• Others 25.07.2007

    Observation takes a narrow view
    of where the nose belongs;
    Placing the ears in a rude position,
    to absorb a travelin’ wrong.

    sample only
    Back to Others

    Buy/Read Full Poem Below:

    [pay]
    Observation takes a narrow view
    of where the nose belongs;
    Placing the ears in a rude position,
    to absorb a travelin’ wrong.

    Gossip is a pit, which offers a trap
    and provides a juicy story.
    True or false!…is not a valid issue,
    through the grapevine glory.

    The pit digs-up warnings to spread
    –on some degradation charge,
    For the hole…deeply fits an alarm,
    to satisfy a grusome charm.

    Does a people-trap dare to gossip
    at the bottomless well?
    Down deep…goes the slimmy spit,
    in a belief bound for hell.

    The spectacle duty of a town cryer,
    relies upon a sense-of-self.
    The pit fits neatly–a grapevine liar,
    where he wails for himself.

    In association with the wailing pit,
    a serpent opens his mouth.
    Kindness possesses noplace to fit,
    to show the audience how.

    The terrible warning–in a gossip,
    is the flashback it bewails.
    A sad story springs from the vine,
    with a selfish sting to tell.
    [/pay]

    Posted by Lee @ 6:14 PM

    Tags: , ,

  • Leave a Reply