Poetry club

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The end is nigh. Never better time to look back at all your achievements, to your browser history and all the hate mail.
To ask your self: Did I do well? Did I do anything good at all? Was my existence carbon net positive or negative?..
What's that you say? It all was net negative all around, in every possible way?
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Well that's great, then you must have lost of content to write some mediocre (at best) poetry, just because why not. I'll get the ball rolling.
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My Ball
Look at my ball, my ball is amazing,
Every dog wants it, but they'll never get it.
I throw and I catch it, the whole world is rolling,
I run and I jump, and get my ball flying,

It rolls with the leaves and now I can't find it,
A tug on my leash and it's time to head home,
I bark and and I howl, but nobody cares,
I precious ball is gone and not coming back.
*sad puppy faces*
it even rhymes, at least once :P
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While you all working on yours I already got another one.
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Melancholy Pond

-Who are you now?
The last thought I cling to,
As I float here broken,
My light is fading.

-Who were you then?
When I wasn't here,
Lost and never be found,
In that timeless darkness.

-Who was I then?
When feral winds brought your scent,
From lives and worlds long gone,
For me to freeze and walk away.

-Who we'll be next?
When all is done and gone,
A dozen lifetimes later I hope,
One last chance, perhaps.
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Still can't get it to rhyme, but I think rhyming is overrated anyway :P
You can cheat too, it's fine, we'll let anything slide.
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