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    dots Submission Name: out of all the possible reasons for beingdots

    Author: isabella
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    dotsout of all the possible reasons for beingdots

    she said: mangia
    (like it meant something).

    Submitted on 2011-09-01 13:24:30     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      I like that your poem title is longer than your poem

    Does mangia mean something?
    | Posted on 2013-11-13 00:00:00 | by nolram | [ Reply to This ]
      I think what I like most here are the staggeringly long comments received. :)

    and it reminds me, Mrs. Claus puportedly said to Santa: "eat, Papa, eat."

    Maybe she was Italiano.



    | Posted on 2011-10-14 00:00:00 | by ponykeeper | [ Reply to This ]
      as long as we say it like it means something i spose that's all that matters. maybe it meant

    men and nice gestures internally astute

    (i still think the reason is to find reason. which doesn't mean i haven't found reason, it makes me think the reasons are entirely subjective. this is probably my pseudo-intellectualism. which to tell you the truth i don't subscribe to the existence of without false intent. I've been having allot of fun recently with the dictionary and poetry and it's quite fascinating all the possibilities that can be gathered from comparing all the different sequential anomalies and associative possibilities hidden underneath. sort of like trying to find a poem for all it's definitions. as vague as we all are around here about our interpretations i think this is even with profound function. It's something psychological yet cognitive where our minds intuitively know there is this possible web of underlying meanings and it takes us a while to attach to a proximal understanding of what is the most likely definition. even this comes with a numeration of subdivisions as to how it could be categorically addressed. some individuals are referential and we tend to either reference based upon semantic or syntactically deducible evidence while the great deal of us rely on our intuition e.g. personal experiences or comparative forms of analysis. which is quite lovely because most of us comment on poetry with what is essentially poetry but by another definition of the word poetry, but i usually assume that when we are being mentally healthy and non-destructive in our approach to it that the whole process is extremely healthy and is in itself one of this worlds earliest and most efficient forms of psychiatry. since most of our minds are programmed to make associations auditorially and the intake of things poetic are generally related mnemonically it can quite literally teach us how to relate healthy, seeing as how the mnemonic categorization of information is a great memory agent. Shakespearean style poetry especially because a great deal of Shakespearean works were associative algorithms for how to be emotionally healthy. well admittedly i am not well read on the matter and my personal definition for the term Shakespearean is quite simply when individuals integrate psychological understandings into the meaning of their poetry. this can all be quite tricky seeing as there is a complexity of manners in which people can interpret poetry, but it can all be kept safe with eloquence and simplicity which you do wonderfully. if you're following my train here we're almost full circle back to the point of how that persons statement is equally as true as any other human beings. quite simply to associate reason with existence is technically paradoxical by nature therefore any solution that which acts as a catalyst for individual health is equally adequate because the root need is physiological. therefore the point of the process is the process itself and so long as we enjoy the ride, the ride has served it's purpose. life is always win-win, when we associate winning to the most pleasant parts of the cognitive process. because as much as we don't want to admit it; life in every moment, from birth until death, is a learning process, and the mind is constantly working it's magic, so it seems the best way to supersede the quagmire of such a conundrum is to jump right to the happiness and totally forget that the association ever had to be with definitive logic, instead focusing on how the association becomes affectively integrative. so if the woman said this with a smile on her face i would say that her answer is correct, and in fact bloody fvcking brilliant, because the reason for being is most likely a word beyond definition.)

    but i suppose now it's more like

    meanings assimilate naturally, gesture is acquired

    get it?

    and if you've read this with a smile on your face, congratulations you already discovered the most logical answer for our existence in the universe, being happy in it.
    | Posted on 2011-09-17 00:00:00 | by cornonthekob | [ Reply to This ]
      Why do I love this?

    Was it my inate quality to find anything vague and minimal to be profoud? I think I read it t like it meant something; but did it?

    And why did I look up "mangia" in the dictionary only to find nothing?


    It's like a tendency; of pseudo-intellilectualism mixed with some form of sincerity or an "A for effort". I'm bad at explainging things, but my intention are good, I swear.

    ummm....great poem

    I really enjoy your stuff!

    | Posted on 2011-09-01 00:00:00 | by OneDarkFlame92 | [ Reply to This ]

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