Pollyanna and the Puzzling Poetry

Lyda here. Time again for some weird blog poetry. This is a compilation of lines from just one of the weird spam messages we get here at Pollyanna Rainbow Sunshine. Apparently the message came from The House o’ Puzzling Porn.

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Such big and beautiful, and probably, can do all
I with pleasure would spend you to the airport.
That the head of the girl was threw up upwards
with a fragile shoulder of the huge
Elk – 
to me amusing –
and
Hands of the Marchioness
almost fluently talked in barking German
at me the head has begun to spin.
from it not less desired girl, forced to strain
has climbed through between paws of a bear.
Alesha began to iron and kiss it.
– On, bitterns still, –
I gradually began to plunge all glub –
Hardly it is audible I have whispered,
Drawers.
Day after day
Again group. We
Everything, all!
Stop!
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8 thoughts on “Pollyanna and the Puzzling Poetry

  1. KarenM.

    Love it. I delete without reading, but if I had known there was such hidden talent, I think I might have read a few more.

    I like the part where she irons and kisses it. I feel less strange having read that.

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  2. Marin

    Boobles!

    Gosh, this is spectacular. I’m awed and a little jealous. My spam is never more than a couple of words’ worth of good.

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  3. lyda Post author

    Heh. I’m such a dork, I actually read our spam.

    I’m thinking of using the first two lines in a personal ad. I sometimes feel like “not less desired girl” myself… although I’ve never ironed it.

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  4. lyda Post author

    Look at what you’ve been missing, Red! (Ya’ll know, this is from the spam sent to the blog – I wouldn’t open email spam because of viruses.)

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  5. lyda Post author

    Yes, bitterns. What are those people doing to those birds?? And the bear and the elk… Does the SPCA know about all this??

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