• Since liberals say a wall won't work, why don't they support ending sanctuary cities and birthright citizenship instead?

    Best answer: You want consistency from liberals?

    Walls protect Israel. Walls protected China. We already have walls and are just expanding their length and technology.

    I think liberals are so full of crap that they no longer smell themselves.
    Best answer: You want consistency from liberals?

    Walls protect Israel. Walls protected China. We already have walls and are just expanding their length and technology.

    I think liberals are so full of crap that they no longer smell themselves.
    18 answers · 2 days ago
  • Would you please cc this poem on a very fickle rose?

    Rose flirted, fluttered with the Breeze who twirled her in a garden dance; All day they courted 'neath the trees in joyful, playful sweet romance. Leaf turned his head, he could not bear to watch his Rose so fickle be; She was his to love and care for on one stalk for all eternity. But fickle Rose, she... show more
    Rose flirted, fluttered with the Breeze who twirled her in a garden dance; All day they courted 'neath the trees in joyful, playful sweet romance. Leaf turned his head, he could not bear to watch his Rose so fickle be; She was his to love and care for on one stalk for all eternity. But fickle Rose, she bothered not, On she danced, she did not hide; She twirled her skirts without a thought, Breeze held her close and breathless sighed... Rose blushed pink as pink could be, Leaf turned green with jealously...
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • Bright is Rich Dim is Poor isn't it?

    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • How much can i expect to make on my poem and how do i choose who should publish it?

    The Moon does orbit, stuck in space The Moon has such a funny face, There s water in the rocks you know, Perhaps it s time for us to go! And drink that water, made in space And kick some dirt on that silly face And throw a rock from the Moon to the Earth, And laugh together, enjoying mirth! The Moon. The Moon.
    The Moon does orbit, stuck in space The Moon has such a funny face, There s water in the rocks you know, Perhaps it s time for us to go! And drink that water, made in space And kick some dirt on that silly face And throw a rock from the Moon to the Earth, And laugh together, enjoying mirth! The Moon. The Moon.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Does this poem stink? if you're a pussy don't answer i want some honest criticism?

    TONIGHT here i lay with you again, our fingers intertwined. a rain of kisses, storm of love, you're all that's on my mind. I've been searching high and low for words that can express, the way that i admire you and beauty you possess. this moment comes to wash away a thousand lonely nights. i never... show more
    TONIGHT here i lay with you again, our fingers intertwined. a rain of kisses, storm of love, you're all that's on my mind. I've been searching high and low for words that can express, the way that i admire you and beauty you possess. this moment comes to wash away a thousand lonely nights. i never thought i'd have a chance to bring this dream to life. your skin upon my skin now, your lips upon my lips. your fingers running through my hair. my hands are on your hips. unfolding like a fairy tale, there's magic in the air. you're looking right into my eyes. i'm frozen as i stare. love and passion, warm in bed. you're everything i need. laying by you afterwards, to listen to you breathe. now we resurrect our love but only for tonight. i'll have to say goodbye again, awash in morning light, i take the time to savor this. the seconds as they pass. i'll do everything i can to make this moment last. i pray that you remember this. i hope to see you soon. me and you alone together, lost inside my room. i cannot help but think of you. you're all that's in my head. visions of a late night kiss and you inside my bed. so come and fall back into me. let's be us again. i don't believe you when you say that we can just be friends.
    12 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is it just me, or is "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere" meant to be sung to the tune of Greensleeves?

    I remember reading this poem in my 5th grade class, and our teachers told us to just read it out loud; it wasn't to any tune. However, I knew that it HAD to be to a tune, so I ended up singing it to my own to myself. 3 years later, I realized after seeing it again that I had sung it to the tune of Greensleeves... show more
    I remember reading this poem in my 5th grade class, and our teachers told us to just read it out loud; it wasn't to any tune. However, I knew that it HAD to be to a tune, so I ended up singing it to my own to myself. 3 years later, I realized after seeing it again that I had sung it to the tune of Greensleeves (back then I didn't even know what Greensleeves was). So my personal story apart, is the poem meant to be read to the tune of Greensleeves, or is it just a coincidence?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • What do you think of this short poem i wrote about the gods?

    Best answer: Could do with more spittle and blood in my mind, Arni. But what do I know? He champed his shield, the spittle flew Thor filled his mind, Soultaker he drew. Numbed by ale and potion from the sage he was filled with hate and unquenchable rage. The berserker, alone, charged the horde Gore, blood and flesh covered... show more
    Best answer: Could do with more spittle and blood in my mind, Arni. But what do I know?

    He champed his shield, the spittle flew
    Thor filled his mind, Soultaker he drew.

    Numbed by ale and potion from the sage
    he was filled with hate and unquenchable rage.

    The berserker, alone, charged the horde
    Gore, blood and flesh covered his sword.

    He fought till death, many he slew
    he knew that Odin would give him his due.

    He fell at last, his eyes saw no more
    But tonight in Valhalla he will feast with Thor.
    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • Pls write me a poem?

    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • Does "America's Got Talent" feature poets?

    Best answer: So far they haven't, but there are well known, classic poems which could very easily be performed, using gesturing, and using background music as well.
    Best answer: So far they haven't, but there are well known, classic poems which could very easily be performed, using gesturing, and using background music as well.
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Read the haiku by Buson. Lighting the lantern— the yellow chrysanthemums lose their color.?

    Best answer: Its change.
    Best answer: Its change.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • I am sick of poems, tired, what I can read instead?

    Best answer: Something else
    Best answer: Something else
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can one eat only one meal a day, under 1,000 calories, and not lose weight?

    Can one eat only one meal a day, under 1,000 calories, and not lose weight?

    There is a secret to this. I don't really need to lose any weight, but I do need to lose 10 pounds inside my body. The laws of physics are being violated here folks, and I am looking for an answer. Am at 189, and I want to get to 179, college weight. Your candid and honest answers are appreciated. If I... show more
    There is a secret to this. I don't really need to lose any weight, but I do need to lose 10 pounds inside my body. The laws of physics are being violated here folks, and I am looking for an answer. Am at 189, and I want to get to 179, college weight. Your candid and honest answers are appreciated. If I must go into more detail I guess I will if asked. Do I have to starve myself. btw: former athlete, have never been overweight. Thanks Thomas
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What rhymes with "fox on the run"?

    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Words rhyming with, `hacker,,,poetic if possible.?

    Best answer: "Poetic if possible"? Um, how do you define whether a word is more or less "poetic" than another? All words can be used in a poem. None is more "poetic" than another.
    Best answer: "Poetic if possible"? Um, how do you define whether a word is more or less "poetic" than another? All words can be used in a poem. None is more "poetic" than another.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • WHAT you got?

    9 answers · 2 weeks ago