A short and silly poem about ideas.
Ideas are like sneezes.
Both symptomatic of dust,
fairy or matter.
Taunting human sense in shafts of light.
Daring to be caught,
to be ignited,
to be excited,
in debilitating orgasmic consumptive delight.
Until they are lost.
To untickled sense.
Become emissions, undispensed.
Left to drift in fevers of synaptic frustration.
A malevolence of expectation in deflation;
where the exhilaration of amelioration is lost to evaporation.
It is total anticipation annihilation incarnation.
Oh, if only one could guarantee
that the motes of dust,
fairy or matter,
would deliver the expected consumptive release
I should happily walk around
paper in hand
ready to capture whatever is set free.
Oh, to think, how full my bin
About the Creator
Excellent work. Looking forward to reading more!
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So unique. It would be fun to read your poem side-by-side with Paul Stewart's Top Story poem about being a tissue.
Beautiful, love the message in the poem
This is fabulous, creative, humorous-- subscribed. :)
This is wonderful!! I was expecting a different kind of wonderful from the title, but I really love THIS wonderful! It turned out to be super complex with so many amazing lines. Well done, Caroline! 😍
This was so creative and brilliant! I loved it!
Clever, I enjoyed it very much
Well done!!! Loving it!!!💕💖😊
What a great analogy. This is wonderful. Love it.
This is fun and a wonderfully clever analogy
Brilliant! I loved so many lines, but 'in debilitating orgasmic consumptive delight' resonated to my core. Then 'A malevolence of expectation in deflation' really pinpoints the feeling. Great work, exciting imagery. Oh, the woes of art!