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bring on thy questions sweet readers
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What do you think of Lord Byron? Do you know Pedro Calderón de la Barca? What's your favourite literary movement? Favourite poem?
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Is my poem any good?

There once was a rapping tomato
That's right I said rapping tomato
It rapped all day
From april 'til may
And oh yeah guess what?
It was me. The end
I call it "Stolen from Homer".
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Quite intelligent for a bear...
Pray tell me, how doth thou become so intelligent.
One doth wisheth to know
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What do you think of Lord Byron? Do you know Pedro Calderón de la Barca? What's your favourite literary movement? Favourite poem?
Lord Byron ... he was a one for the ladies, wasn't he ( especially his sister :eek: )

Pedro... Pedro... no, is he foreign ?

I loved the movement in Ulysses, the thunderbox one

I have to say that i like my poems the best... they are awesome ? here is a recent one:

There was a young lady called Suzi
Who was frankly a little bit buzi;
After drinking all day
She would roll in the hay
But was shot by a pimp with an Uzi
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Is my poem any good?



I call it "Stolen from Homer".
that is wonderful !! are you famous ?
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Quite intelligent for a bear...
Pray tell me, how doth thou become so intelligent.
One doth wisheth to know
I think it's in my jeans
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i think it's in my jeans
i see. So it is the jeans. O.o
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Lord Byron ... he was a one for the ladies, wasn't he ( especially his sister :eek: )

Pedro... Pedro... no, is he foreign ?

I loved the movement in Ulysses, the thunderbox one

I have to say that i like my poems the best... they are awesome ? here is a recent one:

There was a young lady called Suzi
Who was frankly a little bit buzi;
After drinking all day
She would roll in the hay
But was shot by a pimp with an Uzi
I expected opinion about his poetry, but yeah. :laugh:

It's a playwright of the Spanish Golden Age, his plays have an uncommon poetic scent.

It lacks of content and emotional depth along with an overuse of efortless rhymes. No offense intended.
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Here is another one:

There was a young stripper called Dolly
Whose features were not very jolly
Here thighs were too large
And her face was Farage
But she still earned a great deal of lolly
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bring on thy questions sweet readers
Why are you known as the bear?
Where do you keep your secret lair?
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When you find someone for whom you care?
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I expected opinion about his poetry, but yeah. :laugh:

It's a playwright of the Spanish Golden Age, his plays have an uncommon poetic scent.

It lacks of content and emotional depth along with an overuse of efortless rhymes. No offense intended.
There once was a man from Madrid
Who wrote with the ink of a squid
His plays were quite boring
With not enough whoring
But Lope de Vega outdid
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Where has the horse gone? Where the rider?
Where the giver of treasure?
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Why are you known as the bear?
Where do you keep your secret lair?
Or Is it hidden away
Until cometh the day
When you find someone for whom you care?
There once was a poet called Bear
Whose writings he took pains to share;
His wit and his learning
Soon meant he was earning
Enough to make rivals despair
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Where has the horse gone? Where the rider?
Where the giver of treasure?
trouble with oars :rolleyes:
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bring on thy questions sweet readers
Could any dolt with half a brain
See the human kind has gone insane,
To the point where I don't know
If i'll upset the status quo
If I throw poison in the watermain?
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Could any dolt with half a brain
See the human kind has gone insane,
To the point where I don't know
If i'll upset the status quo
If I throw poison in the watermain?
thou art ensnarèd by the web
thy wits are floating free
forsake this place and venture forth
'tis groundhog day for thee
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There once was a man from Madrid
Who wrote with the ink of a squid
His plays were quite boring
With not enough whoring
But Lope de Vega outdid
That's better.:cool:
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thou art ensnarèd by the web
thy wits are floating free
forsake this place and venture forth
it's judgement day for thee
There wasn't enough rhyming in there for me to consider it a poem :no:.
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There wasn't enough rhyming in there for me to consider it a poem :no:.
the words are apt
the scansion fit
if you are jel
go take a ****
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