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Morbidity...
by Ed Matlack
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...when will it end...


 

A few days it’s been

No writing a sin

My world without

Ideas, leaving me stranded

In time & lack of ability

Will I ever feel again

The desire to compose

Will I ever feel again the accomplishment

When will I feel again the ability to transpose

My thoughts to paper

As I go through the throes

Of inability to express thoughts

Thoughts that build up in the inner reaches of my mind

Also of sight of the perfect hind

I find my vascular vessels empty of astuteness

My mind beyond that of comprehension & capability

Lost on a lengthy sea lacking creativity

Where will it all end, when will I find relief

Is there a psychiatrist in the house

Someone to kick start my competence

And end this feeling of morbidity…

© em ~ 5/15/12

 

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Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
Sometimes it's ok not to be in the mood. Patrick
Reviewed by Tom Hyland
DEAR VASSAL ...

YER 'VASCULAR VESSELS' ARE FINE ...THEY ARE 'SAP-CARRYING' ...

ON THE EXISTENTIAL SIDE ... "YOU SUCK! THEREFORE YOU ARE!"

FEEL BETTER? YER WELCOME! CUZ TK, THE ONE-ETH !
Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley
It appears you are being very creative here :) Therefore, it has not ended and only sparked further prose. Your mind is a virtual locker of ideas, perhaps even this will create a thought.

Nice prose and yes we have all been there.

Love and Light
Lily
Reviewed by Paul Berube
A place we all stop in at one time or another. Hang in there; all will work out well.
Reviewed by Lois Christensen
Each to his own, it will come in due time, you did in past, will do so again, it just comes naturally when you are ripened up and it is going to be a great one, i just feel that way and wish you the best.
know you will do it, think but not too hard, let it come and flow out of your soul.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
What a morbid title! Tell you what, I'll give you a moon, if you want a sight of the perfect hind. ;-)

Ron
Reviewed by William Bonilla
welcome to the club Pal
peace Brother

William
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
You'll find yourself, Ed. It'll come.
Reviewed by Rose Rideout
I think maybe there are a lot of us going through this right now Ed as Fred keeps on my back to write and do the things I use to enjoy.

Rose
Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER
This might be catching it seems, strange the picture is nice, you haven't lost it all, it's sort of selective I guess.
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci
Was it the super moon? Did it kick us both in the head and knock our thoughts askew? My mind went completely blank last night! Frightening! Your poem knocked my socks off when I read it this morning!! I don't feel alone! Thanks.

Jane
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