Cottage Cheese (surreal Trimeric) for Mindful Poetry April 18th, 2012

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So to speak, avoiding the moot questions, I delivered my soliloquy

There must not be reason to cry as tears must duct before the fall

Frightful symphonics transpose transitive dialects into fuguepie

Showing time has left the fourth and fifth dimensions forever

 

There must not be reason to cry as tears must duct before the fall

And pillows of the gizzers reach sanitary misfortunes in dreamtime

Allowing for misconceptions involving lewd tenor sax concertos

 

Frightful symphonics transpose transitive dialects into fuguepie

As arrangements collide in skewed harmonics, raspy and chewsy

Denoting less passion towards highly deluded prognostications

 

Showing time has left the fourth and fifth dimensions forever

Divided by bars, two to the beat, unconscious motivations engaged,

Swelling to a ripe crescendo, vibrated into a magical- euphoric god-spell

 

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RICHARD LYNN LIVESAY - Poet/Artist•Born 1943 Lubbock, Texas, lives in Greenville, SC• Education: U. of Ariz., Lubbock Christian College, Texas Tech U.• Careers: Art, Medical, Transportation, Entertainment• Curr

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