You will sink in a mire. You like to think you're
normal, but deep down you really just want to
strip off your clothes and roll around in
What horrible Edward Gorey Death will you die?
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Check out Deborah's gorgeous Queen of Chain poems, posted in response to my question about poetry based on Cremaster. I haven't seen the Queen yet, but I will on Wednesday. Come to think of it, Deborah's poems have always been Barney-esque; I'm thinking especially of Cremaster 2 with all the bees.
Also a belated blogroll welcome to the st*ar nosed mole.
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