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Re: Tee Hee, Poetry!

Postby Sahan » Sun Aug 01, 2010 4:51 am

Two bad hands and now
I'm folding it in
House of cards collapses
On the gentlest of winds

A construction of parts
To make more than the whole
This once stood for something
Now nothing at all

I'm not trying to be gloomy
But I know what I've seen
When all you've ever seen is red
You can't help but feel green

So don't sing about your life
And how wonderful it is
Don't say it's alright
That I'll one day know your bliss

Because I bought the whole store
When they announced their big sale
But the clothes were all rags
And the bread was all stale

You might think I'm being moody
But you don't know where I've been
For now I only see red
And I only feel green
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Re: Tee Hee, Poetry!

Postby Sahan » Thu Aug 12, 2010 4:14 pm

More late night scribblings from me that I felt quite chuffed about when it was done. I tried to make one that wasn't constantly rhyming, and for once I don't mind that fact.

The Girl Who Was

There was a girl
Always was
And never will be
Not once
Not ever
Never once in forever
Was she anything other
Than the girl who was

Almost stole my heart
Almost made my day
A brave warrior like me
Doomed to fight another day

Because that girl
Always was
And never will be
Not once
Not ever
Never once in forever
Was she anything other
Than the girl who was
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Re: Tee Hee, Poetry!

Postby FengharTheNord » Thu Aug 12, 2010 6:27 pm

I like that one a lot
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Re: Tee Hee, Poetry!

Postby Sahan » Fri Aug 13, 2010 3:02 am

Thanks. As you can probably tell, it's about a girl I know who was a bit unfortunate in love. I stopped talking to her a while ago because I was upset with her and her unintentionally terrible decisions sometimes, but then recently stumbled upon some of her semi-personal writings, and when I saw what was actually going through her head, it made me feel like a bit of a jerk for doing that.
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Re: Tee Hee, Poetry!

Postby AHMETxRock » Fri Aug 13, 2010 3:15 am

That one's really awesome.
Just like an std, will never fully go away.
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Re: Tee Hee, Poetry!

Postby AHMETxRock » Fri Aug 13, 2010 6:49 am

I now understand why the villian thinks he is right
Why he would fight for what's wrong with all of his might
To kidnap the princess, and try to slay the good knight
There is something wrong in his perception; a flawed sense of sight
Though he is donned in armor of black, he thinks it a shining white
...The true question is if he will ever see the light.
Just like an std, will never fully go away.
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Re: Tee Hee, Poetry!

Postby LordRetard » Fri Aug 13, 2010 6:50 am

Man those would be sickkk rhymes if you rapped them and had someone produce a track to them.
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Re: Tee Hee, Poetry!

Postby AHMETxRock » Fri Aug 13, 2010 8:14 am

Holding one another's hands we walked into the labyrinth of life
Both of us unaware that the path was paved with strife.
When we reached an impass, although together we could not remain
I had always hoped in my heart we would meet up again one day.
Things became worse the further on we drifted
But before I could head back the walls around me shifted.
I became trapped, whilest alone you found the exit
Pounding on my cell's walls, all I know is I regret it.


Edit: Another one.

Forget making wishes, forget having dreams.
All I need is something real in which to believe.
Something small and simple, to hold in my hand.
To hold tight and look at, and let me understand.
Just like an std, will never fully go away.
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Re: Tee Hee, Poetry!

Postby Edminster » Fri Aug 13, 2010 9:16 am

AHMETxRock wrote:I now understand why the villian thinks he is right
Why he would fight for what's wrong with all of his might
To kidnap the princess, and try to slay the good knight
There is something wrong in his perception; a flawed sense of sight
Though he is donned in armor of black, he thinks it a shining white
...The true question is if he will ever see the light.

I like it. It reminds me of the quote "Your enemy is never a villain in his own eyes".
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Re: Tee Hee, Poetry!

Postby AHMETxRock » Fri Aug 13, 2010 3:45 pm

Thanks.

Like a pretty little doll I keep on the shelf
To hold when I want and keep you all to my self.

Taken for granted, I let you drag through the dirt.
You are a person, a doll cannot be hurt.
Just like an std, will never fully go away.
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Re: Tee Hee, Poetry!

Postby Felstaff » Mon Aug 23, 2010 10:49 am

We found the word scrawled, in black, on the wall
A gaggle of giggling girls down the hall
Graffiti, vandal, political, art
Written in malice, or written by heart

Four simple letters; one combination
Three consonants, one vowel, in blunt notation
Perhaps it wasn't written in meanness
This vulgar term for the cleft of Venus

Perhaps it was anger, thrust at the world
Through powerful language, emphatically hurled
Perhaps it was joy, or mere celebration
At coarse and crude sarcous information

Only the artiste could explain meaning
Insult, offence, political leaning?
Whether to cogitate or simply shock
One student piped up: "why not just write cock?"

"He coloured it in!" "Oh, I disagree;
How did you know that the artist was 'he'?
It could have been a female offender
Extrapolation reveals no gender"

"It is barbaric, disgusting and crude,
Not to mention provocative and lewd."
"I find it quaint, lovely, and charming!"
"Powerful words can be so disarming."

So many voices, so much persuasion
How one single word caused such abrasion
The hullaballoo of one simple stunt
Can cause such outcry. Over the word cunt.
255 characters of free advertising space? I'm selling these line feather jackets...
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Re: Tee Hee, Poetry!

Postby Apocalyptus » Mon Aug 23, 2010 2:38 pm

Ha, I really like that one.
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Re: Tee Hee, Poetry!

Postby Edminster » Mon Aug 23, 2010 2:45 pm

Felstaff wrote:
Code: Select all
cu[s][/s]nt

Now that is clever. Way more elegant than my solution to put a tiny period in the filtered word.
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Re: Tee Hee, Poetry!

Postby FengharTheNord » Mon Aug 23, 2010 9:10 pm

I really can't believe you guys went so long without it being used. I mean, geez, I only showed up what but a year ago.
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Re: Tee Hee, Poetry!

Postby Sahan » Tue Sep 07, 2010 10:19 am

The crazy duo I've mentioned before are getting upset again, I think one of them's been stalking my private online blog (yeah, yeah, I shouldn't be putting it online if it's private, but it would take some dedicated sleuthing to search it up). Anyway, they found out about something I never mentioned anywhere else about a possible future relationship, and they're getting all upset, and I'm fed up. Hence this scribbling when I should have been doing my report.

This hammer is approaching
The arm is already in swing
I’d meet it again
But I’m a delicate thing
To take another blow
Would destroy my everything

I’m sorry. Didn’t mean
To bring you harm
But you went looking for warmth
In silicone arms

You always needed heat
Cold winds gave you chills
Whilst I walked through blizzards
Because I loved the thrill
But I’d have sat by your fire if you
Opened the windowsill

I’m sorry. Didn’t want
To bring you harm
But you tried to find warmth
In silicone arms

And what do you expect from me?
To stand here with a stupid smile
Whilst you go out living your life
And rip me to shreds all the while?

I know you lied to my face
The day you walked away
So now make your lies truths
And stay out of the way

I’m sorry I can not
Protect you from harm
Because you went looking for warmth
In silicone arms
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