Abode of Ancient Creative Writing, Art, Etc… From Beginning To End – Out With The Old, In With The New

Spontaneous Creativity

Politicians; Poly –

Greek for “Many” Ticks –

Gluttons of others’ blood



Governments’ gov’ment

Befitting Inadequate of





Ne’er change yourself

Yield friends and kin before

Playing Jesus with thine soul



Like like like like like like like like like like

Well, my guesstimation is a little,

Kind-a-like, l-m-f-a-o, hey, hey,

Like, that ain’t not cool, you’re just ig’nant, like

Laughing at me like that, I mean just ’cause

I’m like giggling, and having some is-yous,

Jus’ tryin’ tu find the right word don’t not

Mean u shood start up all a’ laughin’ n’

Sorts, I means you jus’ trai dat again n’

Weyull jus’ half to c hoo ndz ap getting

That gaud-dayum last chuckle, do u heyur me! 







How might one begin to

Comprehend the lone owl’s

Screeching song…

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Practicing Some Literary Devices For A Quiz Tomorrow In My Latin Class

Bony bruised bruisers’ bones break

– My utilization of alliteration


I fence because I fence

– My utilization of anaphora (yes, fence like with swords)


Three fencers’ fences (this time fencers like the ones who put up fences in peoples’ yards)

– My utilization of apostrophe


She was excreted blasphemy, honey-golden-tongue, abundant void

– My utilization of asyndeton





– My utilization of enjambment


Slithering in a long stride of brambles and ash is a life forged not by its owner.

– My utilization of hyperbaton


He’s not a complete thunderumptiously-profusing-profoundering-whifferninny-fundergunst.

– My utilization of litotes with some made up words


Lend me your ears, he’s been a leg up on ’em ever since she gave him a hand.

My utilization of metonymy


You know Hroomphlaugh, Zhormgaursht, Naugherunghi, and Heifter, Zharlock, Nepuntee, Unslackenvrecker, but do you recall, the most famous whifferninny of all, quolfkharzamkrauckenspecter, had a very fungunsty shlork, and if you ever saw it, you would even say it shlorks, like a bloughfengaust!

My utilization of polysyndeton with made up words and names


Holumptious-fabuloso designers’ picks.

My utilization of hyperbole


Divulging deceits



A wild bark ate our meow and now there is nothing but waaawaaaawaaaa forsaken in labyrinths of whooooooooooosshshhshhshshhshs



Stoners rocking out got stoned

Just some wordplay and puns


The land is picketing the mayor’s yard. Signs read “Don’t tread on me.”



What is so cheap as today?
What is so precious as tomorrow?

Rhetorical questions


As cheap as today

As precious as tomorrow




Out through realm the all armor shining in the light moon.






Merry Happy Have A Great National Serpent, Freedom, Ice Cream For Breakfast, Car Insurance, Taking Your Child To The Library, and Working Naked Day !!!

Today is National Serpent, Freedom, Ice Cream For Breakfast, Car Insurance, Taking Your Child To The Library, and Working Naked Day !!! Lolololol ! – http://www.checkiday.com/

I’ll post the poems in celebration of of all, but National Serpent Day later.

Here are some poems in celebration of National Serpent Day ! –

All-In-All Serpent

Of Light, Devourer Of

Sun, Torch of the Night

Milky Way Serpent

Devouring yourself eternally


Serpent of Heaven

Devouring and heaving

Forth yourself again



Serpent of Heaven

Serpent of Light

Devouring yourself eternally

Sustenance for the shedding of

Old skin and new growth

Cycles of milky white venom

Infect star-children, cataract of

Heaven’s Eye, alpha and

Omega fight over the last

Crumb of their own body’s banquet

All-Encircling World Serpent’s

Mountain-fangs pierce own tail’s

Adamantine hide in

Geyser canyons of blood

Ten trillion leagues beneath the

Ocean encircling the serpent encircling it

Poems In Honor Of National Pie Day

Interlocking bars 

Brazen Gluttony behind

Enfeeble not long


And now for a nontraditional haiku –

Gluttony embodied

At bay behind bars brazen

Tempting whispers


Spice from boat and beast

Redgolden delicacy 

Harvest’s jubilee 


Grain and fruit to gem

Melted down in furnace heat

Magma cools to stone



Quotes Of The Day

“If you are going through hell, keep going.” – Winston Churchill

“Never, never, never give in!” – Winston Churchill

“It always seems impossible until it’s done.” – Nelson Mandela

“The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.” – Confucius

“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” – Thomas A. Edison

“I am a slow walker, but I never walk back.” – Abraham Lincoln

“Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any one thing.” – Abraham Lincoln

 “Never confuse a single defeat with a final defeat.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald

“When you get to the end of your rope. Tie a knot and hang on.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt 

Quote Of The Day –

“The day which we fear as our last is but the birthday of eternity” –
Lucius Annaeus Seneca

My first book spine poem ever, this one’s from a while ago…

Spontaneous Creativity

The Arch Fiend and Lord of the Flies threatens all that is good with the might of his sword. A clash of brawn and wit ensues in a game of thrones for ultimate power. The two great cities of damnation and salvation respectively are locked in bitter war. Endless night devours creation. After ages innumerable of unceasing combat The Hero With A Thousand Faces is given permission from his father to sacrifice himself to deal an immortal blow to Death and end his reign in darkness. This act of utter selflessness makes a future paradise on earth, Plato’s Republic, not only a possibility, but a reality.

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My First Ever Book Spine Poem – “Dual Duel”

Currently Reading

Mockingjay of The Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins, Speaker For The Dead of the Ender’s Game series by Orson Scott Card, American Fencer by Silver Medalist Olympian and America’s Face of Fencing, Tim Morehouse, and Tolkien’s The Silmarillion for like the fourth time, the latter being the greatest book of all time.