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    Re: POETRY - Can you write a Poem?

    Adhesion,
    Welcome, sir, to JUB and the Story Board - and especially the poetry thread.

    A powerful poem.
    Thank you for sharing it.
    I am afraid I must ponder it awhile
    as I digest its stile.

    For it does turn and flick
    and cut one to the quick

    And, alas, 'tis late,
    for my nightly date.
    To be I must be off,
    but your words I do NOT scoff.

    Thank you, again, for sharing this haunting verse.



    (Lefty, I didn't ignore you. I was headed to bed and got sidetracked.
    Later, my fellow jesting jouster, for I fear your words are also somewhat profound.)


    And I know, if I'll only be true, to this glorious quest . . .

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    __The Condom Conundrum___

    Burning with incendiary need

    Ichor dripping filled with seed

    Thus this night a child was made

    Hopes once had and plans once laid

    lost forever in a moment of play

    under the grandstand this sad day

    into this world a child unwanted

    new young parents scared and daunted

    he screams aloud I should have been the Boss you know

    now I can only do labor sweat and then reek BO

    she screams aloud I should have been the Head of State

    now heres this young and needy child and this my twist of fate

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    Lefty,
    That's an extremely poignant poem.
    It would be an important insert into
    many a school's year book/Literary Magazine,
    although I think admin and parents might take exception.

    How many young lives have gone down this road?
    How many poor, innocent babes have born the brunt of this emotion?
    And yet, if only they could get past the error of their day
    and embrace the child as a challenge and a gift from Him on high.

    For, it's not the babe who was at fault,
    and as the cliche' goes,
    there's no sense crying over spilt "milk".

    "til time to meet the challenges of the new dawning day
    and not exact toll from each other, claiming they must pay.
    And do what you must for the creation of your love
    for there was more there than simple lust.


    And I know, if I'll only be true, to this glorious quest . . .

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    Aye, what DQ said...

    That was certainly touching monsieur Lefty, and I'm perhaps most impressed with the depth of your literary time line with relatively few passages.You've taken on a dark subject matter steeped in a fragile set of circumstances; not an easy task to confront, especially with dash of humor, yet you make it shine brightly.

    I could be wrong, but I see that little guy growing up strong and brave [with a solid respect for Lady Speed Stick and proper oral hygiene] just to let his parents know it wasn't all in vain.

    They say, form follows function, and you've certainly raised some interesting issues for discourse. It seems to me, if your intent was to create a dialogue, you scored a bulls eye.

    All in all, it's simply a terrific little poem, concise and endearing, and it verifies something I think we all knew in our hearts; you're a good person, Leftholomew Writicus.

    ______Thank you sir.

    ************************

    And a quick note to D[airy]Q[ueen]'s brief critique y rebuttal.

    You are a pretty sharp tool yourself monsieur Quixote. I can only assume life and it's relentless maintenance has placed a burden on your writing career[?] AmIright? IamHuh?

    You're good too. And like our esteemed colleague on the Left, I'd say you're a natural wordsmith as well.

    I applaud you both.
    okay bye!

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    I am that child that was born
    To parents daunted and forlorn

    Two lifetimes destroyed and sent amiss
    the final result begun by an errant kiss

    I was raised with pain and bitterest hurt.
    My ego and my pride drug through the dirt

    My daddy sold lots of drugs and went to jail
    My mommy sold herself to anything male

    Desperate I clawed I kicked I groped
    Til the day I lost all for which I had hoped.

    And now my wrists bleed where they are slit
    Goodbye to all hear this last and thats it.....

    I'm going now please try...try and see
    use a condom don't make another me.



    "Q", 'Tze", you are to blame for ^ one.

    Just patting me on the back is dangerous,

    I am easily encouraged and hard to stop...

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    Re: POETRY - Can you write a Poem?

    Lefty,
    Are you familiar with Best Friends Play Hard, by GSDX (Neil)?
    Several people, me among them, railed at the original, suicidal, ending.

    I won't go into details.

    In your efforts to "ruin" your first, poignant work, you fail miserably.
    For, there is a strong anger in the flip stanzas about mom and dad.
    It's an all too possible conclusion to the saga - if the child lived long enough to make that decision.

    Do I "like" it? No. But not because it's a smart assed attempt to deflect praise.
    It's powerful. It's the conclusion I abhor.


