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Japanese Noodles
by April Pittman

Monday, April 18, 2005
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Gorillas will never walk upright.
Spoons don't pierce hearts.
Tears at the point of contact
never saved my confounded soul.
You stole it anyway.

I'm in Nod, honey.
I'm in Nevernevernod.
Honey. Honey. Honey.

I'm in Nod.

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Reviewed by Alexandre Arnau 4/24/2005
i don't get it either...
Reviewed by April Pittman 4/19/2005
close but japanese noodles did apply to the poem. figure that one out Vaeni.
Reviewed by Jeremy Vaeni 4/19/2005 know...gorillas maybe shouldn't ever walk upright. I mean monkey's tried it and look how that ended up.

I like that this is one of those coded "only the author knows for sure" pieces that opens the door to the reader just enough to make us wanna figure it out. Then I look at the title and realize it has nothing to do with the poem. You got bored and silly and said "Screw it. Japanese Noodles." It's just what came to mind.

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