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    Walks in the shades. Rivana's Avatar
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    what was third again?
    the commandment of the weak -
    to blame another. . .

    edit.
    Guh, I can't believe I put that nature thing in the wrong thread. It was supposed to go in haikuicide, I'm moving it there and writing another here to keep the flow.
    Last edited by Rivana; 07-30-2006 at 02:13 AM.

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    to blame another
    to take his wife in your bed
    its right in your eyes
    He could not get out the answer for the sum but it did not matter. White roses and red roses: those were beautiful colours to think of.

    - Joyce

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    its right in your eyes
    my right to say nay or aye
    starlights in our eyes

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    starlights in our eyes
    feels like a benediction
    as the world blows up

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    and the world blows up,
    we are sparkles in the dark
    looking for the light.
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    looking for the light
    we should seek the inner spark
    for our greater truths

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    for our greater truths
    patriots convened, haggled;
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    Open and waiting...
    God, this is way too easy.
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    I'll never grow up
    even if mom wants me to
    it's way, way too hard
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    it's way, way too hard,
    dried and burnt, parched like my throat.
    what of our cake now?

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    What of our cake now?
    It has fallen flat because
    we have no patience.
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    we have no patience,
    we drive then get out and run,
    oh what will happen?
    He could not get out the answer for the sum but it did not matter. White roses and red roses: those were beautiful colours to think of.

    - Joyce

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    oh what will happen?
    with so many dying: bombs
    exploding over me
    If I'd had more time, I'd have written a shorter letter. Mark Twain

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    exploding over me
    maple helicopters and
    dandelion seeds
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    dandelion seeds
    in the air like so many
    fires, I blow hard
    If I'd had more time, I'd have written a shorter letter. Mark Twain

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    fires, I blow hard
    but it's the frosting I want
    shut eyes, sink the knife
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    shut eyes, sink the knife
    think ahead to dinner when
    skinning a catfish
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    practical experience, FTW LimeyDawg's Avatar
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    skinning a catfish
    such difficult painful work
    yields sweet fried delight

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    yields sweet, fried delight
    even reptiles love donuts
    grease is good, gekko!
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    grease is good, gekko!
    don't you just love that fried smell?
    from the dirty pan?
    He could not get out the answer for the sum but it did not matter. White roses and red roses: those were beautiful colours to think of.

    - Joyce

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    from the dirty pan?
    you really expect for me
    to cook in that thing?
    PSG
    LOOK!!!
    here, too--> FREE_TEXAS

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    has a lopsided smile. laurel29's Avatar
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    To cook in that thing
    (is) sinister negligence
    the fate of a child

    (The is in parethesis is there because I couldn't decide how many syllables negligence has - I think I need it but I'm not sure)

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    back door man Godfather's Avatar
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    the fate of a child,
    should be beautiful, instead
    a tragic let-down.
    He could not get out the answer for the sum but it did not matter. White roses and red roses: those were beautiful colours to think of.

    - Joyce

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    a tragic let-down -
    she was looking for a man,
    found only man-boys

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