Post by sheelanagig on Sept 20, 2003 14:26:58 GMT -5
Welcome to all the newbies! Most of ye have nealy as many posts as me so can i technically call ye newbies Ah well i would create a more spectacular welcome post but i am the technologically challenged member of the afterglow land
But welcome welcome welcome all the same!
"Never let go of the fiery sadness called desire" Patti Smith
I really don't have a clue what this forum/place is all about. I got here because I googled raspberry girl and found this group...in the interests of synchronicity, I am posting a poem called Willow Dance...it's about my 7 month old granddaughter and...well here it is:
Spit and splatter raspberry girl holds out her arms segmented and soft like a circus balloon to wave and to curl "hello and goodbye look, look, here I am take me help me stand up and Dance."
Post by Saar°berry on Sept 22, 2003 14:53:21 GMT -5
LOL! This is so cute... well, this is a forum about mainly 'Tori Amos' (she's a sing - songwriter), I dunno if you know her. She made a song: 'Raspberry Swirl'. That's where I got my nickname from. This forum is also dedicated to PJ Harvey, another great singer. We're all music nuts here.
I love your poem... why do you call her a raspberry girl, your granddaughter? 7 month's? She must be so cute... it's a very cute age.
First of all, I'd like to say that Zero was my nick in highschool, I named myself so after I fell in love with the zero of The Smashing pumpkins and for some other reasons so when I saw your nick I smiled and thought we may have something in common .. ;D Then I saw what u read here but I didn't check your site. When I read that name I thought it was some sport women group or something .. I saw your site just now and ...
can I join ? or wash your dishes ? or clean you car ? or take some pics ? or frenc kiss u ? or have sex with u ?
Seriously, u look great and I wish I'll be able to c you one day when I'll visit the States . I'm very very curious ...
I mean ...
Sometimes you put walls up not to keep people out, but to see who cares enough to break them down.