Random Acts of Poetry 1: “Forgetfulness” by Billy Collins

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Of course. But then the turf

Of course. But then the turf war doesn't work as well. Oh well, we are more lovers than fighters.

Daniel more than 7 years ago

Oh, I hadn’t thought of a

Oh, I hadn't thought of a turf war--that sounds like fun! As long as I've got you on the line and you're thinking about remembering (or not remembering), can you send me that poem you read at a recent Geist gathering? I can't remember the name of the poem or the occasion for the reading but I remember the poem was funny. I'd like to include it here.

pattyo more than 7 years ago

Poems Patty? So it’s a turf

Poems Patty? So it's a turf war you went, eh? ;) Oh, and a poem a day keeps the mainstream media away. I've learnt this.

Daniel more than 7 years ago

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Does the phrase centre around, as in “the conversation centred around issues of freedom,” bug anyone but me? A centre is a fixed spot, and other stuff moves around it, right?

Lucy, Cyberspace

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