MAG Poetry Competition 2010 - search for new poems

About 80% of the participants in the 2010 poetry competition wished their poems to remain viewable on the website. Check these out here:

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Take my Dis & Dat

by Aaron Enos

Take my this and take my that
Take it all I’ll get it back
I have God I’ll never lack
Keep it all don’t bring it back

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Don't Judge Shylock

by Aaron Enos

Don’t Judge Shylock
He’s not like you
Don’t call him Beast
He’sa manlike you

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He drove the chief poet mad

by Aaron Enos

Who is that poet
Writing poems
With his no good rhymes
No storyline

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The Seventeenth Commandment

by Aaron Enos

Do not mess with your mind
Don’t even tempt him
Do not take him on a trip to the top of a high mountain
And say to him JUMP!

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Leave Unannounced

by Aaron Enos

Choose one morning
But do it soon
Choose tomorrow morning
Do it without warning

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When the junky goes clean

by Aaron Enos

I am the thing called repented
A sinner now saved
I reside in the belly of a whale
In here, there is something called peace

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Facebook Disciples

by Aaron Enos

I’m calling all facebook disciples
Read your Holy Bibles

You’ve uploaded enough pictures

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When the junky goes clean

by Aaron Enos

I am the thing called repented
A sinner now saved
I reside in the belly of a whale
Where there is something called peace

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I still speak

by Aaron Enos

I would have loved to be a freedom fighter
I would have told you a poem about the Government and the Oppressor man
I would have loved to be William Shakespeare..A Legend
I would have told you To Be or Not To Be.. ...there are no questions

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It must all end tonight

by Aaron Enos

All the pain
All the anguish
All the emptiness of life
All the pride

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