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Offline EpylepticTrout

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Re: Fall Out
« Reply #14 on: August 27, 2008, 07:46 AM »
lol.....ya think?


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on norwegian meter maids
baby drive my car

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Re: Fall Out
« Reply #15 on: August 27, 2008, 12:38 PM »
I think it was Lucy, she laced the Kool Aid...with diamonds.

I dream of your first kiss
can't buy me love without cash
yes, I will return        :blusmoke

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Re: Fall Out
« Reply #16 on: August 27, 2008, 07:36 PM »
The joker laughs at me
You wanna know my secret?
P.S. I love you

I think you understand.....

This is good excercise for me.....I don't think that quickly.....poims are like giving birth....many contractions, with little dialation.....then a pitocin photon  turdshit!... hello Mr. Hanky...and  even after that.....more placental scrimshaw....then I go to the AX!....my placenta is pan fried- cajun spiced...and yet poi-etic taste buds engorge like tongue zits eager to burst....Prudhomme scratches his beard lice into my gumbo...standing at the shrimpless dock in SouthHampton....while I protest in bed all day...

It's sorta like kicking Edgar Allen Poe while Tom Robbins sits behind the dumpster with his Commodore64LapTop laughing. Kurt Vonnegut types Pall Malls with spent butt embers and Mark Twain bloats his vocabularous humor.

there is a poim here...so dont plagurize me...kidding..imitation is the sincerest form of flattery as long as you don't write "My Sweet Lord".

Thank you Mighty Mystic (and other Splashers) for engaging my brain...

Anyone else listening to this shortwave broadcast....please join in.....KTRT signing out.

Semolina Pilchard Trout

P.S. It took me 25:6:012 minutes to write this






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Re: Fall Out
« Reply #17 on: August 27, 2008, 08:56 PM »
Label apple when
I need somebody and get
A little Help from my friends.

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Re: Fall Out
« Reply #18 on: August 27, 2008, 09:07 PM »
Nice contribution Bill....beatle business angst?

Is it not dying
hare krishna paper cup
here, there and everywhere

Ok, yes,....I put a grace note in the last line....

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Re: Fall Out
« Reply #19 on: August 27, 2008, 10:29 PM »
These are good exorcizes for me too. Even the images in your Trout-atorial are eye catching and smart.
'placental scrimshaw' (1) - I never would of thought of something like that. Branching out into new styles and different forms is a beautiful thing for any writer. Expecially when you have so many other great poets to act as shepards and guides. I wouldn't trade Splash or its members for anything in the world. (Well, almost anything. If Random House offered me a lifetime publishing deal at milliion dollars a word, I'd probably take it.) Barring that or a polyamorous relatiionship with Penthouse' Pets of the Month and Hugh Hefner's Bunnies,  I'm stickin' around. Though Southhampton may be a shrimpless port. (2) I'm glad Splash contains at least one Rainbow-minded Trout...even if he be a bit Almondined (nutty.) Which just happens to be my favorite type.

(1) See post dated 8-27-08 par. 1 L 7
(2) "                                  " par. 1 L 11

(Wouldn't want to be accused of plagerism and hauled into court by a Trout. My Sweet Lord, that just would not do at all.)

Not sure how long this took to type up. My watch stopped. Was the sole victim of Y2K.
I think all the hype scared it to death.  :blusmoke
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Re: Fall Out
« Reply #20 on: August 27, 2008, 10:45 PM »
In the spirit of 'branching out' I vote we broaden our lyrical basis for haiku. Any title or lyric, past or present is admissable. Unlike your evidince for plagerism or liable, or whatever other sort of suit you may see fit to bring againest me.  ;D Therefore, I give you -

Howlin' Wolf Blues

i'm just a poor boy
sittin' on top of the world
I've got a woman

she's built for comfort
all three hundred pounds of joy
I love my baby

ooh baby hold me
my country sugar mama
tell me what I've done

These are a few of the song titles on my Howlin' Wolf CD. I actually wrote this a little over a year ago. I was just looking at the titles and started counting syllables.   :blusmoke
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Re: Fall Out
« Reply #21 on: August 27, 2008, 11:02 PM »
OK!....it's on Mystic Mississipi/Chicago Blues Man.....

but alas tonight milady calls and I must reply....

manyana!


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Re: Fall Out
« Reply #22 on: August 30, 2008, 10:07 AM »
Dilapidated
Blind Lemon Jefferson picks
notes of splintered porch

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Re: Fall Out
« Reply #23 on: August 31, 2008, 02:26 AM »
All of Me

appetizing young
who's prepared to pay the price?
want to buy my wares?

Billie moanin' low
all for you body and soul
Georgia on your mind

only slightly soiled
I cover the waterfront
ghost of yesterday


:blusmoke

A bit of Holiday Blues. Just because, that's what I'm listening to at the moment.
Oherwise it might have been a mix of Howlin' Wolf's Killin' Floor and Zepplin's modification of same The Lemon Song to mirror the Blind Lemon from above.  
;D This is too much fun.
Yes, I know, haiku don't conventionaly have titles, but as these haiku are decidedly unconcentional...I couldn't resist.   :blusmoke



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Re: Fall Out
« Reply #24 on: August 31, 2008, 08:45 AM »
Strange lemons from trees
Willie Dixon got no quarter
Hang man gallows pole

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Re: Fall Out
« Reply #25 on: August 31, 2008, 11:30 PM »
Temptation

locked up in my room
I search the skies desperately
such a lovely day

wanna go outside
tear-stained face against the pane
sunshine and blue skies

I wish it would rain
a man ain't supposed to cry
raindrops hide teardrops

I know, a lil old school. I won't have to wait too much longer for the rain. Gustav is handling that.
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