Unhowling has been published.


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21 Responses to Unhowling

  1. Metamynodon says:

    Leaves of Grass having been sprayed for bugs… Whitman been sitting on your shelf for too long?

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  2. awinkandanod says:

    It’s a “shame” that the encasement, of the clarity of these garnered WISDOMS, cannot continue “it’s” BEAUTIES as a SPHINX, against NAPOLEON’S cannon fire, Has.

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  3. annwjwhite says:

    I feel this way every time I read the news of late.

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  4. Grandtrines says:

    Reblogged this on Still Another Writer's Blog.

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  5. Oooh, I love Howl and this was a beautiful update. Well done!

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  7. Mils says:

    Yes. “Leaves Of Grass have been sprayed for bugs” is absolutely bloody brilliant. In eight words, it’s all there …

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  8. Jona says:

    Hi there, I check your blog like every week. Your humoristic style is
    witty, keep doing what you’re doing!

    Liked by 1 person

  9. wolfenaerium says:

    awesome imagery here 🙂 this reminds me of the world of The Transmetropolitan comic book.

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  10. Nice update to that classic and a bit of Dylan Thomas near the end.

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  12. Deepak Singh says:

    …and the smoke coming out of ganja is very dense. Hard to breathe! Thanks for the visit.

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  13. barbaraewade says:

    Your poem gave a name to all the tears I have shed lately.

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  14. This is great. You write so beautifully.
    Nat xx


  15. Bookmarked your amazing website. Incredible work, unique way
    with words!


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