The Opposite Of A Poet

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A bit of a late night experiment so please don't judge too harshly! Back to normal next time...

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The opposite of a poet never stands idly by.

 

The opposite of a poet always has something to say.

 

The opposite of a poet loves a good turn of phrase.

 

The opposite of a poet knows the difference between right and wrong.

 

The opposite of a poet gets more done by six than most people do everyday.

 

The opposite of a poet never plays second fiddle.

 

The opposite of a poet has got his eye on tomorrow’s news.

 

The opposite of a poet has got friends in high places.

 

The opposite of a poet is big business.

 

The opposite of a poet has his eye on the optics.

 

The opposite of a poet believes in the trickle down effect.

 

The opposite of a poet wants to cut you in on the deal.

 

The opposite of a poet is a born winner

 

The opposite of a poet believes in work work work.

 

The opposite of a poet is a heavyweight.

 

The opposite of a poet is boxing clever.

 

The opposite of a poet loves luxury living.

 

The opposite of a poet believes in cheaper faster better.

 

The opposite of a poet is the best thing since sliced bread!

 

The opposite of a poet has deep pockets.

 

The opposite of a poet never thinks small.

 

The opposite of a poet thinks like a champion.

 

The opposite of a poet walks the walk and talks the talk.

 

The opposite of a poet loves feeling the wind through his hair...

 

The opposite of a poet is both the elephant and the room.

 

The opposite of a poet wants to arm wrestle you.

 

The opposite of a poet always has a good excuse.

 

The opposite of a poet believes in an eye for an eye.

 

The opposite of a poet draws his own conclusions.

 

The opposite of a poet wakes up at night to Google his own name.

 

The opposite of a poet loves history, especially his own.

 

The opposite of a poet doesn't need expert opinion.

 

The opposite of a poet has many credible sources.

 

The opposite of a poet wants to travel back in time. Any year before 1865.

 

The opposite of a poet loves a good cliche.

 

The opposite of a poet loves beating on a dead horse.

 

The opposite of a poet once drove a camel through the eye of a needle.

 

The opposite of a poet loves a joke.

 

The opposite of a poet thinks execution was an efficient way to get ahead.

 

The opposite of a poet has no time for evil. He’ll drop a bomb on it from here.

 

The opposite of a poet takes ketchup on everything.

 

The opposite of a poet wants to build a wall around you.

 

The opposite of a poet thinks everything is for sale.

 

The opposite of a poet is pushing his slogan down your throat.

 

The opposite of a poet has got tremendous respect for women. He hasn't molested one in years.

 

The opposite of a poet is bringing back the inquisition.

 

The opposite of a poet is a ball buster.

 

The opposite of a poet is a deal maker.

 

The opposite of a poet is a pussy grabber.

 

The opposite of a poet is a mover and shaker.

 

The opposite of the poet says he’s here to stay.

 

The opposite of a poet is flirting with you.

 

The opposite of a poet is a goodfella.

 

The opposite of a poet is a great, great guy

 

The opposite of a poet has plans to rule the world.


The opposite of a poet has put the ball in your court.

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Martin Elder

Tue 6th Jun 2017 23:11

I love this Tom, particularly the line
'once drove a camel through the eye of a needle'

It is great to turn ideas on their head. great sense of expression her
Fab

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raypool

Tue 6th Jun 2017 20:08

Different approach from your usual pensive self Tom. All string to your bow. This seems to be the division of masculine and feminine in the psyche, crikey! (and how ridiculous are the artificial divisions thus thrown up).
I read somewhere once that the world is heating up due to the predominance of masculinity in mass thinking. (Gulp)

Ray

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Wolfgar Miere

Tue 6th Jun 2017 08:08

Hi Tom,

all good stuff, thought provoking. The opposite of a poet would never read this.

David.

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suki spangles

Tue 6th Jun 2017 04:24

Hi Tom,

There's nothing wrong at all with this kind of semi stream of consciousness poetry. Sometimes it can be fun, especially when humour and irony are thrown into the mix.

Thanks for sharing.

Suki

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