Day 16: Squirrels and Alligators

In my speech class today, we had to make poems. Crappy poems, but poems none the less. We had to choose a word, and then its opposite. Then we had to list 20 words for each word that those words made us think about. I chose fire before I knew the teacher was going to make us pick the opposite. So I ended up with fire and ice.

Then, we had to make a poem using 30ish, I don’t remember the exact number of the 42 words, and nothing but those 30 words.

Bahamut, Leviathan, Kittens!
Blue Baloons Tantrum,
Dwarves Would Catsplosion,
Carp, Dragons, Red Water
Bomb Books, Explosion
Planes Ice Atlantis
3rings Crashes
Fire Liberty
Fire Freedom
Yellow Life Raft
Red Rivers
Ice Statues
Ice Nukes’



~ by Atlas Rune on October 13, 2009.

2 Responses to “Day 16: Squirrels and Alligators”

  1. Fire and Ice…real original.

    • I know, huh.

      I really didn’t know what she was going to have us do, or i wouldn’t have chosen fire.

      But seriously, there is a reason why they are generally taken as opposites. Fire is excess of energy, ice is absence of energy…

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