A poem introspecting the inward journey in pursuit of time!
a sense to the thoughts
vocabulary to ideas
and after beckoning the lexis
into a festoon of verse
it’s calm. Perfect tranquility.
I walk bare foot in the peace
of the personal self.
What an inward voyage is it?
A journey in pursuit of time!
Congregating pointed and touching words
my poetry comes effortless and intrepid.
Churned up, liberal, free-thinking.
But not infringing ties with truth, the sun.
Rhymes and calculations cannot encumber
the ashen vastness of plain papers its domain!
Meaning to the thoughts and
language to the meanings
in green letters disembark
the white insurrection.
This non-stop sport of hide-and-seek
with the Muse seizes rhythm.
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