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    Re: POETRY - Can you write a Poem?

    Querido Shih Tzu,
    You are most kind.

    While I am somewhat skilled at reacting and responding to something, my powers of prose progenesis pale.

    I can expound on a topic I have some passion for in great detail, but I am poor at proferring tales such as you have told.

    I will confess that I have an affinity for alliteration,
    and oft will find a line from a song to make a salient response,
    And I can play iambic in my pentameter,
    But as far as true, good fiction, alas.



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    Don, you write purty gud..
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    Re: POETRY - Can you write a Poem?

    Is this the space
    for me to place
    some words of ryth'm and rhyme?

    If I could
    I know I would --
    well, maybe some other time.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

    --Jonathan Rauch, Salon Magazine, March 13, 2000

    *the number is now forty

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    Here is an excerpt from the Neil Young song Rockin' In The Free World; a cynical view of the rock star's role in a broken society.

    I thought of it when I read Lefty's first piece, but this one has no hope in the end, it's pure tragedy. Very similar to Lefty's second piece/a hardcore description of sadness.

    I see a woman in the night
    With a baby in her hand
    Under an old street light
    Near a garbage can
    Now she puts the kid away,
    and she's gone to get a hit
    She hates her life,
    and what she's done to it
    There's one more kid
    that will never go to school
    Never get to fall in love,
    never get to be cool.


    I tear up when I hear those last four lines. Poor little kid.
    okay bye!

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    Querido Shih Tzu,
    You are most kind.

    While I am somewhat skilled at reacting and responding to something, my powers of prose progenesis pale.

    I can expound on a topic I have some passion for in great detail, but I am poor at proferring tales such as you have told.

    I will confess that I have an affinity for alliteration,
    and oft will find a line from a song to make a salient response,
    And I can play iambic in my pentameter,
    But as far as true, good fiction, alas.
    Fiction is that, fiction. But there's got to be a thread of truth weaved within the cloak that holds your nonsensical aspects in place.

    I try to imagine how J.D. Salinger, John Steinbeck or Ernest Hemingway must have released there inhibitions to be so bold and merciless.

    You have to free your inner thoughts and deep dark secrets to let them play.
    okay bye!

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    Mom and dad made something as kids
    Something not even on their grids

    He was the jock straps penultimate star
    Her looks and brains should take her far

    A hot summer night out at the lake
    they made one just one mistake.

    They passed on the prom queen and king
    Had a bigger date in the maternity wing

    Young in life but hardly free
    They chose to care of me.

    With things hey never had very much
    No mansions estates money and such

    They kept swinging from the toss to the pitch
    And life always threw them another bad hitch

    But they shared love and their very souls
    Gave them to me to reach my lifes goals

    Over the years I have done better than good
    Hit every target just as I said that I would

    I got a call and that destroyed me one day
    The man said accident they've gone away

    Their friends are all here and the funeral about to start
    You bury the bodies I have them buried deep in my heart.
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    Ok, different part two. and I'm not going going gone
    on liking any of my stuff....can you feel it...laugh, cry sniff or sigh
    depending on the piece. just don't yawn

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    Lefty,
    Your pieces are powerful.
    The love and sacrifice in your most recent post yes, are more in line with this "incorrigible romantic"'s ideals in life.

    That's not to take away from the intensity and the power of your previous post - it tore my heart out.


    And I know, if I'll only be true, to this glorious quest . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShihTzuTylenol View Post
    Fiction is that, fiction. But there's got to be a thread of truth weaved within the cloak that holds your nonsensical aspects in place.

    I try to imagine how J.D. Salinger, John Steinbeck or Ernest Hemingway must have released there inhibitions to be so bold and merciless.

    You have to free your inner thoughts and deep dark secrets to let them play.
    My dear friend,
    I have freed my inner thoughts and deep dark secrets - some here as posts to threads, a few times in-depth via PM to share with people who were in a state of turmoil themselves - I shared a) so they knew they weren't alone in their journeys,
    b) so they could see where I've been and how I'm still fighting the good fight, as it were, and keeping a stiff upper lip, eh wot? lol

    I think I rush too much to put pen to paper to build a story.


    And I know, if I'll only be true, to this glorious quest . . .

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    This is a story 'bout a man named 'dude,
    Workin' on the beach trying to make a trail not too crude,
    Earning not a penny one;
    doing it as manna for the soul, food.

