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  • 337.
    On writing as a habit.......

    Spilling ink on daily fluff is a credible past time
    one never knows when gems are unearthed in rambling
    along on a slow lane watching as the world cruises by.

    poets do this all the time, just tuning into the deep caverns
    of the mind, searching for those hidden trinkets that were
    probably stored away in a lifetime of looking
    sometimes intentionally, most times unconsciously.

    then strike! the words and its magical meanings
    come together in a wet, juicy kiss
    and the fires jump alight in the darkness of the mind
    and roar with the pristine clarity of metaphors
    similes and poetic nuances that rarely appear
    in normal insipid conversation.

    Everyone who writes, experiences this torrential surge
    of raindrop-like writing sometimes with hailstones
    often with snowy winds and chill structures that
    weave in and out of unexplored tunnels somewhere
    deep within the muse.

    Write if you must.....did I just write that?

    Author Notes

    Backdrop to continued writing. Watch the world go by but take from it the best you can. Be aware.
    © Marshall Gass. All rights reserved,11 days ago

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  • 338.
    Words Unwilling


    As I sit here
    I try to write, read more »

  • 339.
    The Mastication of Verse

    Writing poetry is like digesting a delicious thought. It occurs
    in tiny bites that are linked by a fluid structure. The enzymatic action
    which makes it easier to understand and demand
    of oneself the truth at hand is the rapture read more »

  • 340.

    What on earth did I have in mind last night
    What on earth did I hope to accomplish
    Oh I'm sorry I left you in the dark
    I spent all my precious time yesterday read more »

  • 341.

    I wish you fought a bit harder,
    Or were just a touch more stubborn,
    I wish you told your parents,
    This one, I have to have him, read more »

  • 342.
    Pangs of the Motherland

    Oh! Almighty, Omniscient, Omnipotent God,
    The Maker of all scheme of the universe,
    What wrongs blunderingly we have done,
    Which evoked the waves of mighty wrath, read more »

  • 343.
    The TypeWriter Holds Itself Tightly

    I want to write you a letter, but I’m trapped in your mouth.
    I want to scream at you,
    or scream your name holding the mute button. read more »

  • 344.

    Dedicated to all the steroid talk in sports...

    Ladies and Gentlemen, before we begin this press conference,
    I'd like to get a few things off of my conscience. read more »

  • 345.
    Ocean, Emotions, Air, Love, Volcanos, You Erupt.

    The ocean is a metaphor,
    For emotions.
    Not completely understood and drags you places without you even realizing you are moving.
    So much is beneath the ocean surface, so much is beneath a smile. read more »

  • 346.
    I Could

    I could write a million times
    in a million different ways
    and i could write
    every cliche in the book read more »

  • 347.

    However I endeavor to capture you in words,
    Like labour pains, you appear to disappear in cycles;
    Like thin streaks of light, you dissolve in thoughts;
    I dig in deserts and grope in gulfs read more »

  • 348.

    However I endeavor to capture you in words,
    Like labour pains, you appear to disappear in cycles;
    Like thin streaks of light, you dissolve in thoughts;
    I dig in deserts and grope in gulfs read more »

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