sure it was rusty like i
so upon a dare
drove it through my foot
17 Jan 06
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you must be the love child of inch high private eye and inspector gadget to drive through your own foot in a rusty car.
unless you're talking about a nail.
have you ever walked on a bed of nails?
oh yeah. nice poem. title is a bit wishy washy.
working better with the companion poem before it
than if it was ever to be read alone.
dunno if this is actually connected to pine. and if it is, then if they know...
it is connected to pine.
did you get your injections after?
Its about being dared to run on first ,
Hanks always first or last .
cleared for the masses.
combine the two into a haibun.
that would work.
ps. if not i prefer the wishy washy title.
and i preferred the 7|5|5
you're a pain in tha arse. but i like it better in its original as well. title isn't wishy washy its interpretable. thanks.
no it's not wishy washy. yes i am a pain in the arse.
Can you either put (like I) or get rid of it? How about putting I after dare? It would become much clearer.
What does the title have to do with the poem?
Anyway, why would you do such a thing and why should we care?
being dared to run on first...
whass that mean?
you're on the street man. start digging to scene.
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