    He has a heart of gold
    and a pocketbook of mold.
    His living quarters, growing old.
    And from his need, this post so Bold.

    His only shelter from the Sea,
    a broken down, old hunk of RV.
    Whose electrical now means strife,
    leaving the RV, not Fit for Life.

    So here's a link for you and me,
    What he's been up to for us to see,
    And if, when you're done perusing his pics,
    You can, maybe you'll help him find a fix
    for his accommodations that are on the nix.

    http://www.shortbeachtrail.org/


    And I know, if I'll only be true, to this glorious quest . . .

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    Wow.

    I'm at a loss for words. I was going to post those stupid rhymes I made about mike and lefty but in reading that new part II I feel this is hallowed ground now, and at least for the moment, humor will have to wait.

    I think something horrific happened to Lefty's mom and dad, and I need to know if they got to see him be successful before....
    idk...there must be more to this Lefty. Please share.




    btwNew Part II is a triumph in it's own rite, imo.
    okay bye!

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    "Q" anf "Tzu" I put some of my dumbest stuff in here and some of the stuff
    I actually feel. The dumb stuff 'cause its fun...the other becuase this is a
    relatively un touched part of JUB and the shields or what ever aren't the
    priority the other places are.

    My non joke stuff is submitted for you guys and a few others that can read it for what it actually says and not just the rhythm and rhyme. These aren't done for the..oh thats pretty shit. I need to feed on the emotional and intellectual
    response... plus sometimes it just feels good to 'put it out there.'

    Tzu, not going to open any closet doors....over time maybe i will share more, may you and Q will too. Suffice it to say my life has been an interesting journey both first and second hand. Ihave 1 each 1/2 bro and sis somewhere. 1 son I worship (the little bastard lol) and a wife of 30+ yrs. No other immediate family.
    This chapter of As The Stomach Churns is thirty.

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    The stiffening of the breeze

    shivered branches of the trees

    hanging in the midst of a vacuous sky

    a pale gibbous moon attempted to fly

    bodies to the left bodies to the right

    bodies scattered to hell all through this night

    As I walked there my mind was made and did roam

    These were the children called far away from home.

    The body parts and even the name tags too

    might once have been pieces of me and you.

    Come out now and take a stand

    Reach out now and give a hand

    Push aside labels ignore that name

    Look inside where we're all the same

    Give back to the people of this earth

    The Love the care the sense of worth

    It could happen and a wondrous thrill

    A world of kids taught to live not taught to kill.

    ----------------changed somewhere enroute-------------.

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    Lefty,
    That fits pretty squarely with my theme song.
    Actually, there are two that I have a particular fondness for -
    To Dream the Impossible Dream, and,
    Born Free - I can still picture the movie w/ the lions.

    What if . . . .

    Thanks for sharing your poem and a glimpse of your soul with us.


    And I know, if I'll only be true, to this glorious quest . . .

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    FOOTnote to the "Q"

    Lefty don't have no sole

    man don't wear unnerpants much

    and revels in his hillbilly DNA,

    celebrating with NO shoes.

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    I likes to freeball, myself, whenever I gets the chance.

    Gotta let the air nurture them boys.


    And I know, if I'll only be true, to this glorious quest . . .

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    Leave them swinging in the breeze

    she takes those boys with gentle ease

    makes them men and on your knees

    anytime they squirt or please.

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    He's known as Cowboy among all his friends
    and that's what he is and always will be,
    for he knows how to handle cattle and horses.
    His father says from his childhood he could see

    how animals listened to him when he spoke
    from the time he was a toddler just four,
    and all through his teen years they behaved
    as they do even now though now even more.

    And the guys and gals who live where he does
    respect him for being true to what he believes:
    that each human being has the right to exist
    and will live life to the fullest if he never deceives

    though it may hurt and even upset, but truth
    as he sees it, is the best thing to tell,
    and he in return asks his friends to be true,
    and from behaving this way life is lived well.

    They have deep respect for his manner of dress
    in the tightest Wranglers a young man can wear
    though they show off his asscrack and cockslit
    and balls as though he were naked but such a fair

    beauty of body and face compels people to follow him
    wherever he's seen be it at events held in rodeos
    or a shower for friends where he gets whipped
    when springing from a cake on his nimble toes,

    or strutting the stage at fashion show galas
    where he is voted as sporting the most golden locks
    or wearing (as noted) the skintightest Wrangs in the state
    or having among cowboys the biggest of cocks.

