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Comforting Word to a Red Haired Maiden, Her Leg Caught in Grain Auger

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Poetwheel
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Think not of me now, dearest, as hacksaw'd bone, and crimson dew caress my
newest dungarees.
Forget dishes unwashed and vacuums unfloored, becrutched & gimpy princess
You have larger concerns now, my sweet...
Belay your fears, good war-amps opportunist, me lady o' the stump...
For tis you, the engobbled, who requires reprise.
While I shall pull your chunchy, beshredded self from the jaws of wrath,
know this:
Once I extract your legless ass from this damdable grain pit...
Tis the trunk of my car for you, gruesome ballerina!


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Suffice to say, different is a modest word for this piece of work.

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Tim
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chunchy?
Poetwheel
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I'me excercising my poetic license... don't you think it a great word to describe a shredded limb? Chunchy? BTW this poem is to be taken with many grains of salt...my legacy is to get a laugh out of absurd scenarios...accomplished?
Andrew Scott
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I guess I must be a slightly sick and twisted fellow for I can't stop chuckling at this one.
Poetwheel
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Thanks Andrew. Again this one is clearly morbid, but its meant to draw humor from its disturbing scene. Think about it, some baladeer serenading a red head with her leg caught in an auger?!? I can appreciate what some people are troubled by this style, but I love this kind of wacko dark humor...

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