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walkaboutsverse
2010-02-24 11:10:43 UTC
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Many of the links on my last thread are now dead, thus I'm starting
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Poem 2 of 230: WALKABOUT WITH MY PEN

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Once drove an old sedan, up north,
From a place in Sydney to Cairns;
Then to Kuranda I went forth,
By train, to look without set plans.

I browsed through the trendy market,
With fresh fruits of tropical kind;
Walked to the creek through lush thicket -
Nature’s hand giving peace of mind.

I dined in a scenic cafe;
Then, outside, as I wrote for yen,
Some passing Kooris called-out: “Hey,
You go walkabout with your pen.”

Request or question, I don’t know -
Assured voices, elderly men.
That’s now several years ago,
And I’ve seen the world - with my pen.

(C) David Franks 2003
From WalkaboutsVerse; hear it here - http://myspace.com/walkaboutsverse
Geoff Berrow
2010-02-24 11:47:19 UTC
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On Wed, 24 Feb 2010 03:10:43 -0800 (PST), walkaboutsverse
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(C) David Franks 2003
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Priceless...
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Will Dockery
2010-02-24 14:21:04 UTC
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Post by walkaboutsverse
Many of the links on my last thread are now dead, thus I'm starting
again with...
Poem 2 of 230: WALKABOUT WITH MY PEN
C F G G A A G G
C G A A G G F F
C A A A G G F F
C G A G A G F F
C F G G A A G G
C F G G A G F F)
Once drove an old sedan, up north,
From a place in Sydney to Cairns;
Then to Kuranda I went forth,
By train, to look without set plans.
I browsed through the trendy market,
With fresh fruits of tropical kind;
Walked to the creek through lush thicket -
Nature’s hand giving peace of mind.
I dined in a scenic cafe;
Then, outside, as I wrote for yen,
Some passing Kooris called-out: “Hey,
You go walkabout with your pen.”
Request or question, I don’t know -
Assured voices, elderly men.
That’s now several years ago,
And I’ve seen the world - with my pen.
(C) David Franks 2003
From WalkaboutsVerse; hear it here - http://myspace.com/walkaboutsverse
Heh. I guess it hasn't sunk home yet you are not one of the Skilled
Poets.
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Will Dockery
2010-02-24 15:29:55 UTC
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Post by walkaboutsverse
Many of the links on my last thread are now dead, thus I'm starting
Post by walkaboutsverse
again with...
Poem 2 of 230: WALKABOUT WITH MY PEN
C F G G A A G G
C G A A G G F F
C A A A G G F F
C G A G A G F F
C F G G A A G G
C F G G A G F F)
Once drove an old sedan, up north,
    From a place in Sydney to Cairns;
Then to Kuranda I went forth,
    By train, to look without set plans.
I browsed through the trendy market,
    With fresh fruits of tropical kind;
Walked to the creek through lush thicket -
    Nature s hand giving peace of mind.
I dined in a scenic cafe;
    Then, outside, as I wrote for yen,
Some passing Kooris called-out: Hey,
    You go walkabout with your pen.
Request or question, I don t know -
    Assured voices, elderly men.
That s now several years ago,
    And I ve seen the world - with my pen.
(C) David Franks 2003
From WalkaboutsVerse; hear it here -http://myspace.com/walkaboutsverse
Hello, David... the last post from "Will Dockery" was a forgery, will
return, read and comment later.

