After Kilroy

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Nobody said it had to be a GOOD poem a day. Here’s one for Susan’s perfectly great prompt on With Real Toads to write a poem you imagine as grafitti. Process note– some refer to B.C. as B.C.E. (“Before Common Era.”)

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13 Comments on “After Kilroy”


  1. Love it…especially the first one. Thank you for taking part in the challenge.


  2. Can’t get more authentic than this, Karin.
    The poetry lies in the intention to reach a mind with a new way of looking at an old contention and I think you have achieved that with great impact here.


  3. AS A POETIC POEM OF POETIC JUSTICE FOR A WALL OF CEMENT BRICKS YOU HIT IT!!! GOD BLESS YOU AND THE FAMILY AND KEEP ON WRITING ON THE WALLS BUT DONT GIT CAUGHT ITS AGAINST A LAW I THANK

  4. Sumana Roy Says:

    love them.. 🙂

  5. hedgewitch Says:

    I love that you were able to combine your words and drawings together into one idiosyncratic whole–the King is dead, long live the King? Or maybe all our constructs put together die and are reborn and are epitaphed in scratches and signs. Enjoyed it much, Karin.

  6. claudia Says:

    so what are you waiting for…? get a spray can and get your words out there…smiles

  7. janehewey Says:

    this piece exemplifies your quirky wit, which I have come to expect and love about your poetry. here are politics, religion, and pop culture mixed in to one ( i read each illustrated square as a stanza) poem. … these are certain requirements of graffiti, I think.

  8. Kim Nelson Says:

    I love the BC + AD! Clever!

  9. Steve King Says:

    Great puns and wordplay. Worth doing and worth reading. A pleasing teasing for what’s left of my mind!
    Steve K.

  10. grapeling Says:

    plus le change…


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