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#8054 - 12/01/00 06:00 PM Re: D'oh
Just spotted this thread. I had no idea of the things that go on here. I just tried to answer a simple question then I hit "show all" and found a cacophony of contributions. Amazing how y'all get around this board!
#8055 - 12/03/00 06:30 PM Re: I blame Whitman
Loc: Melbourne, Australia
>Perhaps you'll need to come to London and take a tube trip with me to spot 'em.
I'd tread carefully, bel. "Tube trip" sounds positively illicit to me. I do, however, concede that some of the world's best poems, music and paintings have been produced by people on "tube trips".
#8056 - 12/04/00 03:07 AM Re: I blame Whitman
Loc: London, UK
I keep all my promissory posts. (I'm not sure about the promises, though... hmmmm - I think I keep most of those too.)
#8057 - 01/07/01 07:39 PM Post deleted by musick
#8058 - 02/08/01 06:04 AM Re: ballroom
I've heard it called a mirror-ball before, or a disco-ball too
#8059 - 02/08/01 07:55 AM Re: ballroom
Loc: gladstone,delta county,michiga...
years ago i heard it referred to as a star ball, alluding to the image of shooting stars flying around the venue in question
#8060 - 02/21/01 11:21 AM Re: Retraction
Wrong sized athletic supporter has insufficient ballroom.
#8061 - 03/10/01 01:36 PM Re: I blame Whitman
Loc: New England, USA
Like the Japanese haikus which evoke such wonderful images for the imagination and the mind to dream on
#8062 - 03/10/01 03:34 PM Re: I blame Whitman
This is "Words from Medicine"? Rx One cup of Leaves of Grass
Well chewed and ruminated
#8063 - 03/29/01 02:32 PM Re: I blame Whitman
I believe the form of poetry you are describing is not free verse, but prose verse (yeah, a contradiction in terms I know). And if you take out all the line breaks they can make rather good paragraphs, but not all paragraphs can be turned into prose verse.
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