Yegon Kevin


Thoughts Of Thoughts


So there's thought's thoughts
and thoughts of Thought
-Thought's thoughts
who would have thought?

bet you've thought
of all sort of thoughts
for Thought's,
ofcourse before they became your thoughts,
thoughts of Thought for thought?
Kinda thoughtful

but what when your thoughts get stuck
in Thought's...

a medium, wave
waving for help
a save,
but Thought's deafening silence?
A crave,
thoughts of being what,
a slave?
thoughts of own thought
by thought,
tauts?

Thought's deep in thought?
thought taunts
deciphering thought decisions
monitoring reasons
thought to be
all to precision

definitions, escaping equilibriums
thoughts live in a trance
Thoughts though
leave no chance
for thoughts to finalize
on advance

but thoughts stuck in Thought's
or Thought's in thoughts,
really worth a thought?
Jaggling thoughts for what,
more thoughts?
Food for thought..
no?
Thought so

Submitted: Tuesday, November 20, 2012

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Just thought, what if our thoughts had thoughts of their own...? ?

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