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~ What Happened To The Poets?

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What happened to the poets,

their words describing dreams?

What happened to the poets with their laughter & their screams?

Where did they go so quietly lost?

How were they so tossed?

What happened to the poets?

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What happened to the poets,

their words describing dreams?

What happened to the poets with their laughter & their screams?

Where did they go so quietly lost?

How were they so tossed?

What happened to the poets?

This is great stuff, Qryos! It brings to my attention, also, that there are no other topics but this one. What happened to the older works that were here?

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What happened to the older works that were here?

At the bottom of the Topics list there is a means to select how far back the list shows.

(30 days is default)

Select "Show all" and You will see more.

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~ Thanx Monk :drinks:

Really Ed, seriously, having one's poetry 'go away' does not inspire anyone to do any more.

Why bother posting poetry if it's not going to be read?

Isn't there some way to prolong the 'gong'?

{Besides replying every month to each piece, which would work but be a chore, huh?}

... OK, yes, I know, the storage & all would become ridiculous...

Sorry for my whining.

It's not the place of this site to store anything indefinately.

Just need new stuff or at least interest to keep it vital.

{Dammm, I will argue with myself, won't I? I do babble!}

Edited by Qryos

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Oh, it's still there. ya just have to look harder.

I'm gonna fix that, tho.

Thanks, Murph and Ed. Alotta good stuff comes in here. I was worried that there had been a house cleaning. Visions of bonfires fueled by poetry danced through my head, for a hot minute. I just finnished reading 1984, so I prolly gotta lil paranoid about history being erased.

Again, thanks.

GM.

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once, when I was a young and stupid admin, I did exactly that. Deleted months' worth of Bards material completely by accident.

I felt really bad about that.

I got over it, tho. :D

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once, when I was a young and stupid admin, I did exactly that. Deleted months' worth of Bards material completely by accident.

I felt really bad about that.

I got over it, tho. :D

And for some of those whose works you deleted they fell into despair; taking to the bottle, laying about in gutters and spanking stray cats.

It was ugly, what you did, sir! Ugly! You shall never be forgiven.

May your conscience allow you some rest, sir, for the Gods of Bardsville will surely not...

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I SAID I was sorry when I did it!

I really did feel bad about it, tho.

You have to admit, though...

...the cat-spanking thing was interesting... :D

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Awww, didn't mean any disrespect, luv. :shy:

Speaking as a former "poet" here, I'm sure you can appreciate the irony. ^_^

Edited by SifuPhil

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Ouch, Phil. Very ouch. :( :cry:

I did notice it was a little light in here, tho...and I didn't touch the bards section this time!

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Ouch, Phil. Very ouch. :( :cry:

I did notice it was a little light in here, tho...and I didn't touch the bards section this time!

Well, if it wasn't YOU...

...and it wasn't Rev. Jerry...

*suddenly gets very scared :unsure: *

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~ *Purrr*

They be back...

Sometimes a wild cat can leap!

And without warning change a path

that one was treading

without thought.

That cat may be a docile one,

yet still jump out to meow!

Yet never be truly ready

for what it is that's caught.

:rofl:

Edited by Qryos

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~ *Purrr*

They be back...

Cat, mouse - same

Different sides of one beast

One goes "meow", one appears tame

One becomes, for the other, a feast

Murph and his round file

Cries at insinuation

Little mouse contemplates his

Final destination

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