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Answer #1 | 21/06 2016 21:05
Poetry doesn't stink It's better when you drink The rhymes must stay in sync And that is what I think
Answer #2 | 21/06 2016 20:15
No.
Answer #3 | 21/06 2016 20:21
Not really it hurts my neck and back. I usually wash my hair B4 and them let them wet it and cut it
Answer #4 | 21/06 2016 20:23
Yes! It's so nice!
Answer #5 | 21/06 2016 20:12
No, I just get the cut because I don't really like other people messing with my hair.
Answer #6 | 21/06 2016 20:07
YEAH
Answer #7 | 21/06 2016 20:00
Yes. It's a mini head massage thrown in with the beautician services.
Answer #8 | 21/06 2016 20:04
No, not particularly. It feels annoying
Answer #9 | 21/06 2016 20:06
No I don't
Answer #10 | 21/06 2016 21:20
Yes
Answer #11 | 21/06 2016 19:59
Yes I love it . It makes you feel really special .
Answer #12 | 21/06 2016 21:18
People in America often think they hate poetry - and poetry books do sell very badly. But we also have constant poetry being played to us all day long in popular music. So that is really our national poetry more than the written stuff. Anyway - the moral of the story is...... write lyrics not poetry if you want to make some dough.
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Answer #13 | 21/06 2016 21:39
most poetry bores me. some poetry can hold my attention, if it is interesting, witty, or story-telling. i especially enjoy the "intellectual puzzle" type of poem --- one that uses a few words to unfold into a larger meaning, which must be decoded first before it can be properly interpreted.
Answer #14 | 21/06 2016 22:07
M'y thoughts on poetry are that it is bette'r when the're are not superfluou's apostroph'es in i't.
Answer #15 | 21/06 2016 20:57
poetic
Answer #16 | 21/06 2016 20:56
Poetry is a romantic way to say hard things of life
Answer #17 | 21/06 2016 20:00
I love going to get my hair cut. Part of the service is a wash and a scalp massage. I would pay just for that alone.
Answer #18 | 21/06 2016 20:01
No, i hate when people look down on me
Answer #19 | 21/06 2016 21:33
Powerful, Short Stories that are well written.
Answer #20 | 21/06 2016 21:39
Langston Hughes is the only one who makes sense to me and I enjoyed reading.
Answer #21 | 21/06 2016 19:59
I have no hair. No need for shampoo.
Answer #22 | 21/06 2016 19:59
Yes I do.. my hair feels a lot nicer afterwards.
Answer #23 | 23/06 2016 06:22
i am a failed poet. i tried to make a large number of poems in my childhood. i could make only 5-6 poems in all my childhood. i think poetry is a beautiful hobby and way of expression. :'-(
Answer #24 | 09/07 2016 22:22
Well, I have this theory... Poetry is very skinny on both ends and fat in the middle...
Answer #25 | 21/06 2016 15:07
M'y thoughts on poetry are that it is bette'r when the're are not superfluou's apostroph'es in i't.
Answer #26 | 21/06 2016 18:43
Roses are Red Putin is, too Kruschev is dead And so is Lenin
Answer #27 | 21/06 2016 14:39
most poetry bores me. some poetry can hold my attention, if it is interesting, witty, or story-telling. i especially enjoy the "intellectual puzzle" type of poem --- one that uses a few words to unfold into a larger meaning, which must be decoded first before it can be properly interpreted.
Answer #28 | 21/06 2016 13:56
Poetry is a romantic way to say hard things of life
Answer #29 | 21/06 2016 13:57
poetic
Answer #30 | 21/06 2016 14:18
People in America often think they hate poetry - and poetry books do sell very badly. But we also have constant poetry being played to us all day long in popular music. So that is really our national poetry more than the written stuff. Anyway - the moral of the story is...... write lyrics not poetry if you want to make some dough.
Answer #31 | 21/06 2016 14:33
Powerful, Short Stories that are well written.
Answer #32 | 21/06 2016 17:01
It is a nice,quiet past time.. The poetry I enjoy best is when well known critics write some. We get to laugh and critique them.
Answer #33 | 22/06 2016 00:20
Some poetry is quite beautiful, but some just seems to ramble on and on, saying nothing at all, and raising no emotions at all either. I fail to see the object of such ramblings. Sorry.
Answer #34 | 22/06 2016 00:01
It is a nice,quiet past time.. The poetry I enjoy best is when well known critics write some. We get to laugh and critique them.
Answer #35 | 22/06 2016 07:20
Some poetry is quite beautiful, but some just seems to ramble on and on, saying nothing at all, and raising no emotions at all either. I fail to see the object of such ramblings. Sorry.
Answer #36 | 22/06 2016 00:17
Poets often over-rate its importance. (Similarly, strict grammarians overestimate the value of pointing at grammatical lapses. Lucky for you, I'm not one of those.) Poetry can have an impact, but don't bet large sums about the VALUE of any poem. Bear in mind that the best-known poem in English begins "There was a young man from Nantucket." Clearly it had an impact; You would have to annihilate not less than 90% of the English-speaking population, and burn down 100% of the libraries to eliminate that limerick from Anglophone memory. ------------------------- In ordinary speech, or prosaic writing, I take pains to avoid repeating phrasings. Especially in spoken exchanges, I try to avoid 'cheapening' the talk by using pat phrases I've used elsewhere, for other ears. Sooner or later, the repetition will be revealed, and what I say will not be taken as the personalized gift I intended. But, in poetry, I'm trying to write something that is strong enough to bear repeating; it's meant for the immediate reader first, but it's not customized speech for a single reader. I hope that my reader will STEAL my words, and make them part of their own speech. I'd kill to create a metaphor that became 'just an idiom we use in English speech.'
Answer #37 | 10/07 2016 05:22
Well, I have this theory... Poetry is very skinny on both ends and fat in the middle...
Answer #38 | 23/06 2016 13:22
i am a failed poet. i tried to make a large number of poems in my childhood. i could make only 5-6 poems in all my childhood. i think poetry is a beautiful hobby and way of expression. :'-(
Answer #39 | 21/06 2016 14:05
Poetry doesn't stink It's better when you drink The rhymes must stay in sync And that is what I think
Answer #40 | 21/06 2016 14:39
Langston Hughes is the only one who makes sense to me and I enjoyed reading.
Answer #41 | 21/06 2016 17:17
Poets often over-rate its importance. (Similarly, strict grammarians overestimate the value of pointing at grammatical lapses. Lucky for you, I'm not one of those.) Poetry can have an impact, but don't bet large sums about the VALUE of any poem. Bear in mind that the best-known poem in English begins "There was a young man from Nantucket." Clearly it had an impact; You would have to annihilate not less than 90% of the English-speaking population, and burn down 100% of the libraries to eliminate that limerick from Anglophone memory. ------------------------- In ordinary speech, or prosaic writing, I take pains to avoid repeating phrasings. Especially in spoken exchanges, I try to avoid 'cheapening' the talk by using pat phrases I've used elsewhere, for other ears. Sooner or later, the repetition will be revealed, and what I say will not be taken as the personalized gift I intended. But, in poetry, I'm trying to write something that is strong enough to bear repeating; it's meant for the immediate reader first, but it's not customized speech for a single reader. I hope that my reader will STEAL my words, and make them part of their own speech. I'd kill to create a metaphor that became 'just an idiom we use in English speech.'
Answer #42 | 22/06 2016 01:43
Roses are Red Putin is, too Kruschev is dead And so is Lenin

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