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Prone to Inure
by Brian K Pellerino
Monday, July 18, 2005
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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When the words don't flow like honey

When they spray from the mind in
incoherent spasms
Dribbling down the psychi
in chaotic gravitas

What then?

Where does cogency lie?

In the mere process of sifting
through the rebellious aspects
of my superego
for a shred of some salient argument
I come upon a nuance

In no manner does this make for intriguing

And in this knowledge,
am I chilled to the emotional marrow

I castigate my whimsy
and rearrange my priorties
yet, suffer still this
logical impasse

They have no kinship - these words of mine
They obey no axiom and defy concordance in all basic methods save one

They are mine

And for as long as I have a mouth to utter them
and ears that would hear
I will spill them
and damning the fruition,
maybe make a point.

Copyright: Brian Pellerino 2005

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Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Most excellent imagery in this poem Brian!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by jude forese
well you have certainly made a point in this poem ... the apposite nature of poetic priorities permeates the complexion in this highly laudable poem ...
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
awesome images, brian; very well done! i applaud you! bravo!!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your tx. friend, karen lynn. :D
Reviewed by Sue Hess
as usual you say the truth with a flair...i love your writing
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner

I love your imagery in this one. And you capture why the Poet writes brilliantly! Well done, my friend!

(((HUGHS))) and love, Karla.

"....They are mine

and for as long as I have a mouth to utter them
and ears that would hear
I will spill them
and damning the fruition,
maybe make a point." <-------------Love this
Reviewed by George Carroll
Well spoken Peter, you always leave thoughts to ponder in all your writes.
Reviewed by Robin Labenberg
Well said and I can only say I know THE feeling only too well..
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