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Array ( [sid] => 132992 [catid] => 1 [aid] => mick [title] => Sam's Story Circles -- Onomatopoeia -- (for Nick Carbo) [time] => 2007-03-23 18:17:34 [hometext] => When verses versus Sam_BOOK_1; historical,political,news,english,definitions,war,dedication,duty,patriotism,hate,love [bodytext] =>
Sam ***** out his
Amen-or-rhea (honor, propriety)
when each he saw the full moon.

Sam ***** out his
fantasia Bahia grass (fancy bizarre roving, unrestricted Amazonian weeds)
when each soccer ball, fully
hit onto the field, ended the match in a tie.

Sam ***** out his
Chorea: spasmodic chorus: facial blitzkriegs: limbic (nose/brain) motions
when the League of Nations ended by a full triple alliance
due to acrid odor in its olfactory bulb.

Sam ***** out his
Diarrhea (frequent intestinal evacuations of the green-backed fluid stools)
when red red wine unarmed the kea (large dull parrot) slashing Samís fascist
back in blitzkriegs to feed on English kidney fat/ Russian breast milk.

Sam ***** out his
Logo-rr-heic (excessive and often incoherent talkativeness
or wordiness), Peripeteia (a sudden or unexpected reversal)
when each panacean (all-healing), United Nations task congealed
after the Great war to end all wars had ended.

Sam ***** out his
Sangria of Pro-so-popoeia (speech in which an imaginary or absent person represents the personification of the poet)
when finally he had a War on terror Mission to become Uncle Sam [comments] => 2 [counter] => 168 [topic] => 51 [informant] => dwgpoet [notes] => [ihome] => 0 [alanguage] => english [acomm] => 0 [haspoll] => 0 [pollID] => 0 [score] => 8 [ratings] => 2 [editpoem] => 1 [associated] => [topicname] => Event )
Sam's Story Circles -- Onomatopoeia -- (for Nick Carbo)

Contributed by dwgpoet on Friday, 23rd March 2007 @ 06:17:34 PM in AEST
Topic: Event




Sam ***** out his
Amen-or-rhea (honor, propriety)
when each he saw the full moon.

Sam ***** out his
fantasia Bahia grass (fancy bizarre roving, unrestricted Amazonian weeds)
when each soccer ball, fully
hit onto the field, ended the match in a tie.

Sam ***** out his
Chorea: spasmodic chorus: facial blitzkriegs: limbic (nose/brain) motions
when the League of Nations ended by a full triple alliance
due to acrid odor in its olfactory bulb.

Sam ***** out his
Diarrhea (frequent intestinal evacuations of the green-backed fluid stools)
when red red wine unarmed the kea (large dull parrot) slashing Samís fascist
back in blitzkriegs to feed on English kidney fat/ Russian breast milk.

Sam ***** out his
Logo-rr-heic (excessive and often incoherent talkativeness
or wordiness), Peripeteia (a sudden or unexpected reversal)
when each panacean (all-healing), United Nations task congealed
after the Great war to end all wars had ended.

Sam ***** out his
Sangria of Pro-so-popoeia (speech in which an imaginary or absent person represents the personification of the poet)
when finally he had a War on terror Mission to become Uncle Sam




Copyright © dwgpoet ... [ 2007-03-23 18:17:34]
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Re: Sam's Story Circles -- Onomatopoeia -- (for Nick Carbo) (User Rating: 1 )
by needledancing on Saturday, 24th March 2007 @ 12:01:42 AM AEST
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My first instinct is to ask ...so you hate the news too? but I may be wrong...it does have a frustrated out of your mind rhythm though...and a I hate war yes....so of course being a pacifist I would love it...good write ..sparked my currently dormant brain...Yes I like this...indeed.


Re: Sam's Story Circles -- Onomatopoeia -- (for Nick Carbo) (User Rating: 1 )
by needledancing on Tuesday, 27th March 2007 @ 06:05:08 AM AEST
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I was advised that I voted a 1 for this piece which I have never voted a 1 for any poem in here...I gave this a 5 as I enjoyed it very much as previously posted.




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