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Gymnotide
September 15th, 2008, 12:38 PM
Basically, shorter poems that don't get their own thread.
I decided to be adamant and take poetry to the next level.

[css-div="border: 1px solid black; background-color: white; width: 400px; padding: 20px;"]Relativity
This is a poem.[/css-div]
[css-div="border: 1px solid black; background-color: white; width: 400px; padding: 20px;"]Revolution
This is also a poem.
This is also a poem.
This is also a poem.
This is also a poem.
This is also a poem.
This is also a poem.
This is also a poem.
This is also a poem.
This is also a poem.
This is also a poem.[/css-div]
[css-div="border: 1px solid black; background-color: white; width: 400px; padding: 20px;"]Reverberation
This is a haiku
About how much I truly
Care about your life.[/css-div]
[css-div="border: 1px solid black; background-color: white; width: 400px; padding: 20px;"]Rancor
Shut up.

Your voice
Makes me want to vomit
On small children
In Siberia.[/css-div]
[css-div="border: 1px solid black; background-color: white; width: 400px; padding: 20px;"]Rationalization
Molar grind, abstract mind, destructive thought,
overwrought with certain misery.
Decay, dust,
Evolve, rust,
Fust in us unused.
Flying sorrow, motifs borrowed,
Forget, forgive, remember,
Dismember,
Eviscerate the bowels,
Melt the brain, melt the brain, melt the brain.
Fallen, thrall, Valhalla,
The Final Stand, the Sundered Land,
Heimdall, roots, Hvergelmir,
A farewell to kings.
The valley, harried, buried.
Death. Rebirth.[/css-div]

Glitter Stain
September 15th, 2008, 01:39 PM
Basically, shorter poems that don't get their own thread.
I decided to be adamant and take poetry to the next level.

[css-div="border: 1px solid black; background-color: white; width: 400px; padding: 20px;"]Relativity
This is a poem.[/css-div]

Wow, well... I like this one. It has no structure at all, or even any kind of pattern or repetition, and yet it tickled me on the inside a lot.

[css-div="border: 1px solid black; background-color: white; width: 400px; padding: 20px;"]Reverberation
This is a haiku
About how much I truly
Care about your life.[/css-div]

Did you name this one incorrectly? Reverberation would be more suited for the last poem.

[css-div="border: 1px solid black; background-color: white; width: 400px; padding: 20px;"]Rancor
Shut up.

Your voice
Makes me want to vomit
On small children
In Siberia.[/css-div]

O_o

Why would you want to vomit on children?

Anyway, funny poem.

Poem 5

Aahh.. time for a longer poem. It's a bit hard to follow because the lack of organization -- or even any sort of pattern for that matter -- is slightly distracting. It is nonetheless a good poem due to its professionally mysterious theme. The only line I have to comment on is "Melt the brain, melt the brain, melt the brain." I think I know what you mean but it might be hard for everyone to figure out.
The first four... lots of laughs. XD

Gymnotide
September 15th, 2008, 01:44 PM
Did you name this one incorrectly? Reverberation would be more suited for the last poem.
Eh, I picked a random word. It was the first one of these series. It kind of works if you think about it.

Why would you want to vomit on children?
Because I hate listening to a certain person's voice -___-

Aahh.. time for a longer poem. It's a bit hard to follow because the lack of organization -- or even any sort of pattern for that matter -- is slightly distracting. It is nonetheless a good poem due to its professionally mysterious theme. The only line I have to comment on is "Melt the brain, melt the brain, melt the brain." I think I know what you mean but it might be hard for everyone to figure out.

The problem is that this one isn't supposed to make sense >_<
It was freewrite for English class lolol.

I just wrote down whatever word came to mind.

If it has meaning, then it's an emergent property :)

Scarlet Weather
September 20th, 2008, 10:13 AM
I know this is borderline spam, but...

That last one is like some sort of forgotten verse for Twister.

No, seriously, it's all nonsense. And aside from that, doesn't "Fallen, Thrall, Valhalla" kind of give you that "string of vaguely connected words with a beat" feeling?

Eh, I thought so.

Gymnotide
September 21st, 2008, 09:22 AM
I know this is borderline spam, but...

That last one is like some sort of forgotten verse for Twister.

No, seriously, it's all nonsense. And aside from that, doesn't "Fallen, Thrall, Valhalla" kind of give you that "string of vaguely connected words with a beat" feeling?

Eh, I thought so.

Intended.
It's a free-write for English class.

I didn't feel like writing anything cohesive, so I wrote whatever word came to mind.

Glitter Stain
September 21st, 2008, 09:26 AM
Intended.
It's a free-write for English class.

I didn't feel like writing anything cohesive, so I wrote whatever word came to mind.
Whether it makes sense or not, it all worked out in that last poem.