The Saint's Creed

Poem written by EveOfRevolution on Thursday 10, May 2007

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This is a structured poem, a pantoum, where the lines are repeated throughout the piece.

Overall Rating: 92.15%

This writing has been rated by 4 members, resulting in a rating of 92.15% overall. Below is a breakdown of these results:

Concept/Plot:92.5%
Imagery:90%
Spelling & Grammar:97.5%
Flow/Rhythm:90%
Vocabulary:90.75%
At the end of all things I surpass the limits of mortality I hope to change the world A promise made will be kept I surpass the limits of mortality Vengeance takes its toll A promise made will be kept The acceptance of fate Vengeance takes its toll Justice rains down from the heavens The acceptance of fate I will die for these sins Justice rains down from the heavens I hope to change the world I will die for these sins At the end of all things
   

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    Nice. Perhaps you should write an introduction to this poetic structure in the forums. Explain how to compose it and give a link to this poem. People are always looking for new writing experiences. Smile
    Neat structure.