Samantha Jenks

Rookie (October 11th / Michigan)

A Tendancy To Sing - Poem by Samantha Jenks

I was assailed and bewitch by the melody
The adherence to your grievance
You can find me in the clearance
The interval between the crescendo
The pivotal pick pocketing of words
Lexis built and brewed
Emerging in tongueless rhythms of rhymes
Esteemed riffs play down the spine
Introverted posture becomes slowly advert
As you flick and flutter countless words of candor
Rectify the oppression in your confession
Your disposition is and the inclination to deviate
Your penchant fever and alleviate
A tendency to sing
And I hear them, the deathly hallows singing
As we are one, following to the beat of your drum


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 29, 2010



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