Grow in two minds (then file under: Bad Poetry)

Grow in two minds - poetry-like


Sally M McKenzie said...

the doubtless**

the doubtless in their present tense
ascertain success not by any measure
a foolhardy vice binds their vision
of the absolute which we treasure
perhaps it is with ease they traverse
casting shadows tinted with perversion
a skewed reality, a novel distraction,
a cleverly disguised diversion
with repercussions ill-conceived
if at all they do consider
for delusions of grandeur break the fall
when the doubtless can't deliver

* 'bad' as a descriptor of poetry is akin to 'nice'
** a poetic response to "Is that someone without doubt?" (filed under 'cataclysm of biblical proportions, travesty to the traditionalist rhyming pattern' poetry)

Anonymous said...

Two like minds! Filed under good poetry.

rino breebaart said...

The kindest reactions
To questions of mind,
Are patient readers,
responses in kind!

Rob Bowker said...

Could be. I hope so. We try, but never too hard.