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« Reply #675 on: May 30th, 2004, 7:34pm »
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Can a mod please fix the spelling error in this thread's subject header?  This is a very popular thread that is frequently at the top of the board.  It is very off-putting to see all this beautiful writing in a "writting" thread.
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« Reply #676 on: May 31st, 2004, 12:49pm »
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"writting" is a part of the culture now... granted, scottie can't spell very well and it's a mistake, but this thread has been up for a year and a half, and nobody's complained about it since it first started.  
 
thanks for calling our writing beautiful though Smiley
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« Reply #677 on: Jun 1st, 2004, 4:41am »
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ash your poem....wow......just.....wow
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« Reply #678 on: Jun 1st, 2004, 6:45am »
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I think Ash is right.  I would change it but it's sort of become part of the identity of the thread.  Scott was teased back when the thread was first started, but the name stuck.  
 
However, I'm open - do people really want to change it?
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« Reply #679 on: Jun 1st, 2004, 9:00am »
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i wrote this one at work the other day... it seems kind of dr seussical now when i go back and read it, but i think it gets the point across...
 
The Joyful Israelite
 
There's a joyful Israelite in the hall
Whosings John Lennon and whistles Jim Morrison
Sings Freddie Mercury, he sings them all
But some people wish he'd take his joy far from the mall.
 
The joyful Israelite in summer sings
The music he shares with the soap he brings
With salt from the Dead Sea he peddles his wares
And his voice echoes down the hall, up the stairs.
 
There's a jovial man in our hallway
Who sings from his kiosk and seeks customers
I speak to him almost every day
H ecalls me things like "sweetie girl" and for once, I think it's ok.
 
There's a happy Israeli who sings by our door
Who makes me smile when I see him
But some people don't like him by our store
And as for customers, he could always use more.
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« Reply #680 on: Jun 3rd, 2004, 5:57am »
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moongaze
 
the moon is low and yellow
full of hope  
it will soon rise to white and blue
full of passion
as the sunrises the moon will disappear
full of woe  
but the moon will rise again as it always does  
full of longing
knowing that you are gazing at the moon as do I
full of love
someday we will be gazing togther only to sigh and walk away from the moon.
full of hope for the days to come  
full of passion burning for eachother inside
full of woe of days long past without eachother
full of longing for the future bright and gleaming
full of love for always and forever.
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« Reply #681 on: Jun 3rd, 2004, 7:36am »
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What a poetic couple you two are.  Those were both really good.  I feel like I've watched your poetry evolve over the last couple years and you have both become excellent poets.
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« Reply #682 on: Jun 3rd, 2004, 10:45am »
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first off...both ash and scott... great poems... 2... writting just fits.... i even made a cover for it for ashley Smiley
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« Reply #683 on: Jun 6th, 2004, 4:14pm »
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thanks liv!  I just kinda went all chick-mode just then... scottie hardly writes me poems but when he does they're amazing.
 
i love my scottie
because he's quite the hottie
and sometimes naughty
he has a nice body.
 
i love my honey
he's pretty funny
he sometimes gives me money
and makes the days more sunny.
 
i love my goofamaball
he's cooler than kids in the hall
we always have a ball
and when he has to leave we stall.
 
i love my scottie
he's quite the hottie.
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« Reply #684 on: Jun 10th, 2004, 3:19am »
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hey all...here is a sad one....
 
WASTED
 
I use to wish  
I use to dream and my dreams  
Would be my one priortiy in life  
My one meaning, my one goal  
But i've gone weak  
When you try and try and try  
Nothing ever changes  
You give up hope  
Your heart gets weak  
Everything goes down hill  
Because that one lil' dream of urs  
Was everything to you  
And now that you've leveled w/ reality  
You know it will never be real  
You give up hope  
You've gone weak  
Nothing really matters  
Nothing that actually counts  
Your friends and family will always, but the extra things don't  
Your sports,school, all your hardwork  
It doesn't matter  
You've gone weak  
You figure its nothing  
No matter what you'll do  
You'll never amount  
So why try  
Why try and dream  
And figure out it will never be  
Why wear down your heart  
And hopes like that  
Juss for sorry  
Is it actually worth the pain, agony  
In your heart that you feel when you go weak?  
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« Reply #685 on: Jul 15th, 2004, 3:38pm »
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kind of fictional, i made this up today.
 
