Friday Poetry Blogging
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Anti-war playwright Harold Pinter wins the Nobel Prize for literature.Well, she was a day early, but she certainly gave me a good idea for Friday Poetry Blogging. Check Malkin's post for one fine poem. Here's another dark one for your Friday fix:
Here's his website, which proudly highlights Pinter's recent moonbattery.
The website also features some of his brilliant poetry...
Death (Births and Deaths Registration Act 1953) -- Harold Pinter
Where was the body found?
Who found the dead body?
Was the dead body dead when found?
How was the dead body found?
Who was the dead body?
Who was the father or daughter or brother
Or uncle or sister or mother or son
Of the dead and abandoned body?
Was the body dead when abandoned?
Was the body abandoned?
By whom had it been abandoned?
Was the dead body naked or dressed for a journey?
What made you declare the dead body dead?
Did you declare the dead body dead?
How well did you know the dead body?
How did you know the body was dead?
Did you wash the dead body
Did you close both its eyes
Did you bury the body
Did you leave it abandoned
Did you kiss the dead body