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« on: 11-03-2005 12:25 »


you were thegreatest,
how i love your juicy oils

anchovy the juice, good

one day;
You; the anchovy fish!
forwhom I breathe

anchovy is me;
understood am i by anchovy,

me the doctor of medicalmedicine
WHY caN’T i clone you
Ohtasty anchovI-

will miss you

a free meal
not the anchovies
ilovedyou anY
(that is the-)
Way it will be

I; guess.
from   now on-

it is mold sandwiches and cucumber cheese

Professor Zoidberg, of the animated television show Futurama, wrote this poem shortly after he devoured the last known specimen of anchovy in the Universe. It is important to note that the anchovy became extinct due to over fishing by Professor Zoidberg’s fellow crustaceans who considered the fish to be a delicacy.

What do you think? Does it remind anyoneof the styling of E.E. Cummings?

Urban Legend
« Reply #1 on: 11-03-2005 12:49 »

Bad poetry?
Oh noetry!

Actually, that was quite good (for a modernist poem,) but I think we'd all like to see any further submissions in the thread I just linked you to.

Bending Unit
« Reply #2 on: 11-03-2005 13:05 »

can we do some??

« Reply #3 on: 11-03-2005 15:58 »

Oops. Didn't know it existed.
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