Interactive Poetry Week 4

So this week I was thinking of having you guys increase the amount of words you give me! From 3 – 4 (A huge increase I know!) And as with last week I think it would be fun to give you guys words of my own for you to work with! So if you are interested feel free to drop a comment with 3-4 words of your own.

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Dees Daily Journal (Interactive Poetry)

More interactive poetry for you all! Courtesy of the great writer over at Dees Daily Journal. They gave me her three words and I had a lot of fun writing this one! The words were (Lollipops, Jingle, and Cupcakes) tell me how I did!

Sweet Tooth

Have you ever wanted to walk through a forest
Where instead of trees theres lollipops
Like the single luckiest tourist
Whose entire world’s been swapped
Taking in all the sights
Of this forest of sweets
Here there are no bushes, but giant cupcakes
Where you see nothing you wont eat
There is no controlling yourself here, no brakes
Does the thought of all this send a tingle
All the way down your spine
Do you want to dance around whistling a jingle
Take a step back because this is a sign
That your sweet tooth isn’t acceptable
I hope you realize the situations gravity
You are far too susceptible
Because your entire mouth is filled with cavities

Stand Up (Interactive Poetry)

Another person on facebook  gave me three words for my interactive poetry. The words they gave me were (Integrity, Tolerance, and Namaste.) and heres what I came up with.

Stand Up

To live a life with integrity
Is no easy task in this world
Many of us seek a higher entity
And some of us just watch it all unfurl
Yet some stand up for what’s right
Preaching equality and tolerance
Both during the day and at night
Refusing to let justice die in silence
And so those with authority may look down
Upon them with disdain
They may try to drive them out of town
May go so far as to bring them pain
But so long as injustice exists
they will continue to speak
Even threatened with bodily harm they will not desist
Because they are the strong and the weak
So when those who want them to disappear
Come to them to do what they may
They calmly look at their oppressors as peers
And they smile and say Namaste