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NASA Finds Poetry of Paula Nancy Millstone Jennings

The poetry of Paula Nancy Millstone Jennings of Greenbridge, Essex, England was thought to have been completely lost when the Earth was demolished to make way for an interstellar expressway. However, a scrap was found adrift in space. Scientists believe the sheer awfulness of the poem may have made it impervious to incineration, which is to say that the rays of the Vogon demolition beams refused to land upon the piece. Continue reading

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Random Poetry

At Anchor Undulating waves Roll beneath our boat gently Twist us to and fro Rain is Coming Breezes shake the trees Tousling green leafy heads Foreshadowing rain Dystopian Christmas Fuzzy-mouthed gray existence Churning through dusty cityscapes “They see you when … Continue reading

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