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some here rainpour woes
frailties
libidos exposed

a few pray to preach
from lit-box
soliloquy prosed

pedestrian jaunts
not strolls of
imagination

three or two must shock
using pen
for titillation

voices which protest
peace by piece
find this place not swiss

these folks of passion
can receive
hurrahs to a hiss

filtering front page
scrolling for
fine gem to adore

an original
creative
fresh..not read before

its posted reason
mystery
author writes for real

to be discovered
unlikely
short of self-booked deal

so many posters
spattered art
that's just way it is

from old and young of
death and love
heart on paper lives

there is one atop
lit mountain
all give thanks to crowe

for without this gift
newfound friends
we might never know



10.11-12.05
a senryupsyched subversive enlightenment production



------
below the subliminal
deep within manipulation
that's where tr^th resides

2 Dec 2011






























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The following comments are for "thirteen (fourteen times)"
by Bobby7L

Ironic...
... that logging on today, this was the first piece I chanced to read. *Grin*. (And *chuckle* too, for what if we're all making these same judgements about entirely different bodies of work? I love that idea. Wonder what this site's authorship/approval Venn diagram would look like - the imploding solar system from hell?)

Me, I tend to see Lit more as a rambling, incestuous drinks party with too much lukewarm wine and too few peanuts. Now: back to filtering that ever-evolving front page... is it too early to open the tequila, d'you think?

( Posted by: MobiusSoul [Member] On: October 16, 2005 )

Bobby's 182

That about sums it up, Bobby.

I was so into thinking of which authors belonged with which stanzas (some overlap), that I only caught the rhymes the second time through.

Enjoyed.

~ John

( Posted by: Flonigus [Member] On: October 16, 2005 )

Caitlin/John..Litology 182
Caitlin- Indeed. It's 5 somewhere. I'll have a Silver Patron. Salute.

John- Yes, dropped a few subliminals, as well. Much thanks.


RW

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: October 16, 2005 )

Bobby's 13 14 times
Bobby, reporter at large, you have a knack for observation. I like the line about posters and spattered art. I always enjoy your word-play, but that particular duality was nice. Also drawn to the paper line. It's a bit of a theme for me lately!

A diligent piece with integrity, my friend.

LkN.o1.ai/h

( Posted by: GibsonGirl [Member] On: October 17, 2005 )

Lans/14x5/3/5
Thanks. Senryupsyched seemed way to go.

"spattered art" took bit of thought.

Was fun to write.

B7L.1.P3.EC.HL


( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: October 17, 2005 )

chapter1/On Senryupsyching Lit
C1- Thanks for reading.

RW

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: October 17, 2005 )

mea culpa


Out of site observations

&;-{3

s

( Posted by: drsoos [Member] On: October 20, 2005 )

drsoos / Lit 182
You've got great 7, just need two 5's...

Thanks,
RW

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: October 20, 2005 )

Nice work...
...Bobby.

( Posted by: G.S.VASUKUMAR [Member] On: October 23, 2005 )

GSVasu/ on Lit
Thank you.




B7L

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: October 23, 2005 )

Lucie/ Lit, senryupsyched
Lucie,
Indeed, we LITians are an eclectic array, not unlike actual extended families in current era.

Many on shared little planet refer to this time as: "age of Kali,"- of quarrel and hypocrisy.

I've pondered leaving Lit several times. Arrived during tumultuous period..Have observed a few disheartening things. One, early on, even inspired a poem: "Wife Of The Doe-eyed Hunter."

"tercets."..I like that.

Your taking time here is greatly appreciated,
Robert William, aka: Bobby7L

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: November 21, 2005 )

Vox Shirring
I once had a dream in which Lit.org was a compound which could only be entered by tiptoeing through a mosque and then a Jewish temple. I remember I was angry because I lost my shoes in the mosque and had to wear someone else's tacky gold lame slippers. I'm not sure what Freud would make of it, or even if I understand the dream, at all, myself, but somehow it seems entirely fitting -- this pell-mell mellee built of voices is a tumultous ocean in which I am always finding myself, albeit momentarily, drifting in someone else's shoes.

I like Mobius' analogy and I like your poetic one, very much, Bobby -- your title is fantastic, by the way.

( Posted by: hazelfaern [Member] On: November 22, 2005 )

Psycholinguistic Stichings 182
Jennifer- Great dream..As former student of Psychology, am always aware of sleep stories.