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Will Dockery
2010-02-24 15:43:35 UTC
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Post by walkaboutsverse
Many of the links on my last thread are now dead, thus I'm starting
Post by walkaboutsverse
again with...
Poem 2 of 230: WALKABOUT WITH MY PEN
C F G G A A G G
C G A A G G F F
C A A A G G F F
C G A G A G F F
C F G G A A G G
C F G G A G F F)
Once drove an old sedan, up north,
    From a place in Sydney to Cairns;
Then to Kuranda I went forth,
    By train, to look without set plans.
I browsed through the trendy market,
    With fresh fruits of tropical kind;
Walked to the creek through lush thicket -
    Nature s hand giving peace of mind.
I dined in a scenic cafe;
    Then, outside, as I wrote for yen,
Some passing Kooris called-out: Hey,
    You go walkabout with your pen.
Request or question, I don t know -
    Assured voices, elderly men.
That s now several years ago,
    And I ve seen the world - with my pen.
(C) David Franks 2003
From WalkaboutsVerse; hear it here -http://myspace.com/walkaboutsverse
Hello, David... the last post from "Will Dockery" was a forgery, will
return, read and comment later.
Ok, David, my coment is that you have a lot to learn from Skilled Poets
like myself about poetry. Stay tuned...
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Barbara's Cat
2010-02-24 15:59:11 UTC
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Hello, David... the last post from "Will Dockery" was a forgery,
Pssst, Goober, you are slipping. You forgot to maliciously waste
the NSPs' valuable storage space by attaching the post's header
and by reposting the entire contents of its body even though it
was already shown in the post you attached your "evidence" to.

Do try to be consistent with your criminal behavior, eh, Goober?
Post by Will Dockery
will return, read and comment later.
Treats to do harm are also considered criminal behavior, Goober.
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"I win."
- Goober Dockery
getting nowhere,
gaining nothing,
again.
Will Dockery
2010-02-24 16:39:45 UTC
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Pssst <slap>
Thanks for stopping by, Barbie.

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Barbara's Cat
2010-02-24 17:35:15 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Hello, David... the last post from "Will Dockery" was a forgery,
Pssst, Goober, you are slipping. You forgot to maliciously waste
the NSPs' valuable storage space by attaching the post's header
and by reposting the entire contents of its body even though it
was already shown in the post you attached your "evidence" to.
Do try to be consistent with your criminal behavior, eh, Goober?
Post by Will Dockery
will return, read and comment later.
Treats to do harm are also considered criminal behavior, Goober.
Thanks
No problem, Goober, I'm here to help.
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"I win."
- Goober Dockery
getting nowhere,
gaining nothing,
again.
Will Dockery
2010-02-24 17:41:32 UTC
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Treats to do harm are also considered criminal behavior
I'm sure they are, has anyone posted something like that, lately?

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Barbara's Cat
2010-02-24 19:47:26 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Hello, David... the last post from "Will Dockery" was a forgery,
Pssst, Goober, you are slipping. You forgot to maliciously waste
the NSPs' valuable storage space by attaching the post's header
and by reposting the entire contents of its body even though it
was already shown in the post you attached your "evidence" to.
Do try to be consistent with your criminal behavior, eh, Goober?
Post by Will Dockery
will return, read and comment later.
Treats to do harm are also considered criminal behavior, Goober.
Thanks
No problem, Goober, I'm here to help.
I'm sure
Of course you are, Goober, because as we both know,
unlike lying you and your twin George, I never lie.
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"I win."
- Goober Dockery
getting nowhere,
gaining nothing,
again.
Will Dockery
2010-02-24 19:59:09 UTC
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Treats to do harm are also considered criminal behavior
"Treats to do harm", Barbie?

