BtVS episode #10 "NIGHTMARES" (for Tea Time in L.A. #21)
Rhetorical Verse (in Shakespearean
sonnet form) about BtVS#10
Posted by: forensicpopouri - Apr 14, 2002, 8:42
DREAMER ZERO -
rhetorical verse in Shakespearean
(1) AN EPIDEMIC
STARTS with patient one.
That first spreads
its contagion in a ring
outward 'till it's run
its deadly course,
whatever that might bring.
NIGHTMARES, somehow one boy's coma'd
in context of the Hellmouth's viral
expanded with no help from Big-Bad
until the fate of Sunnydale seemed
A strange infraction in the
that supernat'ral lawyers can't
A mix of metaphors as dreams
in Babble-istic fashion that might
end . . .
. . . in one cacophony of
Those unconfronted fears. How
(2) BUT as for how
"virus" nine-tenths of the way
empowering the Coma Boy to
his own recovery . . . Well, now, OK .
. . . BUT. What the Hellmouth was
that s'posed to be?
A theme that we can
beat our fears with help
others. That's the key. (SARCASM
You need a big dog's
bark, not your weak whelp.
it to the experts who can fight.
they've brought your problem close to death
lays whipped down on the floor 'bout
your knee height --
then you can rip its
face on its last breath.
Good Lord! Yes
surely, it's the Buffy show.
metaphoric'lly, NIGHTMARES ranked
Hi HW . . . please leave messages to FP
on the corkboard . . . or I won't find them
forensicpopouri - Apr 14, 2002, 8:34
look for messages on each days CORKBOARD.
Each day's new CORKBOARD appears at
4:00 PM Bronze time at
the top of the threaded
P.S. I don't look in the FAQ & INDEX
for messages either. <smile>
I have no answer for your question at
this time . . .
and if I did I would post it on the
holywater - Apr 14, 2002, 9:10
...I know I'm risking
extreme ridicule from Mister Verschip, but do u know wot
character get strapped naked to a wheel in the