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One can have an opinion
For every thing
Yet watch on the way you are saying
Your opinion
And to who
One may live with it
While the other gets furious
One who is using words
Witch are not heard
Will get rivals
While the other has the same opinion
But is using words
Witch can be heard
Will get rivals
But lesser
And he will get the chance to live
While in the books witch are so holy
Are written
Ye neither kill nor hurt
A single living soul
Or else thy have
And yet they go against
These rules
These holy rules
Why, why is the biggest question
Witch may not be answered
At all
Maybe someday
But not now
And why should someone
Declare some kind of war
To every one who belongs
To that kind
While only one of them
Did it
That is something for stereotypes
To do
Or does who will become
A stereotype
Yet a little war has already began
And a little one will
Go to big
And as we fight here on earth
So to might
God and Allah
However we can not see that
For they might as well are trying
To settle it
Yet on both sides
The mortals are saying
They are fighting and ours shall win
And both are saying blasphemy to each other
Until both sides will fall down
On the same moment
On the ground
Neither by combat
Nor there wounds
But by there followers
Neither the angels nor the prophets in heaven
Can heal those wounds
Of there gods
Caused by only one man
Who wanted some kind of challenge
And a challenger he got
And then the wire of his life
Was snapped into two
By the scissors of Apopes
And none can change
The will of the unchangeable
And so he died
And immediately
Grief, sorrow and overreaction came
Slaughter they all said
Well I say
He was just killed like any other
Man or girl
Who to had an bullet or two and an knife in them
I my self find the word
More to be used for the little girl
Rowena the girl of Mulde
That is what Im calling
And I do not feel
Neither grief nor sorrow
For those who challenge them
Selfs to dead
Just like the matadors do in Spain
So do we here
Just like any other land has an

Some Kind Of Matador


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The following comments are for "Some Kind Of Matador"
by Naijerana

which witch
Hi Naijerana. Your message is good but not so clearly delivered. Some things will improve as your familialirty with English grows, I suspect. The word "witch" stands out because it means "a woman who uses magic or herbs" and carries strong mystical associations. "Which" is the word you need here in quite a few places. I can still feel the emotion and thoughts behind your poem though, and agree with you there. Good effort.

( Posted by: smithy [Member] On: March 25, 2005 )

I feel you and I do see,(appreciate smithy for is input with witch/which, I mispel quite a bit)
don't pull this to correct, we are all educated enough to understand. Want you to know I'm new
at writing, but, I know what I like...From your
heart the passion flows, doesn't always mean all
will agree but, that can be the beauty of it, too. Good Job...Robinbird

( Posted by: Robinbird [Member] On: March 25, 2005 )

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