Hm... Rhymefriend, maybe? Don't read much poetry, this should be interesting.
@TastActually, they're all mine. You can check the threads.
No $%#& ? That's an awful lot of poetry coming from one person. I can barely pronounce the word "sonnet" without getting a headache, much less create one. By Rhymefriend, I was suggesting that Seth handle poetry like art (if this receives enough positive feedback) in the drawfriend aspect.While I can't understand most of your poetry's deeper meanings, (curse my shallow reading) I think you're pretty good. Now, to finish reading :p
I guess it's not harmful, so I am going to leave my own compilation of Haikus right herehttp://awthredestim.blogspot.com/2011/06/james-corcks-haiku-compendium.htmlDespite the "Mature" warning, the Haikus are 100% Safe for work.
*sigh* Us British bronies never get anything good :/
@James CorckI like those... if I may make a suggestion, why not turn those haikus into a bigger poem ? As in, a collection of haikus to make one larger poem.I've done it a number of times, and I might do one a pony one in future.
JEFFERSON! Whats the meaning of this!>!
Cool, glad this got put up here Iris. I said what I needed to say in your poetry threads.
I think you meant main pony boards Seth, unless you really think they're pains.
I wonder if my muse would consider returning with the prospect of writing about ponies. Probably not, but it's worth a shot.
@AnonymousI thought the same too before I started writing. Now I'm writing a non-MLP related science fictions tory, but I couldn't without at least putting the effort to "write" something.Give it a try. It won't hurt. And the threads are always there.