Wednesday, February 29, 2012

"All poems cause side effects"

"All poems cause side effects" - fourteen threadless needles by Vito Pasquale

9 comments:

Joan Elizabeth said...

I love poetry too so I had to delve into this one. It's like a poem a bit unfathomable in parts and yet crystal clear in others. Good one.

BTW I changed my comment settings, maybe they will work better for you. Didn't know Blogger had changed things as I have been away for a bit.

Taken For Granted said...

There is a graffiti artist with a sense of humor, but I'll bet the building owner wasn't amused.

Martina said...

Joan Elizabeth, with this posting I am starting an experiment: quoting poetry. A little fact: the man the street is named after was a German poet and physician. He might have known about the side effects, ;-)

Thanks, that's nice. Blogger is changing things every other day since January. Without telling the bloggers, of course. But not getting emails when someone is answering a question or adding something to the comments kills every conversation.

TFG, we can't be sure - there might be house owners with humor, too.

Roberto said...

a Spanish poet said: "Poetry is a weapon loaded with future" historical name WAS Gabriel Celaya. I want more poetic experiments ...

"la poesía es un arma cargada de futuro"...

Martina said...

Roberto, this is crazy: I was commenting on your blog while you were commenting on mine ;-)

I like this saying very much.

Daniel said...

This made me smile every morning on my way to school.

Martina said...

Daniel, uugh, I didn't know this graffiti is _that_ ancient ... :-P

donnie said...

and some effect you in the middle :))

Martina said...

donnie, :-D

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