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Rap poem

by Alexandra Spencer (Age: 27)
copyright 10-20-2008

Age Rating: 10 +

Hey yellow ranger, we finally meet,
My unfriendly Tanga got the stuff from your feet,
The Earth that you touched I needed collected,
So that the hate dust I made could be perfected.

I rolled it in my hands, give it a jolt,
Now everything you love will really be grose,
Breaking you down is part of the production,
Join your ranger friends on the path of destruction.

Come on yellow ranger, you can't resist your fate,
Surrender right now and give in to your hate,
There is no reason to continue your persistence,
This sound you are hearing, your are practising your Resistance,
It is not too late, you'll learn to hate.

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        05-28-2010     Leigh Gilholm Fisher        

This was pretty good; the rhymes were well selected. It followed well and the story was interesting. All in all, good work; I look forward to reading more of your works here. ^-^

~Leigh of the Commenting Community

        01-30-2009     Alma Hulbert        

Very nice flow. I'm trying to tie the name with the feel of the poem. It doesn't really feel like a rap, unless the substance they are talking about it not something you would put in cookies. It really seems like some spell, to be honest. The way it changes a little at the end is some what confusing, but I'm getting it. It's not too ark and it's not too bright, awesome. I love these kinds of poems. Well, I'll go read the other one now. Talk to you later.
~Alma H.

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