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Posted by: Phaedrus Oct 3 2001, 04:51 AM
So many are hurt
Largo, Ping (maybe Miho?).
Now, Dead Piro day!

Posted by: onion_head Oct 3 2001, 04:58 AM
No! I say in pain
I got up early for this?
At least it's something...

Posted by: smurd Oct 3 2001, 05:30 AM
What a relief: no
character development
for a little while.

A chance to finish
Rime before Miho becomes
someone different.


Posted by: Glump Oct 3 2001, 08:19 AM
Japanese cars are
Reflective of how space is
At a premium

Efficient to the
Point of nigh-unusable
Most people won't fit

But, by fluke or by
Design, they're perfect size for
The human conscience

(Is the metaphor
Apt, too? Do they perhaps run
On solar power?)


Posted by: Echo Oct 3 2001, 08:49 AM
Housman's words apply:
Now--for a breath I tarry
Gotta love break time...

Posted by: squee Oct 3 2001, 09:02 AM
Lovely Seraphim,
short hair and flared pants reveal
an artist's vision.

Miho, darkly cute,
does not make me ph33r th3 l0v3
quite like Seraphim

Flying through the air,
her sage words and sane advice
aid Piro's conscience.

With the coolest clothes,
sitting on Piro's shoulder,
Seraphim looks cute.

---

Cars as small as that
would be useful in Japan,
where space is money.
---

- Squee


Posted by: Traks Oct 3 2001, 12:59 PM
Pretty Seraphim
Rather sexy for "bad" art
Cigarette or not.

Posted by: smurd Oct 4 2001, 06:43 AM
O! Recrudescent,
the Age of Polyester
is yet upon us

Posted by: Phaedrus Oct 4 2001, 07:41 AM
quote:
Originally posted by smurd:
O! Recrudescent,
the Age of Polyester
is yet upon us

smurd-san is famous
for his vocabulary.
But recrudescent?

My brain still reels from
"crustaceosity" and
"anthropophagi".

Surely you don't mean
she smells like used motor oil!
I think I'm confused.


Posted by: smurd Oct 4 2001, 09:36 AM
I would never say
such things of S.! However,
it, recrudesence,

is doubly punful:
for polyester is from
'crude' manufactured!

[ October 04, 2001: Message edited by: smurd ]


Posted by: Phaedrus Oct 4 2001, 12:38 PM
Oh I understood,
I merely loved its fine
obscurosity.

Far be it from me
to cry "neologism!"
You know I love words.

[ October 04, 2001: Message edited by: Phaedrus ]


Posted by: smurd Oct 4 2001, 02:13 PM
I sincerely hope
Seraphim takes no offense
from this japery.

Truly I love words:
That's why I learn languages.
They're all wonderful.


Posted by: rsg_6100 Oct 4 2001, 05:14 PM
art art art art art
art art art art art art art
art art art art dead?

Posted by: smurd Oct 4 2001, 05:44 PM
quote:
Originally posted by rsg_6100:
art art art art art
art art art art art art art
art art art art dead?

Ars longa, vita
brevis; et de gustibus,
non disputandem.


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