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TITLE: The Unsung Writer: a poem or something like that*
By Jacob Gibson
11/08/08
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Oh hello. You must have come to the wrong place or clicked on this by mistake. If you go back the way you came you should be able to find what you were looking for. Sorry for the trouble. :)

This is simply an unpoetic thing I wrote to express how I sometimes feel overlooked in some areas of my life. There's a positive message at the end though. Don't want to sound like a whiner or anything.
This is the story
of a writer named Jake

He joined a great website called faithwriters
And wrote lots of stuff

He invited his friends to come and read
But for some reason most of them didn't

Now he feels unhappy and a little frustrated
Not knowing why they don't read his work

He wrote this poem that has no rhymes
No real structure either
To express his feelings of blah

Blah blah blah
blah blah blah blah
Blah blah blah blah... blah blah blah

But he's glad he has friends around the world
Who read his work and say kind things

He may not know them personally
But is so glad for their company

(And he can't forget his dear grandma
Who has read much of his work)

God knows all about Jake
How he feels and what he needs

He cares about him more than anyone
And that's all Jake needs to remember

Praise Him for that!
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