Grateful Dead

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The Bus Is Not Coming The Bus Is Not Coming The Bus Is Not Com

Molecular Consulting?

Smug prick.

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dealing? no

Molecular Consulting, yes...

get with the times, mate ;-)

(Ultraspaz - that's my Asperger's shining through; thanks for noticing).

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Birdman Of Ultraspaz

You still dealing, slo?

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Orion Dyslexia

No worries!

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pith

What is poetry for?
this...........silence

- Sharon Brogan

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Mea Culpa

If your intent was or was not contempt, I apologize. However, you obviously have a lot of knowledge and access to better satire... in my opinion.

JUST READ YOUR LONGER. AGAIN, MY MISTAKE.

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Longer

Since when does a poem need meaning to be enjoyed?! Can not the simple play of words be poetic enough?!
Your judgement that I/it shows contempt is decidedly misplaced.

The fact you find something smug because it is not to your taste is rather baffling. Amazing how something so gentle can draw out people's prejudices!

Lighten up, mate - life's too short!

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Shorter

Your retort says a lot about you!

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A Short Retort

Thought this place was for those trying to create
Even if the poems can't always be great
Why send nonsensical poems from long before
Intending contempt while smugly obscure
There's better ways to let one know you're kind
Next time, tell us what's really on your mind
Share with us how to be a better bard
Not just references from a house of lard.

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apart from fatrasies

A large red herring
Had besieged Gisors
On both sides
And two dead men
Came with great difficulty
Carrying a door
Without an old hunchback
Who went around crying: 'A! outside'
The cry of a dead quail
Would have taken them with great difficulty
Underneath a felt hat.

- Philippe de Beaumanoir

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