The Poet's Haven, submitted by FooMaster. While my poetry is obviously awesome, thought-provoking stuff, you may be surprised to learn there are poets of equal skill honing their craft on other Internet online web pages! Poet's Haven (or Poet Shaven, I'm not sure) is just one of those many pages! Let's take a look at a snippet from an epic poem entitled "Excuse Me, Sir,".

Excuse me, sir,
But, you see, I seem to
Have misplaced something
Dear to me, sir.

At least, sir,
I believe that I lost it;
I'm assuming I was
Assigned a least a small
Bit of happiness
When born, sir.

Forgive me, sir,
For I don't want to whine,
Even though I know I am.
I just think that
My life is going far
Too bad for things to
Be as fair as they
Should be, sir.

Oh excuse me sir, but your whiney poetry is so bad that even goths laugh at it. Poet's Haven provides the literary value of throwing a grapefruit into a ceiling fan and smearing the resulting chunks of fruit meat onto the pages of a Maxim Magazine article about how to paw at women's breasts without getting slapped in the face. The only redeeming feature of this site is a picture of a cute kitten who may or may not grow up to happily inject seven ounces of rabid saliva into a four-year old orphan boy. Aww, how sweet!

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