poetry critical

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Poetry Critical 2.0

Hey guys, Donald here.

In a few weeks, this site will be 9 years old. 9 years! And I still know some of the earliest submissions by heart.

But, boy. That’s like 102 in web-years. So it’s time for something new. I’m building that something now with my nights-and-weekend minutes (and plenty of coffee). Buy me a cup?

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Random Poem:

A Lost Fairytale
kishi-tenshi

A lass on her white gown,
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  a perfect dress for a perfect wedding,
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with her prince so charming,
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  besides her, holding a ring.
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The sounds of "I do" could be heard,
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  from the lips of these lovebirds,
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but there eyes just can't meet,
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    something that made a gap in between.
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A night that was suppose to be full of love,
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    would be the night of endless sorrows,
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cause she entangles him in such a thorny embrace,
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    but he breaks free and would return to her no more.
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Yes he is there, blinding her with his smile again,
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    but his eyes would always tell the truth,
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that he is her prince charming, but she is his witch,
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    and that would be forever be tainted.
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Eyes closed as she moves around,
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  hoping that he would realize,
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that she's the one and the only one,
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  but hoping would never be fine.
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Must she accept the truth,
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  that no matter how beautiful a bride she can be,
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the heart that she owns must be set free,
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  but if she does, would she be able to move again?
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