Pasquinading Poesy [NOOK Book]

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Pasquinading Poesy is the chef-d’oeuvre of critically-unabated authors Ryan Johanson & Gern Blansten. Inspired by the heartrending work of amateur poets on Poetry.com, Ryan and Gern produced and submitted over 30 original poems of their own, lovingly handcrafted like miniature crystal giraffes, to undermine all seriousness and good taste. Their dream was to chortle, and chortle they did. What seemed only a sporting pastime between shifts at the carrot cuffing factory, however, soon showed promise. Before ...
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Pasquinading Poesy

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Overview

Pasquinading Poesy is the chef-d’oeuvre of critically-unabated authors Ryan Johanson & Gern Blansten. Inspired by the heartrending work of amateur poets on Poetry.com, Ryan and Gern produced and submitted over 30 original poems of their own, lovingly handcrafted like miniature crystal giraffes, to undermine all seriousness and good taste. Their dream was to chortle, and chortle they did. What seemed only a sporting pastime between shifts at the carrot cuffing factory, however, soon showed promise. Before long, acclaim erupted from Poetry.com and the International Library of Poetry, confirming what they always knew deep within their cockles. Ryan and Gern had made it. Secure in their poetic prowess, they set to unleash their brilliance unto the world in handy paperback form. Now for the first time, the combined works of Johanson & Blansten can be read atop on any toilet seat on land or sea — even on the International Space Station.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011824708
  • Publisher: Hoopsnake Books
  • Publication date: 9/22/2005
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 43
  • File size: 12 KB

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These are two guys who come from a long line of people.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2012

    Timberstars story chapter 3

    Timberpaw had been told to hunt at pinetree edge, near where lots of loners live. He caght a vole, burried it and pricked his ears. He heard rustling and he saw a cat come out of the ferns. "Shhhhhh." Said the cat. "My names kristiey." She slipped back into the ferns. Timberpaw caght a thrush a mouse and two rabbits also the vole in all. He carried it back to camp when he came close to camp he heard yellowlily howling. He ran back to camp and dropped his freshkill on the pile and rushed into the nursery. "MY KITS ARE COMING!" The queen yowled. Thrushlight ran in and gave her rasberyleaves. She licked them up. A ripple passed over her belly. Thrushlight sat braced for a sack to come. A sack came and he nipped it open and a grey tom lay on the floor. Another sack came. He nipped it open. A grey she came. "No more yellowlily. Its over." Thrushlight said. "The tom is graykit. The she is lilykit." Gasped the queen. Thrushlight then gave her boage leaves. Timberpaw looked up as his father came in. "So what are the new kits names?" A yowl sounded. "INTRODER!" Timberpaw padded out to see kristiey in the middle of gravleheart and featherpelt. "Let me be!" Timberpaw heard her hiss. Shypelt padded over to the introder. "Who are you?" She snarled. "Kristiey!" Ansered kristiey fiercely. "Its a kittypet name! Shes a kittypet!" Said thornclaw going to stand by shypelt. Fluffstar came over and sniffed kristiey. "Shes not kittypet." Should i erite more? Ask to be in the story at 71 result 1.

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