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Old 10-17-2005, 08:11 AM   #1
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Arrow "To keep the review thread clean..."

Because we're human and it will always happen, here's a thread for all the thank-you notes and off-topic banter that occasionally clog up the New Poems Reviews and others.

Enjoy.

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Old 10-17-2005, 08:37 AM   #2
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I would like to add the first hello and useless banter, before I slip off and watch the rest enjoy this new thread... so....


"Hello and let the useless banter and thank you's commence "

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Old 10-17-2005, 08:45 AM   #3
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Because we're human and it will always happen, here's a thread for all the thank-you notes and off-topic banter that occasionally clog up the New Poems Reviews and others. And for whatever else you can think of.

Enjoy.
hey, eve...i've always wondered. - that statue in 'the Poets' AV is you, isn't it.

well, it feels like it's you, anyway.

i know it is a position you'd like to be petrified into, when the time comes.

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Old 10-17-2005, 09:01 AM   #4
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hey, eve...i've always wondered. - that statue in 'the Poets' AV is you, isn't it.

well, it feels like it's you, anyway.

i know it is a position you'd like to be petrified into, when the time comes.

Check the "1 Image 7 Voices" link in The Poets' signature.
 

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Old 10-17-2005, 09:35 AM   #6
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is this to replace the other to keep the review thread clean thread?
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Old 10-17-2005, 09:37 AM   #7
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oh just got my own answer-- the only think I do no like about starting new threads and I meant to say this before, is it deletes the history-- like I dont get to see icingsugar's name on the new 10 thread.
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oh just got my own answer-- the only think I do no like about starting new threads and I meant to say this before, is it deletes the history-- like I dont get to see icingsugar's name on the new 10 thread.
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Old 10-17-2005, 10:36 AM   #10
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hey, eve...i've always wondered. - that statue in 'the Poets' AV is you, isn't it.

well, it feels like it's you, anyway.

i know it is a position you'd like to be petrified into, when the time comes.

It's me with a slip on that's pulled up around my thighs and tummy. Someone once thought it was a pregnant woman. No, it's bunched up material--maybe some leftover baby fat. And I'm on a mountain that's outside my window. Well, I pasted myself on it. And on the other side is a photo of the night and the moon. This image is a few years old and hopefully I look less preggers now.
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Old 10-17-2005, 11:15 AM   #11
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Need a reviewer for Sunday

Hello All...
First I would like to thank Bluerains, Rhyme Fairy and MET for covering for me the last 3 weeks while I made my big move to the West. I appreciate the rally force that stepped up to the plate when I asked for help. It encouraged my views on life and how people can stand up to help others when asked.

On that note: With the move my life has changed greatly. I want to spend more time with my partner learning about how to live as a couple (always a challenge!) and find time for writing. With these thoughts in mind I must step down as the Sunday reviewer. I hope that someone will step into the slot. I will still cover until someone takes the day.

I want to thank The Poets for giving me the opportunity to review on Sundays. I learned from reading others work and I enjoyed the process.

So once again thank you all for the support and learning experience! I will fill in also on days that someone needs to have covered regarding reviews. Just time for Du Lac to change in many areas.

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PS my post has been edited and some feelings have been erased. I am sorry that my voice can not be heard. It was not done with ill intention;rather only to state how I felt upon returning to this forum after a brief time away.
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Old 10-17-2005, 11:24 AM   #12
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It's me with a slip on that's pulled up around my thighs and tummy. Someone once thought it was a pregnant woman.
It was - as it is - a beautiful composition, pregnant with possibility. Forgive the cliché.

I wasn't surprised it originated so many quality poems.
 

Old 10-17-2005, 12:01 PM   #13
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coming back

well I came back after two years of absence and was told that the place had gone down hill. I was thinking it had become to tame, or something. Reading a few threads, and popping my eyes back into my skull, I see that all sorts of nastyness is running rampet.

I used to be the argumentative type, clawing and biting my way, and never really getting out of it. Hell, look at the threads I was in two years ago, some of them got down right nasty. Today I realize that I lost friends like that, and really missed out on good chances to learn about people. I have also realized that I'd rather be happier than right all the time.

I would like to thank all who welcomed me back, especially my favorite fish friend.

I am hoping everyone will release their resentments and flow back into the poetry that this place was made for. I have missed many of you, and I hope you have been doing well.

I am thankful for accidently finding this place again, because I really have been neglecting my writing...and in so doing, neglected a part of my own soul.

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Old 10-17-2005, 12:32 PM   #14
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I used to be the argumentative type, clawing and biting my way, and never really getting out of it. Hell, look at the threads I was in two years ago, some of them got down right nasty. Today I realize that I lost friends like that, and really missed out on good chances to learn about people. I have also realized that I'd rather be happier than right all the time.
Okay, I peeked. I don't see many posts by you or anything negative--of course, I only glanced at a few. I'm sure you were a pussycat compared to most. It's nice that you've returned. I'm pretty sure that I recall your cool name.
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Old 10-17-2005, 12:49 PM   #15
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Good point, Anna. Check your PMs.
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so, anyone want to chat about um... lets see.... sex during your period?

I wrote a poem about it and think it might be too much.
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Old 10-17-2005, 01:03 PM   #16
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never too much... happens to be when I am at my randy peak..lol.. messy, but safe and hot! So fire away with that poem girl.. nothing is over to the top really when it comes to hot sex!
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so, anyone want to chat about um... lets see.... sex during your period?

I wrote a poem about it and think it might be too much.
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Old 10-17-2005, 01:05 PM   #17
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Hi Du, good to see you, glad the move went well.

Okay, so tell me, what is that AV? It is fucking with my brain. Looks like a duck billed nun with the shrunken head of a former lover.... maybe Millie or Vanilli. ?
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Old 10-17-2005, 10:39 PM   #18
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lol Hey, I wasn't the mean one! The fish was comparing my poems to "Hallmarkain efforts". But, in my defense, I did write a "special" poem for him in under five minutes. He didn't appreciate it. *sniffle*
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So what about the nautilus one? I didn't do it in much time, I'm hoping it's not bad because of it.
The Thief
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Who is this thief that steals from my line,
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What a mess they have made of things,
the emotions they stir and sorrow they bring.

I wait and watch my laid out line,
I have patience and plenty of time.

Searching for answers to the crime,
who is littering these things of mine?

Then I saw them land on my line,
taking my clothes pins one at a time.

The black Crow that has caused such a mess,
likes the shinny spring of the clothes pins I guess.

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lol Hey, I wasn't the mean one! The fish was comparing my poems to "Hallmarkain efforts". But, in my defense, I did write a "special" poem for him in under five minutes. He didn't appreciate it. *sniffle*
Where's the poem? I want to read it. I'm nosy.
 

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yesterday I caught a fish
i thought to cook it in a dish
even though it was a smallish size
it's bite took me by quite surprise!
with out a thought I threw it back
and settled for a jumbo jack
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yesterday I caught a fish
i thought to cook it in a dish
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it's bite took me by quite surprise!
with out a thought I threw it back
and settled for a jumbo jack
Oh! My tic tac just fell out of my mouth and into my lap.


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hey, it did the job...it riled the fish. So, so worth it. LOL

actually a certain other member replied by saying "it the fish! eat the fish!" or something like that, which he didn't appreciate, either
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ah you know I try. I will hopefully be around more now that mannequ's fall issue is up and running. Thank God.
I checked it out, it really is very good
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