Highway Waltz A Different Side of Paradise
by Jimmy L Holder
Monday, May 16, 2005
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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... its been a while
Highway Waltz A Different Side of ParadiseAs she flashes her strapping bosoms wide
Near Good Forest pulsates dark and wide
Delicate trappings of a vixen rest by her side
Sons and sinners of Babylon race outside …
Naked with wild stallions, Jezebel does glide
She is disguised, but says she has nothing to hide …
Near Black River is swollen with bones and pride
Seeing men are blinded by swells and tides.
Thus was borne the confusing color gray
Scorched beneath a cloud-tangled sky
Banished completely by Heaven’s eye!
‘Twas too heavy a burden to deny …
Near, God here too sits on a patch of blue
Chiseled in red woods grow pines true …
Beneath hard, stony paths brews a stew
God sent, but hell bent, gushes hullabaloo …
Utter greenery leaps from of this showcase
Myths, folklore, and legends inflate its case
Some imprudently try to alter Heaven’s face
‘Tis too much tomfoolery to trace!
We glance at a place where women mourn …
Too many souls raced to toot their horn,
Today, new roadside crosses …were born …
‘Twas a hell of a ride, this way well worn …
Today, we realized worthy died …
Literary haste released and poets cried,
Horns blew, bodies flew by her side …
And the toll cost more than pride …
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|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
It's been a while--too long a while. Welcome back!
An excellently penned, richly imaged poem; love the rhyme!
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :)
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
|Some great imagery, Jim. Especially those big bosoms. (smiles)