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The ‘Word(s) play’

Am I at the mercy of the words or is it the inverse and then reversed,
Because they change with every verse,
And at the peak they all disperse,
And then return to compliment the body and the hearse,
And the blessing that’s a curse,
And when the image isn’t vivid but the vagueness is just timid,
Words are placed and just run with it with their vision of the meaning they want in it,
It just bursts and returns to form through the integrity it learned,
From the energy it spent and the entropy it earned,
Its not heat it did not  burn And so infinitely it yearns,
To expand and express and dance on the tongue and every step,
As specific as the rest,
All just random and persistent like the test,

Wavery in slavery the mockery detained by me ironically makes sense to me,
But does not function as properly,
Like prophecies neither are my property,
I mean look at it just where is me?
Ocular a prodigy,
Inocula for this culture spree,
Let it spread like knowledge in a democracy,
Highly restrained to remain in the realm of my hypocrisy,
The wisdom lies in the simplicity,
And my ego dwells in the mazes of my inner chi,
Expressively excessively complex you see?
Yet the concept is child’s play,
Yet explaining causes migraines,
Yet its all beautifully floating in my brain,
Or mind in sane,
Like mines in pain,
It is painful insane full of sanity yet vanity the mirror of this detained fool,

The waves of words they reach the shore,
And make sense on their own accord,
They cannot afford,
To wait for the human to find an aim or a cause,
To implode and produce what is worthy of awe,
They are not patient they cannot pause,
If they are hesitant for a fraction of a second all is lost,
Their existence is the cost


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2 thoughts on “The ‘Word(s) play’

  1. Did you write this? It’s wonderful.

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