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FIT_Gamer said:
Teeqoz said:

Poem (or song, rather) for my bae

 

It’s every day bro
You are my Peach, I’m Mari-o
Together we can go
And play, fus RO

Hey now, I just wanna go ahead and plaaay now
Everybody let me hear you saaaay now
Teeq and OnionBae, you and I will make the world go wow

I’ll let you borrow my Steam account
though I don’t have games to an absurd amount
Or if console is your thing, maybe I’ll give you a ring,
Collect all the coins make ‘em go ka-ching.

Hey now, I just wanna go ahead and plaaay now
Everybody let me hear you saaaay now
Teeq and OnionBae, you and I will make the world go wow

I guess we are near the end
Approaching the flag pole, we’re ready to ascend.
And I hope, I’m not alone in thinking
I’m more than just a friend.

 

Hey now, I just wanna go ahead and plaaay now
Everybody let me hear you saaaay now
Teeq and OnionBae, you and I will make the world go wow

And since I envisioned this piece of art as a song, I included a bonus: a recording of my performance

http://vocaroo.com/i/s15xirj3BypZ

And that leaves the picture of my PC:

I listened to the audio track. Don't ever listen to the audo track lol. 

That is time I can never get back...



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ok boyssss, today at 12 am is over!!!!! Good luck <3 <3 <3



onionberry said:

ok boyssss, today at 12 am is over!!!!! Good luck <3 <3 <3

Did you just assume our collective gender?



I'm not sure if the pic of my rig is visible (doesn't show up on my phone) so I'll post it again.

http://i.imgur.com/DcnYLlR.jpg



Wii U is a GCN 2 - I called it months before the release!

My Vita to-buy list: The Walking Dead, Persona 4 Golden, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, TearAway, Ys: Memories of Celceta, Muramasa: The Demon Blade, History: Legends of War, FIFA 13, Final Fantasy HD X, X-2, Worms Revolution Extreme, The Amazing Spiderman, Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate - too many no-gaemz :/

My consoles: PS2 Slim, PS3 Slim 320 GB, PSV 32 GB, Wii, DSi.

Just wanted to write a quick synopsis of my poem,

The poem is a reference to the last of us, wherein a person is going to see their lover whom has been infected by the cordyceps fungus and become a clicker. The narrator goes to find them one last time, and by the wording, intends to kill them, put them out of their misery. As the narrator prepares themselves for that eventuality, both s/he and the cordyceps are searching each other out in the darkness, through sounds, like a funeral march (a requiem), as pertaining to how the game mechanics work. But, the narrator catches a glimpse of the lover, and is overcome by emotion and purposely lets their guard down. The lover pinpoints the narrator, and begins clicking back. The final verse is open-ended, as we don't know whether the click clack is from the lover's speech pattern or from a gun firing.

Metaphorically, it's about a relationship gone sour. Things have change immutably, and the narrator knows the situation is doomed, and so packs up their things and waits to see the other one last time to end it. They have basically become different people, and have lost the ability to communicate, or even recognize each other. The main character, trying to find what was lost in the relationship is "enlightened" at the last moment and attempts to talk, despite knowing the clearly toxic situation, and the other responds perhaps aggressively. Both have given in to their primality, and are reacting to each other on based on their own personal experience. Again, being open ended, it is left open as to whether they end up communicating, or terminating things. ie; don't think of the cordyceps as being a zombie, think of it as being someone with a different personality than the narrator understands. The message being that sometimes you have to put aside reason and follow your heart, even if it ends up in disaster. I'm a sucker for tradgedy. 

In writing this, I tried to put as many references to games as possible. BanjoKazooie, castlevania, last of us, fps, persona, super mario, etc, but couldn't bring myself to being so obvious about it because it's just not my style. It can be almost entirely read as if there are no references. It takes a discerning eye, someone in the know, to understand their added meaning. Anyway, thanks for reading, I'm going to work on this a little more in the coming weeks as I like the idea, but can probably use some better imagery, or more clever wording, but most notably I can't decide whether it's better to end the poem with the last two lines, or to double them haha.



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I guess I missed it :p



It takes genuine talent to see greatness in yourself despite your absence of genuine talent.

theprof00 said:

Just wanted to write a quick synopsis of my poem,

The poem is a reference to the last of us, wherein a person is going to see their lover whom has been infected by the cordyceps fungus and become a clicker. The narrator goes to find them one last time, and by the wording, intends to kill them, put them out of their misery. As the narrator prepares themselves for that eventuality, both s/he and the cordyceps are searching each other out in the darkness, through sounds, like a funeral march (a requiem), as pertaining to how the game mechanics work. But, the narrator catches a glimpse of the lover, and is overcome by emotion and purposely lets their guard down. The lover pinpoints the narrator, and begins clicking back. The final verse is open-ended, as we don't know whether the click clack is from the lover's speech pattern or from a gun firing.

Metaphorically, it's about a relationship gone sour. Things have change immutably, and the narrator knows the situation is doomed, and so packs up their things and waits to see the other one last time to end it. They have basically become different people, and have lost the ability to communicate, or even recognize each other. The main character, trying to find what was lost in the relationship is "enlightened" at the last moment and attempts to talk, despite knowing the clearly toxic situation, and the other responds perhaps aggressively. Both have given in to their primality, and are reacting to each other on based on their own personal experience. Again, being open ended, it is left open as to whether they end up communicating, or terminating things. ie; don't think of the cordyceps as being a zombie, think of it as being someone with a different personality than the narrator understands. The message being that sometimes you have to put aside reason and follow your heart, even if it ends up in disaster. I'm a sucker for tradgedy. 

