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Hades And His Ladies


Happy ValenFRY Day...from the Rogue

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jluzzle
 
 
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Trapped... the first word that comes to mind for some reason. Very easy to read with a clear message, no your target and don't lose sight of truth. We all get too wrapped up in things to notice what is really going on around us. (that's my take on this poem any how)

Very nice write...
thanks for sharing...


 Comment Written 17-Feb-2014



reply by the author on 17-Feb-2014
    Thank you very much, jluzzle. Actually, it's just a fun little game I have with some of the ladies here.

reply by jluzzle on 17-Feb-2014
    Maybe you won...
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sweetwoodjax
 
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this is a cute fryday poem for the rogue. how appropriate that it fell on valentine's day as the rogue loves himself so much, lol. i enjoyed reading this edition of The Rogue Reporter


 Comment Written 17-Feb-2014



reply by the author on 17-Feb-2014
    Thank you so much, my friend. Yes, he does!
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michaelcahill
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rumours and innuendos
rumours of innuendos
 
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That image of you rolling around the grill has me rolling on the floor laughing. Hahaha. That is so devilish an image. I thought the ladies had some pretty strong entries this go around but you dismissed them completely. Well done. Looks like the Brogue will be waiting for you to have your way with them again......


 Comment Written 16-Feb-2014



reply by the author on 16-Feb-2014
    The Brogue is always welcome, my friend, as are your wonderful thoughts. Thanks so much, Michael. They're doing a great job, but they still don't realize that the Rogue moves on after a hit without regard to them. Silly hens. ;-) Love your own additions to the game, too. It was brilliant to pull a free versers attitude into it.
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Hello Marillion,
Lovely piece of Satire Poetry!
It beautifully depicts its theme in simple, but impressive wording.
Smooth and musical flow with nice rhyming scheme and lively imagery.
These lines are particularly noteworthy:
"So when you claim you?re winning, you?ve already missed the mark;
You?re in the seventh inning, but your target left the park.
You?re in the final quarter, but he left before the third
To steal the field reporter (who had asked to have a word)."
Excellent!


 Comment Written 16-Feb-2014



reply by the author on 16-Feb-2014
    Thank you very much, RPSaxena. I appreciate it! David
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Katzintx
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Lol..ahhhh, rogue has control. Must be nice to role the dice and see snake eyes win the day while your playmates have yet to see the light of day. False pride has lost many a battle sweet rogue...
Katz


 Comment Written 16-Feb-2014



reply by the author on 16-Feb-2014
    Thanks so much, Katz! Oh, the rogue will know the ultimate defeat one day.
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'It?s only fair to tell you that the man you vilify
Is only there to sell you till he knows you?ll kill to buy,
So know that he?s adaptive, then it?s easier to see
That you?re his mindless captive, like a blind Persephone.'

I loved these last few lines a lot...for no particular reason..I just loved 'em..Very well done..Clever wordplay with the title too!Good Job!God Bless!


 Comment Written 15-Feb-2014



reply by the author on 16-Feb-2014
    Thank you very much, Kausar. I really appreciate it.
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A Jesterstear
 
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The Rouge is really stirring it up. Another of your wonderfully well written poems in aabb this time. Having analysed the content, you need to ensure that you are not abducted having been lured by a Siren's song to the depths of your own creation, a sexual slave for all eternity.
Hades and his bro's defeated the Titans... I do not recall the Scots ever being mentioned in Greek mythology and I spent every summer on the Greek island of Crete as a young man. AJ.


 Comment Written 15-Feb-2014



reply by the author on 15-Feb-2014
    Thanks so much, my friend, for your usual entertaining, enlightening, and insightful review. I'll make sure to stay free, my friend.
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robina1978
 
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I loved your wordplay with Valenfry. The Rogue is now Hades and escapes from the women that want to fry him. I loved the rhyme, internal rhyme and excellent meter.


 Comment Written 15-Feb-2014



reply by the author on 15-Feb-2014
    Thank you very much, my friend.
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darla1977
 
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This is great! I have to read more from you. Unique and very entertaining!
The arrangement, the wording, all of it...EXCEPTIONAL! Yeah, EXCEPTIONAL sums it up!


 Comment Written 15-Feb-2014



reply by the author on 15-Feb-2014
    Thank you, Darla. I appreciate it.
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Tatarka2
 
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It was fun, the rhyming was powerful and went beautifully with the poem. I'm just not as fond of this one as I am of many of your other poems.


 Comment Written 14-Feb-2014



reply by the author on 14-Feb-2014
    I understand, my friend. These are just fun ditties, really. Thanks for looking, anyway.
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