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Jerrico_Usher
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on 02/19/2013

Wizzley ah you break me from my stress and monotonous day,

your tab always open, on display

I work I work I work some more, then the work makes me complacent feels like a chore (off Wizzley work of course)

I enter through the wizards door, and throw my comments on the floor, read and responded,
conversations forged, going way off topic a conversational gorge...

When the conversation is done, earmarked by silence, the fun work has begun,

opening "my pages" finding a draft, work it into art from it's current form daft...

Spin through my drafts like swimming through emotions, to choose, ah there it is, the one I just cannot refuse...

Open in edit, move to the copy, look at the pictures, someone stop me!

A tweak here moving a module there, ah it's perfect, and it only took me all day to get here...

Bouncing between work and the fun, wizzley is now a cog in a machine ready to run...

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For fun...

add your day or vision of a "wizzley experience" written into a poem/rhyme of a line or two... then someone else add one... let's quilt a wizzley poem... (someone give me a beat...) 


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JoHarrington
Posts: 1816
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on 02/19/2013

The forum threads have got really silly;
They make me laugh how willy-nilly
We seem to get, when random posts
Attract the hosts, with toasts and boasts;
Recipes for roasts; reports from the coast;
And the Holy Ghost, diagnosed,
With a sharp riposte; it denotes
A day well spent on Wizzley.

 

*awaits the raptuous applause*  Thank you! Thank you!  I'm here all week.

*still waiting*  Ok, I won't give up the day job... -.-

 


2uesday
Posts: 321
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on 02/19/2013

Wizzley is the best place to go, when there is something you want to know.

Feeling blue or feeling down, read an article and wipe away that frown.

 

Wizzley has a friendly beat and lots of people you like to meet.

Newbies welcome, pleased to greet, come on join you are in for a treat.

 

This poem lacks poetic flair and skill, so read it with a laugh if you will.

When you are finished, why not write your own, as this one is not fit to be called a poem. 

 

 

Jerrico_Usher
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on 02/19/2013

wow those are GREAT! @Jo what song are you listening to I almost got the beat from how you rhymed hehe @2eusday that was all skill!

...anyone else? (drops the mike followed by a squelch)


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Jerrico_Usher
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on 02/19/2013

Bumpin wizzle beats; modules are the clef; words become the context; multimedia's all that's left;


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Paul
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on 02/19/2013

I'm not a poet,

We should just stick to writing,

That's more our forte.

Jerrico_Usher
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on 02/19/2013

poetry is writing paul, and rhyming has been known to elate the mood, open the creative centers of your brain, and inspire... tis why I started the thread... to inspire, actually Jo's energy is rubbing off on me too :)


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Paul
Posts: 256
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on 02/19/2013

True - it is writing,

Though poems don't have to rhyme,

Like my two haikus!

humagaia
Posts: 652
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on 02/20/2013

Fourteen words

Is enough to reinvigorate

The weary synapses

Of our overworked, fatigued, intellect.


humagaia
Posts: 652
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on 02/20/2013

I guessed

the best

haiku or limerick,

conjoined by trick

of setting, a test.


JoHarrington
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on 02/20/2013

I see what you did there, Chaz.  Nice one!

I'm enjoying these poems, haikus and haiku-limericks.   :D   Jerrico, I wasn't listening to anything.  I'm just naturally hyperactive. LOL


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