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The song’s chorus resonated through my head–poison i-i-i-i-vy, poison ivy, but I couldn’t recall all the words. something about gitcha–itcha? How did it go???
By Pat on 06.29.2009
Reminds me of poison ivy, from batman. although that particular batman movie was HORRIBLE, as we all remember. I LOVED the Dark Knight and Batman Begins though, here’s hoping they don’t screw it up if they decide to make a third “new” Batman.
I was at Six Flags on Saturday… lots of comic themes there. We got stuck on the roller coaster named the “Batwing” then I tweeted about it and the girl running the ride is now following me on Twitter. Go figure.
By Alex on 06.29.2009
and it grows tall and windy and the leaves distinctive and green. Sometimes these are highlighted with white. top of the line high class stand out like the white of the green leaves.
By marie on 06.29.2009
The long vines trailed across the walls of the oldd, derilect house. Once a place of happiness and wonder, the family moved out one by one, leaving it to be ravaged by time and the elements. Before long, the ivy, and the earth would reclaim that house, and all would be one.
By Frank J Bortone on 06.29.2009
to get into an ivy league school, uyou need good behavior, academic excellence, drive and determination. most likely youll also need to have a great deal of money. Ivy league schools are not cheap.
By cici on 06.29.2009
ivy vines were
the house with
needing the space for
where did we put the
By Jenealia on 06.29.2009
By hioly on 06.29.2009
The ivy was growing up the side of the building in the most mysterious way. As I came closer I started to feel as though someone may be watching, but I couldn’t see anything through the thick vines. Was this watchful eye friendly
By Casey on 06.29.2009
when it became darker and darker the ivy slowly came out because now it did no longer have to hide from all the beautiful flowers and the green stupid grass. now it could be itself.
By Anna on 06.29.2009
my heart is filling
like ivy, it grows
yet, i feel light
like i’ll float away
im filled with your helium
By jessica on 06.29.2009
You wrap yourself around me; like the ivy that creeps upon unsuspectingly, tying me down, holding me in.
And somehow, I find myself wanting you.
But am I just another wall for you to rest on, oh faithless root.
By Evan on 06.29.2009
Of course it crawls on things, makes them beautiful. It’s pleasing, but superficial. I always seem to forget the structural damage Ivy, like women, does.
By Kirk Bigger on 06.29.2009
Ivy league colleges must be great, because students are crazy about them. Or is it parent who are crazier about them? What are the real reasons for Ivy league colleges’ success? Can we boil them down to a few key factors?
By Anish on 06.29.2009