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Blind Thoughts
by Richard Lee King

Monday, January 31, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Sometimes I'll have a thought and I'll jot it down for later. Well, sometimes I get back to them and sometimes not. Then when I finally do, often times it's not enough to become a poem, or I've lost the train of thought. I call them "Blind" thoughts.


 

BLIND THOUGHTS
 
Writing feeds my passion
though my thoughts are often blind,
but putting them on paper
helps me clear my mind.
 
Like
 
Beauty is only skin deep,
but ugly runs clear through.
Nasty is a trait,
but not one that flatters you.
 
Or
 
Humor reduces stress,
though it’s really not a cure.
Sometimes it helps relieve
the pain one must endure.
 
Or maybe
 
Acting like a witch,
or that word that begins with B
not a good characteristic,
nor one we like to see.
 
Maybe even
 
The future offers knowledge,
memories stir the past,
weapons insure our freedom,
if we handle them with class….
 
Writing feeds my passion,
helps me clear my mind.
Still, after putting them on paper
my thoughts are often blind.
 
© Copyright 2011 Richard Lee King
Author of: A Pursuit of Life & The Price of Freedom

 

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Reviewed by Chip Bergeron 2/1/2011
Sometimes the problem isn't the thoughts, it's what youndom with them qafter you have them!!!

Chip Bergeron
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 2/1/2011
These could be Burma Shave signs. Too bad that's a bygone.

The Blind can't see the beauty
Through the lenses of their eyes
They can see beauty with their hearts
The way they also see our lies

Patrick

Reviewed by John Flanagan 1/31/2011
These are much more than clever musings, Richard,
they are real and substantial thoughts that make me sit up
and pay full attention; i love in particular, "...ugly runs clear through"
and "weapons...if we handle them with class..."
Yes!

John
Reviewed by Felix Perry 1/31/2011
I was once told by a fellow writer to never throw a thought or an idea away for if you hang on to it sooner or later it will grow into a poem or a song. Looks like that works for you too Richard.
fee
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 1/31/2011
some really cool bits of wisdom!
Reviewed by TONY NERONE 1/31/2011
Excellent writing.


Peace
Tony
Reviewed by karen logan 1/31/2011
I really like this Richard. Very nicely done. Karen
Reviewed by Paul Berube 1/31/2011
Well written, Richard.
Reviewed by Donna Chandler 1/31/2011
I enjoy your writing style and the rhythm of your verses. You have a unique and imaginative mind.

Donna



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