In writing this, I tried to put as many references to games as possible. BanjoKazooie, castlevania, last of us, fps, persona, super mario, etc, but couldn't bring myself to being so obvious about it because it's just not my style. It can be almost entirely read as if there are no references. It takes a discerning eye, someone in the know, to understand their added meaning. Anyway, thanks for reading, I'm going to work on this a little more in the coming weeks as I like the idea, but can probably use some better imagery, or more clever wording, but most notably I can't decide whether it's better to end the poem with the last two lines, or to double them haha.

 



theprof00 said:

Just wanted to write a quick synopsis of my poem,

The poem is a reference to the last of us, wherein a person is going to see their lover whom has been infected by the cordyceps fungus and become a clicker. The narrator goes to find them one last time, and by the wording, intends to kill them, put them out of their misery. As the narrator prepares themselves for that eventuality, both s/he and the cordyceps are searching each other out in the darkness, through sounds, like a funeral march (a requiem), as pertaining to how the game mechanics work. But, the narrator catches a glimpse of the lover, and is overcome by emotion and purposely lets their guard down. The lover pinpoints the narrator, and begins clicking back. The final verse is open-ended, as we don't know whether the click clack is from the lover's speech pattern or from a gun firing.

Metaphorically, it's about a relationship gone sour. Things have change immutably, and the narrator knows the situation is doomed, and so packs up their things and waits to see the other one last time to end it. They have basically become different people, and have lost the ability to communicate, or even recognize each other. The main character, trying to find what was lost in the relationship is "enlightened" at the last moment and attempts to talk, despite knowing the clearly toxic situation, and the other responds perhaps aggressively. Both have given in to their primality, and are reacting to each other on based on their own personal experience. Again, being open ended, it is left open as to whether they end up communicating, or terminating things. ie; don't think of the cordyceps as being a zombie, think of it as being someone with a different personality than the narrator understands. The message being that sometimes you have to put aside reason and follow your heart, even if it ends up in disaster. I'm a sucker for tradgedy. 

In writing this, I tried to put as many references to games as possible. BanjoKazooie, castlevania, last of us, fps, persona, super mario, etc, but couldn't bring myself to being so obvious about it because it's just not my style. It can be almost entirely read as if there are no references. It takes a discerning eye, someone in the know, to understand their added meaning. Anyway, thanks for reading, I'm going to work on this a little more in the coming weeks as I like the idea, but can probably use some better imagery, or more clever wording, but most notably I can't decide whether it's better to end the poem with the last two lines, or to double them haha.

Dang it, you're in the wrong place! Here we're just writing silly love poems. Here you go! 



Wii U is a GCN 2 - I called it months before the release!

My Vita to-buy list: The Walking Dead, Persona 4 Golden, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, TearAway, Ys: Memories of Celceta, Muramasa: The Demon Blade, History: Legends of War, FIFA 13, Final Fantasy HD X, X-2, Worms Revolution Extreme, The Amazing Spiderman, Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate - too many no-gaemz :/

My consoles: PS2 Slim, PS3 Slim 320 GB, PSV 32 GB, Wii, DSi.

theprof00 said:

Just wanted to write a quick synopsis of my poem,

The poem is a reference to the last of us, wherein a person is going to see their lover whom has been infected by the cordyceps fungus and become a clicker. The narrator goes to find them one last time, and by the wording, intends to kill them, put them out of their misery. As the narrator prepares themselves for that eventuality, both s/he and the cordyceps are searching each other out in the darkness, through sounds, like a funeral march (a requiem), as pertaining to how the game mechanics work. But, the narrator catches a glimpse of the lover, and is overcome by emotion and purposely lets their guard down. The lover pinpoints the narrator, and begins clicking back. The final verse is open-ended, as we don't know whether the click clack is from the lover's speech pattern or from a gun firing.

Metaphorically, it's about a relationship gone sour. Things have change immutably, and the narrator knows the situation is doomed, and so packs up their things and waits to see the other one last time to end it. They have basically become different people, and have lost the ability to communicate, or even recognize each other. The main character, trying to find what was lost in the relationship is "enlightened" at the last moment and attempts to talk, despite knowing the clearly toxic situation, and the other responds perhaps aggressively. Both have given in to their primality, and are reacting to each other on based on their own personal experience. Again, being open ended, it is left open as to whether they end up communicating, or terminating things. ie; don't think of the cordyceps as being a zombie, think of it as being someone with a different personality than the narrator understands. The message being that sometimes you have to put aside reason and follow your heart, even if it ends up in disaster. I'm a sucker for tradgedy. 

In writing this, I tried to put as many references to games as possible. BanjoKazooie, castlevania, last of us, fps, persona, super mario, etc, but couldn't bring myself to being so obvious about it because it's just not my style. It can be almost entirely read as if there are no references. It takes a discerning eye, someone in the know, to understand their added meaning. Anyway, thanks for reading, I'm going to work on this a little more in the coming weeks as I like the idea, but can probably use some better imagery, or more clever wording, but most notably I can't decide whether it's better to end the poem with the last two lines, or to double them haha.

Man and I thought making the first letter of each line in my poem spell 'onionberry' was pretty good but.. well done



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