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In honour of national poetry day... - A Most Illuminating Tale
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Robert Wells or Mr Waters
Date: 12.12 am, Friday 10th October, 2003
Subject: In honour of national poetry day...
Security: Public
Mood:blah
Music:Randy Newman - Louisiana (1927)
I have written a poem (between the hours of 23:45 and 00:04)


resting
I don't think I'm worth it
and she shouldnt care
for a man who's nocturnal
and covered in hair
who can talk you to sleep
and then still won't stop
who will stand by the cliffside
and threaten to drop
a man with no taste
a man with no style
a man who is living
his life in denial
who wakes up for dinner
and beds down at dawn
whose life is becoming
so tattered and torn
who dreams of your face
and then cries in his sleep
who would make you the oaths
that he knows he can't keep
who would tell you he loved you
by dim candlelight
and would vanish forever
like a thief in the night
but who loves you for now
and who's happy because
though she shouldn't care
I thank god that she does

I've done nothing useful again today. I feel like absolute shit. I've got a cold. And everything here smells of garlic.
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i_digress
User: i_digress_uk
Date: 6.10 pm, Friday 10th October, 2003 (UTC)
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sorry i've not commented yet. will do so in morning when brain is not mush. smoochies.
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Robert Wells or Mr Waters
User: weaselspoon
Date: 6.08 am, Sunday 23rd November, 2003 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
maybe it's just your brain is still mush....
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i_digress
User: i_digress_uk
Date: 3.15 pm, Sunday 23rd November, 2003 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Actually it's more like woke up late and had to rush out to run a workshop. Home again onw (obviously) and not exasctly...coherent. Can't even remember what I was going to comment on. So should go re-read. But not making anymore promises re comments cos I really don't want to be a liar. Ooops.
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