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On march the fresh saints,
just as moths to a bright flame,
still, war drums beckon.

Reverend Antinormalità

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by TheTesticularPrancer

Lambeg drum
the best so far, I feel. I’ve seen those “fresh saints”, they’re churned out somewhere in inexhaustible supply, for stale wars and old wounds…

pithy, punchy ku, this. made me smile, perversely.

( Posted by: AuldMiseryGuts [Member] On: November 20, 2008 )

I pray there be a table big enough for the whole world
Thank you and thank you.

I hope I have some time over the holidays to look over some of your poetry.

Happy Thanksgiving I love you all so very much it hurts me that we can't all be together.

I wish there were a table large enough for the entire world to sit at and when I ask for Osama Bin Laden to pass the rolls I'll have no fear of them being tainted by the banker zionist influence (I'm just kidding about that part HAHAHAHA) why can't we all have thanksgiving together?

I mean sure its an American holiday but I think we've established and everyone pretty much knows it by now that this is an American planet and if you don't observe Thanksgiving no matter what country you're in then you hate America.

Have some turkey and some pumpkin pie because if you don't we're going to know who you are.

The Reverend Antinomian

( Posted by: TheTesticularPrancer [Member] On: November 25, 2008 )

response to 'Fresh Saints'
Yes, you assert rightly the notion that history repeats itself with our generation of new BB's. This would seem plausible. Thank you for leading me here. For my part, however, I see obvious contradictions, [1] , ''still'' illustrates many connotations, and [2] the final summation seems fractured. I would welcome the second line, compressed, as the actual breadth of summation with Fresh Saints. Should you see the sense in my rant, I would happily award the higher than score for the revision of ''Fresh Saints''. In no way would I wish any harm in supporting the above assertion. Best Regards to whom.


( Posted by: firstedition [Member] On: November 26, 2008 )

Fresh Saints
Yeah. I didn't like the word "still" there either. I'll have to give it some more thought. Appreciate the critic.

( Posted by: TheTesticularPrancer [Member] On: November 28, 2008 )

"Fresh Saints"..Of fodder.....
Indeed. Enjoyed 5/7/5.


( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: January 22, 2009 )

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