September 16, 2005

Magnetic Poetry Taps The Psyche











27 comments:

jamwall said...

i used to work for the publicity company that pitched magnetic poetry to the media in the 90s. they got to be a tough pitch after a while! but they still wanted free samples sent to them. makes me wonder what the hell those reporters do all day with the freebees they get from PR firms.

what if its a beer company???

Lulu said...

Beautiful sentiments. Absolutely beautiful.

Bobby said...

i never have the right set of words to complete my poetic masterpieces.

I guess I need to buy more sets of words, or is that just what "THEY" want me to think??

AntToeKnee said...

Go on, make more swear words, you know you want to!

babyjewels said...

love it. I want some of those.

Harry Yak said...

refrigerator poems rule.

here is a lovely haiku i have written just for you spinning girl....

i love you so much
that i wrote you this haiku
llamas they are dead.

what can i say yaks are not to well know for our poetry.

what i really want to say is i love your new avatar.

sabatkes said...

neato.
Miller Brewing came out with a magentic poetry promo set this year that was not this cool.

LBseahag said...

you are brilliant...
i would love to hear you decipher The RAven someday....


[bows]

FRITZ said...

For my birthday one year, my best friend gave me the erotic pack of magnetic poetry...

She said she couldn't decide between that one or the 'religious' packet.

Go figure.

Lulu said...

Is that you? Wow...you're pretty! Thought so.

towdf
towed..fuck!
What I said the morning after the last time I went barhopping.

Madge said...

what lovely little gems you've created.

BadGod said...

I see how you are.

You wait until I am gone, then post about magnetic poem thingys.


Fine.

B.O.B.I. said...

What the... your avatar! We can see your lovely visage! How can it be!?

Nice poems, by the way. Whenever I try, they come out naughty...

babyjewels said...

I second the new pic! great.

bricotrout said...

im throwing props your way for the new avatar. nice. i must put quaintville on my places to see list.

LBseahag said...

wow! you are talanted and gorgeous!!!

Juliabohemian said...

that was really moving...

it reminds me of a haiku I heard on Space Ghost

The smell of burning flesh
cinder in the air
volcano season

Monkey said...

Deep blue poetry
Clings to refrigerator
Tantalizing read

Lee Ann said...

I love the magnetic poetry. I have one on my refrigerator. It is awesome. I put it on a big cookie sheet at a party one time. We passed it around and each person would add a word to complete the sentences.

larin von smartass said...

currently on my fridge i have,

"may i smear whipped cream on your hairy chest and taste the juices of your lucious fish cacoon"

yeah, i have many immature guy friends

B.O.B.I. said...

Nothing wrong with immature guy friends.

I, myself, am one to several womens.

Harry Yak said...

and mens bobi, don't forget that you do have several guy friends.

ticharu said...

I've never heard of 'magnetic poetry' but it's a very cool poem

buddha_girl said...

Holy crap! I LOVE magnetic poetry. I have several sets on my fridge and one in my classroom. I had to take out the curse words before I brought those suckers to the Kid Domain.

All Hail...Magnetic Poetry!

B.O.B.I. said...

I'll admit it, HY, I have some mens friends. They're not as immature as I am, though.

jimmmer said...

I LOVE those things. We used to go to friends' houses and make dirty stories for the folks to see.

:: sigh ::

The good ole days.

Johnny Retail said...

Suddenly her legs started to quiver, her toes curled tight. No it wasn't the cold, it wasn't the night.
It was day, the sunshine bright.
It had only been a few words, a twirl of speech, a spin on life.
The reason to quiver and curl of the toes, was not a case of an opened fridge door.
Powerful words keeping us alive, it was indeed spinning girl of 11.5