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Offline dublinsteve

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Re: Hopping around a Marsupial Man
« Reply #14 on: September 15, 2008, 11:16 PM »
Pouch Dude,

What a very
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What a very nice
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of words.

Always a pleasure to see the face, helps the words carry less meaning.

Hotdiggity damn, how is it you bring out the worst in me?

Truly, bro, I am glad to learn more about you. You have made a good addition to the Hall. Keep posting your work, it is interesting and intriguing, plus I like a guy who can fling down a Foster's with one hand and write a poem with the F word with the other. All that while turning a cheap cigar in cud.

 :kool


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Re: Hopping around a Marsupial Man
« Reply #15 on: September 16, 2008, 02:56 AM »
Nice to meet you, O Pouched One. You're a lot taller and much less hairy than I expected.  ;D  :blusmoke
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Offline Marsupial Man

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Re: Hopping around a Marsupial Man
« Reply #16 on: September 16, 2008, 07:33 AM »
WordFaery, Mystic1, and dublinsteve,

Thank you for stopping by.

Trust me Mystic, if I were to take off my shirt, you'd be repulsed by the amount of hair. I'm hairier than the average dude. No one can accuse me of being metrosexual -- hairy, hairy, hairy I am.

I'll share a Labatt's Blue with you anytime WordFaey. As the picture reveals, I do like my beer.

dublinsteve, I also enjoy Fosters. Very yummy
stuff when
coupled with
a cheap
cigar
flavorful
fancy
flippin'
festivals
from
oh
screw it
f bomb f bomb

got any syrup for them flapjacks?

take care,

Paul

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Re: Hopping around a Marsupial Man
« Reply #17 on: September 16, 2008, 09:28 AM »
Marsupial Man:

The man behind the words, the test pilot of "dangerous" poetry, never making "copies". When did honesty become rebellion? When did intensity and passion become politically incorrect? Matters not, I am a member of your movement. (when do I get my card?)

You got the Right Stuff.

I'm honored to be a humble blip on your radar screen. When I read your poem "Pschyic Vision", I knew Splashhall was where I wanted to be. I had never shared my poetry in public before, and rarely in private.  Your insightful comments (among others'), always constructive, have inspired and nudged me to take a fresh look at what and how I write.

Hawkings book "A Brief History of Time" is incredible. I have read it many times. Gary Zukav's book, "The Dancing Wu-Li Masters" is another one I never get tired of reading.

Thank you,

Trout

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Re: Hopping around a Marsupial Man
« Reply #18 on: September 16, 2008, 10:06 AM »
Thank you Trout dude,

I'll have to look into that book recommendation of yours.
Psychic Vision, I am proud of that one. It was different for me -- the style that is.
Regardless, I more than enjoy your poetry.
I often bathe in whale lard, while drinking Schlitz, reading your poetry. :blusmoke

Take care,

Paul

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Re: Hopping around a Marsupial Man
« Reply #19 on: September 16, 2008, 10:40 AM »
Very nice to meet you, MM, and find out so many interesting things.

I liked The Stranglers when I was growing up; I saw them many times in London.  Of course, I may have had a leg up on you, being in London at the height of the Punk era....  Oh, and for all my lady fans, I was never a punk lol.

Talking about an English advantage, you must surely agree, that they have much better beer?
Allen

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Re: Hopping around a Marsupial Man
« Reply #20 on: September 16, 2008, 11:13 AM »
Ah Allen,

The Stanglers -- I forgot about them. I have heard of them, but I must admit, I'm not familiar with their music. Oh, I envy you. That must have been a wild time. Now Allen, don't the ladies like the bad boy? Doesn't that just add to your sexual mystery/charisma? A poet. A former(?) punk.

Now, about the beer -- I agree that Europe has, on average, much better beer than in the States; however, I love my beer to be frosty cold. I gather, and I may be wrong, the dark beer is meant to be drunk at room temperature. I can't do that.

Thanks for stopping by,

Paul


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Re: Hopping around a Marsupial Man
« Reply #21 on: September 16, 2008, 09:04 PM »
Paul ..... I enjoyed reading your interview -- it gives a great portrayal of you from the inside out.  Speaking as a Mom -- thank you, for what you do.

~ Marsha ~
 

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Re: Hopping around a Marsupial Man
« Reply #22 on: September 17, 2008, 07:32 AM »
Thank you Daisyxo. You're welcome. I'm just one of many who do what I do, and it's a honor. My only regret in life is not having served in the military. This is my way of trying to give back.

Take care of yourself,

Paul

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Re: Hopping around a Marsupial Man
« Reply #23 on: September 18, 2008, 11:30 AM »
Ah! Finally we meet!!!    :kisslady

Great interview. What a handsome fellow you are! You don`t irritate me as much as you suppose. You spur me on like the cheering section of a losing football team. Loyal fan! That is what you are.
Your poetry has grown so much. Honest words. I raise a toast to you!   :wine

Linda
"Painting is poetry and poetry is painting with the gift of speech"...Simonides {556 B.C.-468 B.C.}

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Re: Hopping around a Marsupial Man
« Reply #24 on: September 19, 2008, 07:37 AM »
now Linda

your flattery has made me blush
wink wink girl
thank you for our often
misconnecting disconnecting in an attempt to connect conversations
on your porch while you drank tea
and i my beer

'till next time,

Paul

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Re: Hopping around a Marsupial Man
« Reply #25 on: September 19, 2008, 04:54 PM »
Dear Marsupial Man,


       As a proud son, and nephew of USMC Vietnam veterans, and as a parent, I would like to thank you for helping to protect America's children. In many ways you are a hero, just like them, except your enemies aren't as obvious, they walk amongst us, on our soil, cloaked in secrecy, and praying on trust, and innocence. Paul, you are a real life monster slayer. Thank you again.


     As far as your writing goes; eh



Sincerely, (partially)
~7

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Re: Hopping around a Marsupial Man
« Reply #26 on: September 20, 2008, 08:19 PM »
Glad to see ya here T7L,

and a double "eh" back to you
i vomit on your words

you're da 1st here
to keep me going

check out my latest
a culmination of two week experience

take care my virtual friend

Paul