Quake, The Universe, and Everything: Limericks

Limericks What are Limericks? Limericks are a structured form of poetry that have been around for hundreds of years, especially popular in Western Europe. They often contain plenty of dirty words and phrases; I don't think that those will be particularly relevant to Quake. Ok, So Tell Me About Limericks. Unlike haiku, limericks have titles. …

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Quaiku: haiku about Quake

Quaiku: haiku about Quake Submit your Quake Haiku HERE!  But PLEASE, read the below instructions first. Click here for each month's best haiku, as determined by me. What is Haiku? Haiku is an ancient Japanese poetry style that was frequently used to bring the beauty of nature into a precise, simple form. Each haiku consists of …

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Quake Poem to an Unknown Friend by Gorebag the Lost

To An Unknown Friend The level was simple, The layout was clear; Bring the enemy flag From their base to here. So with armor and life, And a few mirv grenades, I dove past a sniper Their base to invade. My snipers had kept All their snipers suppressed; It looked like their defense Had taken …

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