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Serena and love

by Brian Dickenson (Age: 82)
copyright 11-14-2005

Age Rating: 10 +

Iíve never seen this Sailor Moon.
Cartoons are not my thing,
And this Serena character,
Is welcome to her fling.

I donít know what her leanings are,
Her needs to me are hidden,
But in these days of anything goes
Theyíre unlikely to be forbidden.

In spite of what some people think,
These characters are not real.
Super heroís on a screen,
Donít live or love or feel.

So go ahead Serena
Find yourself a love,
Maybe your cartoon gods
Will send someone from above.

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        01-06-2006     Richard Reed Jr        

I'm more in Roger's corner, but I won't knock something I've never known. I do wonder sometimes how kids tell the difference between fantasy and realism---some adults too, by the way!

Anyway cute poem Brian!


        11-23-2005     Ernest Lozon        

Nice little poem that had great flow to it from top to bottom. The rhythm and rhyme were excellent and the story was easy to follow making it a very interesting one to read. Cartoons are cartoons and they are all different. They're there for a reason and that is to catch the attention of certain readers. Great job on writing this poem. Much enjoyed.

        11-17-2005     David Pekrul        

I've got to admit, Brian, that although I wrote a poem about Serena, I've never really watched this program, and am not all that familiar with it.
I find the look of the characters a little unnerving; I guess I grew up in the Bugs Bunny era, and those are still my favourite cartoons.

        11-16-2005     Brian Dickenson        

Anthony, who are Charlie's Angels? And cowboy cheerleaders? All strange to me.
With regard to receding hair lines, I just wish that I had enough hair so I could notice the difference,,,,lol.
My super hero's were the fighter pilots in WW2.
Anyway Anthony, thanks for the stars. We all walk to a different drum beat.
Cheers, Brian.

        11-15-2005     Anthony Lane Stahlhut        

They all look the same? Come on Roger should we put you in the group with receding hair lines? Why do you both talk so bad about what you don't know? These cartoons mean just as much as the Charlie's Angels! All the Cowboys cheerleaders dress the same, but I watch them almost the whole game(Sometimes the crowd screams and I have to look away). Brian this is cute even if it lowers your worth to the Moonies! Thanks for trying, Anthony

        11-15-2005     Roger Crique        

I truly second your opinion. I certainly do not want to offend any Moonatics out there, but I just don't understand what grown-ups see in these characters! They all look the same to me! I grew up with Thor, Spiderman, Superman and Batman, they were all different! I can see the appeal that children may find in these wide-eyed characters, but honestly, I don't get it! Maybe that's just it, I don't get it!

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