The POTW: Verse Til It Hurts
About a year ago (in fact, now that I look it up, it was exactly a year ago tomorrow), I sat down to write the poem, noticed that it would be number 666 in the series, and instantly knew that it would have to be about Satan. Well, this week we come to poem number 711, and so to another concoction inspired solely by its own position in the sequence. It's a convenient way to decide what to write about.
Glaring palette and nomenclature
(*I was going to cleverly predict that, following the convenience naming path of Hojo and KFC, 7-Eleven would eventually be contracted to Sleven. But urbandictionary.com informs me that this has already happened, the company just hasn't officially recognized it yet.)
Copyright © 2010 by Dave Grossman
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