Friday, February 29, 2008

America's Afghanistan Poison

It's tough to imagine Hillary Clinton giving up
But like a gunslinger out of America's mythical past
Barack Obama has beaten her.

Prince Harry will be immediately brought home from
His presence there had been kept secret from the public
and then blasted into the global media spotlight

a deadly poison, was discovered in a hotel room
after a suspicious substance was reported
which can be deadly even in small quantities

-- Adam Alva

Clinton holsters up for Texas
Prince Harry in Afghanistan
Man in Las Vegas critical, ricin poison suspected

Friday, February 22, 2008

Until the Decision

Wolf boy and fish girl face a pregnant audience
Hunters are taken off the endangered rebel list
Efforts to attack the authorities and offensive tabloid people
        comes after casualties

The gray photo said Zebari Zebari Hushiyar
The actress and singer ran to lengthy long salsa island
Across the border into air

Wildlife launched across land and ground
Night was not aware of strikes
Tribes are back

-- Carmel Lousada-Stiven

Turkey Says It Has Sent Ground Troops Into Iraq
Jennifer Lopez gives birth to twins
Gray wolves to lose endangered status

Monday, February 18, 2008

Liberty U.S. Reported

£100k wedding dress for 21 year-old WAG,
Rooney, a designer gown, found a football,
and is thrilled with U.S. jetting, costing £100,000.

Fire fighters travelled to Venice,
to aid Valentine's Day,
identified and pulled from a canal

Paul Burrell, Queen of Wales,
who obtained The Sun in the States,
was very naughty and now lives with the butler.

-- Lisa Goodman

Missing British tourist found dead in Venice
Paul Burrell in video ‘confession’
Coleen McLoughlin finds wedding dress for £100,000

Friday, February 15, 2008

Articulated Crossings Intentional

Used it what to selfishness talking of necessarily,
internal arresting a networks of sentimenet bolster before,
four-hour calculated a formula of air smuggling before.

Set it what to this wanting of now,
that more flak provided would razor flak suspected,
that flaxseed shows suspected would thought other provided.

Out strike every as as given this,
potentially someone every as as listened countless,
that so-called lies set can picture demands reappears.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Let Them Strike
Major Immigrant Smuggling Ring Is Broken in Phoenix
Justice Will Be Served Only if Clemens Isn't Given a Pass

Britney’s human romp

From pole to pole, father keeps control
Kids head out, try to survive
Ecosystems are under pressure

Frankly, it’s hard to distinguish the zombies
To create each block the earth’s last
We have made great effort

In addition temporary conservatorship
Too ghoul for coral
Taken virtually near the singer

-- Jenny Richards

This zombie romp is too old ghoul
Father keeps control over Spears
Study Finds Humans' Effect on Oceans Comprehensive

Thursday, February 14, 2008

The Hidden Progress

Today the spokesman for
a malfunctioning Earth decided
there will be war.

But at dawn, as the fierce-eyed spy
unearthed his corrosive
appetite for victory,

the clandestine prey
shows its teeth
strong and unambiguous.

-- Rebecca Eddy

Predator Dinosaur Fossils Unearthed In Nigerian Desert
Dead in Damascus
Plans to Shoot Down Broken Spy Satellite

Heavy Smoking Day

Unable to quit, smoking is killing
Palestinian flower growers.
Majed Hadayed said, “It’s a major

pain. They look like they’re having fun,
carrying heavy items and fitting into small spaces.
They are more likely to die on Thursday.”

In video footage shown this week
Hadayed gleefully fed two truckloads
of the flower growers to sheep.

-- Jennifer Edgecombe

Zero gravity can be heavy burden
Gazans mark Valentine's Day with mixed emotions
Smoking kills nearly a million Indians a year

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Controversial Masked Indignation

Mosquito of human rights,
Unprecedented private pain, sound and hurt,
Monet declines opposition.

Gangs in degradation and suffering,
Police investigations, motion backed,
Handgun commissioner demonises natives.

Stolen frequencies form the heart,
Ethical apology in broad daylight,
Brandishing young people upon Europe.

-- Harriet S. Whitehorne

Call for ban on audio device that targets young ears
Australia to apologise to Aborigines for past 'degradation'
Thieves take $164 million art works in Swiss heist

Monday, February 11, 2008

Religions’ Roses Online

Black market prices for roses are rising,
Religious men are advertising,
But the email bid was declared void,

Warn Valentines Day, it’s banned,
Monks, men of the cloth and sacred singers
Meltdown after a rare auction,

Remove all red items, roses, papers and gifts,
Men are universal but religion has to audition,
But down the back of the sofa causes disappointment

-- Perdita Stott

'Rare' Wispa auction in meltdown
Monks sought for recording deal
Saudis clamp down on valentines

Saturday, February 09, 2008

Nothing of Anything

On an afternoon almost wholly without incident,
an elderly man is entering a lions’ enclosure with
a whip and a chair; he has been told there are no

hospital beds available. The veteran becomes worried
and suspects he is ill-equipped to prevent a mauling.
He is pleased with his makeshift defence, but for all the

gutsy endeavour the lions have the better of things.
In the evening, a nurse agrees that the man looks much
worse than before. He is moved to a cubicle with a door.

--Tom Craze

Check out Tom's collection of 3by3by3s here.

Strachan guards against carefree Milan
A rest for Harry Redknapp
The NHS can be a dangerous place when you're elderly

Friday, February 01, 2008

From Gentle Elbows

from nearly running from our feet from along the fence
from a spot to watch our cordial practice wars from
before the next war scheduled to see its protests

from an image to impeach the audience from sharing a mask
from the group you're held from through the recruiters
from smiles whispered from one eye-catching ear to another's

from the rose-colored banter of cardinals from cotton-fields
with a tenor from a pink council striking from offering
giants candy from belly rivals from foreign work tactics

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Berkeley Finds a New Way to Make War Politics Local
One on One in Debate, Democrats Set Aim at G.O.P.
To Giants, Desert Solitude Is Nothing but a Mirage