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39 Responses to Published

  1. luckyjc007 says:

    Excellent! And, I especially love the last line. 🙌

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    • H. Nieuhof says:

      That is actually a theme of a current project, using Recombinant Theory, and working with dispossessed people in my area, remixing lexemes from Trump and Clinton’s speeches. Not sure if I’m producing anything as entertaining – this one was fun to read. I enjoyed the form of each turned phrase.

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  2. This was great fun – especially the last line! H x

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  3. This is fantastic!! What a whimsical journey. Truely wonderful read.

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  4. fairykumar says:

    Mind blowing words!!

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  5. Oloriel says:

    Beautiful, I especially loved the one about silence, but in truth all had me read, nod and say “mhm!” a lot of times 🙂

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  6. Melissa Shaw-Smith says:

    Entertainment is not a poem, however, this poem is very entertaining!

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  7. Sally says:

    brilliant! You might not be a poem,
    However,
    You are a poet.
    Sally

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  8. Eccentric Muse says:

    Reblogged this on La Petit Muse and commented:
    This poem is very entertaining and great fun!

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  9. Beautiful. So true that a poem does not feed a starving artist. And I loved that some of it depends upon a red wheel-barrow.

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  10. Reblogged this on Grumpy Axolotl and commented:
    Hey poets, this poem by Mudrow is beautiful. Check it out

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  11. Anita Lubesh says:

    There is a famous poem by a starving artist, which goes:
    ~Untitled~
    I..

    sadly he died..
    Ok, poor attempt at humour. This on the other hand was brilliantly funny and obviously highly intelligent loved it.

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  12. Delightful epigrams! One overlooked aspect of poetry is fun with language (I have a post coming up about that), and the monogamy—you’ve set me to the task of whoring in rhyme and meter.

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  13. arindaphine says:

    I love the playfulness. Some of lines left me laughing.

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  14. Very funny.
    Especially the last!
    JP

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  15. Reblogged this on Let it come from the heart and commented:
    Some poems can be dull
    However,
    This poem is great fun!

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  16. vivachange77 says:

    I love your twists and whimsy. I also especially like the last two lines. Thanks for a good laugh. 🙂

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  17. loved it, the humour had punch in the end. poetry can be fun and contemporary. thanks for reminding.

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  18. Hahahah! Awesome!! 😀

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  19. Tom says:

    Fun to read!

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  20. ms. arachne says:

    Very witty! 🙂

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  21. whatleylakai says:

    Reblogged this on iamlakai and commented:
    So creative! I absolutely love it!

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  22. M.J says:

    “A poem should attempt to rewrite Donald Trump” LOL Love it

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  23. I really like this one, Elan!

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