a poem today

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  1. froghopper

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    hi, this morning i read a poem on here, replied and asked if we could have a forum for poems,, it was a wonderful poem, and i thanked the person who sent it, but have lost the link,, help please, i would love to copy it.. some one else must have read it as well,,, thanks,, from froghopper,,,,:thumb::thumb:
     
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    got my poem

    well what can i say,, thank you is not enough, it is more moving than when i read it this morning,, you are a star, and again this is what makes this site so amazing,,, :thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
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    Well i am glad this post came up as i need some help i have filled out the deal or no deal application form but am stuck on last question it requires a poem about the show and am the worlds worst poem writer so any help or pointers would be a great help the poem has to about the show and not more than 30 words !!
     
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    Nothing to do with the show but it'll give your post a bump! Here goes.

    On yonder hill stood a coo,[​IMG]

    it must hae moved cos it's nae there noo.:Wink:
     
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    You great soppy hapeth, remember you're British.

    We didn't get where we are today reading poems that don't rhyme.

    The boy stood on the burning deck,
    He stood there playing cricket,
    The ball went up his trouser leg
    and hit the middle wicket.

    See, that's how it should be.

    If Jim started a forum poemsthatdon'trymeRus.co.uk he's get two members, you and him. And the subscription would be -£100.
     
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