Poem Game

Alright, here’s how the game goes: First, a person starts off with an original line of a poem starting with the letter “A”. The next person has to start the next line with the next letter of the alphabet. And so on. I’ll start it.

All of the world is living in peril,

Big companies rule our nations,[/b]

Corporate incest for optimist’s sake,

Dollar bills feed the fixation.

Exit ego, enter superego . . .

Fargone are the ways of the old,

Gather ye rosebuds while ye may

How sweetly bloom’d the gay green birk

In the past so soon forgotten

Joyous were the days we spent ill and freely

Killing our pain with endless bouts of easy pleasure.

Loving without consequence,

Making fun of Death, and stealing his sickle,

Never will Death be defied but we love to live in a lie, :wink:

Open hearts with closed-up minds,

Praise thy God in fear of Death’s cold hand,

Question: can someone now start the next line with the letter “B”, “C”, “D” and “P” except the letter “A”?

Re: you you vulgar plotter you sick virus

Sickens us to the core

Terrible feelings creep up my spine,