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The Lost World Of The Arts: 5 Poems
Author: Colin Stewart

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The lethargic ballet:

It seemed utterly pointless to dance on your toes
and this conspiratorial uprising added to his woes
as a frazzled choreographer was caught up in the throes
when the corps de ballet gathered for a lethargic pose!

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The absent-minded chorus:

Liberations and libations have altered the course
ejecting this chorus with such force
out of a song in a transitional state
by those who were distracted by their mental state!

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The silent aria:

It was once considered the apotheosis of good taste
but now the libretto has been laid to waste
with an aria dissolved by a silent protest
as delivered by a mime and put to rest!

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Ghosts in a Jukebox:


These haunted melodies for a dime
speak of transgressions and a bloody crime
that were committed with a reckless heresy
and to reside here in merciless memory!

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Profane poetry:

This poetry has stood the test of time
unveiled on this wall in eternal rhyme
shattering man's legacy with ill-repute
in this unfortunate coda to his one-finger salute!

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The Artist (187.42.69.226) -- Friday, November 13 2009, 12:15 am

Truly speaking

All those arts you mentioned I hold close to my art.I will never lose them.
 
Name:                                           Remember Me

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