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  • Poetry > Ballad
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    The drum stick clashes, Upon the beaten drum. The drummer boy follows, As the many soldiers run. In the heart of battle, The drummer boy stands, Keeping the soldiers marching, Across the far off lands. His rhythmic beat Provokes the bull from within. On the bloody field, They are the...
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    Out on the emerald green field, Rolls my kicked, beaten, and pounded, Soccer ball. The color may be faded, The seams torn, But just as useful And just as good to use to me. The ball bounces just the same, When kicked high into the air, It lands just as far as any other. I love my s...
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    He lived a short life, For death was to come, To a man in Kauai Not quite so dumb. He was a great man My uncle was he. He had cancer though, Which made him flee. He came to my house, All sickened by it, Depressed my poor father, He couldn't just sit. Nothing to do,...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
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    Marriage: the state of being a married couple voluntarily joined for life. When you love someone you just want people to accept your love, you don’t want someone questioning it. So if love is so important and simple, why does it matter who is in love? I believe that gay marriage sho...
  • Opinion > Sports / Hobbies
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    Loo-Wit, a poem by Wendy Rose, explains the legendary Mt. St. Helens getting ready for her famous “singing” act. In this poem Loo Wit prepares for the famous day she blew her top and sang like there was no tomorrow. Rose shows us (using personification) that although Loo Wit isn’t a person...

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