BtVS#11 INVISIBLE GIRL (for Tea Time in
Rhetorical Verse (in Shakespearean
sonnet form) about BtVS#11 "INVISIBLE
Posted by: forensicpopouri - Apr 15, 2002, 10:14
BRINGS US TO OUR BUFFY
Already shown in BOLD-CAPS
the message written by the girl
-- "in code,"
thought Willow -- but
quite plain for you and me.
We in the
audience have seen her past.
The girl who
only sought to bring her soul
communion found herself out-caste
"mean-girls" hold the damned remote-control . .
. . . of school-wide ratings of who's
in and out.
The writers stacked her deck to
make it worse.
Not even teachers saw her
high hand shout,
"oh please just call on
me." It was her curse . . .
. . .
to end up in a ep. with no bad vamp:
someone must play loser to our
(4) AND SO ANOTHER "CRAZY
transmitted to a world that
"knows it cold."
The ones who suffer, each
sad one who fails
to find their place in
high school, so we're told . . .
. . .
is just one step from slaughter and
You mix that angst with
Hellmouth, and watch out!
everywhere, we'll keep an eye on them.
NOW THE TWIST, some F.B. "Eyes" with clout . .
. . . jumped in the ring when
Buffy'd won the match,
the challenger to where she'd LEARN
to be a
useful citizen. The catch?
powers that be" know schools will always turn . .
. . . a few kids into killers we
They hate. They kill.
PART 3 continues at
forensicpopouri - Apr 15, 2002, 10:26
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