How Many Times

Riddle written by Freeman on Friday 29, September %20

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Just a question

Overall Rating: 89.225%

This writing has been rated by 8 members, resulting in a rating of 89.225% overall. Below is a breakdown of these results:

Concept/Plot:92.25%
Imagery:80.5%
Spelling & Grammar:92.125%
Flow/Rhythm:90.375%
Vocabulary:90.875%
How many times did you say I was the only one How many times did you mess me around How many times did you play your game How many times did you say he was only a friend How many times did you use me How many times did you lie to me How many times was it
   

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  • I can relate to this *looks at hated person* so I give the plot 100. I give the imagery 100 because there wasn't much and it really shouldn't matter. flow/rythem is 100, spelling 100, and vocabulary gets a 100 since there were different words with same meanings. Now you have a 100% writer score.
    - July 28 2007 06:36:30
    • This feels a bit more like a poem or prose than a riddle. I'd be tempted to ask what the answer to the riddle is! But, I liked this. I've been in a situation much like this and I felt the same way.
      - May 11 2008 17:59:33
      • none? Wink
        - June 07 2009 16:50:15
        • I really like the lack of punctuation. It gives the effect that you're not really asking, or even saying, as much as simply emoting or maybe just feeling.
          - May 08 2011 14:02:25
          • Yes I have to agree with Mythbhavd that I guess this one looks like a poem than a riddle. but still, I like the way you pour your feeling into your work. i can also relate my experience with this riddle. good job!
            - December 03 2016 06:30:00