Daily Journal #4 – “Jessica Valero Vs. Elissa Kwan Vs. Mika Mika Vs. Kytt (Elimination 4-Way)”

(Last Updated On: September 22, 2017)

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This is what I wrote for today from The World Of Wrestling

3 – Jessica Valero Vs. Elissa Kwan Vs. Mika Mika Vs. Kytt (Elimination 4-Way)

The fireworks went off in Indianapolis,
Three women were in the ring.
The announcers had just welcomed the world-wide audience,
And Supergirl’s Song began to sing.

Jessica entered to a thunderous ovation,
As The Season finale began,
She savored the moment, greeting at ringside,
Those rabid Supergirl fans.

But then she popped into the ring,
And in a flash the match started up.
All four girls throwing forearms,
As if fighting for the Stanley Cup.

Soon, Mika Mika was double-teamed,
And Kytt was tossed to the floor.
Mika Mika made her home in Japan,
And Kytt was from Sweden, up North.
Elissa was from Pittsburgh,
And was a wrestling machine.
Jessica and her had been friends before,
And their teamwork was pristine.

The announcers followed the action,
And proceeded to set the stage,
For the world-wide viewing audience,

Jerry Lane Jr.: “And we begin tonight fast paced!
Kytt has been tossed to the floor, She’s the one with blonde hair and blue gear.
Mika Mika is being hammered!”

Lenny The Gewch: “She’s the one with the nice rear!”

Jerry Lane Jr.: “Come on! Be professional, Lenny!
These women are amazing athletes!
Why Jessica’s a six time champion!”

Lenny: “Come on man, She’s obsolete!
Have you seen what Mika Mika can do?”

Jerry Lane Jr.: “She’s an excellent high-flyer for sure!
But she’s getting that nice rear handed to her,
So much for flying and allure!”

Jessica and Elissa continued their assault,
Upon the girl from Japan,
Meanwhile, Kytt pulled herself up by the apron,
And began devising a plan.

Lenny: “Look at Kytt being smart!
She can’t be eliminated out there!”

Jerry Lane Jr.: “Meanwhile Mika Mika is getting desperate.
She’s pulling Elissa’s hair!”

That was an major understatement
On the part the announcer team.
For Mika Mika had tied Elissa’s ponytail, To the tag-rope’s string!

The referee began admonishing Mika Mika,
Threatening her with a DQ.
Then she turned around and met-
A Superkick out of the blue!

Jerry Lane Jr.: “Superkick by Jessica Valero!
And she goes for the cover!”

Chanted the crowd-
And Mika Mika’s night was over.

But Jessica had no time to celebrate.
For Kytt made her presence known.
She’d snuck back in and rolled Jessica up
Jessica’s hopes had flown.

3!!! Chanted the crowd,
As Kytt had stolen the fall.
Jessica sat there astonished and dumbfounded.
She was positive she would stand tall.

The announcers quickly passed over the fact
That she had lost the match.
It was down to Kytt and Elissa.
Her time had now passed.

She exited the ring promptly,
And slowly walked to the back,
Dazed and confused were her expressions
With a little hint of sad.

Matches are always very fun to write but very challenging. I can write rhyming dialogue for ages. But actually choreographing something that makes sense to the reader, and rhymes? Super hard!

I feel really bad for Jessica in this one. She’s a veteran wrestler coming back from a serious injury and political scandal with her former boss, only to lose to the pretty new girl who couldn’t shine her boots in a normal 1 on 1 match ever! Time will tell how she handles this bad hand.

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Joshua David Ling
Joshua David Ling is a lifelong storyteller with a passion for adventurous and heart-warming stories. His style has been called a combination of Joss Whedon and Hans Christian Andersen. He has written hundreds of rhyming stories and serials since he began his publishing company, Rhyme And Space in 2014. And he has been involved with public speaking, entertainment, and storytelling since 2001 at the age of 11. Growing up in Alpharetta, GA, Joshua was homeschooled by his mother and father, and helped homeschool his 4 siblings. He currently resides in Augusta, GA, with his wife Kay Cee and Daughter Hazel, where he maintains a rigorous writing schedule, social media presence, and partnership with Fellowship And Fairydust blog and magazine. Joshua is available for: Performances and Public Speaking, Freelance writing, Freelance Graphics and Media, and more.

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