Wednesday, January 14, 2015

the bended ruler walk

like a bended plastic ruler against a wall,
she moves her footsteps with a twisted look
in Paris Queen Elizabeth's Garden,
and she is consuming nuggets of metal
of some type of dark tunnel,
and above that, there is high wire bridge, surrounded by faces
of middle age, carrying a message
of hunger, and firm emotional anemia.
force inherits the place of Boston,
her vision is pretty crystal clear,
unknown tomorrow,
yet known to conquer odds thost
thoughts in indiscretion.


Thursday Poets Rally Week 79: January 14-January 27, 2015 (5th anniversary celebration)

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Woman Walking in Garden, High Park, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

18 comments:

Robin Ellen Lucas said...

love the mystery of this, and the way you paint a vivid picture at the same time...
-robin
http://mysecretinnuendo.com

Maggie Patti Barbara Frankford-Shapirol said...

a lovely write on a lady who seeks hope and light.

happy rally.

Anjum Wasim Dar said...

'yet known to conquer odds' deep mystifying thoughts...woman in a shadow but powerful...

Maggie Jean said...

A little too obscure for me, but I did like the feeling of a medieval time.

Malia Butterfly Detroit Lawrence Page said...

brave, good poem.

Amelia Googles Sharon-Stein Wilson said...

promising poem.

oceanwavesinblue said...

keep it up.

Lord Emmanuel said...

Mysteriously interesting. Well done.

Cheers!

Larry Hasty Wendy Stanley Wojcicki said...

implicit and powerful.

Miriam Sagan said...

enjoyed the imagery

Catie Mead Williams Handcock Robinson said...

winsome.

Laynie Gosney Blecha Park Yamazaki said...

mindful lines, well done.

Layne Gerald Wade Cutts Hansen said...

handsome...

amelia googles shanon-stein wilson said...

incredible in many ways in emotion and imagery.

Jeanne Elena Owen-Mihaltses Henneberry said...

handsome.

:)

Stephan Peter Carl Victor Hudson said...

love this,
a loner and a strong survivor.

Benji Barratt Clark Twohill Sullivan said...

deep and talented words.

lifespect.com said...

This has a classic feel to it.