#105-108 for Tea Time in L.A. #39 - TOPIC: BtVS #27
Rhetorical verse for Tea Time in
L.A. #39- (Talking about Buffy as Shakespeare
would have. <g>)
Posted by: forensicpopouri - May 07, 2002, 4:54
NOTE: If you watch
"Phases" (BtVS episode #27 - Season 2 ep
this sonnet sequence may make a heck of a
lot more sense. <smile>
(but smaller) NOTE: The insane idea of
putting Buffy thoughts
Shakespearean sonnet form . . . is based on
the even more insane idea that
might want to give it a try yourself.
For a "sonnetized" explanation of
why this is not insane <g> . .
. you might read
my previous Bronze threads WHY
I POST IN SHAKESPEAREAN SONNETS:
if that challenge seems like an interesting one to
you, look for TEA TIME in L.A.
7:00 PM BRONZE TIME daily . . . which is
truly strange. <g> But it
might save the world. <ewg> In any
case, you can brag about being able to write
TEA TIME SONNETS
wrote 154 sonnets . . . why not you?
verse in Shakespearean sonnet
- RE: "Phases" Episode 27 of
"A GUY!," says Cordy. "GUY!" says
THE ENTIRE 4-SONNET SEQUENCE. . .
NOTE: TO KEEP THE
SONNETS FROM SCROLLING INTO OBLIVION <g> . .
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POST FEEDBACK / COMMENTS /
1 of 4 (sonnet sequence) GUYS! - (about
BtVS episode 27 "Phases")
forensicpopouri - May 07, 2002, 4:59
TEA TIME SONNETS
Rhetorical verse in
GUYS! - RE:
"Phases" Episode #27
(1) "A GUY!,"
says Cordy. "GUY!" says Willow
Commiserating. They know what "guys"
Their tone is that they each would like to
all guys right in their kissers --
knock them far . . .
. . . as Buffy
could with un-male super-strength.
BUFFY SAYS when learning werewolf
"A typical" (bad)
"man". While Giles at
explains it's not their fault.
(for once, reacts . . .
. . . to
Xander's stupid joke about Moon Pie
giggles). Werewolves don't choose life as
They're human underneath and should not
THE SLAYING LAW, IN THIS CASE,
Instead of kiling . . .
werewolves need control.
fangs and fur . . . there is a
2 of 4 (sonnet sequence) GUYS!
forensicpopouri - May 07, 2002, 4:58
BUFFY PUTS HER STAKE DOWN . . . grabs a
while Giles prepares some
suffers existential pain
-- with all his other kinds of smarts -- . .
. . . apparently "does not know what he
from Willow. Aching in all
she lashes out (no Willow,
her unbound toungue on
Oz. And scoring points . . .
. . .
when Oz transforms into his other
Well this is quite surprising . . .
who'd have thought
a wolf was under there. Her
would wait. It's time to run or
she'll get caught.
BUT WAIT . . . I thought
she wanted his desire? <ewg>
I don't have some fun, I will
3 of 4 (sonnet sequence) GUYS!
forensicpopouri - May 07, 2002, 4:57
ANGEL DOING . . . in this werewolf
He's giving guys and
werewolves a bad rep.
He wouldn't give a
scrawny monkey toe <g>
like love. NO, he would step . . .
. on ev'ry bandaged foot his boots could
And Buffy's heart's a mummy
This Angel-guy's the
poster for unkind.
And sadly, for some women,
(Well, that's what we all learn
on TV shows.
And maybe in real life for all I
I'm writing FILLER here, and
counting toes, <g>
because I didn't count
my quatrains. Doh!)
he's not a guy . . . He's just
He's not the one
she loved . . . He's been
4 of 4 (sonnet sequence) GUYS!
forensicpopouri - May 07, 2002, 4:56
Buffy's "superficial" love runs
it's not as deep as evil
Of course, "deep"
thinking doesn't fit a creep.
The logic of his
character just stinks.
He's not a
character . . . he's just a tool
Buffy into a square hole
the writers made
for her. For "love", a
Quotation'd "love" . . . Not
diamond. Lump of coal.
HOW HARSH AM I?
A guy who shed his tears
Buffy-Angel LOVE . . . back then.
as end of sonnet sequence nears
see each writer's deadly sin . . .
. . . and
wish the Buffyverse could be
(For Joss's labor, see how he's
When was it I said
that Joss Whedon
must hate men?
Or maybe he thinks
that girls who
watch TV shows
truly think like that.
But his father wrote
Kindness was passed down . .
. . . from Joss's grandpa
who also wrote for
I MUST POST THIS