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Spur of the Moment Poems

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Nimrod the Hunter
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0 posted 06-28-99 06:44 PM       View Profile for Nimrod the Hunter   Email Nimrod the Hunter   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Nimrod the Hunter

Interesting night last night.. one of my friends and I made "spur of the moment" poems on each other while online, and here are those not-so-perfect poems but the way they turned out were pretty interesting. The names in the poems aren't our real names. I am sorry my poem had to sound a little mean. But his nickname is Insanity in real life, although he is called Greffy in this one.
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(dedicated to me - written by my friend)

Byle, the wandering bard,
Holds a crystal shard,
Inside it a thousand storys,
and their portal for poetic flurrys,
his dreams do tell of far away,
as he sings lay after lay,
from the lay of saruman,
To the sea of storms, his mouth has ran,
Oh Byle, the Wandering bard,
For he holds in his hands, a crystal shard.

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(dedicated to my friend from me)

Greffy the gleeman
With stories stupid and insane
Rests thoughts on Sedona afar
and the red rocks near
Time is passing, it is spinning
Looking back and forward sinning
He plots his next world conquest
At tables where food on jello rest
In Gracies, most disgusting place,
And the dwarves' song of race
pounding thick on steel,
Like lightning his memory stays
First a blur of light then stone by days
And he ain't just a gleeman
No, he ain't, he's also full of plans.
© Copyright 1999 Nimrod the Hunter - All Rights Reserved
Genea
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1 posted 06-28-99 08:42 PM       View Profile for Genea   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Genea

an interesting exercise.
Christina Myers
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since 06-21-99
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2 posted 06-28-99 10:33 PM       View Profile for Christina Myers   Email Christina Myers   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Christina Myers's Home Page   View IP for Christina Myers

hehe where are all the poetry writing men when I'm on line? lol I would love to try this sometime..of course, I'd have to know the person!

love the sedona reference.. heh


-C
Sally S.
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since 06-07-99
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3 posted 06-29-99 01:02 AM       View Profile for Sally S.   Email Sally S.   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Sally S.

Now, that's something I've never tried....hmmmmmm I think I may have to find just the right person for that one.

Um....still pondering the line..... At tables where food on jello rest ..uh....hmmmm I'll get it, yes, I will. Ok..Ok
Poet deVine
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4 posted 06-29-99 01:06 AM       View Profile for Poet deVine   Email Poet deVine   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Poet deVine

Love the game!

On another site, we started a community poem. Taking turns we each had to write a stanza of the poem..following the story line... we must have had about 15 stanzas before we pooped out!

Nimrod the Hunter
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5 posted 06-29-99 04:44 PM       View Profile for Nimrod the Hunter   Email Nimrod the Hunter   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Nimrod the Hunter

I wish I didn't have an headache pounding at my head after the camp (I've been volunteering), but here goes anyway. Christina, you know how I told you in a posting about a friend of mine who tells me about Sedona. Well that is him! It is he who saw a shooting star the size of a basketball in the sky pass overhead while he was there. He's just awesome, and I like to hear the stories he has as well.

Food on jello reference is a direct way of showing how gross the food is, and we actually do that! But jello isn't the only thing we luv messing with, also mashed potatoes. Something quite squishy.

A bit to explain -- what about the conquest? My friend likes to make Pinky and Brain jokes of how to conquer the world from the cafeteria, that's why it was mentioned. And his memory is actually stone by years, he remembered the dwarven song King Under the Mountain line for line, word for word, after five years without reading the book.

And what you say, deVine, sounds exhausting! I would be so exhausted from all that work and maybe we should try doing that on this site sometimes.

I love this exercise, you should try it too, Genea! And time to take care of my headache.
 
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