No louder than the snoring tigers lolling tongue!O’ my sleeping; weeping, thoughts.
Were like army blankets, you and I
observing; naught but sunbeams...
But the lintel iron moonbeams,
under—which no one listens.
Nor speaks—but gibberish
No one sleeps, no one, dreams.
But even so’ it’s a sentry’s landscape
that’s foolhardy bold as any heaven
that’s nonsensical, as any song,
Sung in rhyme—one learns to love.
(That’s as still, as any silence
Hammering... in the darkened thereafter.)
“My own horrors anthem shot shall roar an alarm”...
No louder than the snoring tigers lolling tongue!
Poetry by M Heathcote
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Written on 2012-12-07 at 02:15
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