    He takes without yelping the most bullwhip strokes
    when punished for speeding or getting in scraps
    at the Friday night contests in defense of Jake
    whom he loves with the deepest devotion - perhaps

    any young man could feel for another. And he tells everyone
    how gorgeous Jake's face is, his ass and his eyes
    that light up when he sees him like stars in the heavens
    and he proclaims: "What a lover Jake is! What a prize!"

    And when they walk around town they cannot refrain
    from kissing and fondling each other's deep ass crack
    their crack seams expose (as noted above) and when they sit down
    for a burger and coffee of the world and time they lose track.

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    Nice work...

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    This is a bad thread to hit.....it causes thinking for a bit

    instead of talks of cocks and of rags and brags

    drooling at colorful pics of some big juicy dicks

    look for a fetish or two waiting here just for you

    filled with the worst of dirty porn and dirty people filled with scorn

    and its incidental by the way but the place is really gay

    This is a bad thread to hit.....it causes thinking for a bit
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    Whipped,

    You are nothing if not consistent
    in your choice of literary treats.
    And you've managed to package it
    in verse's valise!

    Those Wrangs wrapped round those cheeks and cocks,
    with heads full of golden tresses, locks,
    and a most intriguing view from their backs,
    truly does reveal some enticing cracks.

    You've written passionately, 'least a time or two,
    Of the joy?! received when they BullWhip You.

    I'm not from your home in the Lone Star State,
    and I KNOW I'd be walking with a tender gate,
    If e'er some Sheriff it befell my fate,
    to come cross purposes late on a date.

    That culture is alien to me, you see,
    it's nothing short of brutality.

    'haps once was a day when it's cat-o-nine,
    was not so tenderly applied to the 'hind,
    as a measure of just recompense
    for jumping another rancher's fence.

    For trying to make off with a steer or two,
    that belonged to HE, and not to you,
    Once warranted lynching on the nearest tree,
    as a lesson to learn, for all to see.

    Egads, Gadzooks, and Glory Be,
    He's now whipping the boys in Poetry!

    If whip the asses of those boys so well hung
    is a job that must have needs be done,
    Then, PLEASE, I implore you, use your TONGUE!
    (and be sure to lap up, all of their cum. )


    And I know, if I'll only be true, to this glorious quest . . .

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    This flower is scorched
    This film is on
    On a maddening loop.
    These clothes...
    These clothes don’t fit us right
    I’m to blame
    It’s all the same...
    It’s all the same

    You come to me with a bone in your hand
    You come to me with your hair curled tight
    You come to me with positions
    You come to me with excuses
    Ducked out in a row
    You wear me out...
    You wear me out

    We’ve been through fake-breakdowns
    Self hurt
    Plastics, collections
    Self help, self pain,
    EST, psychics, fuck all
    I was central
    I had control
    I lost my head
    I need this...
    I need this

    A paper weight, junk garage
    Winter rain, a honey pot
    Crazy, all the lovers have been tagged
    A hotline, a wanted ad
    It’s crazy what you could have had...
    It’s crazy what you could have had
    I need this...
    I need this
    okay bye!

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    Re: POETRY - Can you write a Poem?

    Hmmm.
    I definitely am going to have to let this one simmer in the ol' cranium for a bit.

    You've written something that takes wit
    to dig underneath all of it

    and understand what you mean
    and whither thou goest,
    which way do you lean.


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    I'm so sorry DQ, but I didn't write this one. It's a piece from my favorite poet Michael Stipe. I shall'nt forget to credit him in the future... please accept my humble apology.

    But your critique was spot on! You put it so beautifully, he is certainly a master at digging beneath it all and extracting the essence of a thought.

    This piece to me is saying, the relationship isn't working out anymore{This flower is scorched/these clothes don't fit us right} he's telling someone, it's over.{you wear me out} I believe.

    But he's also saying that all the things they have shared{the little things we all share with our significant others/junk garage/winter rain/sexual positions} were things he will always treasure and never lose{I need this...}

    And in the end I think he wants to say that somehow his partner [or perhaps himself?] will come to regret not having this relationship anymore{crazy what you could have had}
    But I need this...
    I need this




    I wanted to show you something with no specific pattern to it, yet has a cohesive message holding the pieces together.

