Mason Maestro


A Change in Utrecht


A shadow glide so amplified
Tedium grind, dissatisfied
Sever the ties open the eyes and the stock is now in stow

A love affair with everywhere
Footsteps in snow I've gone prepared
Mustang leg and jet stream flares from NYC it's far to go

The Balkan side I did abide
Soon forth with Moscow would collide
Trousers lost at a high cost breaking Baltic ice flow

Waffles, beer and travesties
Are treating me like Benzedrine
Automatic laughter from Benelux, detachment from a pro

That change in Utrecht, so unaware
Bruges hummingbirds fly in the air
The windmills turn and feelings burn from head to toe

The disrepair from the brush of heather
And the leaves of holly weigh like a feather
Your appetence compares to your routine to compliment your ego

I'm motivated by my change in Utrecht
Consecrated but not devout to the road trekked
The pillars of this argument based on truth is plainly shown

Submitted: Wednesday, March 14, 2012

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