Alfred Lord McClusky, Poet Laureate of the Wuxi China Expatdom, tells the WCE Blog that he has experienced sublime effervescence by living in the Wuxi China Expatdom, and has written a poem about it.
"Contrary to popular perception, I haven’t just experienced this sublime effervescence solely by reading that seminal piece of writing and photography: The Poolside Harry Moore. There is something in the air in the Wuxi China Expatdom that also makes me feel a little extra oomph!! While the Poolside Harry Moore is two to three times more spiritually uplifting than the Holy Bible, as even the Pope will admit, one still has to read it in the WCE to experience those true feelings of happiness, decency, divine love, liberty and freedom that cannot be experienced anywhere else on this God’s Green Earth! The effervescence that one experiences, anywhere on the surface of the Earth by reading the Poolside Harry Moore is truly splendorous, but it is easily ten time greater when you read it in the confines of WCE! Fifteen times if you read it on the WCE shores of Lake Taihu! Truly, the WCE puts the "sublime" in "sublime effervescence"!" said McClusky, dressed in a smoking jacket and wellington boots, as he was being interviewed in his 130th floor penthouse in the Wuxi China Expatdom Blog Towers in the Hui Shan New District of Wuxi, China.
Asked when the public could expect to read or recite his poem entitled An Ode to Sublime Effervescence Written on the Shores of Lake Taihu, McClusky said the poem was finished, but he was waiting for Harry Callahan and the WCE Trio to write some accompanying music. "His Majesty, the King of the Wuxi China Expatdom, Gorzo the Mighty has read the poem, praised it to the hilts, and now wants it to become the official national anthem of the Expatdom. Harry Callahan and the WCE Trio were, of course, given the honor of being commissioned to supply the accompanying music. Callahan, ever the perfectionist, has busted the head of thirty punk composer consultants, in his effort to make the most magnificent anthem of all time, whether for a nation or an expatdom!"