Sunday, 22 December 2013

Announcing 7 New International Poetry Prize Competitions of Winning!

Legitimate Awards for Literary Excellencing in the Poetry Sciences:

Billyballsmalonybalony International Poetry Showdown (First Prize = €10,000)

Award for Most Awkward Poet Publicking Social Performance (Sponsored by Your Momma)

Golden Wreaths of Silver Clouds in Your Hair Free-Verse Extravaganza (First Prize = a hardy backslap)

The SUR Prize (No Cash Value)

Global Achievement of Living English Stanzing ($50,000 prize for one one-word poem)

Competition for the Superlatively Unintentionally Hilarious Metaphor (First Prize = $50 Voucher to Earl's Restaurant)

The Peepeepoopoo Prize (Anonymous peer-review competition: First Place = Lifetime's Supply of Charmin)

Whinging Award (Exclusive to Hallmark® Employees)

Saturday, 21 December 2013

Poetry Discovered on the Dark Sides of Keith Moon

the recently discovered very alive Keith Moon, working as a wax salesperson

"I hope L die befove I go told" — Moon's first attempt at a tattoo poem

classic "Mire Generation" dodgy-style angel parody ankle vispoe

always enigmatically avant, his Dorian Gray:
note the dissonance between image & caption: "THERE IS A"

another dynamic vispoe as homage to Len Wein's oeuvre,
with, of course, allusions to Blake's "Songs of Innocence"

his motto, "never enough Keiths," hidden within the lines & shadows
of this classic piece found on his unusually large sole