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Confusion
Bemusion
Messed up head
I don’t know what the hell I’m doing

This is a
Terrible
Poem

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      1. Poetic license at its finest. Reading above, it wasn’t bemusing that you used was it. It was bemusion right. Just had a look through some of your other stuff, you really pretty prolific blue girl.

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  1. People are starting to think that poems have to be so complicated, even full of words you’ve never heard of before and need to look up the definition. So you know what? I LOVED it…. plain, simple, and delivered the message
    ~moinees.

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  2. I love this poem and your use of the word terrible.
    The default meaning for terrible is “really bad”
    but terrible can also mean “causing awe”
    The reader of course will decided which meaning to use – for me it is the second.
    You are a great and terrible poet – in the best possible meaning of the words 🙂

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