They rode in, 6 of them, on the backs of horses.  The crowd, made up of hundreds of people, locals and otherwise, watched with as much intensity as if the reenactment were actually happening.  It was as if, for those moments, the entire town had been transported back the hundred and thirty years that separated them from the events that were being acted out.
A couple entered and exited the bank, and then-- "Get your guns, boys, they're robbing the bank!"  Gunfire.  It was a big event.  For the town of Northfield, Minnesota, there are really only three things that make it noteworthy against any other midwestern farming town:  The Malt-o-Meal factory, the pleasant fumes of which can be detected for miles on a humid day; the two colleges, Carleton and St. Olaf; and Jesse James.  Almost an icon of the town, ironically, the bandit had his last stand here in Northfield when he was shot robbing the First National Bank on what is now Division Street.
Several men on both sides fell to the ground "dead" in the reenactment.  Not appearing today is Joseph Heywood, the bank teller who refused to let the James-Younger Gang have the funds they demanded.  For the occasion is an outdoor event, and Heywood defended -- to his own death-- the bank indoors.  
After the gunfire and Clint Eastwood-like western scene is finished, the James Gang got back up on their horses, to the cheers of the audience who stand and sit on the sidewalks, spilling over into Bridge Square.  The bandits rode down the block and back around by the river, and up past the square to more applause.  The riders smiled and waved, laughing and talking with each other.  "And that's only the first one," one commented to the other, referring to the later Jesse James days the following month.
"Well, it isn't on the top 5 reenactments in the country for nothing!" another one replied.  
After riding off into the sunset and inclimate weather, one of the younger members of the Gang tied up his horse outside a very particular restaurant toward the edge of the downtown.  Still in costume, still acting in character, he stepped in like John Wayne, kicking open the door.  "This is a hostage situation," he declared to the occupants.  He got the attention of most of them, some of whom played along, some of whom laughed.  One of them, with her back to the door and a glass of water on her table, was too wrapped up in the book she was reading to notice.  Either that, or she chose not to.  When she felt a blunt object against the back of her head, her first instinct was panic, until "Excuse me, Ma'am, I'm gonna have to ask you to come with me."  She supressed a smile and feigned fear.  Putting her hands up, she stood.  "Whatever you say," she said, facing him.
Putting one arm around her waist and keeping his gun raised to the air with the other, he backed out of the restaurant.  "Nobody make any funny moves," he said on his way out.
Once outside, he hoisted the captive up onto his horse, then climbed up behind her.  He held her close to him as he drove the horse back out to the outskirts of town, through the cornfields in the dimming twilight.  Then the bandit leaned in and kissed her on the top of her head.  She smiled, tipped her head back and said, "I love you, even when you're the bad guy."
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« Reply #686 on: Jul 20th, 2004, 8:21am »
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isnt writing spelled with one t? i enjoy writing poems and short stories... its a shame they all suck
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« Reply #687 on: Jul 20th, 2004, 8:35am »
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It is indeed spelled with one t, but the person who started this thread very long ago accidentally put two t's in there, and since we are all fond of him we let his mistake slide by. Eventually the mistake became accepted and beloved by all the "writters" on this forum. Smiley
 
P.S. I bet your stuff doesn't suck.  If you enjoy writing, how can it be bad?
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« Reply #688 on: Jul 20th, 2004, 8:45am »
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Kiss thanks for the little info. im kinda new as you can tell
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« Reply #689 on: Jul 21st, 2004, 8:04pm »
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Oh man, new Val, for a minute there when I read your thread that says "too bad they all suck" - I thought you were referring to the writing on this thread!!!  I was more than taken aback, to say the least!  But I get it now, sorry for the misunderstanding.  Anyway, as I told Aaron just today (about starting to write songs), just write stuff down, anything that strikes you.  If it's bad, who cares, getting started is the hard part!  And save all your work -- you can always come back to it later and work on it.  And what if it doesn't suck?  It could be the start of something wonderful.  Take it from me, I've been writing poetry for 10 years.  Sure, some of it "sucks," but I'm proud of a lot of my writing.  With some work and practice, I'm sure you will be too.
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