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Question of the day

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    gothkittyposted 6 years ago

    What is writing ?, is it your expressions or affections, or

    the affections of your expressions bleeding through your rotted

    veins of demonic possessions. what is writing ?, hmmm......now

    lets think if its bleeding through your rotted veins of demonic

        Possessions, what the use of using affections that will

    eventually be your futures dance of expressions, what is

    writing ?, is it my state of opinions or the stupidity of

    majority of life lack of realistic feelizations.

         What is writing ?, its not my state of opinions its the

    majority of life lack of realistic feelizations cause my state

    of opinions is stalking the majority of life lack of realistic

    feelizations, which causes apart of me to curl up in a ball and

    To also write my full life of nothngless temporary injections.

    what is writing ?, temporary injections will be my pernament

    aggresstion what is writing ?......

    1. jaded777 profile image80
      jaded777posted 6 years ago in reply to this

      You pretty much captured writing in a nutshell. All emotions written. It's a kind of display of ones soul. Good Piece.

  2. GadDragon profile image60
    GadDragonposted 6 years ago

    Interesting, to say the least, but I'm not sure if you're raving with this, or seriously asking a question. As a poem, it works. Good luck!

  3. cupid51 profile image50
    cupid51posted 6 years ago

    Good piece of work. It agitates our mind. I think that is the job of a poet. Thanks.

  4. ninapoet profile image60
    ninapoetposted 6 years ago

    What is poetry is an excellent title and question.
    It is more than words----it is more than emotion----it is what captures the readers attention and exposes us to the core of our souls.  Excellent work.

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    hamstersmessiahposted 6 years ago

    poetry for me is a bundle of contradictions - at once able to evoke emotion, pathos, anger, outrage, sentiment or any combination of the aforementioned while using all the magic of meter, rhyme, assonance, etc. to lend the poet's desired effect on the ear of the reader.