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ITS ALL YOUR FAULTI hate EVERYTHING! Nobody loves me! I got BAD REP now I want to DIE. The world is a waistland of despair; a vortex of pitiless self-loathing as black as a ravens wing (btw, check my website for more of my excellent poetry) I am now going to gnaw off ALL my fingers and you cannot stop me! So if you never hear from me on LO again then you know that IT?S ALL YOUR FALT!
Finally, poetry I can like!
*Laughs!* Oh, the blog-drama angst-fest, how did I ever manage without it for so long? *Is looking forward to more poetry.*
"Girls are nice and cuddly on the outside, and freaky on the inside." ~ Lost Nemesis.
Die emo, die! *Burns Bastet*
I hate blogs. Bah.
Well, obviously, you need to be put down.
"It fits like clothes made out of wasps!"
Very angsty you should've said something about being dumped and/or cutting your wrists.
I still hate Twiglets!
Charming Nightshade but your message sort of loses a bit of meaning when your last word is spelled incorrectly! :w00t:
By the way write more poetry and people like me will give you positive rep. for it! (No i'm serious i like poetry in particular rhyming and Haiku)
Fascinating, although I am confused as to whether it was suppose to sound truly despairing or if it was simply a sardonic rant. Whilst most of the statements seemed to be mocking and even childish, there were a fair few that seemed to have at least some of that flowery poetic flavour.
My favourite part of your poem was that sentence in the brackets.
Your not being smart being smart by telling a mod their childish :wacko: but maybe your just daring!Originally Posted by Schmeag
NOTE: You should know that you'll probably get neg. rep for that post!
Not all poems have to be flowery, nor mocking, nor despairing. New flavour is the spice of life. The words in those brackets showed the other mood in the poem (which I deemed humorous). "Mocking" and "childish" are not offensive words if the reader does not take it offensively - for I meant no offence, yet I meant the words themselves. To give character to a poem does not describe the poet.