Ode to Keat

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Because you folks resorted to go this low

Postby MonroeDoctrine » Fri Jun 04, 2004 4:16 pm

I'm moving with this ploy against the absurd:
I.E. against the most ridiculous verbal skill that I've heard.
I have the authority of the law to smite wicked thought,
mere blasphemous rants that are oppressive,
hence by being on the side of God I'm aggressive
and I'm aiding justice like a powerful dreadnought.
Please don't speak about historical poets like you have that right.
Right upon my entrance I spit out the correct blight,
like this was biological warfare upon arrival,
most of you sound illiterate, uneducated and coarse
as if you rummage through a trash can for survival...
Peace
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Postby keatsisababe » Mon Jun 07, 2004 2:48 am

oh man monroedoctrine, nice work, you've turned this into some kind of rap battle, except with overly pompous vocabulary... keats would be proud if he wasnt too busy tripping on opium
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Postby KeatsonAcid » Mon Jun 07, 2004 2:51 am

I tripped on opium once, its not bad. I wouldnt recommend tripping on acid though, some trips are good but if you get a bad trip it is insane, you dont even know whats going on or anything. It is up there on my scarest things ever. Opium is fun though, i have written a couple of poems while on opium, it really does make you think outside the box. It is a drug though so i dont recommend using it since it is ilegal, but back in the day it was fine to use it.


Ohhhh those were the days
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