The Madness Without

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Poetry Rule #3: The title is a very important part of the poem, poets should choose a title that would make sense as a part of the poem while at the same time sums up the poem or even presents an idea not directly addressed in the poem that the author considers important in understanding what is meant. http://www.booksie.com/poetry/short_story/itsuwari/poetry-rules

Submitted: April 02, 2008

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Submitted: April 02, 2008

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Undefined scribbles
Lines of ink
Smeared across my parchment
Random thoughts
Incoherent
Even in my madness
Strokes making letters
Letters creating words
Words forming lines
Lines without flow
Lines without rhyme
Lines without reason or sense
It’s unintelligible
Undeterminable
Unscripted script
Abstract
Abnormal
Life and beauty flowing together
Flowing apart
Flowing within
Without
All about these stanzas
Closing all senses
Opening the mind
Undefined scribbles
Lines of ink
Smeared across me parchment
All my hopes
Dreams
My heart
Soul
Everything I am
Everything I know
Lines making letters
Letters creating words
Words forming lines
Lines that sing my soul
And sing of the madness within.


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