Contest Vote For 5-7-5 guns.
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|6 votes||Once I owned a gun... by royowen|
|5 votes||A Blast by janalma|
|5 votes||Evening The Odds by JDRBAR|
|4 votes||Democracy? by rjuselius|
|4 votes||The Keeper Of The Night by Kacie Evans|
|3 votes||Hunters, Heroes and Predators by BluZiggy|
|3 votes||Why? by jenintorre|
|2 votes||A Ladies Piece by Beck.fenton|
|2 votes||Sitting Duck by Octavia|
|2 votes||Guns Are Bad by Debbie Pope|
|2 votes||Gun-Free Zones by BeasPeas|
|1 Vote||Some Guns vs. Life! by Mary Hollingsworth|
|1 Vote||Guns by peculiar2011|
|1 Vote||haiku (madness) by Wendy Aune|
|No Votes||2001 an ideology oddessy by The Elf|
Comments For The Keeper Of The Night by Kacie Evans
This one is so true for millions of people around the world. It's something that we are forced to do in order to protect the only thing that really matters, our families. I hope you win the contest...
Comments For Why? by jenintorre
I do believe the companies that think up things for little boys to play with should be diverse and not just the toy guns. War games, hunting etc surely isn't the only thing that our precious males can do ...
Comments For A Ladies Piece by Beck.fenton
Good poem, but I'm not so sure about Granny
The highest shelf must have been low, or Granny was very tall. And too mean to feed a tramp.
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