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The crow bird (Free verse) by UAFANTHORPEY
He revolves the world but is it really his? He has no part of it when it is shattered when it has gone wrong But when there is food he's happy to come and take what he pleases without any fuss or second thought I'm sure there is heart somewhere in you crow But you'll fly away before i ever know what you really are What are you crow? A killer with ravenous intent But surely there are birds bigger than you Are you the trickster who hides the eggs? But there are winged wonders more devious than you! Your nothing but yourself not death itself Death is dead don't you know It exists only for a second, in the minds of the weak And Crow, so do you!

Up the ladder: Put Down
Down the ladder: Wanksta

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Arithmetic Mean: 5.111111
Weighted score: 5.0555553
Overall Rank: 6804
Posted: October 10, 2002 10:31 AM PDT; Last modified: October 10, 2002 10:31 AM PDT
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[3] horus8 @ | 10-Oct-02/2:45 PM | Reply
wow..this starts strong then rapidly falls appart. simply because crows don't listen very well. because they are birds. with small brains. bird brainse
[10] rosiebailey @ | 15-Oct-02/5:41 AM | Reply
It is beautifully written ua but why is it a crow?
[0] deleted user @ | 4-Nov-02/5:52 AM | Reply
Well the first 2 verses are a blatent rip off of the Ted Hughes poem 'the hawk', and you're all fools not to notice.
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