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My Turn

by Amanda Carroll (Age: 26)
copyright 11-28-2004

Age Rating: 10 +

Turn the tables.
Turn the scales.
Turn up your nose-
I won't turn tail.

Turn your back
And turn away.
Turn me down and against,
In another way.

Turn your blinded eye
And deafened ear.
Turn a new leaf
Before you spear.

Turn more turtle.
Turn more cheek.
At every turn,
My turn, I seek.

Turn to your last resort,
Turn back and again.
You'll turn into
The beast within.

As all turns out,
A lesson's learned-
So this will end
My final turn.

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        01-27-2006     Anne-marie Hewlett        

I love the flow of it, how you repeat the word turn. Good job

        11-29-2004     SamiJo Mcquiston        

I really like the message.
The rhyming is perfect, but in you second stanza, take out the word against, it interupts your flow.
Ofcourse you don't have to, it's just a suggestion.
Keep up the good work.

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