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Author: blu_kittin
ASL Info:    20/F/Garden of Eden
Elite Ratio:    6.15 - 711 /397 /207
Words: 58
Class/Type: Riddle /Them
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Description:


all the worlds a stage, its said, and these are just a few of the players


characters



-the Agnostic-
-the Zen Master-
-Little Miss Sunshine-
-Gangsta Love-
-the Great Stone(d) Buddha-
-the Chi-tah-
-Lovely Poison/Magenta-
-Riff Raff-
-Beautiful Loser-
-Beautiful Insanity-
-the Sweetest Epiphany-
-the Queen/Mock Majesty-
-Ignorant Bliss-
-Shaggy-
-the Shadow-
-the Wicked Jester-

The Epic Battle
(of color falls)




Submitted on 2007-08-21 10:31:42     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  I'm not exactly sure what to make of this so I am going to list the things that I know (that you have told anyone who reads this poem/riddle/prose). It is a take on the commonly heard term 'all the world is a stage and we are all players'. So you have decided to list some of the characters.

I have to admit, I can instantly recognize the characters. People that I know come to mind. Is that the direction you were going for? The fact that we all stereotype, especially in theater? If you wanted to go for a more theater feel, than you could have capitalized all of the letters in all fo the character's names, like the playwriters do.

And now to tackle the end...I am guessing that the characters dont' interact well with eachother. They are different and thus, can't see eye-to-eye.

Hmmm.

I will have to come and review this later when my mind is actually working, maybe then I'll see exactly you are implying and/or the direction you are going for.

Thank you for sharing your talent! Have a great day!
| Posted on 2007-09-02 00:00:00 | by AshNight | [ Reply to This ]


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