    I want to write like that Q! I think I would do anything... short of selling my soul to the....**thunder claps in the distance**
    okay bye!

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    mine were the thoughts you cast aside

    egalitarian effrontery you cried

    yea to indoctrinations of the elite

    nay to the clamors of another effete

    your icons commanded an imperialist switch

    but nothing else changed and thats my bitch.

    discuss?
    why us?
    cause fuss?
    make muss?
    who amongs us?
    would dare discuss?


    When they all got caught
    I once had this thought
    That couldn't be bought
    what hath god wrought


    Just wondering.......

    If a guy who is circumcised tastes different
    than a guy who isn't,
    Does a guy who is vasectimised taste different
    than a guy who isn't?


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    C'est possible, mon ami Lefty, c'est possible.

    But, then again, we taste different, anyway, or so I am told,
    by others who have been so bold,
    as to sample more seed than their own.

    You are what you eat,
    and just like your sweat,
    your cum picks up flavours
    of what you have et.

    Garlic, Tomatoes, Onions, Whew!
    How to spice up your cum
    and the sweat of your groin, too.

    I guess there's only one real way
    to answer your question -
    and I think it won't get answered
    soon on any day.

    For to know for sure, we'd need volunteer
    to sample their fun
    then to Dr. Snip take them near,
    while maintaining their diet with
    all the same gum,
    then after a couple of weeks to clear the tubes,
    we'd have to sip of their cum.

    But, then they'd be stuck
    shooting blanks at the duck.
    And they likely would tell us
    No way, ourselves we could fuck.


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    Damn "Q" all you had to do was say you don't swallow. You didn't have to

    say no in such a gentle and sensitive manner. Of course I am abrim with

    regret and remorse having now to seek other recourse. To find one finally and

    at last who can enjoy even make me...their favorite repast.
    -------------------------
    When I wink

    Suck my dink

    I will squirt

    You eat the spurt

    If you pass

    I'll have your ass

    Not much to say

    I'll make your day

    You spread the cheek

    I'll use a sheik

    And then we are done

    Both of us had some fun
    -----------------

    was it worth the wait

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    Lefty, You Misinterp,
    I never said I wouldn't Slurp.

    I merely said,
    Those unsnipped would dread
    having their balls "severed" from their head.

    For they've no reason
    to see if "season"
    changes with the lack of seed.

    You & I don't qualify
    for we've no chance
    for the "pre" snip stance.

    But that doesn't mean
    we can't be seen
    supping from each others loins
    the privilege of who goes first
    decided by a toss of coins.



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    The ocean surged with a mighty roar
    and in its thunder thrust the body to shore

    the rampant waves they did recede
    and left the body there to bleed.


    no person could ever begin to tell
    what it was in that flotsom floated from hell

    all the dirt twice verdant once with green
    now dying dead and its coat obscene

    this place a mantle as of golden earth
    once shook with children and by their mirth

    and there were lovers on this pristine land
    making their love and babies in the sand

    but there came from a hole deep in the sea
    a seeping oozing monster now was set free

    unleashed unfettered released so to roam
    from sea to land it makes it all home

    But for now this day its appetite replete
    rest is needed come the morrow just repeat
    -----------------------------------


    too subtle...vague...just lousy? so obvious... clear...just perfect?

    can't hurt my feelings if you tell your truth.

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    Lefty,
    I certainly don't think it's lousy.
    Poignant, thought provoking.

    The symbolism is striking, haunting, downright scare the bejeezus out of you.

    Thanks for sharing some of your more revealing verse with us.


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    The Invincible Walls all now have towers

    as thick as any stone and mortared well

    Built through desperation and through fears

    that they might withstand the beasts of hell.

    A mind so bolstered and its battered guards

    show nothing and will never tell

    What scorches and scars choking all and still waits

    attacks again at each break of day

    feasting at the suppurating lesions of those nights

    of being cursed for being gay

    the head held low and drear no smile or any cheers

    For the soul of man now let us pray

    -----------------------------
    I dunno, wasn't where I thought I was going.

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    Our fauder whom are tin heaven
    bless us for these eye gives
    which we are about to receive
    in the land of the kingdonites...
    okay bye!

