Ryan Brodesser

Rookie - 130 Points (9/16/1994 / California)

Ryan Brodesser Poems

41. Halleluja! 3/1/2014
42. 9/11 3/1/2014
43. Prophecy For Character 3/1/2014
44. Prisoners Delimma 3/1/2014
45. The Welcome House 3/1/2014
46. Raiding Song 2/26/2014
47. The Holy War 2/26/2014
48. Hope 5/14/2014
49. Sky Filled Eyes 5/28/2014
50. Twas The Nerd Before Christmas 6/30/2014
51. God Is 7/11/2014
52. Blessed 8/12/2013
53. Jungle 8/12/2013
54. Fey Party 8/12/2013
55. 2 Headed Sword (Revenge) 8/7/2014
56. Clean And Sanitized. 9/17/2014
57. What Measure. 9/18/2014
58. Description Of A Graveyard (No Rythming) 9/24/2014
59. Descriptive Poem Arms/Wrist. 9/24/2014
60. Ships In The Night 2/16/2016
61. Darkthorn Town 4/23/2016
62. Parody Of Jack And Diane 8/10/2013
63. Gate Poem 8/12/2013
64. Death Row 8/11/2013
65. Riddle. 8/12/2013
66. Ode To Crayons 8/12/2013
67. War 9/29/2013
68. Double A, To The Tune Of ' Ballad Of The Green Berets, ' 8/12/2013
69. Farewell, Ship. 8/12/2013
70. Bard, Slayer Of Smaug 8/12/2013
71. Once Upon A Time, In Gotham City, (Parody) 9/12/2013
72. Warriors Journey 8/12/2013
73. Night Terrors 12/20/2014
74. Dantes Comedy. 8/12/2013
75. The Beast. 8/12/2013
76. Red Vines (Parody Of Red Red Wine By Neil Diamond) 7/15/2014
77. Godzilla 8/11/2013
78. Chesapeake Bay. 8/12/2013
79. Prophecy For Story Percy Jackson And The Olympians 3/1/2014
Best Poem of Ryan Brodesser

Prophecy For Story Percy Jackson And The Olympians

Hero saved from brothers mighty hand

you must decide where you stand

A daughter of Athena, lost without light

The choice you must make shall aid her in her plight

Make a choice and choose your quest

To decide which hero is the best of the best

A treachery, In the deepest deep

Shall awaken a menace from a millennium long sleep

Hero related to long lost legend from ages long gone

Ask yourself hero, this before the titans rising dawn

Will you be independent, a hero in oneself, or a pawn?

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Horns Across The Vale

A horn blows softly across the vale

Like a siren, it wails through hill and vale

The townsmen awake, and close their gate

To prepare for the storm they must await

Even in hours ere long before the light of day

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