Sandra Feldman

Delirium ' A World Unseen', Politically Surrealistic - Poem by Sandra Feldman

Neptune was my father,
And Venus, my caress,
Really, do not bother,
To figure out this mess.

At the ocean, seashore,
There were some arrests,
All the Thinking People,
Got, alcoholic tests.

Loons and goons were dancing,
High up on the hill,
Never really knowing,
Why the World stood still.

Then there were the Speeches,
Endlessly Insane,
Telling everybody,
'Thinking' was in vain,
And next time they tried it,
They'd get Purple Rain,
In an upside-down cell,
At the County jail.

Topic(s) of this poem: politics

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Tried to paint a surrealistic image of our never ending political mess
and distress.

Comments about Delirium ' A World Unseen', Politically Surrealistic by Sandra Feldman

  • Eugene Levich Eugene Levich (8/7/2015 4:13:00 PM)

    Not your typical Sandracita poem- but very effective, picturesque, and evocative. You're a poet of many shades and multiple talents- and that is one of the reasons you have your so many admirers. (Including, of course, moi!) (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, August 7, 2015

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