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Weekly Poetry Contest (143) Voting

Poll closed Mar 17, 2011.
  1. Secondhand Suicide ~ alexskillz

    2 vote(s)
    33.3%
  2. Lucifer Schemes ~ KingDerekx

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. The Real Story of Jack and Jill ~ Cerrus

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. The Bog Man ~ chad3006

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  5. Apology ~ Bay K.

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  6. Two Men from Seattle ~ Forkfoot

    4 vote(s)
    66.7%
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    Weekly Poetry Contest (143) Voting - Limericks

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    Weekly
    Poetry Contest
    One Hundred and Forty Three
    Voting


    Only two entries this week, so let's see lots of involvement with the voting process.

    And this week's theme was: Limericks

    Voting will end on Thursday 17th March 2011.

    Voting for yourself is entirely at your own discretion. I'm frankly sick of discussion on the matter, so any in here will be deleted. If you want to vote for yourself, go for it, but I personally wouldn't do that unless I genuinely believed mine was the best.


    The winning poem will be stickied for a week in the poetry contest.



    Oh, and if I catch anyone cheating, their entry will be removed from the contest and you will be unable to enter a poem into the contest for a month. Sorry to be such an ogre about this, I don't want to be, but rules are rules and are in place for valid reasons. If you can not follow the rules, you face the consequences.

    Best of luck to all entrants, and happy voting.


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    Secondhand Suicide
    By alexskillz


    I saw him grasp the chipped trigger
    Barrel to his head was the figure
    He closed his eyes tightly
    And then ever so lightly
    Became property of the grave digger
     
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    Lucifer Schemes
    By KingDerekx


    Dancing in the fires of life
    Laughing at our mortal strife
    Killing through fear
    You know when he's near
    He never just uses a knife
     
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    The Real Story of Jack and Jill
    By Cerrus


    There once were some kids from Brazil.
    Who accidentally fell down a hill.
    It was quite a fall.
    Probably pushed off by a squall.
    Is it possible that their names were Jack and Jill?
     
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    The Bog Man
    By chad3006


    There once was a man who lived in a bog.
    He spent his day picking nits.
    He talked in circles as he sat on a log
    And impressed himself with his wits.
    His muddy reflection he held most dear.
    The man spoke to hear his own voice.
    He sucked the life out of all who came near
    And died not regretting his choice.
     
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    Apology
    By Bay K.


    I really didn't mean to be rude
    Should have known better --understood
    Just having some fun
    And had a bad run
    Really hope I won't be booed
     
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    Two Men from Seattle
    By Forkfoot


    There once were two men from Seattle
    who engaged in a saxophone battle.
    One got hit a G-flat
    that melted his pee sack
    and ran home to his mother to tattle.
     
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