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Posted 11/29/17 , edited 11/30/17
I made a story with rhymes when I was younger. I was and still am quite proud of it. I might copy/paste it here if I can find the file....
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Posted 12/1/17 , edited 12/1/17


This one is one I wrote and keep in my wallet. I usually look upon it for advice. I wrote it for a girl

Roses are red,
Violets are blue
I'm going to break the flow
Tomas the train
I love you
My poetry is that of a good poet
Now my lady
Drop your pants
I'm going in
To make you
Wednesday's can
I'm getting bored
So ima end it here

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100 / F / ɴᴇᴠᴇʀᴡʜᴇʀᴇ
Posted 12/3/17 , edited 12/3/17
I'm not a huge poetry fan but this one happens to be one of my favorites.

A Voice On An Answering Machine
by: Yusef Komunyakaa

I can’t erase her voice. If I opened the door to the cage & tossed the magpie
into the air, a part of me would fly away, leaving only the memory of a
plucked string trembling in the night. The voice unwinds breath, soldered
wires, chance, loss, & digitalized impulse. She’s telling me how light
pushed darkness till her father stood at the bedroom door dressed in a white
tunic. Sometimes we all wish we could put words back into our mouths.

I have a plant of hers that has died many times, only to be revived with less
water & more light, always reminding me of the voice caught inside the
little black machine. She lives between the Vale of Kashmir & nirvana,
beneath a bipolar sky. The voice speaks of an atlas & a mask, a map of
Punjab, an ugly scar from college days on her abdomen, the unsaid credo,
but I still can’t make the voice say, Look, I’m sorry. I’ve been dead for a long time.

**Btw, if you enjoy poetry, check out It's a great online community for poets. You could post your own or simply read other people's poetry.

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Posted 8/3/18 , edited 8/3/18
I am a member
for many years now but i
dont have enough cr points someone please help me i have tried everything from commenting to answering forums and i watch so much anime. HELP PLEASE
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Posted 8/3/18 , edited 8/4/18
^ That is a strange reason to respond to an inactive topic to ask of Crunchyroll, but if you are referring to creating a topic a non-Premium member must have five hundred points to do so.

In relation to this topic, my passion for poetry depleted within the years of 2014 and 2015. I consider my completed works that was written down or typed to be inferior and novice, which is one of the main reasons that I have refrained from improving and writing in general. Though I was complimented on some of my writings, my response to the poems is disappointment and wanting to emend to improve.

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Posted 8/3/18 , edited 8/4/18
This was the winning entry from an Otaku Haiku Contest

I turn off the computer
The beautiful woman disappears
Only my fat reflection fills the screen

Wow talk about being slapped in the face with a harsh reality....
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28 / USA
Posted 8/4/18 , edited 8/4/18
Every single night it's the same routine
Turn down the lights and turn off the screen
Take a mouthful of pills and crawl into bed
All my fantasies are gone, my hopes and dreams are dead

- a Harem Master Areki original
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32 / M / Scandinavia
Posted 8/4/18 , edited 8/4/18
Ate way too much food
Bent over to pick up fork
Warmth flows down my legs
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Posted 8/4/18 , edited 8/5/18
Recently Mending Wall by Robert Frost has been preoccupying my thoughts, so It's quite a coincidence that this thread appears now. Anyway, I first read the poem in high school and never imagined I would ever think of it again, but it's funny how certain events can bring back old memories of things you never thought you would remember.

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