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A Poem by ThunderStorm


Author: ThunderStorm
Created: May 02, 2010 at 03:37 pm
Upload Type: Poem, T (13+)  
Category: Horror | Science Fiction | Fantasy
Upload Stats: 4.5 Stars by 3 users with 5 comments and 247 views

Snake eyes  

Once every night the snake is hissing, with his snake-eye glow looking something.

For his late night snack, snakes are afraid of piranhas if a whole school of piranhas attack a snake.

Do not stare at a king cobra’s hood, you be paralyzed you can’t move.

Not a single inch, now a King Cobra’s enemy is a mongoose mongoose.

Loves Cobra’s eggs they have a very source for Cobra’s Eggs.


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Comments & Reviews ( X 9)



DeviantWriter88
July 29, 2010
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Woven with thoughtful words the webs of the prey and predators, I liked it a lot and think you can elaborate it more. Very Creative, I have to say.

Keep Writing and Rocking Brother

-Deviant Writer-


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justashadow
May 02, 2010
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this was great : Do not stare at a king cobra’s hood!! loved reading it, this was my first read of this kind of poem but i liked it,..hope u write more

justashadow


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Kassandra
May 02, 2010
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God one Storm, this one says a lot in so short a space. snakes are awesome creatures huh. Good one Storm, yours Kassie


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AuthorSandraRain
May 02, 2010
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Like
I like this


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cluckyduck78
May 02, 2010
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excellent
this poems explores a fascinaation for snakes and their odd complexities so very well done


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