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Rhyme Battle

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Tue Jun 08, 2021 9:48 pm
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whatchamacallit says...

@alliyah I heard your battle time taunting
and I am not one to shy from a dare!
A poetry war is admittedly quite daunting
but my frightful rhymes will leave you all scared.

I shall use this page as my simile sling,
and my words, metaphorical boulders.
I'll rise above all as the queen (not the king)
as my imagery slowly grows bolder.

Imagine this image: me, winning this war,
leaving you speechless and poemless.
It's the type of fight where there's no gore,
though figurative skeletons shall all be left boneless.

So there, poet friend, I have responded --
your victory has now been postponed (perhaps forever).
But do not fear, don't feel too despondent,
someone else can still win if they're even more clever!
u make me go wat cuz u so wat n u can always go what around u watcha


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Tue Jun 08, 2021 11:00 pm
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TheWarriorMingan says...

No, I'm afraid you have not won,
@alliyah, my foe.
This battle has not yet begun,
For a new poet has joined the show!

I'll write with full passion,
I'll aim my pen as a crossbow.
As a warning: All poets take action,
And they'd better answer by tomorrow!
'We can not choose our destiny, we may only embrace it.' -Tori

Today I bent the truth to be kind, and I have no regret, for I am far surer of what is kind than I am of what is true.
— Robert Brault