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I don't get it. Somebody published a parody on you?!
Yes, me and William Shakespere and over 3000 others. Aman zaman--those are all computer generated "poems" and names are attached randomly to them.
I can't even tell difference anymore between the computer gerenated gibberish and the poetry you're writing ever since they taught you how to do it. And I'm not being cynical, really - I lost it somewhere along the road. Perhaps it's my problem.
Pogledaj ovo. Pocninje na 4:47.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YFId7vFBPg
From what I understand, Issue 1 was generated by a computer program designed specifically to create poems out of any material you feed it with, and this project used Collected Works by Emily Dickinson and Heart of Darness by Joseph Conrad. (I read that in one of the many comments about Issue 1 in the blogosphere). The program is capable of arranging phrases and line breaks etc. so that it doesn't look quite like the gibberish you get in spam mail sometimes. Apparently sometimes the results are hard to tell apart from a real poem. The problem isn't entirely in you! (BTW, Heart of Darkness is responsible for the frequent use of "n*****" in Issue 1.)
Ha! I've seen that modern poetry skit on YouTube. LOL, as they say.
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