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Rated: E · Poetry · Comedy · #2241522
Literary analysis of life
When I consider my life in chapters,
I hardly view it as a perfect book.
There are plot holes, disappointing plots,
even random side plots that lead to absolutely nowhere.
Time is spent developing characters that seem
to simply walk right in and then out
of the story with little to no character development
or impact to the main character’s life.
The author seems to not hold the life of the
protagonist in high regard whatsoever. Either that or he simply
wants to see just how much his one character
can take. There are far too many plot twists
that may be entertaining to a reader, but are
quite exhausting to the person living this tale.
Perhaps a more steady storyline that’s a little more
even-keeled might be in order for the rewrite?

Yours truly, your protagonist.

Written for "Promptly Poetry Challenge week 25
Prompt: include these words:

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