...with this week's PuckToon. I'm expecting a call from Hallmark any minute now.Enjoy, and have a happy Valentine's Day!
Nice! I'm sure Hallmark is preparing their offer as I type. :)
Maybe the best part of that poem was my restraint. I probably would have been crossing the line with the stanza about skates to my heart's throat.
That was an excellent poem. I'd have to say, I'd pick the guy who presented me a hockey related poem over one who gave me some shitty Hallmark. PS, I hope you don't accept their offer, Sleek, I don't want to see the quality of your work decline.
Your heart is in love with Brian Marchment? Good stuff, Earl.
Oh, I won't be selling out to any Hallmark, at least not until they get their offer up to the 10-15 year contract range.NHL players teach me negotiation lessons all the time.
Your heart is in love with Brian Marchment? Good stuff, Earl.See, I was going to say "Chris Pronger". Happy Valentine's Day, BoC. That poem is better than the NHL-themed valentine's day cards at the drug store with such witty phrases as "You're my MVP!" and "You're a SENSational Valentine!"
The poem is awesome.Lol SENSational Valentine.My favorite is Rose are RedViolets are BlueNow Let's go duck. Or something like that.
It's a bit late, but I was inspired by your poetry to make my own poem. :P (I hope the tags come out right.)In honor of St. Valentine's, an ode to our sportHeaps of love and praise, I guess, or something of that sortEast coast bias lingers on, turning a blind eye westAnd coming up next at ten, a tiny blurb at bestRiding bulls and hunting deer, let's not forget the fishTo be upstaged by card games, was not that once our wish?Hated commissioners (Bettman!), one lost year of playOf these problems in our league, there's nothing more to say.Concussions, body injuries... what about the flu?Kicking motion, interference, there's no goal for you! Each missed call, bad penalties, heck, every boo and hissYet even with the negatives... Wait! I love this?!
Great work, Zot (where's your cartoon? I kid.)You may have solved an eternal question on this type of poem: what to do with an odd number of letters (just carry on, it seems).Still, if I can inspire hockey poetry from readers, I think I'll consider my blogging career a smashing success.
Even though the stanzas are uneven, I think the trick is to have an even number of lines total. And here's my crappy cartoon to go along with my poem.
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