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Lost in a sea of yarn and needles. Lusting after handmade socks and all things lacy


Second Annual Brigid in Cyberspace Poetry Reading

Lots of really great poetry out there. My contribution, written several years ago. There are three parts, but I won't post them all. If you want to read the rest it is at http://jasidog.com/poetry-content/24/web-life-trilogy

Web Life Trilogy
By Lyric - 18 September 03

He said "all that was, is now done"
"Sorry, babe you just ain't the one."

She said "oh, that is ok"
"Been flat, for awhile any way"

Her chirpy fingers type, LOL
Her soul has slowly gone grey

He said "We'll be friends forever"
She types "could it get any better?"

She is now vitriolic inside.
There is no smile in her eyes.

He thinks it has gone very well
No mess to clean up, no hell

she is now a pit dark as night
Crying out to the vanishing light

I hope you dick goes limp
I hope she laughs when you think
I hope she rips out your soul
I hope you never grow old
I hope she is your acid rain
I hope she gives you my pain

By Suzann
On Friday, February 02, 2007
At 2/02/2007 03:18:00 PM
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Blogger Grace Yaskovic Says:

very well spoken poem!! I really liked it, I too blogged a poem silently of course!

Blogger brooks Says:

Hullo, Suzanne. I remember that poem. After what I went thru 3 years ago, in hindsight, it was spot on.

Say hi to Angus for me. :)


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