Out went the Lion...
Well, the romantic whirlwind of February is past
(along with the inflated number of hits that came
with it) and it's time for the Blender to
re-find its usual groove.
Last month was great for feedback as well.
The Blender Board holds more conversation than
usual, and with over 150 new submissions the
Blender is on full puree-- or, ermmm, something.
Why do Blenders have that many buttons anyway?
- 24 Hour Kiss
- By Homebrew.
Submitted by Scott Metter, email@example.com.
A song by his uncle's band- seems like it makes
a better song than a poem, but still sweet.
- across the evening
- By Dale Alan Schultz.
This is one of the too few studies of romance
that's survived, not that just has the potential.
A beautiful work, came here on Valentine's Day.
- What it once was
- By Pril firstname.lastname@example.org.
The image of the dried rose on the wall really
brought this one home-- good use of structure
form as well.
- By alison. A bitter metaphor.
- After the Phone Call
- By Deli, email@example.com.
I think that this kind of phonecall is all too common.
- By Roei Shalev <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
A beautiful short work, one I couldn't
disagree with more.
- By d.
This poem won't make as much sense to people
who haven't used IRC chat on the 'Net, but
points out the ambiguity logical computers
point out in us.
- The real after.
- By Anon.
The Bugs Bunny is what makes this piece work,
the rest is just context.
- (His Hands)
- By mels <email@example.com>.
A charmed example of the metaphors people carry on themselves always.
Heart on Sleeve Corner
- All the remaining heartsongs sent to the Blender last month.