The Day After (Revisited)

The Day After.
Laughter. Darque Sinister Laughter Laughing Over The World Being Over.
Irregular World Now Teeming With Nuclear Power.
Darquer & Dead, Earth, The Day After.
The Day After.
The Day After World War III. The Day After They, Finally, Dropped The Bomb.
Numb, All Seems Numb & Eerie.
Scary: This World Ever @ Ground 0, That Final Fateful Mushroom Cloud Ever Around.
Dead. We R All Dead, The Day After.
The Day After Is Just A Barren Earth, A Wasteland Premier & Holocaustic.
Gothic & Grim Is The Day After.
Laughter, Now So Familiar, Heightens 2 Become The Madness Itself. Now C: King:Kaos & Neo, The NeoNuclear Man. Most Dire & Horrific Testament 2 The Day After.
The Day After.

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A Revisiting Of A Ol' Post Apocalyptic Short Story I Wrote Many Years Ago (1 Of My 1st).

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Written on November 20, 2022

Submitted by jerrywlawrence2666 on November 20, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Scheme AaaaAbcdaeaaA
Closest metre Iambic heptameter
Characters 689
Words 135
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 13

Jerry Wayne Lawrence, Jr.

A Poet 4 Some Years Just Trying 2 Get What I Do Out There 2 Bring Some Enjoyment 2 Life. more…

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