Turning the other cheek since 75.
i liked very much your small poem for your blog it was very interesting ..
thank you. and i like very much your name.
I have a friend named Shushi! Shushi is that you!?Actually her name is Ksusha, silent K, but turned into a 'sh' sound somehow. Then we shorten it to Ksu. Then when I'm whining to her about something it becomes Ksushi.Anyway ummm...infinitesimal brilliance! I love it. Basil smell is intoxicating and wonderfully potent for the post-nasal drip sufferer. Don't ask how I know, just believe it.Hmmm...This has the quiet elegance of a Wordsworth poem, but way WAY more clever.
you're always comparing me to him. i never considered myself a fan of wordsworth.i do like to play with the words, eh? but i wouldn't call this work (which i just started on last night at the coffeeshop, btw, and is nowhere near complete) brilliant, certainly not w/ that adverb.
Noooot Wordsworth, I always compare you to Eliot, maaaan. (I don't really like Wordsworth either, but this reminded me of Tintern Abbey a lil, which I like). And you do write A LOT like Eliot, a lil more reserved though, that's the only major difference.It is brilliant, anything small is brilliant. Think about it.queer-weed-weapon!(qrwidwpn)
t.s. eliot? wow. dude's a lot more knowledgeable than i am. for instance, he knows more sanskrit than me.is tintern alley near tin pan alley?i do like eliot, although i wouldn't really consider him an influence either, for said reason. but, in any case, thanks for the compliments. i do take them to heart.
tintern abbey. just caught that.and now, it's time for bed. no warren zevon for me.
Be kind. Rewind.