sword of Damocles
reflects mad sun
of primitive hut
sine curve razorblade
wielded by wind
5 Aug 04
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What hank? what the fuck?
i think its pretty straightforward
still no serious takers on this one?
going, going gone...
sexual innuendoes hank? or circumcision?
ah! i will admit, at the risk of sounding simple, that i didnt work out the meaning for myself (thanks mysterious unknown)...
good one hank, this ones a fucken pearler.
...amazing what some people read into a poem...
Honestly, I don't get it.
It may just me my intellect, however.
yall reading too much into this. just a simple poem 'bout some galvanise roofing is all.
you're reading too much into it.
sure hank sure and none of your other poems have any sexual innuendoes either huh?
Simple poem 'bout galvanising my ass...
i think it's sexy
thanks for the crit asshole
I liked it, before I read it, for it's name.
I like it now because you referenced Greek mythology in a poem about roofing.
And that is all I have to say.
i like how this title reflects the content (well, as most titles do, but this one was particularly well chosen.. haha you know what i mean)
"sine curve razorblade" is a great image.. and i like the lack of punctuation here. nice.