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Barbara's Cat
2010-02-24 20:11:38 UTC
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"Treats to do harm"
Treats to do harm are considered as criminal.
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"I win."
- Goober Dockery
getting nowhere,
gaining nothing,
again.
walkaboutsverse
2010-02-25 22:23:23 UTC
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On a lighter note, nice walkabout pic, Will! ;-)>
Speaking of dishonest,
And Goober Dockery, the poster child for Dishonest, waddles up.
I'm sure I am, has anyone posted something like that, lately? Ok, go on,
call me a worthless, little town hick, whose wife ran away with another
man, took my kids and left me to my self-centered, bullshit life in the
middle of fucking nowhere.
Go ahead, Barbie, Peter J. Ross can't protect me either.
    _____________
                            /             \
                           |   BARBIE OWNz   |
                           | ME   |
                            \__   ________/
                              / ,'
                             /,'   _
                    .-.   .-.     |_|
                   ( o )_( o )    | |
               __ / '-'   '-' \  _| |_
              /  /      "     _ | | | |_
             |   \   -_____- | `| | | | |
              \  \`-._______.|          |
          _.-`   /\)          \        /
         (_     / /  /.___.  \  \    / )
          (_.(_/ /  (_      \  \/  / _)
                (_(_)_)       \___/
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walkaboutsverse
2010-02-27 18:38:17 UTC
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Dear Sneez: I'm an English republican.
In North-West England...
Poem 114 of 230: CLITHEROE CASTLE’S VIEWS - SUMMER 2000
From outside metres-thick wall
    (Down on leafy grounds grown tall,
Then across stony households
    To lush-green sheep-grazing folds,
And up further to the moor),
    Clitheroe Castle’s views soar.
(C) David Franks 2003
Fromhttp://blogs.myspace.com/walkaboutsverse(e-book)
Orhttp://walkaboutsverse.webs.com(e-scroll)
Poem 36 of 230: WALKABOUT MEXICO
In late December,
    1996,
I can remember
    Being in a fix -
For time and pesos -
    And, thus, unable
To see Mexico s
    Sights commendable.
So, in Tijuana,
    I enjoyed the show
At a miniature
    Model Mexico.
Some of the best poetry I have ever seen. Thanks for posting.
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I wonder if you applied you could be
appointed to Her Majesties Court
as Court Jester.  You could flop
about whilst reciting this metered
drivel gowned in the finest jester
regalia and sporting a churlish tone
in the same manner as say Richard
Pryor or Don Knotts.
Please, give it your consideration.
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walkaboutsverse
2010-02-28 09:52:26 UTC
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Poem 143 of 230: OLYMPICS OR GLOBALISATION?

Largely, I’d say, an Olympic Games is
One nation’s way v. other nations,
During fairly-fought sport competitions -
“Citius, altius, fortius.”

So, if all states become multicultural
Or humans become culturally one
(Through settlement and globalisation),
Holding Olympics would become null.

(C) David Franks 2003
From http://blogs.myspace.com/walkaboutsverse (e-book)
Or http://walkaboutsverse.webs.com (e-scroll)
arse
That's you that is.
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za kAT
2010-02-28 10:31:40 UTC
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Poem 143 of 230: OLYMPICS OR GLOBALISATION?
Largely, I’d say, an Olympic Games is
One nation’s way v. other nations,
During fairly-fought sport competitions -
“Citius, altius, fortius.”
So, if all states become multicultural
Or humans become culturally one
(Through settlement and globalisation),
Holding Olympics would become null.
(C) David Franks 2003
The elephant is a graceful bird
That flits from tree to bough
It lays it's eggs in a strawberry bush
And twitters like a cow

Anon
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Will Dockery
2010-02-28 14:11:24 UTC
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Poem 143 of 230: OLYMPICS OR GLOBALISATION?
Largely, I’d say, an Olympic Games is
One nation’s way v. other nations,
During fairly-fought sport competitions -
“Citius, altius, fortius.”
So, if all states become multicultural
Or humans become culturally one
(Through settlement and globalisation),
Holding Olympics would become null.
(C) David Franks 2003
The elephant is a graceful bird
That flits from tree to bough
It lays it's eggs in a strawberry bush
And twitters like a cow
Anon
Some of the best poetry I have ever seen. Thanks for posting.
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Will Dockery
2010-02-28 14:11:05 UTC
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Poem 143 of 230: OLYMPICS OR GLOBALISATION?
Largely, I’d say, an Olympic Games is
One nation’s way v. other nations,
During fairly-fought sport competitions -
“Citius, altius, fortius.”
So, if all states become multicultural
Or humans become culturally one
(Through settlement and globalisation),
Holding Olympics would become null.
Some of the best poetry I have ever seen. Thanks for posting.
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http://www.myspace.com/gayincarolina
not ggamble
2010-02-25 22:27:58 UTC
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Post by Barbara's Cat
Treats to do harm are also considered criminal behavior
I'm sure they are, has anyone posted something like that, lately?
Maybe 'treats to do harm' are posted on alt.sex.spanking or similar
groups, but not on AAPC.
Post by Will Dockery
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Will Dockery
2010-02-25 23:43:12 UTC
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Post by Barbara's Cat
Treats to do harm are also considered criminal behavior
I'm sure they are, has anyone posted something like that, lately?
Maybe 'treats to do harm' are posted on alt.sex.spanking or similar
groups, but not on AAPC.
Poor Barbie let it slip, it seems...

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