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Punctuating Poetry Part OneSome people believe poetry shouldn't be punctuated and others are still taught to put a comma after every new line. So where is the balance? What does one - especially one new or growing in poetry - do? Well, that's simple: a poet must punctuate with purpose!
In order to punctuate with purpose, however, a poet must understand two things: what she wants to achieve with the poem and what a piece of punctuation can achieve in a poem. This means a poet must understand more than the common rules of punctuation; she must know the effect that certain punctuation points can have on a reader or in a text.
This overview tackles punctuation in poetry from a practical standpoint, but it's important to note that while there are "rules" for punctuation, and while there are even some "rules" for poetry, there are no set-in-stone conventional rules for punctuation in poetry. There are schools of thought, and linguistic philosophy runs amuck, but there is nothing definit
Lexi's Tied Up Tickle Torture*rrrrrrrrr*
Lexi sighed. Despite finals being only a week away, she was unable to focus the least bit on the textbook sitting in front of her; she hadn’t eaten any breakfast that morning and her belly had been growling hungrily ever since she arrived at the library, growing steadily louder as it got even closer to lunchtime. She stretched, reaching her arms high above her head. The motion pulled the hem of her long-sleeve navy blue shirt up past her belly button, and she rubbed her bare belly.
Her friend Shane, sitting next to her at the library table, looked up. Lexi smiled at him, slightly embarrassed. “Sorry!” She whispered. “I’m just so -” her belly let out a loud growl that lasted a good four or five seconds before trailing off into a soft gurgle. She blushed.
Shane smirked. “Hungry?” he guessed. He reached over and patted her belly, causing Lexi to laugh.
“Nooo, I’m ticklish,” she
My first wedgieIt was a Saturday, round about noon, my parents were going to be gone for a couple of hours (I don't remember what they went out for). So my big sister (Abbi) was in charge and she decided to invite 2 of her friends over. As far as I remember it started off with Abbi saying to me "Do you know what a wedgie is Amy", "No", I replied. "Would you like me to show you?" said Abbi with a friendly smile on her face and what do I go and do, I reply with "Ok." So Abbi told me to follow them to the back garden, once we were outside Abbi grabbed a rope then looked down my pants for my underwear and tied it to my undies. "What are you doing with my panties", I said "I'm showing you what a wedgie is silly", Abbi replied with a friendly voice "Oh ok", I replied. So I let my big sister continue while her 2 friends watched looking like they were trying not to laugh, then Abbi tied the over end of the rope to the tree branch and had me stand on something and said "Are you ready to find out what a wedgie
True tickling story: Sleepover tickling(This is a true tickling story about something that happened to me. Enjoy!)
This sleepover was in May I believe, we were all much younger, I in fact was fourteen. It was at my house, and my parents had stepped out to get food, drinks, ect... So all of us girls were up in my room. It was Sam, Yuna, a girl I knew at the time named Carly who was 15 years old had long black hair and blue eyes and she stood at about 5,4. We were all hanging out in my room and Sam had an idea, 'to see who's underwear was the cutest'. I didn't know it at the time but Sam is a lesbian, so getting a room of girls to undress would be amazing for her 14 year old self. Yuna who at the time was 13, undressed first, revealing a simple black and white poka dot bra and panties.
"How do I look" she said in her adorable British accent.
Everyone felt a little awkward to answer that question, so it was left unanswered. Then Sam undressed revealing a pink lace bra, and black
Volunteering Can Be Dangerous Pt. 1Ashton was a 20 year old guy. He loved helping people out. He never had a problem in sacrificing a little for the sake of helping people. However, on this day he would have to make a sacrifice that was a little difficult to make. Well anyways, he had no say in the matter. So story begins as such:
Ashton was with his mom Mariah in a cafe. His mom had to meet a friend of her's named Annie. Annie was a slightly overweight. You could make it out by looking at her wide hips and huge dangling breasts. She was 45 years old. "So what work do you have with Annie mom?", asked Ashton. Mariah replied, "I have to discuss something with Annie regarding our new business. She's gonna help me in getting the license for the business.". They orders two black coffees and a cup cake. They spent the next 15 minutes talking about regular things going on here and there. In walked Annie. They all exchanged greetings and sat down to talk business. "So did you speak to the agent about our license Annie?", asked
Caboose's Best LinesCabooses' Quotes
"I'm never gonna get married. My father always said: Why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free?"
"Mr Church? Sir? Sorry about calling your girl a slut."
"That guy Tex is really a robot... and you're his boyfriend! So that makes you... a gay robot."
"Don't ever. Be. Alone."
"Goodbye Major Cinnamin bun! I will always remember your buttery goodness!"
"Shiela! Come back to me! I made you a muffin!"
"My name is Michael J. Caboose, and I. Hate. Babies!"
"Your toast has been burnt, and no amount of scraping will remove the black part."
"I will eat your unhappiness!"
"What was it? A helicopter?"
"Look! A te-le-ma-scope!"
"That red guy has captured Tex! I am going to shoot him, and kill him, and free Tex! Then Church will forgive me for shooting him, and we can be friends."
"Tucker did it."
"[Donut] I think this is what they call the calm before the storm." "[Caboose] I call it naptime. Which is right before food-time! And then comes food-naptime! That
A First Baby TGMy loving wife Holly told what she thought was good news, she wanted to have a baby girl. I smiled and rubbed her belly. I started to take off my clothes but she stopped me and told me to wait. I nodded and gave her a light kiss. She gave me this stern look. "Whats wrong, honey?" I asked worried. "You don't act as if your happy that I wanna have little feet pattering across the floor" she replied. I let out a small sigh and explained that I didn't know if I was really ready to be a father. She gave me a light peck on the cheek and told me it would be okay. "I have something that might change your mind..." she said as she handed me this bottle. I looked at it moving it around in my hands trying to figure out why she gave me a bottle. I suddenly had this urge to put the tip of it into my mouth and start sucking. She watched me as I did so, smiling as if she accomplished something big. I looked at her with a worried face not realizing my hands were shrinki
The Original List of Themes1. Introduction
3. Making History
12. Dead Wrong
13. Running Away
15. Seeking Solace
20. My Inspiration
21. Never Again
25. Breaking Away
26. Forever and a day
27. Lost and Found
33. Seeing Red
34. Shades of Grey
39. Out of Time
40. Knowing How
41. Fork in the road
43. Nature's Fury
44. At Peace
45. Heart Song
48. Everyday Magic
51. Troubling Thoughts
52. Stirring of the Wind
54. Health and Healing
56. Everything For You
57. Slow Down
58. Heartfelt Apology
62. Irregular Orbit
63. Cold Embrace
65. A Moment in Time
66. Dangerous Territory
Naruto Japanese Dictionary
General Language Notes
1) Insults. Mostly, these come in the form of impolite pronouns. Words like kisama and yarou arent technically dirty names, theyre just very impolite. Occasionally, as is the case with school children, these can become as creative as most American insults, ranging from impugning a persons intelligence to impugning their direct genetic makeup.
2) Plurals. The only way of expressing plural (aside from using numbers) is with a special noun ending. The suffix -tachi is the polite way of doing this; it expresses a group of things. For instance, Bob-san-tachi means Bob and whoever happens to be associated with him by context this could mean all the people sitting at the same table with Bob, all of Bobs closest friends, Bobs closest coworkers, or whatever. The suffix -ra is the impolite/informal way o