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Re: Genesis updated [Re: jenny jenny] #208226
12/06/12 05:21 PM
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Peter and AC - very fine, very!


----please, draw me a sheep----
Re: Genesis updated [Re: LukeJavan8] #208230
12/06/12 10:16 PM
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I wish to associate myself with both jj and Lukes plaudits. jj, yours was very sweet; are you sure you are not - uh - (how can I say this) --- being candied? smile


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Scandinavian-speak [Re: Rhubarb Commando] #208231
12/06/12 10:23 PM
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The tongue of the Danes makes me choke
As though I had breathed in strong smoke.
I have just a smattering
But find it quite shattering
When only a few words Ive spoke!

FINGERING - FIRE


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Re: Scandinavian-speak [Re: Rhubarb Commando] #208234
12/06/12 10:29 PM
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I will share this with a Danish friend. He'll enjoy.


----please, draw me a sheep----
Re: Scandinavian-speak [Re: LukeJavan8] #208236
12/06/12 11:01 PM
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One of my Danish friends explained to me that, "Danish is not so much a language, more an affliction of the throat!"


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That Oddjob; what an oddball. [Re: Rhubarb Commando] #208265
12/09/12 05:19 PM
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I hired a painter to paint my girlfriend Galore
He paints houses nudes portraits and more
I had to fire him on the spot
Because honorable he was not
I walked in and he was goldfingering my Galore laugh


OBJECT -NYMPH

Re: That Oddjob; what an oddball. [Re: jenny jenny] #208267
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blush


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Re: That Oddjob; what an oddball. [Re: jenny jenny] #208269
12/09/12 11:10 PM
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Many of us here at Wordsmith eventually Bond.

Re: Languid pathos [Re: jenny jenny] #208307
12/12/12 03:11 PM
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An artist whose style was aesthetic
Drew nymphs who looked unenergetic.
With their heads drooping low
They were objects of woe;
One critic harrumphed: "How emetic!"

SCOREBOARD SCOUR

Re: Languid pathos [Re: A C Bowden] #208312
12/13/12 05:23 AM
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AC, your good poem reminded me that...

A print not a painting hung on my wall
Three ballerinas sitting in a hall
Their energy spent
The elan then went
To me wondering why they cared at all.


Do you know of that painting?

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