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Crystal Lane Swift? Today is your crucifixion. (Other) by DreamerSupreme
Hey, congratulations on just giving yourself FOUR tens! using your two nicks: one ten with CLS, one with lydia and twice anonymously. Your latest poems are high up on the vote scale because of you.. must be proud of it. How pathetic can you get? Voting on yourself? You want to know something else thats REALLY funny? You voted tons of tens on my other nick Y2kSlamPoet.. and who knows who else- think I should go check, but I'm not that motivated. So you hate SupremeDreamer- me? And LOVE Y2kSlamPoet? Me? look, we should work this out, no really, I want to understand this utter stupidity. You know, you make my clown act look like shit- why? because your just naturally brainless. Hell, YOU EVEN GAVE A TEN TO MY POEM "Timmy Christ Didn't Like Dr. Seuss" And your a devout christian? Fucking hogwash lady. You have no dignity or self respect- and whats worse? You have no fucking clue that your being an idiot. Maybe today I'm like "full of teen angst?" But no. I was doing my "fuck you + jokes" bit, and then I started looking at voting details.. thats when I fucking lost it. Darkie couldn't push my buttons as well as you can, hell, I actually enjoy fighting with him. But you? I just want to fucking squash you. I'm being completely honest. I REALLY dislike you. Have a nice day lady. Oh, and heres the evidence: Our Future (Free verse) by lydia evelyn We are on the verge Of something very exciting. No matter which path we choose And which God leads us down, I am certain of one thing. I know, Like I have known nothing else In my life, As long as we walk together, We will make beautiful things. Our lives will be blessed. There is no doubt In my mind That if we surrender All to He who is Lord, We will forever remain Unbroken. We will do great things. I know it. Whether those great things Which God calls us to do seem small, To the world around us, Such as simply those values We instill in our children, Or reforming politics and religion As we humans know them today, I know we will be blessed And oh, so happy. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------- Back to poem details ------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------- Shuushin 7 December 17, 2003 12:18 PM PST Shardik 7 December 17, 2003 12:00 PM PST wcrystal lane swiftw 10 December 17, 2003 11:03 AM PST Anonymous 10 December 17, 2003 11:02 AM PST ___________________________________________________________ Our New Dance (Free verse) by wcrystal lane swiftw I know not why it has taken this long, For me to grasp that your love is reliable as the dawn. Always there, without fail, you are, You care for all of me, whether physically near or far. Open dreams wrap ‘round, so full of wistfulness, They fill my heart with blissfulness. Shifting vision, betwixt fantasy and reality, Making my eyelids part, then shut mightily. Strength of your body, now reflection in mind, Looking in to you, I cherish what I find. Confusion spreads at will, an endless spring, Releasing control, I ponder that which future may bring. Black and white finally reveal their gray, Accepting it, I want for that which may. Loosening grip, I partake of our new dance, Come with me, we are worth this chance. Sorry does not describe the depth that I feel, I only now discovered that this is real. Join me, on this virtual ballroom floor, You have open and filled my heart’s wide door. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------- Back to poem details ------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------- Everyone 0 December 17, 2003 12:00 PM PST Shardik 8 December 17, 2003 11:53 AM PST lydia evelyn 10 December 17, 2003 11:05 AM PST Anonymous 10 December 17, 2003 11:04 AM PST __________________________________________________________ AND HERES YOU GIVING A TEN TO: Timmy Christ didn't like Dr. Seuss (Free verse) by Y2kSlamPoet Today was special- Jesus's grandson was hung from the monkey bars, staples encircling his brow. The children danced around him. Janice caught his blood in barbies teacup and each had a taste of divinity. Schoolyard singing drifted- a childs ditty: Timmy Christ swings on a noose He prayed before eating raisins Told the teacher he didn't like Dr. Seuss Said that he could erase our sins Warned us that satan was loose We killed the last lamb today Every child here hated him Timmy Christ is on display Blood is sweet from lambs limb Timmy Christ lived in the old abbey At lunch he drank holy water Swore he could walk across the sea He always slept on the altar All the kids said he was a looney We killed Timmy with glee First we thrashed him in the bathroom Then the teacher gave us all a smiley For sending Timmy to his doom They sung until story time and left him swinging, laughing about the schoolyard killing and the urine dripping from little Timmy's shorts. Indeed, it was very special today the day children killed Jesus's great grandson. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------- Back to poem details ------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------- Shardik 10 November 15, 2003 2:12 AM PST -=Dark_Angel=- 0 October 10, 2003 1:41 AM PDT Bachus 9 October 9, 2003 9:30 AM PDT <~> 2 October 9, 2003 7:04 AM PDT rockmage 10 October 8, 2003 7:27 PM PDT wcrystal lane swiftw 10 October 8, 2003 12:25 PM PDT

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