poetry critical

online poetry workshop

what the fuck good use is it then it's not a person

google search: go to paradise to live there forever
top 3 results:
go to Heaven
3 He also said: {In Paradise there are things which no eye has seen, ... sadness, or death; God will be pleased with you; and you will live there forever. ...
www.43things.com/things/view/6210/go-to-heaven -
Will all Muslims go to Hell?
... there forever. Obviously, it cannot be that all go through hell (Sura 19:71) and that martyrs go directly to paradise, being spared hell, and "they live ...
www.answering-islam.org/Quran/Contra/qi029.html -
Home Page for Paul A. Norman
Have You Ever Wanted To Go To Paradise? How Would You Like To Live There Forever? There Is A Way! When The Lord God Created The Planets, Stars, ...
I’m a young man, delirious but intelligent, scared of this great country, and looking to escape the realities it has pressed upon me. Perhaps I should have been a bit more specific.
previous search: symptoms of schizophrenia

12 Jul 08

Rated 10 (8.3) by 1 users.
Active (1):
Inactive (2): 5, 10, 10

(define the words in this poem)
(28 more poems by this author)

(1 user considers this poem a favorite)

Add A Comment:
Enter the following text to post as unknown: captcha



Where are you coming from?

This is great - but it fractures my mind in trying to comprehend it.

Religion is crazy and there's no clinical term for that kind of crazy.
 — rattlesnakes

i don't know what to say
 — unknown

Faith through plastic medium.  This is entirely too cool.
 — nugunz

i like ||1 & 13.

wish there were more original, personal lines in this
but pretty good nonetheless.

: )
 — fractalcore

more blog entry and only as good as the author's wit, and ability to throw words on the page and get them to live with each other. this one sort of pens them in the same place, but they're mooing, dude, and need water to make this powder into paste.
 — joey

why'd you leave out the playstation blog? perhaps the 'feeding on violence of adolescent minds'. bah. anyway.

a 'found poem'. good one.

you have a few lines - 1,12,13, and they pack a punch; the 'social commentary' is wicked. good thought, good eyes.

would you consider formatting the thoughts from the the whole of the middle; interpreting it, and then making it into another piece?
 — varun