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I'll start:

There exists a cat sorceress, who banishes cretins.

She does this for various reasons.

She is my friend, upon her I depend.

Her name is Bloomeelia, this I can tell ya,

She’s part human-part cat, and her beauty and wisdom she’ll sell ya!

Bloomeelia likes most people, except those who are rude.

Those people are cretins, don’t let them near your food.

Bloomeelia lives in the magical kingdom of Sploot,

The name sounds silly, but it’s all true,

And if you tell me it’s all lies, Bloomeelia will hiss at you!

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Sheryuken

It's time to face my foe

Make him soft like cooking dough

Hadoken till ravenous killer is close

Then blast him away with my sheryuken

As long as I don't have an overdose

on these pills of Acetaminophen (Tylenol)

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I'm not really good with poems :oops: but here it goes:

Landmaster!

There once was a guy named fox.

His landmaster had broken shocks.

So he called in his mate slippy

to get his landmaster fixed and look more shippy.

Fox took his landmaster out for a spin

and rejoiced because everything worked well until his rival came in.

Wolf and his crew shot at down the tank's shocks

and the evil Wolf said, "Can't let you do that, Star Fox!"

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Neato, However I like when lines with rhyming words are the same length in syllables.

I've tried that. It really doesn't work out for me.  :(

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Well, uhh... I usually just can't find the right words that have the right amount of syllables that make sense. If I do use the words that have the right amount, it will be sort of random.

i.e. I am running out of time!!!!

      Hey look, I found a dime!!!

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On a side note, since I didn't want to overflood the non-starfox works board, I thought I'd post my Sonic poetry fanfic here!

    One day Sonic and Amy were reading a Shakespeare play. They couldn’t get through Act One it was so boring to them. So they decided to run and jump and leap at the same time as reading.

    “Let’s work out all our boredom energy by collecting rings and jumping!” suggested Sonic.

    “Good idea!” said Amy. So Sonic and Amy read from the book while they ran and jumped.

    “It is the sun, and Juliet is the east!” read Sonic as he squashed an enemy.  Amy saw some unlit torches in front of a magical temple that would only open its entryway if the torches were well-lit.  Amy used a lighter to light the torches, and she read from Shakespeare as she did so.

        “"O! she doth teach the torches to burn bright" read Amy. Amy and Sonic continued to try to get through Act 1 as they jumped and leapt through the forests. They ran towards the east, where the sun was setting.

    “It is the east, and Juliet is the sun" read Sonic. Then Sonic defeated another bad guy. Then he and Amy kept on leaping and flying and jumping, and collecting rings.

Sonic began running really really fast at incredible speeds, moving his feet, and he tripped over a rock. But he got back up and continued to read from Shakespeare.

    "Wisely and slow; they stumble that run fast" read Sonic.

   

They leapt up towards the clouds!

   

    Is there no pity sitting in the clouds that sees into the bottom of my grief?

O sweet my mother, cast me not away!

    Sonic and Amy continued their travels. But suddenly, Sonic fell down and lost an extra life! Amy jumped down to make sure Sonic was okay! Sonic was reading from Shakespeare!

    "I dreamt my lady came and found me dead" read Sonic. Amy laughed. Then they fell in love, slowly. Then they saw the Level Exit sign and completed Act 1, and got married!

The end!

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On a side note, since I didn't want to overflood the non-starfox works board, I thought I'd post my Sonic poetry fanfic here!

    One day Sonic and Amy were reading a Shakespeare play. They couldn’t get through Act One it was so boring to them. So they decided to run and jump and leap at the same time as reading.

    “Let’s work out all our boredom energy by collecting rings and jumping!” suggested Sonic.

    “Good idea!” said Amy. So Sonic and Amy read from the book while they ran and jumped.

    “It is the sun, and Juliet is the east!” read Sonic as he squashed an enemy.  Amy saw some unlit torches in front of a magical temple that would only open its entryway if the torches were well-lit.  Amy used a lighter to light the torches, and she read from Shakespeare as she did so.

        “"O! she doth teach the torches to burn bright" read Amy. Amy and Sonic continued to try to get through Act 1 as they jumped and leapt through the forests. They ran towards the east, where the sun was setting.

    “It is the east, and Juliet is the sun" read Sonic. Then Sonic defeated another bad guy. Then he and Amy kept on leaping and flying and jumping, and collecting rings.

Sonic began running really really fast at incredible speeds, moving his feet, and he tripped over a rock. But he got back up and continued to read from Shakespeare.

    "Wisely and slow; they stumble that run fast" read Sonic.

   

They leapt up towards the clouds!

   

    Is there no pity sitting in the clouds that sees into the bottom of my grief?

O sweet my mother, cast me not away!

    Sonic and Amy continued their travels. But suddenly, Sonic fell down and lost an extra life! Amy jumped down to make sure Sonic was okay! Sonic was reading from Shakespeare!

    "I dreamt my lady came and found me dead" read Sonic. Amy laughed. Then they fell in love, slowly. Then they saw the Level Exit sign and completed Act 1, and got married!

The end!

Wasn't that more like a story though?

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