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I found eroticism in Edgar Allen Poe
His red death and birds
Gave us a sense of miserable freedom
There was a sense of intrigue
Disturbingly touching our base instincts
Finding truth in nonsense words
Eroctically turned on by
Thoughts of Edgar Allen Poe

Does the wadded up paper ball or the bowling ball fall faster?

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by thesadpoet

Dangerous grounds.....
Dangerous ground walking around the essence of Poe. At sight of the title, my skin crawled, worried that it would be a failed attempt at honoring such a lofty one. I must be honest and say that I was half right. Again, as I read many of your works, I find that the potential for the idea is there, sometimes in a few words, but then never wrapped up, never founded. I found this to be true in this piece as well. I have never been able to call my self a true poet- self proclaimed in a header or something like that-, but I love to write. I feel the same for you. We both have much to work on.

( Posted by: pablowilliams [Member] On: August 30, 2009 )

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