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Stephen Kopel from San Francisco is, in manner, modest, well-spoken, a gentleman, hardly mad-cappian. His poetic mind, however, seems to be an attic abuzz with scintillating static, generating verses of a nature zesty complete with unexpected
twists of meaning. This author – Spritz, Tender Absurdities and Picnic Poetry, contributor to over 340 journals worldwide – gives readers expertly crafted humorous portions of a language lasangna with a pinch of punnery packed with
funnery in a congenial package for their reading/listening pleasure!
The following work is Copyright © 2014, and owned by Stephen Kopel and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
it seemed like earth tilted a few (advanced) degrees
making an educated guess, a freshman class of
student union’s bowling alley declared a strike
public address system, eschewing dresses, began
elements in chemistry’s lab figured they’d polish
Keg partied with Lager and Ale over the county line
grass, left uncut, made for a smelly smoke
flower beds changed all sheets..pillow cases
spirit of knowledge imparted bemoans the multitude
student records are mailed out in vinyl format
Ana Thessing is a basic dilitante trying to be a serious poet.
The following work is Copyright © 2014, and owned by Ana Thessing and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
They do have a life of their own
And it was just my luck