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Ljdynamic
Dangerous Mind
United States 18awards
Joined 18th Aug 2017
Forum Posts: 374

Bucatini Pasta Bolognese
with Brussels Sprouts
I was mind blown when I had it.

What was the first poem you ever read?

poet Anonymous

It was probably dulce et decorum est by Wilfred Owen in school.

In your opinion, is Shakespeare still relevant?

poet Anonymous

Northern_Soul said:It was probably dulce et decorum est by Wilfred Owen in school.

In your opinion, is Shakespeare still relevant?

Randon
Twisted Dreamer
United States
Joined 25th Oct 2020
Forum Posts: 93

Yes, essential reading if you want to try to decode Finnegans Wake, although I guess that can be said about almost everything. 😂
Sarah Kane or Sylvia Plath?

poet Anonymous

Sarah Kane.
Plath is over-rated. She was good, but not "great"--not among the very best.
Not the equal of Dickinson or E Bronte. Not even close.

Randon
Twisted Dreamer
United States
Joined 25th Oct 2020
Forum Posts: 93

Yeah, I love Sarah Kane too!
Who is your favorite painter?

poet Anonymous

Francis Bacon
runners-up:  nerdrum, Balthus, Duchamp
What's your favorite B movie?

poet Anonymous

The incredible shrinking man

Of you could go back in time and change one thing what would it be?

Ms_LaCarte
Ms. La Carte
Thought Provoker
United States 2awards
Joined 19th June 2024
Forum Posts: 88

My mother's childhood.

If you could only have one of the five senses, which would you choose?

poet Anonymous

Sound. I enjoy music too much.

What is your favourite scent in the world?

cold_fusion
Tyrant of Words
Palestine 20awards
Joined 14th June 2017
Forum Posts: 5404

Petrichor

Same question

Ms_LaCarte
Ms. La Carte
Thought Provoker
United States 2awards
Joined 19th June 2024
Forum Posts: 88

Patchouli

How many books do you read per year?

WormBoy_1986
Strange Creature
Joined 17th June 2024
Forum Posts: 5

Ms_LaCarte said:Patchouli

How many books do you read per year?


4-5, I enjoy True Crime and the Occult.

Who is your favorite person from history and why?

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