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Old 09-01-2017, 05:56 AM   #1351
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yeah, the poetry crowd here is a hard lot. I'm trying to be generous by calling them hard. I must say I've never seen any other corner of the poetry world so taken with rhyme. It seems so ... old fashioned.
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I'm with you Handley_Page. Declamatory is when you shout the poem out, or say it with gusto. Like the thing Clint Eastwood did with the chair? If so, I'm with you. It's hard for me to recall even a single example of a declamatory poem, much less an example of one I like.
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I haven't been to all that many slams, but I enjoyed the ones I've made it to.

I'm not 100% on declamatory means for poetry means, to be honest. I haven't really heard that one before.
My abused doggerel The Ballad of Little Plum was just a piece of fun, not to be taken seriously.

Declamatory poetry? I attended a course at our local university theatre on how to present poetry to an audience. I was involved only because the university and local council had applied for and got finance for the week long course without working out WHO would attend it. Most of those attending the course were like me, reluctant volunteers dragged out of remote corners. But we enjoyed ourselves. Presenting Dylan Thomas's Do not go gentle into that good night was the most effective.

I have a couple of declamatory poems in my postings and have declaimed them to selected audiences:

https://www.literotica.com/p/encoura...s-to-an-author
https://www.literotica.com/p/boadicea

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https://www.literotica.com/p/the-garderobe
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Old 09-01-2017, 06:28 AM   #1352
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It was somewhere around 1969. I'm not exactly sure when, for Robin Williams' reason ("If you can remember the sixties, you weren't really there.") I was part of a hippy-dippy encampment under the redwoods along the Navarro River just inset from the rocky Mendocino coast some few hours north of San Francisco. The free-form camp area, owned by an absent lumber company, would later be donated as a state park.

A number of us City hippies had great fun smoking pot, drinking cheapest wine, eating magic mushrooms and welfare food, skinnydipping, fucking in the woods, et cetera. Some of the more 'adventurous' (and poorer) talked of staying over for autumn and winter. Bad idea.

I pointed at a roadside sign showing the flood height from the 1963 tsunami, product of an Aleutian quake, that had scoured-away various coastal towns. Even here, almost ten miles inland in the Coast Range, the high-water mark was about 33 feet / 10 meters above the road, which was higher than the camp area.

"You gonna be here for the next of these?" I asked. Realizations flickered.

The West doesn't get near as many oceanic storms as the East and South, but Pacific hurricanes occasionally sweep up from Mexico, and winter storms bear down on us from Alaska. We get the Pineapple Express, the atmospheric river pouring from Hawai'i. One of those will return central California to a lake. We get flooding from tsunamis triggered by quakes in Hawai'i, Japan, Aleutians. Coastal slopes get mucky. I've watched fancy clifftop mansions slide down to the sea.

We get weather. We get fires. We don't get many bad earthquakes. Whew.

Hey, morning approaches! I'll espresso-grind some cinnamon-tainted beans and throw in a good splash of spiced rum.I need a good dose. My retinologist poked hardware into my eyeball again yesterday, and I'll likely see (or not see) more surgery in a few days. Hey, if we squirt coffee into eyeballs, do they see faster?

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Old 09-01-2017, 07:40 AM   #1353
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Morning all,

Floods, bad poetry, and back to floods is fine but i draw the line at pouring coffee in eyeballs. Drink it straight like the gods intended.

After all that rain, I can hear my grass growing from inside the house. I may have to bale some hay by the time it is dry enough to mow.

Fresh coffee is ready while the rest of you contemplate the upcoming weekend.
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Old 09-01-2017, 10:37 AM   #1354
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It's Labor Day weekend--summer's last hurrah. The Fiestas de Santa Fe start tonight with the burning of Zozobra (Old Man Gloom) at sunset. Time to party!

We've had lots of balloons up this week, until today. Maybe I just couldn't see them.
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Old 09-01-2017, 12:57 PM   #1355
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After all that rain, I can hear my grass growing from inside the house. I may have to bale some hay by the time it is dry enough to mow.

Fresh coffee is ready while the rest of you contemplate the upcoming weekend.
You mean, like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeYlGgPmom0
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It's Labor Day weekend--summer's last hurrah. The Fiestas de Santa Fe start tonight with the burning of Zozobra (Old Man Gloom) at sunset. Time to party!

We've had lots of balloons up this week, until today. Maybe I just couldn't see them.
They are having a sailboat regatta in downtown Houston this weekend.

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Uh, they may be talking about a different kind of grass but then again, what do I know.

Lunch? What's for lunch?
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They are having a sailboat regatta in downtown Houston this weekend.
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Old 09-02-2017, 04:12 AM   #1360
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Obviously, he couldn't walk on the water, could he !
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Well, it's starting to feel like Fall. A cool 69F outside and I am up really early for a full on day of writing. Laundry is in, coffee is on and smelling better by the second and my toast is almost ready.... And now, 16 hours of non-stop writing. Can I finish "Sammi Woo" this weekend? God, I hope so!!!! Wish me luck coz if it's not done by EOD Monday, it's not making it in ....

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Morning all.

The coffee is brewing and there are donuts on the counter.

Good luck Chloe.

HP, religion is like politics and should be checked at the door.

Hypoxia, the navy is always welcome, even if they do make an occasional wrong turn.

Today I see if my lawnmower is waterproof.
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Morning all.

