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The Beast
by Sheri Plunk

Friday, July 26, 2002

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The beast is in its true st form
The darkness settles in
Good or Evil, its mind is torn
as shadows form to win

The love was cleanly ripped
completely from its heart
A soul that has been stripped
Its journey now will start

The beast searches for its prey
A dark and evil soul
To join upon winters day
And watch the darkness flow

I edited this poem to make it flow better. The changes I made have to be credited to Amor. Thank you so much.

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Reviewed by Melissa Rives 8/14/2002
Ahhh...nice flow to this! Keep it up cuz!
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 7/30/2002
I must agree with Justin on that second broke the flow you started off with. The poem itself was well done and I can see where it is going.
Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery (Reader) 7/27/2002
Now...I'm waiting for part II...
Great writing--real attention grabber...
Reviewed by Lori Moore 7/27/2002
Reviewed by Justin Wolf (Reader) 7/26/2002
This is very good. I think the second stanza could use a little cleaning up because it just doesn't read smoothely like it should. I think it may be a bit confusing at first glance. But I do like the brooding nature of this poem, Bravo.
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