have dreams come to promenade for you
haberdashery of auguries pleading
have seeds inserted by a thumb
cracked the spine on the book of leading
has the din of voices endless needing
become the same in every language?
it has loomed this way since i began
and now the light to you comes bleating
12 Mar 06
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has the din of voices endless kneeding - never more.
will phew do? probably not. damn.
any reference to blake?
i mean am i blind or am i reading fury?
i have no idea about the meaning of the content straight off
but the emotion is palpable
more than palpable. it leapt off the screen
[i typed scream instead of screen before editing]
i know a tyler.
i haven't scored, yet. logged out. then in.
phew is good. but as gnormal has eloquently said, good, repeated five times reveals its true nature- boring.
not sure about the 'james blunt' comment. not sure how my surname came up.
oh, yes, blake. initially dedicated to blake and kundera.
took it out because italics didn't look good with poem.
You can get a lot of good ideas looking at a wallnut can you not?
do you mean 'can you nut?'
well thats really something.
l2 sticks out as the only surreal line. as the only one, it feels out of place. the poem is more approachable without it.
i dont think you knead to modiy the spelling of kneading. "endless needing" rings clear.
the shift from talking to the reader, to suddenly addressing yourself ("i") has a very nice drama. i naturally read a pregnant pause into it, and of course the timing is perfect because im the one timing it right. but it only works so well because you set it all up.
i twice read loomed.
i understand that the you in the first stanza is not the you l8. but i dont know if i understand correctly. i realize it's a completely diffent sentence, but what if the bleedin light comes FROM you?
i darent go into interpretation. but it sure reads nicely. i like how the bleating voices and the din of light echo each other.
i have a crush on a boy named tyler in my class
I like the poem, but I don't get it...my interpretation is lost.
i cant believe you isolated 'loomed'.
will think about spelling of 'kneading'.
on my scratchsheet, loomed was 'loomed'. changed to 'bloomed' upon rereading.
amazed that you read twice loomed.
This is obviously several cuts above. Those who don't get it, meh on you.
i hate the title
but this poem is up there
way up there
with the tulips
i don't know where i got screaming fury from.
must have been a roll on from whatever i commented on before.
or maybe i was boxed.
you were sweet to ignore it. blush.
and ooh. pat on the back for me. for getting blake.
i NEVER get references EVER
the edits make all the difference.
all the difference. really.
[it's my catchphrase today]
you have inspired me to rhyme.
happy birthday, baby boy.
Like Hank "tyler fenn" or completely unrelated? >>Hank is HOT<<
I LOVE TYLER SNYDER