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rhymegirl
03-23-2006, 02:42 AM
Where did William go?
Looks like hes disappeared,
Perhaps hes on a desert island
Growing a long beard.

Perhaps he has a cold,
Perhaps he has the flu
With stomach pain and aches and chills
Along with each a-choo.

Perhaps he had a heated fight
With someone on this board,
From talking politics
Or else religion and The Lord.

Or maybe he is working
On some new poetry,
In order to inspire us
Quite talented is he.

Whatever he is doing,
We miss his little face,
He makes this poetry haven
A cooler, better place.

trumancoyote
03-23-2006, 02:46 AM
I think he was peeing this morning w/ the toilet seat up, and the toilet seat fell, and it fell on his weewee, and his weewee got stuck under the toilet seat, and he's still there, stuck and crying.

Stew21
03-23-2006, 02:47 AM
very good RhymeGirl. I like it very much!
I was wondering where he was off to today and thinking it gets desolate here with out his nudgings and without his poetry to read and rave on.
Hope all is well with him and maybe he's just busy with work but will be back soon! =)

Trish

Stew21
03-23-2006, 02:48 AM
I think he was peeing this morning w/ the toilet seat up, and the toilet seat fell, and it fell on his weewee, and his weewee got stuck under the toilet seat, and he's still there, stuck and crying.

Oh, tru, you sweet thing - I've missed you too! :) where have you been? We're ready to see more of your good reads as well!

Paint
03-23-2006, 02:54 AM
I think he went for a long walk in the snow, contemplating his next poem, took a wrong turn and ended up in Oregon where he discovered the family who had been missing for 17 days and helped them back to society.

I always miss him--it is like the missing ingredient in the cake that makes it rise.
I hope he hurries back or we will degenerate into an endless conversation--and never write meaningful poetry...

poetinahat
03-23-2006, 03:56 AM
If you don't mind my saying, Rhyme,
I think you've got it nailed!
I hope it's not a tiger trap
on which he's been impaled.

I think, my gentle poetess,
he'll be back momentarily;
if he has lurked and seen your ode,
he'll know he's necessarily!

JAlpha
03-23-2006, 04:06 AM
I think hes been crushed
under a chain of haikus
DAMN those silly fools!

Sarita
03-23-2006, 06:13 AM
He's locked in my basement...

Cassie88
03-23-2006, 07:20 AM
Perhaps our Will went sailing
And fell off the great sloop
Perhaps our Will went running
And slipped on doggie poop

Perhaps he jumped a train for hell
And settled in quite nice
If that's the case, I think we all
Should send him bags of ice

Or maybe he's just on a brake
The kind we need so oft
As long as he's not reading poems
From another forum trough

Yeshanu
03-23-2006, 07:42 AM
He only posted twice today,
Before the morning ended.
He hasn't since been on the boards,
Was he, perchance, offended?

It's quite unlike our dearest mod
To absent himself thus,
I guess that's why this thread is here--
We have to make a fuss.

kdnxdr
03-23-2006, 07:48 AM
O, wee willey where might ye be
under the tree or out to sea?
dear willey come home and marry me
and if ye can't, cry I shan't
willey o willey my boy.

ddgryphon
03-23-2006, 11:31 AM
Bonny William a dear dark love
Took leave of poets in this way
Responding to the muse above
And natures call he needs obey

Those remaining, seeking comfort
Miss that presence upon the board
Gentle correction, sly retort
Guiding spirit they looked toward

Write dear poets, know that spirit
Fear not all those who now must yearn
For he knows, ah yes, he hears it
Bonny William, will eer return

Stew21
03-24-2006, 02:23 AM
He's locked in my basement...

Will you let him out already? Its sssoooo quiet around here!


::watching the tumbleweeds roll through the poetry forum::

rhymegirl
03-24-2006, 05:46 AM
So where is he already????

He is forcing me to use smilies. Sorry, can't hold back.

:cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:

kdnxdr
03-24-2006, 08:55 AM
:Shrug: :popcorn: :Headbang: :PartySmil :Hammer: :Guitar: :e2shrug: :e2steer: :e2thud: :e2bummed:

WAITING FOR WILLIAM'S RETURN