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    write a really bad poem

    Just bash one out. Don't think about it too much. I'll start.

    ****

    Oh my love, how I have burned for you
    you who I know are waiting could it be
    around this very next corner, waiting
    for the vision we both yearn so to see

    Come on a magic ocean of joy, my love
    Let us be united in a kiss of pure bliss
    For we have spent our lives waiting only
    waiting and now it has come at last to this!

    ****



    Come on. Don't be shy! Embarrass yourselves!

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    Between the scramble
    in your mind and the slop
    in mine we could assemble us
    a stew of an unusual kind.

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    You stroke my face gently,
    my flaming cheeks,
    and felt it a rampant fever.
    But it's not, my love-I know
    your hands exposed too long
    in the frost-biting air.
    Then you slipped your
    fingers down my lips,
    the parching texture,
    and smelt thirst acrid and bitter.
    But it's not, oh my love-lo,
    swiftly it mellowed with drips
    through your misty eyes,
    hued to the joyful color
    of a white rose-
    It's been years.
    There is no polite way
    of being happy

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    When rain fell
    like your tears,
    but you slipped
    on the floor and
    like my heart
    you broke,
    but it was your butt.

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    In a glance I catch you there
    strutting across the room
    looking like a banny rooster
    flexing your muscle
    and checking your reflection.
    You turn my stomach
    If you were only half
    the superman you imagine
    the world would be a better place

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    Take me, I'm yours,
    behind those closed doors,
    but first the hors d'oeuvres,
    will settle our nerves,
    or maybe some drinks,
    I hope they won't jinx
    This lovin' feelin',
    This sexual healin',
    Can you feel the love tonight
    If it's not wrong, it must be right!
    I'm in love with The Vinegar Man and Mr. Tanner, but be careful, it could just as easily be you.

    "If you're going to write you better have somewhere to come from." Flannery O'Connor

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    funny idea, blp. .. hum, all my poems are really bad...

    Quote Originally Posted by ampoule
    Take me, I'm yours,
    behind those closed doors,
    hahahhaha, that's hilarious! i can do cheap rhymes on end... will try it later

    meanwhile:

    oh you cold-blooded robot
    whenever we met
    our gaze locked in an
    intergalactic paroxysm
    of forbidden passion
    how could you forget
    our amore in the
    beachside changing room?
    Don't look at me like this,
    how can it be wrong,
    when it feels so right.
    Oh sole mio,
    you were my sun,
    my moon, my stars,
    without you I'm a nova.

    cheap rhymes galore, shivering shocks style


    Depart we must
    My boy, my toy,
    my source of joy,
    my bean of soy,
    my oaty meal!
    If I could tell you
    how I feel.
    You child of parents,
    woe-begotten!
    The ticking clocks,
    the smelly socks,
    the fungus green and rotten
    sits upon the mantelpiece
    as we take our desperate leaves.
    To leave! To part!
    The poisoned dart
    has pierced my heart.
    There is no art
    that can restore
    what we have lost,
    depart we must.
    The chilly gust,
    the age-old rust,
    blow us apart.
    Adieu, Good-bye!
    **********************************
    Ode to Spock
    Oh Spock, you living rock,
    your shining lock,
    you strapping jock,
    so full of mock.
    You sexy half-breed,
    spread your seed!
    Now chimes the clock,
    now crows the c*ck,
    to dig your grave.
    You were so brave.
    Your moss-green blood
    now stains the mud
    and seeps unstopping earthward.
    Not quite yet dead,
    your raise your head.
    Your ears, so pointy in their prime,
    now droop amidst the crawling slime.
    How well-groomed was your rooster*,
    that emerald love-booster!
    Oh Spock, as solid as a rock,
    no key could break your lock.
    I long, I yearn, I pine to dock
    my ship upon your coast.
    This is a toast,
    to you.
    My Spock!

    * sorry i just had to do this, after the obscenity filter mangled the poor innocent bird that rhymes with clock


    ********************

    after the climax comes pleasure
    and after the pleasure comes rest,
    in your arms, safe from harms
    out of the way
    across the bay,
    I count my sheep my gains.

