Sunday, March 16, 2008

insanely inconclusive----One Single Impression



playing powerfully

meaningful medly of melodies
within wavering waves.
songs, stimulating, simulating, simply straggling
inscribed inside interestingly
as thoughts; travesty travels , trailing
lagging. loftily lumbers
frivolously frolicking, fulfilling

contriving conclusive confidences

frivolously frolicking, fulfilling
lagging. loftily lumbers
as thoughts. travesty travels, trailing,
inscribed inside interestingly-
songs, stimulating, simulating, simply straggling
within wavering waves,
meaningful medly of melodies
playing powerfully.

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I suppose it does not make much sense. I took the irrational part of One Single Impression's prompt, Circle. And I can always call it poetic liberty!

26 comments:

Greyscale Territory said...

O but it is rational! It captures the irrational of all that we are, the lives we lead, the thoughts we have! It is just perfect!

Adore the rolling sounds of the words too! They circle and wheel over the whole concept!

Beautiful!

Gemma

floots said...

it make sense to me too
it's like playing music on a gloriously drunken evening
(obviously not something i would ever do)
and all held together by that alliteration
cheers (in all senses perhaps) :)

SandyCarlson said...

I'm with Greyscale and Floots. You have created music that is irrational in the way that circles are irrational--eternal and perfect. God bless.
Writing in Faith: Poems

Leatherdykeuk said...

Delightful alliteration :)

Joyce said...

To me, your words are the music of water flowing over rounded rocks.

the teach said...

Yes, a symphony of alliteration! An alliterative fancy! You've done a really good job! Just love it! :D

maryt said...

Gautama, I'm sorry but my "One Single Impression" is at http://maryt.wordpress.com

maryt said...

Gautami, I called you the Buddha! I guess that's not so bad! Sorry again.

spacedlaw said...

I love the alliterations.

MarianneNielsen said...

Not only is it calming but it was fun to read out loud with all those magnificent alliterations.
Well done!

Raven said...

frolicksome, feisty, fervent, free-spirited, fun... alliteration always attracts aping... eeeek.... I like floots' idea of "gloriously drunken" music. Nice.

Mad Kane said...

I love your use of alliteration!

Andrée said...

And I forgot: SYMMETRY! Which I love here. I respond strongly to symmetry where ever I see it, so I love this.

STP said...

I like it. There is a chaos to it that is quite of a circular nature.

Rose Dewy Knickers said...

Even in your irrationality you cannot escape your linear mathematical mind. It circles back upon its self and brings order to chaos. :)

Rose

xo

Teri C said...

Very interesting words and thoughts. Love all the all the alliteration too.

Quiet Paths said...

Kind of like Jazz poetry!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

"Give me liberty or give me death" or some such quote. I like all your words circling together.

tumblewords said...

Irrational? Nice flow and rhythm circling...

gardenpath said...

I agree with eveyone else, the alliteration was fun to read, especially out loud. Reminds me of how I feel after too much coffee.

Krissie said...

agree with the comments of others - it kind of tinkles along like music or water bubbling along...to its own beat.(sorry deleted my post as too many spelling errors...its late at night here...)

WillThink4Wine said...

I thought it was lovely. It was like taking a lovely walk and then turning around to come back home.

UL said...

oh what a perfect cirlce you weave...makes complete sense to me.. it does.

misterscott said...

it for sure makes sense.
i love the alliteration and how you use that so perfectly

OneMoreBeliever said...

the movement and sounds conveyed are charming as is your alliterations reflected...

polona said...

this feels so... playful!