A poem

Timofey

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"i look it too the face of pain, closer with each conquest gained .
i hope to find a city that does matter, with each tt that the horde does splatter.
as they have pushed it bit by bit, so now we squash them only leaving teddy" - by rapnoiz
 
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Occult40

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The Horde? I thought you were SPQR? I'm all confused now.
 

Timofey

Guest
You clearly missed "by rapnoiz" part not to mention the quotes
 
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BasilBarfly

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"i look it too the face of pain, closer with each conquest gained .
i hope to find a city that does matter, with each tt that the horde does splatter.
as they have pushed it bit by bit, so now we squash them only leaving teddy sh*t" - by rapnoiz
My oh my a poem from rapnoiz
to give some wind to his girls and boys
about how The Horde and going to take
cities of the Teddies, glory to make

But how can this little alliance boast
of how many cities of the teddies it will toast
Almost as many players as Tiny Teddies has got
and to make them strong they throw in with the S.P.Q.R. lot

Now will they merge into an alliance of one
and claim how good their new alliance is run
With the pacts to the The HORDE, 9 alliances thus far
They cried a poem of hope to Timofey of S.P.Q.R.

Basil
There were no teddies hurt in the making of The Hordes poem...
 

exile192837465

Phrourach
The HORDE think they'll win this war,
But TT's slings will soon knock on their front door,
SPQR and The HORDE will take on TT,
But who shall the winner be?


Not half as good as Basil's poems but I figured I'd give it a shot. Tried to write in a way that didn't show who I thought was going to win. Didn't want to offend anyone because Timofey is on good terms with one of my friends and TT just stopped farming me. Don't want to ruin either of those things. I was fine with the farming attacks only before because it gave me BP and now I have enough to take 2 more cities when I'm ready.
 

DeletedUser23516

Guest
Yeah, not the same as basil. Then again, nobody writes poems like basil