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The Greek Philosopher Poem; cutting wrists in the bathtub (Free verse) by cheese.doodles
Curling out A bright red vine Fast growing, twining Soon overgrown, choking the source And filling the tub

Up the ladder: Mixed Feelings
Down the ladder: Where Have We Gone

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Arithmetic Mean: 4.25
Weighted score: 4.910598
Overall Rank: 9547
Posted: March 14, 2007 3:04 PM PDT; Last modified: March 14, 2007 3:04 PM PDT
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[n/a] <{Baba^Yaga}> @ 66.47.195.202 | 14-Mar-07/3:52 PM | Reply
your title is ass, but the poem was nice.
[7] richa @ 81.179.219.225 | 15-Mar-07/11:50 AM | Reply
I cut my wrists as a philosopher. I used Occam's razor.
[7] richa @ 81.179.219.225 | 15-Mar-07/11:52 AM | Reply
I don't really see choking as appropriate. Close to a neat metaphor here.
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