Devilrod Challenge Ode

Devilrod Challenge Ode

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Genre: Poetry

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Status: Finished

Genre: Poetry

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Summary

I never really gave myself much thought. I never really thought, what am I made of? When I read airs poem I was truly inspired to take the challenge and it caused me to think, What are my dreams? How do I see myself? What are my aspirations?
So here goes.
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Summary

I never really gave myself much thought. I never really thought, what am I made of? When I read airs poem I was truly inspired to take the challenge and it caused me to think, What are my dreams? How do I see myself? What are my aspirations?
So here goes.

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Submitted: June 10, 2008

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Submitted: June 10, 2008

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Fisher of Men

I look for opportunity

To cast the lively bait

To an ocean full of hungry fish

All lying still in wait.

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Their souls are starving

for the love

That everbody needs

But they look in mass directions

Searching through the weeds.

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Swimming in an open sea

Safety lies with numbers

But alert I stand at the helm

No time to take a slumber

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For time is short

Eternity long

And never to repent

Once gone from earth

It is too late

And judgement then is set.

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So now I look out at the sea

And ask myself, "What now?"

I cannot catch an ocean of fish.

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But now I wish and wish and wish

That there are others just like me

Waiting for a fish.


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