Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Poetic Interlude



Verse for Heart and Mind...both!





A poet who reads his verse in public may have other nasty habits. 

--Robert Heinlein 
(Time Enough for Love, 1978)

irrational-Me, meet rational-Me
until Death do us part may we Live in internal synchronicity I conjecture absence of evidence is evidence for the need of a refined hypothesis i Imagine a world that cannot exist infuse it with whipped dreams then write it tRue




4 comments:

  1. Poetry heals wounds
    Reason inflicts, poet claims ...
    Probing truth through dreams.

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    1. poetry and reason can inflict or inspire
      wielding sword or pen
      per author's desire

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    2. Or per hearer’s bent . . .
      Even words kind-meant
      Can twist or turn
      Can heal or burn

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  2. words human crafted
    tickles demon gods within
    laughter smites em all

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