Issa makes it easy to export the poems you write for your friends, your enemies, or all the world to see. This page is a forum for Issa users to display their poems.
Please note that we are no longer accepting submissions for this page, as Issa is no longer one of our products.
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"I Love Issa" by Peter Heffner.
Peter Heffner, a beta-tester of ours, wrote a little piece (some might call it a "rant" :->) about the purity of fridge poetry that we'd like to excerpt here, since we find it to be inspirational and true.
The point of fridge poetry is its spontaneity. If you write something you'd like to keep, you just punctuate and capitalize it when you write it down later. This is assumed in fridge poetry. This is the process of creating.
Here are a few other poetry-related tidbits:
A nonsense poem by Lewis Carroll called The Hunting Of The Snark.
A takeoff on it that my friend Eli Meir and I wrote, called The Hunting Of The Model.
And I will leave you with a poem by e.e. cummings that my sister read at my wedding:
somewhere i have never travelled, gladly beyond