Failing Wordsworth, Shelley, Keats and Byron April 12/10 by Dana-The Cyberpoet

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Not all folks resonate to the essence of the romantics. Below is an opening as to perhaps why...

Submitted: April 12, 2010

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Failing Wordsworth, Shelley, Keats and Byron April 12/10 by Dana-The Cyberpoet

Romanticism crashed to the gay Muse.

Lines of impalement to the

grappling heart.

Fornications of abatements unsullied.

Ramifications to the bitterness of

contradiction.

Surges to the cathedral homage...

Yet, losses to the magnetic flux.

Betrayal perhaps...

Genuflecting to the chronicled messages.

Parrallelling the appropriate reclusiveness.

Dementing the personifications perfunctory.

No! No!

Indeed, cramming the asunder to the

dramatic...

Congealing to the rote movements

but instilling frictional carnage.

Random idiosynchroncies to the realm

of perfection...

But alas, embibing to the essential

expletives.

Derelections to the concourse of maxims

and revelling in tangents to the myopic

transcendences.

Lost cathartic aspirations withdrawn

and catapulted.

Oh! Oh! romantics the distance divides.

Lost perimeters to the ensconsements.

Indeed, fractured splinters...

Romanticism, thus crushed to the gay Muse.


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