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by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper
Friday, January 23, 2004

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Cupid and the devil tangle.


Cupid felt real stupid,
his last arrow was broken,
and could not be used as a love token.
High above the lover nest he floated,
dear sweet lovers never denoted.
Cupid knew revealing was against the rules,
but so was using broken tools.

In a flash,
he dashed,
stabbed both lovers with the broken arrow,
then floated back up like an innocent sparrow.
Their love ensued,
then the devil boo'd

The red man hated true love,
he'd do anything to block cupid's move.
Even break his arrows into,
to turn a true love blue.
On this day he failed
screamed and yelled,

you're stupid!

Cupid then responded with a surprise,
he shot the red man right between the eyes.
The poor old devil,
fell to cupid's level.
Frozen by love,
he could not move.
Hell bent on evil,
we now have a loving devil.

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Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 1/24/2004
Hehehehehe.....thanks for the giggle.....this one did it fotr me Grady!! Thanks buddy!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Linda Hill 1/23/2004
Awwww if only this could be true and the ole devil
could be mellowed with cupids arrow. How wonderful
this ole world would be then. Excellent write, my friend.

Love 'n Peace,
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 1/23/2004
SHOOT THAT ARROW MY WAYU CUPID, OPP'S HE HAS, cupids nit stupid we are for not taking him seriously
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