all the rest of my typoalcoholic errors. add your own verses! bypass claire! (sorry, i luv claire.) anyway, thanks again, my little mcsweeneies. all the best, j

( Posted by: mercer102 [Member] On: November 16, 2004 )

yo say whah?
viper, my friend, i believe you when you say that i have misspelled (dramatically?). who, or whom, or who?

( Posted by: mercer102 [Member] On: November 16, 2004 )

damn the strong language
I wish this didn't have a strong language warning. I would have read it otherwise - and appreciated the rapier wit and fun spelling and the altogether clever poem this is. And I would have laughed out loud and thoroughly enjoyed this. Never mind.

( Posted by: Huni [Member] On: July 11, 2005 )

strong language, yep!
disclaimer too...not really sure if i like or not, oh well...deep subject again...some of your f 'ers are...far as i can go with this one...too tired to dissect...

justrobin

( Posted by: Robinbird [Member] On: July 11, 2005 )

Tony Montana does poetry reading
mercer102- Discovered site Dec.2004, so am glad have been paper-trailed back to this, by way of your latest.

Ezra escaped...Interesting comment thread..

Entertaining read,
Bobby7L

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: August 31, 2006 )





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