Instigator / Pro
Points: 15

Poetry debate

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After 3 votes the winner is ...
WaterPhoenix
Debate details
Publication date
Last update
Category
Art
Time for argument
Three days
Voting system
Open voting
Voting period
Two weeks
Point system
Four points
Rating mode
Rated
Characters per argument
10,000
Contender / Con
Points: 21
Description
With me being a poet, this idea came up in my mind to have a debate like this. Me and my opponent will both write poems in each of our rounds. It can be about anything, just make it stand out. The voters will choose and analyze which person had the better poems. Serious poets only
Round 1
Published:
Title: Prologue

Poetic prophecies partake like pass-over providing powerful pictures

Particular poets post profound poetry pillars putting proper props to pens

Persuading people's perspectives proves this power pledges pattern-less pieces

Please practice peeping prolific potent poems that are postured to the point that preaches peace

Prayer progression possessing passion preventing or professing passage protesting political pessimist

Personal path in protecting my prone to my penmanship
Published:
Title: End

The end is unavoidable

The choices we make unescapable

The end is made out to always be at a happy place

But we know that is not the case

Yet still, are we here waiting for the end

Yet still, are we here waiting for the beginning to descend



The End

Round 2
Published:
Title: Out of sight, out of mind

Obligation of obedience orchestrates an obvious originality on oneself like opiums

Objectives orally opening optics to oppressive organizations

Objecting occupations of ominous orders is often overlooked

Orators like ovens; never overcooked

Offering to the omnipotent one originates opportunity overcoming obstacles and obscurities

Oceans opens outstanding oracles ordering oxygen to my overviews organically from the outlet 
Published:
The Tide:

The tide comes and goes

Like things that we have contrived

But won't see again
Round 3
Published:
Title: Encompass 

Extraordinarily exhaling energy through emeralds enchanting everyone electrically

Empowering the exercise of equality, eloquently emphasizing existence enables elevation

Ears experience education and emotions experience excitement

Encouraging everlasting enlightenment, executes eagle-like elements

Engravings equals excellence, egos entrusting emancipation evolving to an evening's entertainment; exchanging so evenly we're eye to eye

Establishing effortless easygoing efficient enjoyment engaging on Earth
Published:
Compass:

There once was a compass that broke

It was fixed by a chubby old bloke

The compass got him lost

And his fingers turned to frost

Then he stomped and he stomped until it started making smoke

Round 4
Published:
Title: Tenacious 

Transcending therapeutic text through telekinesis to train my techniques

Thesis though; technology teaches teenage tendencies

Take time to treasure them cause technically, time's a treasure

Today, tonight, tomorrow's tactics testify the tester, theorize the taste of triumph, the taste of tribulation

The two tie in to translate tranquility to tons torn between the trinity or trickery in trust, tell a tale that's timeless to the tongues

As you can tell from round 1 down to the last round here, follow the letters and they spell POET, and that is what I am. Thanks for your time.
Published:
Water

Water can be anything

It can be still as a stone or as powerful as a storm

It can be shaped into everything

Or into something without form

It can take the form of an ocean

Endless as can be

Rolling on and on in perpetual motion

Showing us things we can't see

It takes the form of waves with foam oh so white

Basking in the light from the flaring sun

Reflecting it's beautiful light

In magnificent beauty rivaled by none

For water's beauty is unparalleled

Its power cannot be quelled


As you can see my poems followed formats such as limericks, haikus, and Shakespearean sonnets, and from the round one down to here I typed all of these on the spot did not copy and paste any of them. I hope you recognize I am the better poet and would like to thank Average12 for instigating this debate.








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--> @Club
Just kidding
Instigator
#18
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--> @Club
Oh ok well u have some common sense. Well all i have is alliteration for the time being. Vote me as winner or I'll report you
Instigator
#17
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--> @Average12
Ok, I agree with you on the vocabulary and the extra fluff, but you need to improve the rhythm and flow. I would've gave you the win if you didn't just do alliteration.
#16
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--> @Club
Yeah he did different things but the poems were not good. So he wins based off of different things. you are a retard. I did the same style effortlessly and won and what I have done is really hard to do. like i said sympathy vote
Instigator
#15
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--> @Average12
Yeah that's haiku, different things
#14
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--> @Club
So in your head I lost to someone who said "The Tide:
The tide comes and goes
Like things that we have contrived
But won't see again"
............lmfao compare that to everything I said. Better rhythm???? Thats hilarious. Your opinion tho
Instigator
#13
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--> @Average12
I have reported you.
If youre gonna expose me do it right. You didn't even get all of my message. Put the part where I said I lost to someone who spelled inexcusable wrong. Yeah you know I was telling the truth and you have no response to that or even put that here. Proves my point
This shows indirect consent to use PM doxing.
#12
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AVERAGE12
Stop multiaccouting with"clout02" And you can't say if one has a bad taste in poetry, you literally just alliterated with barely any rhythm. You had no style whatsoever, you're writing basically 5th grade poem books, which no one likes. WP is on a different higher level. Stop being salty, and wait for me to report you for multiaccounting and harassing me for my vote.
#11
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If youre gonna expose me do it right. You didn't even get all of my message. Put the part where I said I lost to someone who spelled inexcusable wrong. Yeah you know I was telling the truth and you have no response to that or even put that here. Proves my point
Instigator
#10
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Shut up. I didn't lose I obviously won you just have shit taste in poetry and went with a sympathy vote
Instigator
#9
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--> @Average12
So how does it feel being exposed for being a sore loser?
#8
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"Yeah I had alliterations but they were complex and amazing. You're really saying he had better poems and flow? Look at my vocabulary compared to his. You people on this site ain't shit. Learn how to vote"
DIRECTLY COPIED FROM MY PM's from AVERAGE12
Bad Conduct right there!
#7
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--> @Average12
Ok Ok
Contender
#6
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--> @WaterPhoenix
Im sorry buddy thats all I have for the time being. In the future I will do my other types of poems. But these are my personal favorites so I'll do it on here
Instigator
#5
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--> @Average12
Mate, do something besides alliteration.
Contender
#4
#3
Criterion Pro Tie Con Points
Better arguments 3 points
Better sources 2 points
Better spelling and grammar 1 point
Better conduct 1 point
Reason:
I'm going to have to give the point to con. Con had different flows and forms of poetry, but I guess alliteration is hard too.
#2
Criterion Pro Tie Con Points
Better arguments 3 points
Better sources 2 points
Better spelling and grammar 1 point
Better conduct 1 point
Reason:
Yeet
#1
Criterion Pro Tie Con Points
Better arguments 3 points
Better sources 2 points
Better spelling and grammar 1 point
Better conduct 1 point
Reason:
WP did a variety of poems, with better flow, and Pro literally just alliterated.