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|Damn Poetry (standard:poetry, 88 words)|
|Author: Rozinante||Added: Sep 15 2000||Views/Reads: 3229/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|A fun take on the frustrations of writing.|
If only I could find the words, Those stinking, steaming oral turds, Grant me just alliteration, End my verbal constipation. Speak not of matters metaphoric, Tenses present and historic, Let alone a noble theme, To satisfy the rhyming scheme. Where is the sharp satirical, The sonnet sweet and lyrical? The footfalls of iambic feet, Tapping out a rhythmic beat. I find that I have lost the skill, To revel in the writerís thrill, Itís time that I put down the pen, You will not hear from me again. Tweet
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