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    A poem made up from a list of things, people, places or abstract ideas that all have something in common. Any number of lines with any number of syllables. For a real challenge try making a poem out of your grocery list! I wasn't up for that, so here is my example:


    Strange Pet Names

    A lizard named Fluffy,
    A mouse named Man,
    A fish called Yappy,
    A rabbit called Plan?
    A gerbil named Killer,
    A ferret called Spot
    and two black dogs,
    named Kettle and Pot!


    Posted By Altree94 | Aug 18, 2006
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    Thank-you! Kind of makes you wonder what people are thinking when naming their pets (or children!), doesn't it?! I'm an avid animal lover, (I think there are many at this site), so many of my poems are dedicated to them. Hey - that might make a good poll question! Thanks again, my inspiring friend!


    Posted By Altree94 | Aug 21, 2006
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