Spam comment poem #1

Since we’re in the midst of National Poetry Writing Month, I thought an interesting exercise would be to incorporate some of the spam comments that my account attracts into a poem. Apart from fixing some of the intentional typos (e.g., thijnk), and introducing the extra line breaks to make them more ‘poem-like’, I’ve used the text as is:

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(12 April 2014)