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Cobblestone Valley

even though they
were profiting from
this new era which created
it's own stars and
company celebrates.
something was missing.
Not with the sport or
entertainment aspect,
but the overall
need of being human.
Talking, making your chants
be heard. Knowing were the
parties were and how'd be there.
Even if you don't get the girl
brag about having her company.
well you can be a loser
if you wanna be
I want the girl, the party
and the night after.
so we
Raised someone to a level
of comparable competence.
Citing his responsibilities and
remunerative job duties.
Contracted and governed
by the ordinances according
to the field.
We allied with folk of
similar interest.
We looked to the future and
in collaberation we saw
the importance of
being indivdaul enough to
create togetherness.
We had Nine different names,
we chose one. We ran our company with
the idea that we would only subtitle
our brand name to end the fatigue of
learned people.
You know tiring yourself
with being familiar
often brings fatigue
but moving towards the edges
when what's centered
can sometimes help
promote and
repromote something
that needs rebranding.
Verb a Promote is to raise
someone to the important
responsiblity of being champion.
We looked to competion
and promoted fair minded
practices to insure what
would best be means
of fair minded competion,
something suitible for fans
and the consumers of wrestling.

About this poem

He was lead Fluter in The Cobblestone Valley Orchestra, were the 34 peice ensemble played to many many music loving people!

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Submitted by allanterry542curtis on November 23, 2021

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Scheme Text too long
Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 1,423
Words 256
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 58

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