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    dots Submission Name: i think i killed my cat!dots
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    Author: kiet aiden
    ASL Info:    19/f/canada
    Elite Ratio:    3.32 - 9/17/6
    Words: 196
    Class/Type: Poetry/Comedy
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    Description:
       during the line "to see if the sky would fall" the montior broke and i had to wake up my cat who was asleep on my lap in order to carry the broken moniter to my dad's room and then carry back the good one, which i am using now.


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    dotsi think i killed my cat!dots
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    i think i killed my cat
    i hit it with a bat
    the bat came down and hit his head
    it sent him straight through the bed
    i started to cry
    my face did i hide
    i never got to say why
    i beat his hide
    or why i threw him across the room
    but it was kidda funny when he went boom
    it may sound cruel to you
    it does to me
    you may want to sue
    i will curse you into a bee
    you might say "what the heck"
    if you do, i will squish you into a deck
    i'm not trying to be mean
    but you won't be peachy keen
    i'll send you running away
    and i'll find someone else to play
    my cat's name is gibbs
    and i won't tell no fibs
    in the neck he is a pain
    because he don't got a brain
    he ran into a wall
    to see if the sky would fall
    then my cat walked through the door
    my jaw went through the floor
    i had killed a cat
    weilding a bat
    but the cat wasn't mine
    it was the cat from room nine
    oops!




    Submitted on 2005-12-08 08:27:50     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      Funny but lacked true wit, and the humor was overlaced with cheesy rhymes, although the idea was good, the rhmye was ho hum.
    | Posted on 2005-12-08 00:00:00 | by 27_deadpoets | [ Reply to This ]
      I'm back again - I just read that you wanted "thoughts" and so I thought of a couple of small things that might help with this poem.

    "i will curse you into a bee" - try "but i will curse you into a bee" and see what you think ... or even a "flea" (mostly because I think a flea is funnier and for no other reason).

    "if you do, i will squish you into a deck" - maybe instead try "if you do, i will squish you into the deck" or "if you do, i will squish you into a speck"

    "because he don't got a brain" - see how this sounds instead "because he don't have a brain" or "because he hasn't got a brain" or "because he doesn't use his brain"

    I hope that is a bit more constructive. :)

    Cheers,
    ~TD
    | Posted on 2005-12-08 00:00:00 | by TD | [ Reply to This ]
      LOL! Kiet, "i think i killed my cat!" is really good. Hell of a funny write - a bit cruel though (might want to rethink some of that).

    re the rhyme - I wouldn't worry too much about it - you only broke the rhyme scheme in one place. But if it does bother you, you could always break those 4 lines into a separate stanza (but you might lose the fast pace to it). Frankly, I liked the lines:
    "it may sound cruel to you
    it does to me"

    And it was a great ending! I'm FAVing this for sheer contentious comedy :)

    Cheers,
    ~TD

    ps I just found a very old poem I wrote for primary school - it is of course no where near as good as yours (sheesh, I was barely out of nappies), but it was weird that I just mentioned it in my journal and then read your poem, both of which have a similar gruesome yet comical tone to it :)
    | Posted on 2005-12-08 00:00:00 | by TD | [ Reply to This ]
      i thought it could've been alot funnier, the rhyming needs more wit and less cheese. the poem is cruel and i hope there aren't any animal rights activists on this site. but if the rhyming is flawless and clever it will turn your animal cruelty into light hearted humor. and to be completely honest, i don't feel light hearted after this poem.
    | Posted on 2005-12-08 00:00:00 | by wherRutakingME | [ Reply to This ]
      LMAO! That was good, as cruel as parts of it were, it was hilarious. Poor kitty, lol.

    I only have one suggestion to improove it a little; make parts of it rhyme a little better. In some places you did it every other line rhymed, then two rhymed. It's really confusing and it takes attention away from the poor kitty.

    All in all good write and I hope you make sure who's cat it is next time. Just don't come after mine! :P

    Happy Holidays!

    Sammy
    | Posted on 2005-12-08 00:00:00 | by Raven_TheWolf | [ Reply to This ]


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