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 Category:  Commentary and Philosophy Poetry
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Chapter 90 of the book Pappa's Memories and Ramblings
Blinded While Being Played - Tanka Poem
"See the Dawn" by QC Poet

As the plan was drawn
Fat jester makes all you smile
Laughing king has pawns
Rook your witless youthful might
Checkmate your sick they're gone!


Tanka Poetry Contest contest entry

The book continues with A Difficult Task?. We will provide a link to it when you review this below.

Author Notes
See the Dawn
By; George Martinez
(A.K.A) QC Poet / Chochee Medina
A Tanka Poetry Submission

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Rules for Tanka Poem available on site contest page.

I'm amazed how easy some of America's youth and parents are gullibly been lead these days into sickness of Mind and Body.

This poem was conceived in part based upon a listening to the attached song.

I Can't See The Dawn.

1. (adjective) lacking wit or intelligence; stupid; foolish.
2. (noun) a professional clown employed by a king or nobleman, esp at courts during the Middle Ages

(verb)(tr) slang to overcharge, swindle, or cheat
(noun) Chess: one of two pieces of the same color that may be moved any number of unobstructed squares horizontally or vertically; castle.

2) a complete check; defeat:His efforts to escape met with a checkmate.
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