The Poetry
Of

Bhodi842

Monday May 29, 2000

The site has been getting some traffic, so I thought I'd touch up a couple spots (like killing off the frames page for good). I'm not writing poetry anymore, so the site has gotten pretty stale, my apologies. But I hope you enjoy your visit. 


Sunday June 28, 1999

This page has been featured in the LA Times. ;)

I found the review a bit disappointing, but what do you expect from a web page critic...? Although, I admit I am surprised that he didn't know what beat poetry was. You can find a copy of the review here.


Via Con Dios,

Bhodi

POETRY:

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My Very Own Religious Web Site!

-- To Learn More About The Aforementioned Bob, Check Out This Site.


NeuroLyger's Home Page

-- The Home Page Of NeuroLyger. My Long Time Friend And Possibly Common Law Brother. (Page no longer exists)


The Poetry Circuit


-- Where I Got My Confidence Up To Actually Put Up This Page And Torture Nice People Like Yourself.


International Campaign for Tibet


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About the author:

Bhodi is a 24 yr old Philosophy major who is approaching his bachelor's degree at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He has spent 14 months (October 1995-December 1996) working for his local Sheriff's Department (Which, to avoid bad publicity for the department, shall remain nameless) as a Cadet (Meter- person ).

He has an Associate in Arts for Social Science with a Philosophy emphasis, and an additional Associate in General Liberal Arts.

Bhodi has also founded his own religion, Bobism, which owes its inspiration to the Superman comic books and the movie Warlock. There is no relation to Bob of the Church of the Sub-Genius! This religion was created independently though at a later date.

Religious texts are available by request. Or check out my other web site.

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