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The Wrongfully Accused Alphabet Poem - An Original Poem By Christopher Dapo

Updated on April 18, 2012

Apologize, as anyone already acknowledges afterthought

Be bought by bursting bare balloons being

Caught, cause current catastrophies, concerning calamities, can't

Die, dear. Don't develop dusty, dry dozens doing

Everything evil. Each excerpt eventually envelopes every

Fine fin, for feeling faulty, from forthcoming frailty

Gone green, going groveling, guaged gravely gray, gaily

How hollow holes hollar? Howling, hourly,"Help, He?"

I'm in inner intertwinning, inserting instance inside

Jury justify, just judging, jest jousting, jettison

Kill - "Kindly knelt knave, knife keeper, killer,

Let lie, lit light, letting limber limbs lay limp."

Met May, man might meet mayor, move maker marker...

...No. Nun nodded, night naught narrily near,

onward, observed owls, own outward orrifaces outside,

"Pray, pidgeon, put power potential past person,

Quiz querriers, quell quilted queens quite quietly,

Resurrect rude rover, remitted revolver removed, remade."

Set sail silver soul, sent silently, sure sin survivor,

Tell tattle-tales, to tilt, till tall tale tomarrow.

Unencumbered, useless unorthadox users, united under utmost

Vivid vile, very vafrous vaniloquence,"Vainglory verbigeration - Vapulate

Wicked woer with warping whiplash! Wonderfully wasted, we win!"

Xenagogue's xenodochial, xiphoid xyster, xenially X'ed; xenogenous xanthippe xenocracy

Yelled,"Yes! Yay! Young yearner yielded!" ...Yet, yen yields yawnning

Zelotic zoilism, zapped zek. Zazzy zabernism - zygnomic zoothapsis.


Acknowledgement

I just wanted to add that the tougher words here, ones you may want to check out for yourselves, were referenced from The Phrontistery, a wonderful place if you're into exotic vocabulary!

Enjoy!!


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      Ruby Jean Fuller 5 years ago from Southern Illinois

      There should be an amazing button. Your use of the vocabulary is impressive...

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      Jenna Pope 5 years ago from Southern California

      This was amazing!!! Ditto the previous comment!

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      Wifey 5 years ago

      I love this-- hold on-- let me grab a dictionary!! ;). Bless u

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      Christopher Dapo and S. 5 years ago from Havelock, NC

      Thank you for the compliment, always exploring. Maybe you should post that idea in the HubPages Suggestions Forums! (j/k) Don't get me wrong, it was a very tough one to write, especially concerning the words from the letter "U" on down. Your comments are always appreciated, um, always..! :)

      - Christopher

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      Christopher Dapo and S. 5 years ago from Havelock, NC

      Thank you for ditto-ing always exploring, I really appreciate the compliment, Jenna Pope, but I have to admit I'm here for the love of the sharing. :)

      - Christopher

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      Christopher Dapo and S. 5 years ago from Havelock, NC

      Thank you, Wifey. As a matter of fact, I had to rush this out last night so I didn't get the time to add my own referance in.

      I'm adding it now! Check it out yourself, it's a wonderful place to visit if you're into the magic of vocabulary!!

      http://phrontistery.info/index.html

      Again, thanks for reading and commenting.

      - Christopher

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      Bronwen Scott-Branagan 5 years ago from Victoria, Australia

      There's certainly some exotic vocabulary here!

      That was quite a feat. did it day you long?

      It would have taken me ages!

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      Christopher Dapo and S. 5 years ago from Havelock, NC

      Thank you, BlossomSB.

      I did up to the letter "T" in half a day, then looked for help on the tougher letters after that. Once I had them covered, it took another two hours, so I'd say it was a six to eight hour write for me.

      I started it out of boredom then, since I was having fun with it, I decided to go all the way - I thought it was pretty neat!

      - Christopher

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      Star 5 years ago

      U are talented- holy crap

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      Christopher Dapo and S. 5 years ago from Havelock, NC

      Thank you for the compliment, Star.

      - Christopher

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      Debbie Dallas 5 years ago

      This is creative :-)

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      Christopher Dapo and S. 5 years ago from Havelock, NC

      Thank you, Debbie Dallas, your compliment is appreciated.

      - Christopher

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      Nisa 3 years ago

      This is an aritcle that makes you think "never thought of that!"

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