Category talk:Poetry

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Hey peoples, gotta question for ya... what about contemporary and amateur (unpublished or self-published) poets who have written 'furry' poems? Particularly if that poem is (in-)famous among the fandom or is available on the internet from well known furry authors? Would it turn to much into everyone stick your poem in this archive here? Perhaps we could have some poems on wiki, and collections of furry poems listed as links off the wiki? Just a thought. -- ACGLKXH 13:08, 9 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Well, first off I'd say that the poems themselves really don't belong here. As for linking to them offsite, I would think that a better approach would be not to have an individual article about the poem, but rather a page about the poet with links to their work offsite. Not that can think of any furry poetry offhand, to be honest...--Duncan da Husky 13:30, 9 Sep 2005 (UTC)
Oh, well, I can! I suppose I'll take follow your approach and see what we come up with -- ACGLKXH 01:31, 10 Sep 2005 (UTC)
Hmmm ... oops ... I've already started to post my poetry (with the poem itself included) and song lyrics I've written on a couple pages here. How ReallyBad(tm) is this? I was about to post the bracket links in here when I checked out the discussion page first and read your reply. --Chibiabos 08:30, 22 March 2006 (UTC)
Well, if it's just a few things I suppose it could go into a subpage of your user page, as I describe in Talk:Registration System, though that is really meant for collaborative projects. Unless you want people collaborating on your poetry (heh. maybe not :-), I think that poetry and song lyrics might be something that are better placed on your personal website elsewhere. --Duncan da Husky 13:29, 22 March 2006 (UTC)

Removed from to add list[edit]

Howl (assuming that is what is described at Wikipedia:Howl no obvious mention of anthropomorphism) as well as what are presumably the William Blake poems "The Lamb" and "The Tyger" as again nothing anthropomorphic. -- Sine 14:48, 19 July 2013 (EDT)