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    All kidding aside, I enjoyed this piece L, but I really think being gay is more a blessing than a curse. Just sayin'
    okay bye!

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    Lefty,
    That is powerful.
    Sad, oh so sorrowful.
    Unfortunately, it's also all too true of man's inhumanity to man.


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    Our Irreverent Shih Tzu is on the mend - his humour is coming back!


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    Here's a thought. I'll chose a theme or word and you(anyone whom wants to play) can write a piece around that theme or word... wanna play?

    Sure you do...now shut up while I think...hmmmm


    Dight


    The word is dight. Use it in a poem or lyric. Good luck, you have a week to finish. GO!
    okay bye!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonQuixote View Post
    Lefty,
    That is powerful.
    Sad, oh so sorrowful.
    Unfortunately, it's also all too true of man's inhumanity to man.
    Man can be such a bastard!Good job Lefty! It's about time someone pointed it out!

    Quote Originally Posted by DonQuixote View Post
    Our Irreverent Shih Tzu is on the mend - his humour is coming back!
    When you're on your deathbed and your dog's the only one mourning, you have to keep your sense of humor in tact.

    And I think Archie was more begging me to get up and pour him some Pedigree than really mourning, bless his heart.
    okay bye!

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    Hey, it could be worse. We have a cat. I still remember the CSI episode where the kit of the house got hungry when her mistress was killed - guess who was the main kit course?!

    THAT was gross.


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    In the darkest shadows of the night

    On the luscious body I prepared to DIGHT

    I licked and moistend cleansed and laved

    on that tawny flesh I throbbed and slaved

    to taste the meat my very soul so craved

    all through that dark and shadowed night

    five times and more we perfected the DIGHT

    -----------------------------
    well mr smartypants...was that what you wanted?

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    Oh, we did dight
    as we prepared to fight
    to purge the blight
    from our sight.

    'twas our seed
    that fulfilled the need
    to coat our loins
    from those poisonous quoins.


    My dear Lefty, I believe "proper" use of the word is a requirement -
    perhaps in a humourous or enigmatic way, but in a manner that
    the word is defined. You certainly get credit for creative use, though!

    dight

     /daɪt/ Show Spelled[dahyt] Show IPA
    –verb (used with object), dight or dight·ed, dight·ing. Archaic . to dress; adorn.


    Use dight in a Sentence

    See images of dight

    Search dight on the Web

    Origin:
    bef. 1000; ME dighten, OE dihtan to arrange, compose < L dīctāre ( see dictate); c. G dichten





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    World English Dictionary
    dight (daɪt) vb , dights , dighting , dight , dighted
    to adorn or equip, as for battle [Old English dihtan to compose, from Latin dictāre to dictate ]



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    Archie would never eat me, RIGHT ARCHIBALD? Archibald? Archie? Good dog...
    **Archie's eyes are glazed over/licking his chops**
    okay bye!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonQuixote View Post
    Oh, we did dight
    as we prepared to fight
    to purge the blight
    from our sight.

    'twas our seed
    that fulfilled the need
    to coat our loins
    from those poisonous quoins.
    sweet

    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    In the darkest shadows of the night

    On the luscious body I prepared to DIGHT

    I licked and moistend cleansed and laved

    on that tawny flesh I throbbed and slaved

    to taste the meat my very soul so craved

    all through that dark and shadowed night

    five times and more we perfected the DIGHT

    -----------------------------
    well mr smartypants...was that what you wanted?
    and sweet as well

    who wants to think of a theme now?
    okay bye!

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    Dear Don"Q"uitter,

    Had you pursued the learning curve with the alacrity you pursued the

    censure curve you would have noted the word not only can be used for

    ingestion and adornment, but originally indicated sexual congress....

    yes it meant FUCKING long before fucking did.

    In brief and as a lesson in etymology, please translate the following....

    Don't DIGHT with me or you will be DIGHTing excrement to cover your nudity

    and preparing to dight crow for your evening meal


    LOL, LOL, LOL

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    1000 pardons, oh wise one.

    My dictionary didn't make reference to the meanings found in Wikipedia. 'twas much more limited in scope.


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    Don....no even a smilie?

    I sweated my balls of on that last paragraph, it took longer than the whole bloody poem.

    BTW, I like quoins...seedless please, I'm on a diet.sase

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