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  • How Comes the Poem

    as always
    the bizarre
    baffling from life into death
    the constant verse of being

    its volumes of illusions
    entering and vacating

    the invariable phases
    of light and dark
    the chapters of which

    when uttered on to paper
    bound into time

    by those caught
    in the gift of words
    a gathering of oddities

    out of step with
    the marching

    necessities of order
    from whence delivered

    beyond rule
    the poet
    born of imaginings
    into phrases of figment
    existing but on a simple pulse

    of passion
    love and the inevitable perception
    of the now
    liberty
    madness and the dream
    such is the trance
    the peculiarities

    of a noble unease
    in the angst of abstract
    the fleeting grasps
    of flair
    transcribed in

    outrageous translations
    for the soul to capture
    imprisoned
    tamed
    in the elusive chambers
    of the queuing quiet
    poised for rescue
    and released into the obscure

    phenomena of the mind
    where

    by the dream’s design
    the transient quirks of emotion
    hover over the solitudes

    of their seduction
    the creators
    cantankerous
    solitaries
    lingering
    in caffeine
    loneliness
    liquor and smoke
    yet as pure
    as patient

    as truth
    in the healing of the word
    we wait to welcome

    the beautiful chaos
    of the poem.

  • #2
    Multiple likes if I could. It is just so.

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    • Tony Grannell
      Tony Grannell commented
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      Hello RhymeLovingWriter, Thank you very much for the many likes, most kind of you. You are in fine health, I hope, Tony.

  • #3
    This is somewhat of a departure for you.

    A pleasant surprise.

    Several beautiful phrases.

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    • Tony Grannell
      Tony Grannell commented
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      Hello Dwayne, Yes, I went on a bit of an adventure and that I surprised you pleasantly, made the adventure worthwhile. Your words are very much appreciated. Fond regards, Tony.
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