Because I'm still feeling creative on the tails of Game Chef and I'm heading to Norway later this year, I thought I'm try one of those Norwegian style poem/games. Here it is. Pretty easy to make. I urge everyone to make a role-playing poem and post it here.
Children Monks: A role-playing poem
A game for 6 to 10 people.
You play holy reincarnated monks as children found by the monastery and destined to become great leaders. Children will be children. To break you of your childhood, the master monks have given you a plate of peas to count while blindfolded. You'll spend the day counting peas in order to break you of your childhood.
Set-up: Get a timer that ticks and set it for 15 minutes. For each player, fill a bowl full of dried beans, peas, or something like that and give it to them, and wrap a blindfold around their eyes. Wrap them in a blanket made to look like a robe. Sit the players on the floor, cross legged, in a circle.
To play, for fifteen minutes the players must loudly hum “Ohm Ohm Ohm Ohm,” and throw peas at each other. When a player's plate is empty of peas, they must feel around on the ground for peas to throw. At no point may the players stop humming “Ohm Ohm Ohm Ohm.” If a player has to converse while looking for peas, the player may vary the pitch and sound of the "Ohm Ohm Ohm Ohm."
Once fifteen minutes is up and the alarm goes off, the players stop exactly where they are and someone removes the blindfold. You are now enlightened.