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Christmas Poem Contest

 

Here's a small contest for the holiday season. As you are all probably aware of it now, there are a couple types of Santa boxes available for purchase in the Premium Store. As luck has it, I've got a few to give away to you guys. So what we're going to do is the following.

We're going to do a set of fun Christmas giveaways. The idea is to give everyone the chance to participate, and hopefully win something!

 

 

Here's what you do:

1. Write up a Christmas and ship themed poem.

2. The poem should be between 4-12 lines.

3. The poem is to be written in English, since this is the English section.

4. You may be as creative as you like, but please keep it clean, no racism, profanity, or the such.

 

As the main prize we have  1 huge Santa box for each winner. There are also lots of smaller prizes.

Depending on the entries there might be many, or fewer winners.

 

 

Please also tell me whether you've won in any giveaways of other Contributors, due to the nature of the codes you might not be able to use it otherwise.

 

 

Happy Holidays!

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Twas the night before shipmas,

And all silent the horns fell,

Till the night bore a sound,

All loud and swell.

 

A boom as loud as thunder,

Flew across the ground,

Till all comrades realised,

All was not safe and sound.

 

The great bells pealed,

signalling a torpedo warning,

and people pressed +f,

and dispersed in mourning.

 

- Haris

:)

 

Haven't won anything btw.

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Silent eve across the seas

The stars are shining bright

Snowflakes coming with the breeze

Covering the deck in white

 

The outlook freezing in his nest

He spots a movement below the skies

There will be no alarm tonight

On the horizon it's only Captain Bad Advice :cap_happy:

 

They pass each other miles away

Both crews celebrating in delight

Tomorrow will be christmas day

No need to start a fight

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2 hours ago, Kruude_BB said:

im not a Sándor Petőfi as i earlier said... but its fit the theme so i hope its not problem...

https://imgur.com/TSCRgum

That is not necessarily what I meant :cap_cool:

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Instantaneously, the crew awoke-

The barrage of whistling molten rain

Plummeted whilst clusters of explosions

Sent the crew into a mild frenzy of pain

 

The crew, however, steeled their fixed

Countenance and carried their duty taken.

But upon settling on their quiet stations

Saw a glimmer far away. Are they mistaken?

 

A gentle light illuminated the path

For the crew that followed the trail

The glow of the smiles at home

Led them- it's their only Christmas tale!

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Frosty days with ice-cold nights,
Frosty-Fir camo's, adorned with lights,
Sound of heavy gunfire through the snow,
That was Christmas some decades ago.

 

Men manning the rail,  tough and with pedigree,
the tampions polished like an intricate filigree,
The Navy really did put on one mighty show,
All part of Christmas, not that long ago.

 

Hasty footsteps trotting over the gangway,
"Radar contact! Hard to starboard, right away!",
Silver fishes right on track, and then a mighty blow,
Tales of Christmas, a while ago.

 

Starry nights, an empty sea, cold and blue,
The old friends floating around in oily residue,
Cold and alone in the freezing spray,

Thinking of Christmas, as they slowly drift away.

 

 

 

 

 

(already won 2 small containers via Strefs himself, which were directly credited to my account, not via a code).

 

 

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As with the Christmas tree contest, we'll end this contest at 0:00 tomorrow at midnight!

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I don't know if this contest is still open, and it's last minute but I still wanted to drop my poem here.

 

There once was a ship, his name was Steve,

And if there was 1 thing he liked it was christmas eve,

During December he was always hoping with glee,

To get some Frost fir tree,

 

And on Christmas eve he was opening allot of crates

Along with some of his best mates,
And suddenly everyone got filled with awe,

Cause little Steve got an amazing Alabama

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Christmas has come!
Have you got your ships?
Ready up your crews!
It's time to set sail,
Sometimes the horn goes off,
This yubari though, it has dubstep lmao,
Many ships gave up when the bells rung,
And many prizes were won,
Sometimes you lose but you just have to keep calm and carry on. ;)

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Right, like with the Christmas tree contest, we'll be closing today.

After thorough thought-giving, I have decided to nominate a couple of the poems for first place.

First place, 1 Huge container goes to:

ENBFrostburn

MrFingers

Egoleter

Second places:

HarristheBoss

tijmen10

Admiral_qwert (due to having won in the christmas tree contest, you'll be receiving a small box instead)

Special Award to Kruude_BB for creativity: one small container.

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Prizes Sent out, please check your inboxes!

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