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June 23, 2011
By rainbowsnowleopard GOLD, Boise, Idaho
rainbowsnowleopard GOLD, Boise, Idaho
10 articles 6 photos 19 comments

Favorite Quote:
one teenager sent a message to a newspaper saying: two homosexuals moved across the street. she wondered what she could do to improve the quality of the neiborhood.

the response: well, you could move

Misrepritations led by the media
Is the source that thrives to deceive you

By them, my tribe is disgraced
A sole destroyed, a person obsolete

The propaganda can never stop the lies
On and on and on and on again

They hate us
He hates us
She hates us
These never cease
You know why?
Because we’re
But amazing in our own eyes
A person unscathed can be scared on the inside
We march to a different beat
Not military dogs
But dogs ourselves
The word here is anthropomorphic
Who we’re loved by us
Just like animals; we all are

And it’s hard to discriminate
If im a talking animal instead of a human face

All we do is love
Just because
Our imagination
It exceeds yours

We like to make a
But only the kind-hearted and sweet
Hugs, pets, high-fives
But then there’s you
Filled with hate your words possessed
We cannot be broken
So know you know
Me and my pride stand tall
No humiliation
It all dissipates

When the furr is set on

All you do is live

The author's comments:
its a poem about my own furry life

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on Sep. 21 2011 at 2:29 pm
sunny.all.day. GOLD, Potomac, Maryland
15 articles 0 photos 69 comments

Favorite Quote:
"If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day so I never have to live without you."
— A.A. Milne (Winnie-the-Pooh)
"writing is a struggle against silence" carlos fuentos
You miss 100% of the shots you don't take."

Okay, maybe I'm kind of stal.king your profile, but I like your poems :D and I love how your into the whole furry thing, even though I don't really get it. I think the flow of the poem is kind of choppy, especially between the 4th and 5th stanza and like at the points where it goes from a short phrase to a longer one, but it's good, and yes, I've said that about all the poems of yours that I've read.