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This is a poem about me meeting people in a chat room and how I found some very special friends.

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Ode To A Chatroom

One day I decided to get on the net,
I thought a chat room would be my best bet.
I saw names and words come up from where
I knew not.
I soon took a chance and had a nice thought,
Could I do this, it looked really neat.
I saw names on the screen that started with sweet,
sweet smiles, Jo, and Smokey were there too,
And then I saw it, "Oh, yes, we're talking to you,
come on in and chat for awhile. "
And when I did I started to smile.
I saw Chuckie and Robbie and soon I was friends
with quite a few people by the days end.
And after awhile they called me their friend.
Sometimes I come in and my friends are not there,
But I'll go back again because I know that they care.
Some live in the states and some do not,

But they always know when I need to talk.
I am so glad I took the leap and went into the
chat room where friends are so neat.

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Good, its bright and has a nice use of ryming I used that style on a few of my pieces. It also has a nice flow to it even at the end that some poems I read lack. 3/5 good job. ((forgive spelling errors if any have a way with words, but not with spelling them. Also I relise that this is not a critique as it says above but I know I like to have some input on my works so I hope you dont mind))
Mary Beth
This poem reminded me of my friendship with my friend Allicia. She lives in Nebraska, and I live in NJ! We email eachother a lot and tell eachother about cool sites
Hi I thought ur poem is so true.
I liked the poem. It describes so well how many friends I have found in the chatrooms I have visited
two thumbs up!
thanks 4 the words i was huntin 4 my chat friend!
I couldn't have said it any better, how very true
thank you for the words i wanted to say to my chat room friends!!
so very true!
This poem tells it all. It is beautiful. And well writen from the heart.
it was very good
The words of this poem made my dull day brighten up I had a bad day so I came here to smile this is my special place when I have a bad day I come and sit here and read read read all day
summed it all up..I loved it. made me smile.

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