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In my opinion this a puddle of vomit I forced out. I haven't written anything with a point or otherwise for a long time.


(about a person)
dying, dead, no longer with us
how did you die? I saw you full of life
but you died, soon as you tossed me
how did you die? will you ever come back?

(about a feeling)
clouds, high in the sky
mocking me and floating above with their
noses in the air, flaunting their freedom
I, just an insignificant human, hold my hand up to the sky in hope of tickling the underbelly of the floating fluff



That's all the up-chucking I can handle for the moment. And this is off the top of my head, but has roots of truth. I currently have a couple of ideas for 'grand' pieces, in my mind they are grand at least. Well, actually I had and idea or two, but they escaped. Damn.......

Lately the only thing going on in my life is switching schools, and I now have a creative writing class. Yay! I can get a credit for that! I'll get that damn scholarship thing!! But I can't wait to see what kind of challenges the teacher dishes out to my inner writer.



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Mad monkey fling poo!


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The following comments are for "Forced Vomit"
by SingChi

Upchuck
The (about a feeling) stanza was phenomenal. GREAT imagery and wonderful metaphor.

( Posted by: chinadoll [Member] On: September 7, 2006 )

More Hot Vomit
Forced inspiration...
is an up-chuck of creativity...
unlike regurgitation

( Posted by: awhippingflame [Member] On: May 3, 2016 )





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