Kind of took "senryupsyched," as chosen stlye/form, since arriving at Lit last December.
Have always been of less is more school. Soosifications and Kaceeisms read shortly after arrival, inspired me. Telling story in few words. Minimizing verbiage. Maximizing impact.

Glad you found title pleasing. Subliminals are of interest to me, as well as paralleled stories and levels.

Your taking time to comment here is greatly appreciated, as I find you one of respected VOICES at Lit.

Ciao,
B7L

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: November 22, 2005 )

Bobby and the Lit gang
Bobby, I too first started by matching out who belonged where. Then I kept rereading and then after reading comments I found it rhymes too! I had to stop thinking for a moment and go back and read it aloud and I found your rhythm, ahem... Great write, so happy I stumbled on to it.

Nae ;0) (Personally I think we are addicts and have to keep coming back for more.)

( Posted by: nae411 [Member] On: November 23, 2005 )

Nae's Here!
Renae- Fashionably late arrival, per usual. Glad you could stop. Cheers!

Have A Happy Tofurky!
Bobby

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: November 23, 2005 )

Lucie, Lilia...Lit community
Lucie- Much thanks.

Lilia- Again, have no problem with your art. Never have. ...In above piece, my Lit tribute of sorts, you like many writers here, as part of combination of personas I suppose, make cameo..Just to set record straight. I truly wish you no ill. As said at comments elsewhere, keep plugs sparkin' and shiney side(s) up, whichever vehicle(s) utilized..Thought you'd get chuckle out of "Ricky on Ricky", recalling humor as being favored over serious by you...Appears I was wrong..Am sorry I reacted way I did at comments.


Lit- Am sorry for littering site with non-writing related words. I allowed myself to react to insults. I should not have allowed that to happen.

I feel lucky to have this place to visit. Thankful.

Respectfully,
Robert William



( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: September 6, 2006 )

Tribute to Lit.org (Revisited)
five+ years later..

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: January 29, 2011 )

Sage and Rhyme stuffingg
Bobby,

This is the reason we all keep coming back! Like a tasty stew that is flavoured by the individual ingredients to perfect the flavour that imptoves with age. You can avoid the bits you don't suit your taste but appreciate that they are essential to the overal flavour.

My old school motto (Rutherford Grammar School) was, "Honni soit qui mal y pense." and I think this helps me to understand the ones who do not return......

"from old and young of
death and love
heart on paper lives"

...and the places inbetween

and I had forgotten that you could add the flavour of 'rhyme' to your cooking

Ivor


"Honni soit qui mal y pense"

( Posted by: ivordavies [Member] On: January 29, 2011 )

Ivor's recipe
"Shame on him who thinks ill of (L)it.".."shame be to him thinking evil.."

Thank you kindly

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: January 29, 2011 )

13/14
fresh, not read before

great read bobby!

( Posted by: cmsmuse [Member] On: January 30, 2011 )

"to crowe"
Tina,
It would appear I've been saying/thinking that for sometime. ..like a broken record.

The thread is interesting, as it shows how things change, while remaining the same (as this is from five-plus years ago).

We can fall apart without going to pieces.

Thanks

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: January 30, 2011 )

Tina Louise
Extravagant # noted, better late than never..

Your VOICE is missed.

Peace and Love Forever

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: January 31, 2011 )

Tina Louise
hopefully tinalouise will be back posting here- she has tried to re-registrar but so far she can't get on- I e-mailed Chris and hopefully he can undo the glitch.

warmest
TRC- formally known as Bob

( Posted by: TheRedCockRoach [Member] On: January 31, 2011 )

Pearls of Wisdom
Ah, contraire- there be no such thing as a "non-writing word..."

Everything we say, everything we write, everything we believe and hate or hold dear, is "writing-related."

Every bit of wisdom and nonsense on lit.org is writing related. Maybe not to you, but to someone all of these words are pearls of wisdom, and pertain to writing and poetry.

Embrace them with an open mind, and remember, someone once said "There is nothing new in the world, nothing."

It is true.

( Posted by: veebdosa [Member] On: January 31, 2011 )

Context, Ron
Bob,
Roger that.
I look forward to once again hearing her VOICE at Lit.

Ron,
Were you here in 2005-06?. Look at line one of guidelines, above where you comment:
"All comments must be about the writng. Non-related comments will be deleted." This is the context my saying, "non-writing related." Context, Ron..It has its place.



( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: January 31, 2011 )

Ron/ To clarify..
Ron,
If poster A personally insults poster B, then poster B personally insults poster A, that would be, according to Lit.org's comment guidelines, 'non-writing related.' I hope that makes the context clear.

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: January 31, 2011 )

Timely - glad I'm here
My apologies for reading so 'late in life'.
I'm glad you brought it to the fore for a fresh read. A wonderful offering. Some of us would do well to peruse at length, the wondrous archives that Lit has to offer. I am blessed to be here; I am blessed to have so many, so close.

I remain close.

( Posted by: pablowilliams [Member] On: January 31, 2011 )

Litology today
Abel,
You are one of a new Lit-generation. Fresh air helps Lit breathe..and hopefully grow even stronger than ever before.

Thanks..Though penned/posted years ago, it appears to remain Lit-relevant.

Keep putting pen to paper.

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: January 31, 2011 )

Re: Tina Louise
One of the best voices on Lit was silenced prematurely on Lit by departed trouble makers who is gone from memory.

Tina is a wonderful, generous talented soul and I'm delighted to call her a dear friend. I look forward to her return...you wil ALL love her...I guarantee!

Bea

( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: January 31, 2011 )

Lucie, Jennifer, Renae..
Lans & Jenifer (GibsonGirl & vodka)..and drsoos.

Remember the Lit Disco party? strangedaze, williamhill, viper9..The list goes on..

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: January 31, 2011 )

Celebration Time!
Speaking of parties...I hope once the old members who remember the great ones we had in the past, will again participate.

I usually try to bring it back every spring, but no one was intereste the last time I tried...they have no idea of all the fun they missed.

let's have a great welcome home celebration when everyone returns...hopefully, even Shannon may join us...he was always the last to go home!! lol

Stay tuned!
Bea

( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

Celetration Time!
Speaking of parties...I hope once the old members who remember the great ones we had in the past, will again participate.

I usually try to bring it back every spring, but no one was intereste the last time I tried...they have no idea of all the fun they missed.

Let's have a great welcome home celebration when everyone returns...hopefully, even Shannon may join us...he was always the last to go home!! lol

Stay tuned!
Bea

( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

oops...sorry Guys!
Sorry for idn't think the first one went through...don't know how to delete this one!

Bea

( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

Past Lit-members
Great read Bobby and thank you for such gathering
I really miss many old members of lit.org .I'm not writing these days as before so I seldom log on to lit.org , but it's always cherished and remembered


All the Best
Hiba

( Posted by: fairgrace [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

Hiba and Bea
Hiba,
I hope this finds you smiling..
Thank you


Bea,
Our contrasting styles aside, we appear to have noted similar themes, wouldn't you say?

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

3 blind mice
At this point, I wonder how many Usernames Lit.org lets you have?

( Posted by: veebdosa [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

Ron: One
Ron,
You missed the upheaval several years ago, caused by a represented persona, when she employed no less than six usernames..using one to attack, one for misdirection, another to disinform, yet another to act nice, a couple to skew ratings..You get the picture.

So, what's your point here? What's your problem?

..and more importantly, Lit-wise, what did you think of my tribute?

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

Hmmmmmmmm
Oh, how do they know that there was not 6 people in the family, in the same house, each with their own mind? Sounds a little unAmerican to me.

I think writing poetry about a poetry website is a total waste and probably written by a glory seeker. Quite honestly, I have not even read it or any other that looks something like that. It is pointless.

Write something useful. Make it old and familiar, this is what people love, then generally reject the new and unfamiliar. Ask any commercial advitiser, people love cliche, they love the familiar. That is a fact.

( Posted by: veebdosa [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

Sorry Veeb... but...
I have refrained from commenting but I feel that I must way in at this point:

I'm sorry but that is a generalization that I cannot agree with. You are wrong, Sir. Also, you cannot determine what another writer chooses to write about- especially when it was written 5 years ago. Dude, come on....

It is narrow minded of you to think that people would not want to progress and expound on new ideas. They are doing it everyday; they are doing it here, at Lit.

The more and more you post your comments here at Lit. the more and more it becomes evident that your motives are not in line with the the spirit of Lit. And, I am pretty sure that I am not the only one who feel that way.

I know very little about you and frankly, I think that is the way it will stay. I wish it were different- I really do.

( Posted by: pablowilliams [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

Answer:
She fessed up. IP's and areas/cities are now more closely monitored.

