Treasure Island

Kenneth R. Jenkins

(1 June 1961 / Augusta, GA)

Spoken Word


to all my fellow poets

Word 4 word
Pound 4 pound
Spoken word 4 spoken word
Voices of poets sound.

On wings they fly
with their pen in hand
With reason and some rhyme
Is right where they stand.

Poetic words flow
From the lips of poet's delight,
With hand jesters to show
Spoken in their words tonight.

Rhyme true to the bone
With knowledge dropped by them,
Rhymes shown
Like a camera with film.

Shouting loud
Singing it to the world everywhere,
Rhyming proud
The poetic expressions share.

Word 4 word
Pound 4 pound
Spoken word 4 spoken word
Voices of poets sound.

Submitted: Sunday, April 06, 2014
Edited: Monday, April 07, 2014

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