Short Beginnings

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
I decided to write an on the spot short poem about new ideas and the feeling they give me sometimes when they arrive.

Submitted: January 21, 2013

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Short Beginning

A start has come upon the wind; it blew in fierclythough. It feels so strange;so crisp; so clean; so large in my small home. Its presencehovers above the door, around the furniture, inside the walls. I want it here but then I don't, a concept that appears so small. How do I continue with this in my head? Where exactly do I begin? So I walk to the antique desk and pull out my lead, it's fine tip point lighting up the den. Just soft long strokes and straighten the wrist, put the tip down and let us begin this tryst. Relax your brain, ignore unimaginative thoughts, keep the words flowing before it all rots. Ideas will linger the more they are allowed, before you even realize it your audience will be wowed.


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