The coffee is brewing and there are donuts on the counter.

Good luck Chloe.

HP, religion is like politics and should be checked at the door.

Hypoxia, the navy is always welcome, even if they do make an occasional wrong turn.

Today I see if my lawnmower is waterproof.
Coffee AND doughnuts ? Pure heaven!
You must tell us if your lawnmower IS waterproof, Tx.

An amusing picture has recently surfaced round here.
As you may know, our centre of Government is either the Houses of Parliament or No 10 Downing St (where the office of the Prime Minister is located).
It's a bit of a tourist stop-spot and a Police Notice was seen which read
"Thieves Are Operating in this area."

Most of us who've seen it would quite agree.

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We have plenty of honest politicians around here.
(Honest politician: one who stays bought.)
But we don't allow them in our homes.

I digress. I won't whine about further eye surgeries but keyboarding is difficult. Record heatwave in the region -- San Francisco hit an all-time high yesterday, and today will be hotter inland. We could use some rain. Send a hurricane this way, hey? And has anyone here experienced the energetic pain relief of cannabis coffee? No, me neither.
 

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But we don't allow them in our homes.

I digress. I won't whine about further eye surgeries but keyboarding is difficult. Record heatwave in the region -- San Francisco hit an all-time high yesterday, and today will be hotter inland. We could use some rain. Send a hurricane this way, hey? And has anyone here experienced the energetic pain relief of cannabis coffee? No, me neither.
Speech-to-text and the reverse is available for a computer.
You might find it beneficial to try it.
There's also a keyboard with HUGE keys; a bit extreme, perhaps, but possibly beneficial on occasions.

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I digress. I won't whine about further eye surgeries but keyboarding is difficult. Record heatwave in the region -- San Francisco hit an all-time high yesterday, and today will be hotter inland. We could use some rain. Send a hurricane this way, hey? And has anyone here experienced the energetic pain relief of cannabis coffee? No, me neither.
I have a small computer from a friend who had diabetic retinopathy. They put lovely LARGE stickers on the keys for him. People often comment on it. I tried to take one off once and gave up. I've had it for several years and they are stuck solidly on still. I'm not sure if they came from an office supply store, Amazon or some special adaptive device place.
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Thanks for the suggestions, HP and MP. I'm in a (hopefully) brief rough patch. Right now it's like the lower half of my left eye works fairly well, and the right will be further repaired within the week. Working the computer means having the laptop just so on my lap, with room lights set just so, and squinting and bobbing my head. It's manageable.

Again, I consider the the world's travails, and my own, and no, I have nothing to whine about. A severe problem caught in time; aggressively competent treatment, covered by MediCare and Blue Shield; the prospect of having most vision restored. Life is good.

But I do tire of squinting.
 

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Thanks for the suggestions, HP and MP. I'm in a (hopefully) brief rough patch. Right now it's like the lower half of my left eye works fairly well, and the right will be further repaired within the week. Working the computer means having the laptop just so on my lap, with room lights set just so, and squinting and bobbing my head. It's manageable.

Again, I consider the the world's travails, and my own, and no, I have nothing to whine about. A severe problem caught in time; aggressively competent treatment, covered by MediCare and Blue Shield; the prospect of having most vision restored. Life is good.

But I do tire of squinting.
Indeed. I had a colonoscopy that detected a poly too large to be removed during that procedure and I shall likely require abdominal surgery . . . paid for by Medicare and the 29 years I spend in the military. I was told that it would definitely NOT require a colostomy so life remains good. My lady friend says that she is determined to make sure I live forever. I'm in favor of that . . .
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Writing is good. Dr. Pepper wasn't as good as I remembered, last time I had it.
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Today I see if my lawnmower is waterproof.
Thx Tex, hammered out almost 10k words today and did a whole lot of editing as well. Getting closer ...... now, up early tomorrow and I'll see if I can get it finished over Sunday. I've never written a gangbang story before and remembering the mechanics of whose involved and what they're doing .... yikes! And coming up with names for the bikers .....

And was the lawnmower waterproof. I was going to suggest, given all the rain, maybe a jetski with a scythe fastened below water level to either side.
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Thx Tex, hammered out almost 10k words today and did a whole lot of editing as well. Getting closer ...... now, up early tomorrow and I'll see if I can get it finished over Sunday. I've never written a gangbang story before and remembering the mechanics of whose involved and what they're doing .... yikes! And coming up with names for the bikers .....

And was the lawnmower waterproof. I was going to suggest, given all the rain, maybe a jetski with a scythe fastened below water level to either side.
For your bikers, If they are just casual characters brought in without formal introduction you could try just using descriptors in lue of names. such as. Mr. Goatee, or Lumberjack (for someone big and burly with a full beard) things like that. Unless the characters actually introduce themselves in the scene, the character has no way of knowing their names and as such, the names themselves are really irrelevant. It's also an easy way for your readers to visualize the different characters in the setting, just by their 'nickname'.

I don't really know the context of the characters, but I just assumed that your character doesn't really know them to well. If your character does know them then it becomes a little more difficult.

Big Jake
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All good biker names, if you need ideas.
 

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Thx Tex, hammered out almost 10k words today and did a whole lot of editing as well. Getting closer ...... now, up early tomorrow and I'll see if I can get it finished over Sunday.
10K is a great day. I managed maybe 1,400. But then I did irrigate, planted some late-season basil and made a trip to the store.
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