Summoner Name: Noob Gamer, Pro Poet

Roses are red,

My turrent is blue,

I may be just at Level 6

But I know how to use my Q

And my E, W and ulti

But people judge me because I main Teemo,

I can’t help it – he’s such a cutie!

I may not be pro like Doublelift

But I want to AD Carry just like him.

I am not the best at tank

And for now I can’t gank,

But I can write about it, you see.

It’s all about the weird experience,

A smile on my face when I type GG.


  • KJ.G


I think I mentioned to you all before that most of my poetry comes from the heart, and lately even though I’ve been immersed in Emerson and Wordsworth again, for some reason I spontaneously made this because I’ve been watching League of Legends tutorials on Youtube again. Hey, the little Novice needs to get better here! 🙂

I haven’t made a blog post about a game in a bit, I think the last one I did was with Unravel (link here!). I might do that again sometime. But back to Rigg’s “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” if I’m not, you know, being pulverised on Summoner’s Rift in League that is. It’s a really good book! I almost missed my stop at the train on the way to work once because of it. So if you’re looking for a good book, try that!

(Also, I kind of love how my blog has this pretty chic design and then here is a random League poem. Perfection.)


The Little Novice

3 thoughts on “Summoner Name: Noob Gamer, Pro Poet

  1. Your blog is so lovely and happy, I love it!
    That’s why I tagged you for the happiness tag just recently. If you’re interested you can go check out the rules on my blog! (:

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