By reading many of your comments over the past several months, I had thought you often didn't even bother to read the pieces. Thanks for confirming that.

I have 303 pieces here, plus one waiting to be posted. One tribute to a wondrous place doesn't seem so terrible.

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

boring
"I think writing poetry about a poetry website is a total waste...."

that is a quote, of course of what I said. I stand firm on that, I still think it is pointless writing about other people writing poetry, or about "love for a poetry website."

That does not mean you have to think it. It just means I think it. EA Poe said that the best poetry must be about or for a beautiful girl. For him that worked. (Works for me, too) I write other stuff, too, but not about my "love for Lit.org or any other website.) I read everything I comment on, sometimes, many times, two or three times.

But when it looks like oh i love lit org etc, etc I stop reading.

Quite frankly, I wish the people here who claim to have learned so much on Lit org would post some really good poetry reflecting this, because I just don't see it.

And apparently there are a couple who have only learned the rule book and nothing else on lit.org, and this is what they write more than anything else.

( Posted by: veebdosa [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

Ron
I think you are confusing my piece with one by Beatrice. She mentions "love" in her title and piece. I did not. Mine actually upset a few folks at the time. It's reportorial/observational in its representation, offered in 5/3/5 x 14 (senryupsyched) form..

Try my next piece, "At A Cafe With Melena Saviola"..I put it in line for posting this morning. Did you read, "To those impervious"? I posted it the day before yesterday.

I have often used Lit to experiment with form and style..fusing forms..etc
I don't see how that is a bad thing..

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

The word "love"
I did employ the word "love" once..in a reportorial sense..having nothing to do with "love" of site..or of/among its members.

I tell my Mom, Dad and my brothers that I love them. That's about it. I don't use the expression at Lit.

so many posters
spattered art
that's just way it is

from old and young of
death and love
heart on paper lives



( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

I dont know
I dont know, I didnt read yours.

( Posted by: veebdosa [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

That's half your problem
..right there. You comment on/at comment threads without even reading the writer's work. You admit it.

Think about that. Think about what you are saying to the entire Lit community.

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

Abel knows/ Lucie shows
Abel,
Thanks.

There's a longtime member, windchime (Lucie) in comment thread above..and mentioned within the thread. I noticed today, her well-respected VOICE is commenting again. She takes the time to read many pieces. She comments about the actual work. It seems simple, but it's something to note. She is also a poet I look forward to reading again.

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

I hear a windchime..
Lucie,
I was posting the above comment as you were posting one here. ..and here you are.

Cool.

Welcome back..

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

The Meaning of Love!
and it is brought to my attention.Ron..I'm sorry you think I use LOVE in the wrong context. According to you, it should only be used when describing a beautiful woman.

I beg to differ with you...Love to me, is describing how my heart overflows with gratitude when we connect...whether it be a woman, a child or a field of wild flowers that capture my heart. And Lit.org captured my heart when I first stumbled upon her, as she does to this day.

I love her nurturing ways when I pour out my heart to her and perhaps fracture a participle or the excessive use of an exclamation point (my bad!) in all my writings.

Wikipedia describes Love as: A person can be said to love an object, principle, or goal if they value it greatly and are deeply committed to it.

Enough Said!

Bea

( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

Lucie, more are coming..
Lucie,
Communiques have been going global.

Can Tina Louise be drawing near?

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

The L word
Bea,
It would appear posts have been crossing..
Well said..

Ciao

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

Lucie
Lucie

it's a delight to hear you on these boards again one hell of a delicious poet. - I came back a few weeks ago - now that Chris is running the show once again maybe more of the old members will show up again. Tinalouise will be back- she is having a little difficulty signing on but Chris is on that- welcome back all-

My warmest
Bob Callaci- now possessed by Santo Nicola

( Posted by: TheRedCockRoach [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

"peace by piece"
"..of passion"

Bob,
Reading the VOICE of Tina Louise again at Lit..That will make for a good day.

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: February 1, 2011 )

May Renae be on her way..
I have a feeling Nae's muse is returning..

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: February 3, 2011 )

Muse has been knocking...
Wondering if any one will answer! Love seeing you all here! I didn't notice that TheRedCockRoach was Bob!!! Yeah!!!

( Posted by: nae411 [Member] On: February 3, 2011 )

Can you hear me now?
Let's light this candle.


( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: February 3, 2011 )





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