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Monday, 16 February 2009

Monday Poetry Train Revisited #15

Written for and posted to Monday Poetry Train Revisited

NaisaiKu..

never say never
never say never say no
never say never
NEVER SAY NEVER SAY NO
never say never
never say never say no
never say never

never
say never
say no
SAY NEVER
say no
say never
never

never
never say
no say
NEVER SAY
no say
never say
never

never never say
no say never say no say
never say never
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17 comments:

  1. I THINK I'm getting the message :-)

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  2. alright already!!!

    I like it! ;)

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  3. Hi Tony, I'm sorry that I'm getting so boring, I'll be posting something very different next week, honestly!

    Thanks Angie!!!

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  4. Cool - I never say never and rarely say no. Enjoyed this!!

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  5. Repeating the repetition - I NEVER thought of that, NO sir...kind of emphasises the concept of NaisaKu.

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  6. I liked the rhythm and symmetry. I've never read a poem with so many nevers! Very cool...

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  7. i see that u too are addicted to Naisaiku .. i love palying with it but dnt get time for experimentation..

    ps:adding you to my blogroll :)

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  8. Hi Sue@Tumblewords, Can you lend me a Million Dollars... Please?

    Hi Linda, I think it must have got stuck in my brain, did I say brain?

    Hi Stan, I think I nicked the title from Ian Flemming...

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  9. Hi John, I've never written one like this before! No, I've ne...

    Hi Pretty You!! experimentation is the thing with this form - just a bit of fun! ps: likewise!

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  10. LOL...I enjoyed this. I felt the urge to chant it while dancing and beating on drums! :~)

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  11. So do we make a chant or something?!

    *grin*

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  12. Hi FP, my son Jack's the drummer in our house but I like to chant!

    Hi Gautami, der der der, but of course, we MUST!

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  13. that's the most fun i've had reading a poem in a long time. i like these repetition things for the way the words eventually loose all meaning, and look as odd on the page as gibberish.

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  14. Well Well...
    this was something different.

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  15. Hi Nairobi, I was just looking for your blog!

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