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Topic: Outlandish (05/19/11)
By Brian Haugrud
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O: Outlandish is the way that some judges portray their view of the entries received.
U: U is for use of the material abuse some writers will make you believe.
T: T is for time spent making a rhyme and judges will say clap your hands.
L: L is for last where the judges will cast when your stories don’t meet with their plans.
A: A is for aim that each writer will claim when their entry is entered each week.
N: N is for nothing but better than something that needs a bit more than a tweak.
D: D is for danger when we’re read by a stranger who just couldn’t see our heart.
I: I is for ink that causes stories to stink before they have endings to start.
S: S is for salt that is used for the fault of even thinking one could write.
H: H is for hope as the writer will cope with a blank page to sleep each night.
I write this in jest as I am put to the test of addressing the topic displayed.
And I give God the glory as I pen out this story with words so poorly portrayed.
Now it’s time for your say on this topic so grey. Be kind for my heart might break.
But if critics your call my story will fall and this writing is gone with the wake.
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