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    Haul me away to the poets time out room but I kinda like those Sleepy.
    I'm in love with The Vinegar Man and Mr. Tanner, but be careful, it could just as easily be you.

    "If you're going to write you better have somewhere to come from." Flannery O'Connor

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    When I look at the stars,
    My heart pounds like a hammer,
    The moon circles remind me of
    A whirlpool’s swirl.

    My head spins, I’m dizzy,
    As my heart begins to wish
    to drown in the whirlpool of your love,
    Where we will meet at the bottom of the sea
    And having died no one can ever tear us asunder.
    There you’ll be, for eternity
    Haunting the deep blue with me.
    "Don't matter who they are, anybody sets foot in this house, they are company and don't let me catch you remarking on their ways like you were so high and mighty."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ampoule View Post
    Take me, I'm yours,
    behind those closed doors,
    but first the hors d'oeuvres,
    will settle our nerves,
    or maybe some drinks,
    I hope they won't jinx
    This lovin' feelin',
    This sexual healin',
    Can you feel the love tonight
    If it's not wrong, it must be right!
    Could be worse!

    Quote Originally Posted by white camellia View Post
    You stroke my face gently,
    my flaming cheeks,
    and felt it a rampant fever.
    But it's not, my love-I know
    your hands exposed too long
    in the frost-biting air.
    Then you slipped your
    fingers down my lips,
    the parching texture,
    and smelt thirst acrid and bitter.
    But it's not, oh my love-lo,
    swiftly it mellowed with drips
    through your misty eyes,
    hued to the joyful color
    of a white rose-
    It's been years.
    Hm, the challenge was to write a BAD poem! I'm sorry to say, you failed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrinceMyshkin View Post
    Hm, the challenge was to write a BAD poem! I'm sorry to say, you failed!
    yes, I agree, I rather liked white camellia's poem, too!

    here's another one. somebody stop me please, I think I can churn out bad poems in bulk!

    shut out this cruel sun
    whose rays would squint your eyes.
    make caries the gnawing tooth of time
    that claws at my commander's
    corrugated curly strands,
    the bleached gold and silver ore,
    my constant copper angel.
    preserve in frosted bubble-wrap,
    my darling dimpled duckling.


    ************************************

    roses are not red enough
    nor lemons green
    to phrase the wall of glass you built
    between your heart and mine.
    Nor can all the penguins in paradise
    sing the soft shutting of the freezer door
    made by your gap-toothed smile.
    When I'm the emperor's dachshund
    I'll pass a Lautgesetz, a Grimm's Law,
    to wrap you up in hornet's furs
    and shout with mournful joy:
    "There's beauty in rejection!"

    Quote Originally Posted by ampoule View Post
    Haul me away to the poets time out room but I kinda like those Sleepy.
    time out room? you mean the one with the nice padded walls and the comfy jackets?

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    It's embarrassing, but these are better than my "good" ones!
    What a life.............
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    Exclamation

    WASHINGTON

    Washington, the Father of our Country,
    Was never a father! So, you see,
    Experts at things they never did
    Have been around for a long time, kid!
    Some of us laugh
    Some of us cry
    Some of us smoke
    Some of us lie
    But it's all just the way
    that we cope with our lives...

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    weeeiirrd, I think I've had too much Coke, I'm on a bad poem rampage

    . here's yet another one, but i'll shut up after that

    the rocky desert, sandy road
    of your quirkless brush-clean face
    stops my engine in the stalls.
    your pine-honey lizard reptile eyes
    draw a line of chalk in the air
    a ready smile says "No"
    And if I asked you to flog me
    would you bring the ol' cat along?
    As a symbol of friendship,
    a token of trust.
    Would you ask why I want it
    or understand and silently carry on?

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    Today I can see
    where, in the sand,
    you were lying yesterday,
    while I heard the tide,
    as you said, I love you,
    creeping in, and as I dreamed
    you left me, the waves
    had leveled the white sand,
    except where you were lying.

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