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Poetry Day: Death to the Remixer

(Forgot which remix set me off on this one.  Probably went overboard, but I really hated the new version.) The horror that you made Thinking you have skill With an ear made all of tin All I hear is noise … Continue reading

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Poetry Day: Death Throes

(This is based on a real event.  I got really sick and had trouble sleeping because it felt like I was being suffocating by mucous.  Kept jolting awake to handle it, which was ignored by other people.  It left me … Continue reading

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Poetry Day: Death Sentence Hypocrisy

(I wrote this one after reading about an animal getting put down.  It had attacked a human that had climbed into its enclosure.  It made me think about how an animal that attacks people gets put down so easily, but … Continue reading

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Poetry Day: Death of the Overused Meme

(This one is rather self-explanatory.  We’ve all seen it happen.) You use it every chance you get The latest viral phrase of fun Hilarious in its native land That not everyone has seen You drag it out at every whim … Continue reading

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Poetry Day: Darwin Slepsnor

(Totally forgot that I did a poem on Darwin Slepsnor.  He’s definitely evolved a bit since I did this poem.  For one thing, I made him a little chubby and gave him a plan.  This poem is accidentally insulting at … Continue reading

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Poetry Day: Cycle of Egos

(Not the biggest fan of the title now, but that’s what I picked.  It’s really about abuse.  A person who batters at another’s sense of self-worth and will stop long enough for them to recover.  I’ve dealt with too many … Continue reading

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Poetry Day: Cursed Soul

(This poem is another easy one to figure it.  Deals with a person who was bad in a past life and is routinely being punished whenever reincarnated.  I always thought that would be a nightmare because the person would suffer … Continue reading

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Poetry Day: Curse of the Immortal

(This one is rather self-explanatory.  For a long time, I’ve been fascinated by immortality and the mental/emotional impact it would have on a person.  It really does come off as a curse unless one cuts off their ability to make … Continue reading

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Poetry Day: Creators

(This was a newer version of a poem I wrote in high school, but lost.  I think I did another version when I spent a summer in Israel back in 1998.) It is an itch Embedded Within our blood An … Continue reading

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Poetry Day: Controllers of Life and Death

(At first glance, I thought this was about nurses and doctors.  Then, I realized I wrote it when I was angry about health insurance.) They make the hardest choice Based on what they gain Do they pay to have you … Continue reading

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