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undecent
by Josephine M Bohen
Tuesday, April 08, 2003

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I told myself
I was going to write something
decent
versus undecent I guess
been reading a lot lately
lots of war
lots of pretty stuff
some sad stuff
even some Sexy Stuff
some real poetry imagery type stuff
nice
and that’s kindof what I’d like to do
except
it doesn’t work for me that way
nope
I get what I get
undecent
hate when I type a word that gets
The Squiggly Red Line
means
it’s not a word
means I have
“chosen a word that is not
in the English language”
I do that way too much
all the time
everyday
I’m making up words
to suit what I wanta say
see more red lines
won’t stop me though
won’t stop this
undecent piece
which is really indecent
of me
beings English is my first and only
language
if’n you don’t count
josie words
but who cares about rules
the ABCs of writing poetry
what is P O E T R Y
if it isn’t writing it
like you want
and
if you absolutely have nothing to say
which has been my
m o
lately
then you just ramble
and waste a bunch of time and space
and
energy that people fine nice people
could
be
using reading
some REAL poetry
getting inspired and shit
instead of coming in here
and listening to my bull
about
writing
something
decent
which after all turns out to be
friggin
unindecent
is that a double negative

bye leaving now

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Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 4/11/2003
most interesting and most enjoyable!!
Reviewed by Buddy Angel 4/9/2003
You could not have said it better.

Buddy
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 4/9/2003
Well I love your indecent sounds! This was quite wonderful!

Reindeer
Reviewed by Larry Skahill 4/9/2003
truly josie
Reviewed by Marilyn Seray 4/8/2003
I always love what you have to say
Reviewed by William Bonilla 4/8/2003
Josie,
This is great, excellent write

William
Reviewed by Nancy D. 4/8/2003
You know how to make me laugh.

Nancy
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 4/8/2003
Josie,
You rock always.
excellent
Peg
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 4/8/2003
what? you mean there are rules to writing poetry? oops..i think you got it going on...just spill it out there...
Reviewed by the phantom pheonix (Reader) 4/8/2003
HE heee heee LOL i sorry but this was one hilarious rant awesome job on it
Reviewed by Oisín Breen 4/8/2003
a little over long but
the word play its most interesting and most enjoyable
namaste
Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/8/2003
Josie you know you rule! so damned undecent you're loved, loved by all;-)(I sneak in a lot of shit;-)
Reviewed by Charles McKenzie (Reader) 4/8/2003
fuck the red lines

way to go Josie--fuck censorshit
Reviewed by john zimmerman 4/8/2003
inspite of the red lines,
i keep mine turned off,
english is a most malable,
and acquisitive language.
you want to makeup words..
go for it !

good write
j+
Reviewed by Sage Largo (Reader) 4/8/2003
You go girl, I feel by calling myself a writer(cough,cough) I am entitled to my own
vocabulary. All the best Sage
Reviewed by a- maryllis 4/8/2003
To that I will say this: we're writers and we have the right to write whatever we write this one's cool Josie...love it AGAIN!
Don't stop!
Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader) 4/8/2003
HAHAHAHAHAHA I do that too...I ignore the red squigley lines...but I have a friend who is a teacher and she is always all over me about my grammar and punctuation...I cant run from it...LOL..and Josie...that is poetry...we write what we feel dont we...so who cares what the subject is...to each his own...loved this...floria
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 4/8/2003
You are a crazy, brilliant woman. I put this with the 'potato salad' thingy.
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 4/8/2003
(((josie))) i love your josie words...unindecent sounds good to me! great rant...don't leave...please???? (((HUGS))) and love, karla. e-mail me...please???
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