Poems and Other Ramblings

My first recorded poem, The Hippopotamus.

Of the two Milk Me Daddy poems, one was written in 1990 a slightly shorter version produced in 1994 for my entry into the XEmacs hall of fame. Hit M-x about-xemacs and follow the link to Other Contributors. Some of this nonsense was test-driven on my answering machine.

"Morty Gordy" was the working title of our son Max before he was born. Here's a list of other potential names. I'm sure everyone involved is glad we didn't go that route.

S ome P eople A re M eshuge. Like me. This little poem came in handy while testing the Grail web browser.

Would you rather...? thought provoking questions. Tim P., I know how you'd* vote! BTW, "Would you rather" became a meme and a movie long after I invented it!

Fridge Haiku. You know those cool refrigerator poetry magnets? Hee, hee! Warning, this page probably contains the most tasteless stuff here (that'll get you to read them for sure).

Puffy the Frog. What can you say about Puffy the Frog? If ya only knew him, you'd love him too.

Oracle Grovelings and other random glops are... ... oh ferget it.

Home Remedy works for many medical conditions.

The aliterations are just the result of a series of email exchanges I had with a friend a few years ago. His were pretty good too, but I no longer have them on-line. As you may have guessed, I started with L, and progressed to the slightly longer D, stretching out with O and ending quite grotesquely with W. I may manage to manipulate more on Monday.

KIDS! here's a neat introduction to poetry forms forwarded to me by a teacher. Oh, and one of my favorite forms is the Fib, based on the Fibonacci sequence.

Then there's this guy. Daphney D. Fuchs is not a well boy.