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Lillipilli

I could get a job in that factory.

clarissa

You belong in an anthology.

Angelalala

This is piping hot all the way through.

Ani

Inanimate objects are very wise, aren't they?

B

Wow.
Just... wow.

Joseph

Crikey. This is the good stuff.

An Unreliable Witness

I think a good number of those warnings are virtually pornographic.
Um. Yes.
Nice weather we're having.
Oh, and fantastic post too.
I think I'll go now, before, erm, I embarrass myself anymore.
Yes, probably wise.

Jack

More Peter Porter than ee cummings, this one.

http://www.ppu.org.uk/learn/poetry/poetry_nuclear3.html

Miles Away

this really rather reminds me of a wonderful song-poem spoken over the hissing and grinding of industrial gears and machinery in a scratched and worn voice. somehow providing a warning, to some thing. I love the metre, the idea and the concept.

superb!

bohémienne

What is the stated dose of your writing? I'd like to exceed it.

pocketpunk

have you been whitening your teeth....you tart!

Camille

What a busy month you have had. Whoever would think those package designer label makers could collectively be such a poetic bunch.

Leish

Best thing I've read all day.

looby

"Never use a condom twice.

Do not discharge near face."

Fnarr!

AmyTree

Beautiful! And strangely moving... I might direct my blog to this one, if you don't mind - think it needs sharing...
Amy x

Glamourpuss

Who says we live in a nanny state?

Lovely idea, lovely execution. Lovely.

Puss

Peter

"Always read the label."

(Gets me every time.) Think about it.

Nice post, incidentally. I like a bit of poetry.

Ms Robinson

A poem for our time. Great writing. Perfect pitch. Love it.

Jane Jones

I am the silly twat that has to write these warnings on goods. The best one I read was on a child's superman costume "This costume will not enable you to fly"

clare

Lovely.

Matt

Brilliant.

Ben

"Do not use flashbulbs in an explosive atmosphere"

Daren

I like it, it's kinda poetic!

D

Daren

Sorry, just realised that sounds very dumb... what I meant to say was it is very poetic, and I like where it came from... very clever and fun. Best thing I've read in while. I'm working on a poem from Spam email titles.

D

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