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re: Do they write poetry in heaven  bologna  2 Feb 07 10:29AM Post Reply

poetry is hell.

re: Do they write poetry in heaven  unknown  2 Feb 07 10:31AM Post Reply

hell is my heaven

re: Do they write poetry in heaven  bologna  2 Feb 07 10:34AM Post Reply

grin like a gingerbread man.

re: Do they write poetry in heaven  Esoteric  2 Feb 07 10:34AM Post Reply

poetry is hell - hell is heaven - heaven is poetry ... i'm spotting a pattern here.

re: Do they write poetry in heaven  unknown  2 Feb 07 10:41AM Post Reply

"and the flowers are still standing"

re: Do they write poetry in heaven  tillmorgan  2 Feb 07 12:02PM Post Reply

Shall we turn this over to Andrew Weber?  I think there's a muscial here.l

re: Do they write poetry in heaven  unknown  2 Feb 07 12:23PM Post Reply

Andrew Weber? I learned him everything he knows.

re: Do they write poetry in heaven  nightengale  2 Feb 07 2:32PM Post Reply

> Andrew Weber? I learned him everything he knows.

love him in phantom of the opera- that was him, right?

poetry in heaven? hmm...maybe but it would be all about God and how great he is. There would be no pain or sadness so what does that do to poetry? Since it seems poetry comes from pain and sadness most of the time? at least, the really good poetry does.

of course, there is happy poetry but I think you get the point of what I am asking.

re: Do they write poetry in heaven  Esoteric  2 Feb 07 3:44PM Post Reply

really good poetry does not simple come from sadness and pain. that is too general a remark. look at gnormal's poetry, or Varun's - they're not shrouded by by the curse of a poet. not all things are tragic.


> > Andrew Weber? I learned him everything he knows.
>
> love him in phantom of the opera- that was him, right?
>
> poetry in heaven? hmm...maybe but it would be all about God and how
> great he is. There would be no pain or sadness so what does that do to
> poetry? Since it seems poetry comes from pain and sadness most of the
> time? at least, the really good poetry does.
>
> of course, there is happy poetry but I think you get the point of what
> I am asking.

re: Do they write poetry in heaven  Mor  2 Feb 07 5:01PM Post Reply

Who says that they write good poetry that is unsubstantiated conjecture.

Their poetry is juvenile drivel.

This is poetry.

Come on my wary friend, let us be bold
to mimic so those carpet knights of old.
Where carrying wind is tossed as high as ear
and horsemen ne’er, their prancing steps; they fear.

Read the metaphor, not the nonsense of abstraction.

Mor

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