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May 16

Rejected: Random Twitter Poem for May 16th

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Rejected is a poem about a man who pursues a woman only to be rejected in a most harsh way, it perhaps depicts a stalker or vain person not expecting such a response and hints that someone had less than pure intentions in the first place.  This poem was inspired by the 14 words (in bold) provided by the following Twitter players:
@cherryrasulka (Narcissist), @goodyniosi (scandalous), @solacewinter (succulent), @ou_com (Roses), @_mrs_b (Feline), @corinneoflynn (flamethrower), @kujen92 (mystical), @technicallyeasy (encrypt), @msfitztx (tradition), @opinionatedant (blade), @techwork_dk (Holiday), @solomonobaje (mundane), @briannack (pepper), @wippy_ (radioactive)

Listen to the poem here, or read below:

 

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Rejected

This unrequited love radioactive
succulent scandalous feline form
mystical beyond any holiday tradition
a narcissist with a blade of roses
mundane intention to subtly encrypt
meeting a flamethrower response
a pepper spray to the eyes
now left tearing in dejection
when she doesn’t buy into it

-Poem by Justin Germino

Did you enjoy today’s Twitter poetry game, share your thoughts and feedback!

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  • SolaceWinter

    You did a great job with the words that were given! Lovely poem!

    • http://www.dragonblogger.com/ Dragon Blogger

       @SolaceWinter Thank you, glad you enjoyed the Twitter poem today.  This was my 600th random twitter poem.

  • http://www.universalcrush.com/ George Fin

    Hmmm. Nice poem. Liked it.

  • http://www.universalcrush.com/ George Fin

    nice poem. Like it.