A Eulogy for Andrea, anyone?

Started by Quasimodo, Apr 11, 2005, 07:02 PM

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I propose a writing contest for the best Andrea Dworkin obituary.

C'mon lads and laddettes, no accolades are too extravagant for such a gentle spirit who was such an inspiration to the men's movement.

Gentlemen, start your engines.
axine Waters on the 2004 March for Women:
"I have to march because my mother could not have an abortion." ! ! !


Andrea Dworkin---A Eulogy in Rhyme by Barrett "Buddy-Rey" Reynolds

    You claimed nudie photos were equal to rape,
you helped your "sisters" bend the misters out of shape.

    Why did you hate us, what was the cause?
was it something in your past, or just menopause?

    The biggest tragedy of your death by far,
is that you never learned how great some men are.

    In death, the wrongs were never righted, and that's a shame,
many men trembled at the sound of your name.

    You're gone now, never to darken our minds,
but I feel no relief, because I'm not that kind.

    I won't mock you, scorn you, or curse your spirit,
what's the point?  You're too distant to hear it.

    I've got my own life to live, and that's quite enough,
why should I be vexed with such trivial stuff?

    Besides, I won't give you the honor of another thought,
after all of the misery you've already wrought.

    I'm moving on, I'm getting away,
you're not going to stop me from seizing the day.

    That's all I have to say for now,
time to wave goodbye and take my final bows.

    Maybe I'll see you on some distant day,
if you've gone on to walk that milky white way.

    But for now I'll simply stand in reverence and thoughtful reflection,
    and since you're not here to nag me to death, I'll dust off my porno collection!!!


Buddy-Rey you have much talent!

"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give."  - Winston Churchill
"Get Angry...Get Loud... GET UP off your KNEES!"


Thank you, bots!!!  I wish I could have refined the meter and rhyme scheme a bit, but hey, this is Andrea Dworkin we're talking about.  Nothing makes sense.   :lol:


Words fail me in my reflection of respect and  honor for this woman.

She inspired so many that I couldn't touch, with a commitment to truth and honor that I couldn't even fathom.

She was doggedly consistant in the quality of her works.

I think it fair to say that in her passing, I realise how much richer my life can be.

I'm confidant that her contributions will provide a beacon for those that hold a unique level of reason in todays modern world.

My world would be filled with greater serenity if only her devotees could aspire to her latest, and greatest, contribution to mankind.


Andrea Dworkin's dead.   Sell off your fast food shares now, drinks will be served in the lobby.
It's not illegal to be a man...yet.

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