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    Aste Intellectual Teen

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    This is an acrostic about an old bard from one of my old AD&D campaigns. It's not my best peice but I enjoyed writing the begining more then the end.
    Oh and for those whom are unfamiliar with Bards they are storytellers that often use magic and sometimes use thievery to excite the audience.

    Tethered by the wavering mind
    He excites us with his dancing tongue
    Encouraging fire with his breath
    Flaming winds have been undone
    If he could spark an interest
    Running blazing melodies, unchained
    Enticing burning embers in his songs
    Singing of our adventurous lives
    Prancing wildly ‘bout the campfire
    Exploring the smoldering truth behind our verve
    Akin to us only through there journey
    Keeping connections forged by traveling
    Even I could feel his light
    Resolving our lives tragedies with memories spoken with flame.


    Posted By Aste | Jul 10, 2007
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    Viki,
    This is so good. I don't know how you can come up with this stuff so fast. Geez - It takes me hours to write something half this good, and you just write like you’re off on your first bicycle ride. I'm so proud of you.

    :titanic:


    Posted By JolieH | Jul 10, 2007
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    KayaOtah happy as ever

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    Yeah I agreewith JolieH, my teachers day poem took me 2 hours...
    *smiles*


    Posted By KayaOtah | Jul 10, 2007
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    Aste Intellectual Teen

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    Heh, This one honestly took like ten minutes. But then again i rarely have creative ideas. So i loet them stire and settle in my head before they are acctually realized with words.

    Oh and I'm really sorry about posting on my moms account DD;


    Posted By Aste | Jul 11, 2007
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    great job...i have yet to try an acrostic with multiple words behind each letter...you did this one wonderfully...great read...loved it.


    Posted By Checkmate | Jul 11, 2007
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    I Love These

    ...they are harder than they look and yours flowed well...great job!
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    Dear Viki,

    This is superb and yes it flowed like water...smooth and cool, and I loved it. Great work!

    Kimberly :)

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