Al Gore Nobel Poet???

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    Al Gore poetry, from his latest book Choosing to choose, or one choice for all, or choices are for choosers, or whatever the hell he called it.

    This is no joke, you can't make this tripe up - this is Al Gore poetry folks...



    One thin September soon
    A floating continent disappears
    In midnight sun

    Vapors rise as
    Fever settles on an acid sea
    Neptune's bones dissolve

    Snow glides from the mountain
    Ice fathers floods for a season
    A hard rain comes quickly

    Then dirt is parched
    Kindling is placed in the forest
    For the lightning's celebration

    Unknown creatures
    Take their leave, unmourned
    Horsemen ready their stirrups

    Passion seeks heroes and friends
    The bell of the city
    On the hill is rung

    The shepherd cries
    The hour of choosing has arrived
    Here are your tools.


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    Global Warming

    The world cannot argue for itself
    The seas and lakes cannot say stop
    The air cannot use a ventilator
    A dying tree cannot see a doctor
    Buffaloes wolves and bears disappear
    Indians cannot return to hunt
    Cleanup has little glory
    There is no money in air
    Buffaloes wolves and bears disappear
    And myriad living things die
    There used to be snakes
    The child sees none today
    Does it matter that things change
    The pond contains no living thing
    Does it matter that things change
    The world cannot hold life accountable
    Life will not return where it is not wanted.
     
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    Geeze.. what a complete dipshit that poor guy is. A total bore. If not for the fraud he's been pushing, I'd feel sorry for his lame ass.
     
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    Maybe William Shatner could do these poems justice.
     
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    Water recede down
    Hill fast, swoosh
    donde es
    El Agua?
     
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    Choosing Write? by Charles Stucker

    If only I could write,
    Something just as trite,
    And equally untrue,
    To the bank I'd rue.

    If only I could make,
    A movie of our stake,
    And then awards all fell,
    from Oscar and Nobel.

    If only that's the rub,
    Goes right down to the nub,
    I can't make a mill,
    Cause my hand's not in the till.


    Permission to freely reproduce without change and credit given
    (What the heck this drivel only took five minutes to write)
     

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