Nov 05

Soothsayer – Random Twitter Poem for Nov 5th

Soothsayer is a poem about a vagrant fortune teller preaching end of the world messages from the side of a road.  It depicts an angry approach and intolerance to such people and was written to include 11 random words (in blue) provided by the following Twitter players:
@YGNDBlog (rational), @lavenderuses (success), @alwynvorster (marula tree), @MetallmanX (pious), @BlazingMinds (Tatterdemalion), @TechnicallyEasy (sarcastic), worryknot (nitid), @Anklebuster (snow-capped), @dreamon51 (wrath), @Mikkel_Juhl (poverty), @Heyruh (scumbag)


Another pious scumbag tatterdemalion
only success found in raging poverty
weathered face like the bark of a marula tree
preaching wrath in snow-capped clothes
sarcastic statements almost rational
a nitid future that will end dark and bleak
another supposed foretelling of our destiny

-Poem by Dragon Blogger

  • http://www.lavenderuses.com Patricia@lavenderuses

    Another brilliant offering Justin. I am constantly amazed at your creative skills. Thanks for sharing them with us. Keep rocking and writing.

    Patricia Perth Australia

    • http://www.dragonblogger.com dragonblogger

      Thank you very much, poetry is one of my favorite creative outlets and being able to create new poems based on user provided words makes it more worthwhile for me.

  • http://passioninwords.com Karen Cruz

    Very creative use of words given to you on this one. Nice j.ob Justin

    • http://www.dragonblogger.com dragonblogger

      Thank you, glad you enjoyed it.

  • http://www.20milesnorth.com Joshua Web

    Though I enjoyed to poem I must admit that it made me feel a bit uneducated when I have to run to dictionary.com like that :)

    • http://www.dragonblogger.com dragonblogger

      I have to look up many words on dictionary.com to be able to understand definition or alternative definitions to be able to use them in the poems properly, don’t feel bad.