ranting poesie


“Ranting Poesie” is for pub philosophers. A ranting poesie poem should be simple to recite whilst drunk. It should flow easily through the mouth, without using obvious words or obvious order. It should challenge belief.

My ranting poesie poems are collected into sets. Those below are subsets. The symbol indicates the set count.

I explore different styles of ranting poesie. The Clarion rants. an engineering rush argues. uncivil law is strident. Poetry awakens.


The Clarion ∋3
beer and pindarlord pisswater’s clarionmay offend language bigotslittle diddems

an engineering rush ∋11
the argumenthomeworkpublished

Poetry ∋7
selectCopyleft

uncivil law ∋24
centuriesmoneyinventionhealth

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