A Fear in Rhyme

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

A man finds fear while following a common rhyme.

I'm outside somewhere, in my favorite chair,

Breathing the air, as it blows through my hair.

What's that over there? It looks like a bear,

With an evil stare. Intending to scare?

I'm too far from my lair, perhaps my neighbor will care.

The bear with the stare, he apparently does dare.

His speed it is rare, My legs a slow pair,

But it isn't despair, that he wishes to share,

But only my chair, which I can repair.


Submitted: July 21, 2009

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Stormy Raines

wait this one confused me. so the bear had an evil stare but he didn't want to kill the man he just wanted his chair? is that right? it was kind of cool how you made the entire thing rhyme with somewhere. lol great work. im sure that wasn't meant to be confusing I'm just a little slow sometimes and need an explanation

Wed, July 22nd, 2009 6:16pm

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