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    I can't work out if Corpsey is doing my head in more than CORP$EY or vice versa. Either way it's a mental tour de force. An almost terrifying performance piece, because it's true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CORP$EY View Post
    When God is praising Jesus for being such a chip off the old block it's like reading an Oscars acceptance speech

    If God had started slagging off Jesus it would have been compulsive reading
    Why dost thou, the Empyreal Godhead
    His Son addresses with great and mighty ire
    Not get a job and pay me rent for once?

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    american poetry="i stopped to pick up the bagel"

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    I just got Black Sun by Toby Martinez de la Rivas - think he's someone some of you lot might like:

    http://www.tupeloquarterly.com/seven...z-de-la-rivas/

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    "golden mop of hair ablow"
    in 2018, and hes my age. pre-raphelite poster on his bedroom wall. having a wank to the lady of shallot, eyes blurred with tears. outrageous.

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    The swallows began their display at
    dusk,
    streaming through rain: one curtseyed on the wing

    a move of such eloquence
    your a good man jenks but this is unacceptable.

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    If I was Toby Martinez de las Rivas I'd sign up, log in, quote luka and write

    ''Ablow me''


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    His face when he read Luka's comments

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    https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poe...hapel-wildhern

    Please read and annotate this luka lol you will love it

    ''I met her. The gray, lavish eyes. A ruthless stare softened
    by an accent. She was gracious, even to my callow posturing — 
    called one windy effort that ended O Lord thou draggest me out
    a most faithful homage to Eliot, grave with kindly mockery.''

    Don't want to hop on a bandwagon but I can't help but read this through the lens of a teary wank over the lady of shallot now and I picture him using the phrase 'm'lady' when acourting he does go.

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    Bet he does alright though MY GOD THOSE EYES

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    fucking hell! good work corpsey! i need to get out the house soon but this is too good to be true. will get on it when i get back.

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    People want Upskirting
    Taking of photos up skirts
    An offence
    How is it not
    Sick perverts need locking up

    - Neville Southall, Twitter

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    There's some better stuff later on in the collection and definitely he's more likely to have a picture of Geoffrey Hill over his futon.

    It was this interview that piqued my interest: https://lareviewofbooks.org/article/...de-las-rivas/#!

    anyway, i have no great affiliation with the bloke just thought i'd share some contemporary stuff.

    Maybe of more interest with people discussing epic poetry is Christopher Logue's great re-working of the Iliad - War Music https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poe...usic-continued

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