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Author Name: Premiummazurekd 3 Comments
Date Added: November 21, 2012 14:11:02 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Type: Rhyming
Category: Adventure Team Challenges/Shotgun Word Bank Poems/Week 4- Shotgun Word Bank Poems Add To Favorites | Text Only
The End Justifies the Means?
Magically wave a wand to erase all music from
 the past, present and future.
Declare a state of emergency to awaken silence
to announce life is the loser.
Clumsily angels request death's rattle in symphony
 never become the chooser.
A happy energetic song is guilty of a baby's smile
 while pain is our accuser.
Author's Notes:

past  present  future  symphony state  declare  announce  awaken  happy energetic clumsily magically

I wondered about my state of mind at times doing these word bank challenges. 

'Shotgun' 'WBC'   '4'
On the day you were born that was a good day for me.

God made only one for Adam and then later made thee





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Comment By: PremiumShawn on November 24, 2012 06:56:19 PM Report
Nice use if the word bank. I like your rhyme scheme. 


Comment By: FreeAdri on November 22, 2012 02:41:14 AM Report
Great poem Dan, and for shotgun it is brilliant 

Comment By: FreeFirestone Feinberg on November 21, 2012 06:58:25 PM Report
A wonderful solution to the Shotgun WBC.  It seems to me that you have written an unusual and beguiling poem.  I can't decide if the last line belies the previous three lines or if it continues with similar sentiment: a puzzle, to be sure.  This poem makes me wonder... it captures my curiosity.  I think you just let your mind relax and wrote -- freely -- as your imagination flowed.  Beautiful!  --David


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