# What am I? (ft. cool poems)

Without me,
There would be no vowel.
Though consonants would exist,
The alphabet thrown in the bowel.
But, now, another problem occurs,
For bowels exist not,
When, Death, I am yours.

But, worry not,
For without me there is no person.
And surely, nobody would be foolish enough,
To remove themselves from their thought.

What am I?

Going off Rubio, are you

the letter E?

Without me,
There would be no vowel.


vowel needs an E

Though consonants would exist,


the letter E is not in the word "consonants"

The alphabet thrown in the bowel.


The alphabet wouldn't be complete without the E.

But, now, another problem occurs,
For bowels exist not,
When, Death, I am yours.


bowels has the letter E, and Death does too.

But, worry not,
For without me there is no person.


person also needs an E.

And surely, nobody would be foolish enough,
To remove themselves from their thought.


maybe people wouldn't be foolish enough to remove "themselves" from "their thought" because there isn't a string of "themselves" in it?

I don't know what the title means though

• Your fourth spoiler wasn’t changed from Rubio’s, I think... – El-Guest Jul 22 '19 at 2:48
• Yeah but can you rethink the fourth spoiler before I accept? – Voldemort's Wrath Jul 22 '19 at 2:55
• what about now? – PotatoLatte Jul 22 '19 at 14:11
• I meant the one under "The alphabet thrown..." This is correct, though, so I'll go ahead and accept anyways... – Voldemort's Wrath Jul 22 '19 at 15:40

You are

the letter O.

Without me,
There would be no vowel.


vowel needs an O.

Though consonants would exist,


O is not a consonant, so they're not affected

The alphabet thrown in the bowel.


The alphabet wouldn't be complete without the O.

But, now, another problem occurs,
For bowels exist not,
When, Death, I am yours.


bowels also need an O.

But, worry not,
For without me there is no person.


person also needs an O.

And surely, nobody would be foolish enough,
To remove me from their thought.


thought also needs an O.

Also,

every line in this poem contains at least one O.
Cool poems need Os, and this one wouldn't exist without them.

• I didn't think about that last part, nor the second-to-last one... You're sort of thinking on the right lines (+1), but it's not correct... – Voldemort's Wrath Jul 22 '19 at 0:16
• Also, I noticed that I had made a small typo, so check the updated poem and try again... – Voldemort's Wrath Jul 22 '19 at 0:18