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A Verse About Nothing in Particular
by John Smith Williams

Tuesday, October 28, 2003

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What to write about when you've got nothing to write about.

A Verse About nothing in Particular


I wandered today deep in thought,
But all my thinking came to nought,
What to write about what tale to tell,
On just one subject my mind , it would not dwell,

What to jot on that cold white page,
Should it be peaceful or should it rage,
The words I write could they be honey sweet?
Or should they be be tinged with self defeat,

So many poets with sombre thoughts,
Appear to be what my eye has caught,
But doom and glooom is not my style,
I much prefer my readers smile,

So until my mind has inspiration grand,
I feel constrained to hold my hand,
And later in tones of metered measure,
,Endevour to bring my readers pleasure

JW 30/10/03


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Reviewed by Karen Moore 11/5/2009
Hi John I know the feeling. On one of my 'writer's block' days I wrote a poem a bit similar to yours entitled 'Poets Day Off' Yours is better though!
Reviewed by Jane Air 5/21/2007
I like this one - the first line reminds me of 'I wandered lonely as a cloud' - the poem is simple, precise, rhythmic
Reviewed by Hariharan Balakrishnan 4/19/2006
This is a very good poem- straight from the heart. It touches a chord in anyone who is a natural writer.
More power to your pen, John.
Bala
Reviewed by A PAX 10/30/2003
LOL I AGREE!!!

So many poets with sombre thoughts,
Appear to be what my eye has caught,
But doom and glooom is not my style,
I much prefer my readers smile,
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 10/29/2003
Interesting write...BHUWNAN
Reviewed by jude forese 10/28/2003
a pleasure indeed!
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 10/28/2003
Way to go John, I couldnt AGREE MORE. BRAVO!

Must be something in the air, Im having similar feelings lol.
Regards
Ch'erie
Neat poem too. Well written,
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 10/28/2003
I think I am running into reviewers block tonight. All I can say is great write! I enjoyed this so much, but words are failing me tonight.
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