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  • The Strangest Game

    This is a strange game, so may I please have your attention.
    It will also be pretty difficult.
    Let's start with a line of poetry:
    Oh hark! For the light has appeared
    Now, you take the last three words (light has appeared) and you use the first letter of each word (l, h, a) and write the next line starting with those.
    HOWEVER! Your next line of poetry must rhyme with the first word of the original line.
    So,
    Let Herald announce the highs and the lows
    Got it? Okay cool. Try your best, and please try to participate. (please try to make it make sense ^_^)
    Let me start with this:

    You cannot provoke the forlorn



  • #2
    Sue picked Tim first

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    • otaku.poet
      otaku.poet commented
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      Um....I don't think that's how you quite play,,,

  • #3
    yeah cool, prepare for a new duel where your mind is your only tool against this soar torn war sworn fool that's coming at you straight out of the blue, so now what is it WE MUST DO?

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    • #4
      not sure if that works, are we allowed to use more than one line or should it be only one line like yours?

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      • #5
        and should the first line rhyme with "you" or should we try to end on that note if you are allowed multiple lines?

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        • #6
          (Just in case it is one line only)

          Your correct pragmatic people are feeling too hopeless to fight back after learning a few facts that might be true

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          • #7
            Prelude to Fall upon the morning dew...

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            • #8
              Perhaps the Few will proudly pursue...

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              • #9
                Okay, the original line was ... "You cannot provoke the forlorn"

                Blue is my mood and favorite color.

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                • #10
                  You cannot provoke the forlorn
                  Providing this form is true
                  For the question remains—is truth deriding
                  Its temperament more?

                  (That's all I got.)

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                  • #11
                    You cannot provoke the forlorn
                    Perhaps the forsaken will do?
                    For when downtrodden hearts collapse
                    Desiring hidden comfort lent in lore
                    Love inspires lavish emotional response inspiring
                    Each - reeling in tempestuous nature's shove
                    Tending nascent somber heartache - near the breach
                    Nursing tender bruise requiring mending
                    Burying rancid murmurs 'neath faintest cursing
                    Nearly forced concession, muted sadness carrying
                    Mistaken sorrows - counting cost most dearly
                    Cue melancholy destiny of all forlorn forsaken

                    Holy cow - this was a fun, fascinating challenge! Thanks otaku.poet! I think I got them all. Anyone care to double check me?

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