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    Nah tbh I just did it for a lark
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    Me and Woops spent the early hours of one New Years morning smoking DMT and reading the book together.

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    Any good?

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    Do not love this man. He makes Friday's unbearable.

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    He gives me a headache.

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    Quote Originally Posted by version View Post
    He gives me a headache.
    His poems completely shut me out at first.

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    Then maybe I could read a line or two. Not get much out of it. But at least be able to read it. I've not encountered any other writing which has done that. It had a force field around it. It repelled me. No way in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    His poems completely shut me out at first.
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    Then maybe I could read a line or two. Not get much out of it. But at least be able to read it. I've not encountered any other writing which has done that. It had a force field around it. It repelled me. No way in.
    That's how I feel at the moment. He's a perfect example of what I was talking about re: worrying about being duped and the emperor's new clothes. Also what you and entertainment were talking about re: am I not clever enough/not getting it or is it just bollocks?

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    Juniper, moss agate, jurassic boredom glows in the empty waiting room"

    "searching the band for another station reveals new liassic beds near the previous shelf."

    "They are zealots in the park all over"

    "Then I eat a care-
    ful selection of food.
    My fork skim thought-
    fully from side to
    side. I keep up a
    steady munch"

    "He now drops the heavenly coin in the doorway"

    "So that Jerome springs back into place, your friendly dental technician trailing his new bridge-work"

    "The redeemed corset strains into view again and we perk up finally by the counter"

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