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    dots Submission Name: The Purple Poetry Enforcerdots
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    Author: col13x
    Elite Ratio:    2.26 - 119/300/559
    Words: 385
    Class/Type: Poetry/Comedy
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    The Purple Poetry Enforcer

    Late shadow nights he stalks
    A masked mission of a man
    Is as silent as a ghost
    But carries a torch
    For a little light

    Appearing from the street shade hollows
    Caped and cowled
    He swaggers on unsuspecting pedestrians
    Who in their sudden startled
    Breaks to mild confusion
    They take the page he so flourishingly handed them

    “Read this” he demands somewhat pleadingly
    Lifting his torch
    To shed a little light
    He waits almost giggling with the irony
    As his unsuspecting subject
    Begins to read

    “Its called poetry”

    The Purple Poetry Enforcer waits patiently
    Till the page is handed back
    He takes it in Purpled gloved hand
    “There you see” a statement, not a question
    Delivered cryptically
    “Poetry”
    The dimming pool of light from his torch
    Suddenly switched off
    And he is gone

    Deep into the inkling night pools
    He scampers grinning and laughing
    Assailant of poetry
    His latest victim speed dialling the police
    And the local collectors of lunacy
    The Purpled Enforcer of Poetry
    Has stuck again

    Poor man will never be the same
    The nurse whispers quietly
    It happened to my Jim
    Now look at him he’s reading Rudyard bloody Kippling

    Somewhere unlit alleyways hide the man
    His masked mission bordering obsession
    Or is it passion
    Shuffling the pages by torch light

    He waits awhile before venturing forth
    Another quest for another night
    On kitten soft soles
    A charcoal sketched Don Juan in ancient clothes
    He stalks the shadows with page-ed ruffles
    Of magical verse and line

    “Avast ye ! Stand fast and read !”

    A little drama to stand and deliver
    To make his next unsuspecting educational-ite
    Read something which is better for the soul
    Than the feeding bowl of tabloid news
    Or television views
    Dark and silhouette he sniggers
    Thrusting the pages into their hands
    “Read this” he demands somewhat pleadingly
    Flourishing his torch
    But angled considerately

    “Poetry; its called Poetry”

    Waits patiently

    “There you see”
    A statement, not a question
    Delivered cryptically

    “Poetry”

    Snatching back the precious paper
    The shinning pool of his light
    Suddenly switched off
    And he is gone
    The Purpled Enforcer of Poetry
    Strikes again










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      Your "Purple Peotry Enforcer" and my "Unlikely Hero" should join forces. It will be unlike anything the world has ever known!!! Wooo HAAA HAAAA. But seriously, a very interesting read. I'm guessing you ment to say he struck again instead of stuck again, but I'd leave it, it's hilarious. I think I'd put on a cape and cowl, too, in order to show people my writings, certainly would be dramatic, LOL. Good write. Have a good one.
    | Posted on 2009-01-19 00:00:00 | by wishmaster1256 | [ Reply to This ]


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