RED MEAT There's no excuse for domestic beer (revised) from the secret files of max cannon
Against a fence the cowboy stands, A lonely life his work demands.
He longs for love, a gentle touch, A woman for whom he cares so much.
But unbeknownst to this kindly man, He'll soon be touched by Milkman Dan.
I hate you, Milkman Dan.
2002-01-15 14:43:42By Reverend Toast

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8Goofy, but I laughed -Cap'n
7Still like this one because of the way the characters line up.
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7Breaks two RMCS rules. Why not? Preloggy
7-1 for TPTP
6I wish Dan's 3 were a little creepier, but this is pretty good!
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6Yes! TPTP!
6it's different at least
6A bit OOC, but pretty clever..crz
6About as good as cowboy and MMD can be - Spike
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6Promising but the cowboy really is a monologue character. Formatting hurts --HoE
6You lose the rhythm with "for whom" and "kindly" -- poetry, not perfect english
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5+1 for inventiveness
5-ballpn
5Heh, I like the whole Poetry Stage concept.
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5Disappointing end to a great notion.
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4nice poem. till #3 (CB)
4-1 for messed up meter in 2
4Don't know about the poetry and don't know about cowboy havin' company.
4Your basic "look maw" joke, but it rhymes! -PB
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4Doesn't really do anything for me.
3No good. Sorry, pardner. --VX
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3No.
3Pretty lame character juxtaposition and poetry; TPTP`````` not needed
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2I hate poetry.
2MMD is a cowboy tormenter, not a cowboy molester. -FV
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1Nice try... falls flat. --TRT

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