Is It Poetry
A Visceral and Novel Approach
It felt as if in or as if in the internal organs of the body
pulling out of a deep seated well.
Deep felt a visceral conviction.
One that is sometimes felt.
Not intellectualized, instinctive, unreasoning.
His visceral she drives to often home.
Dreaming with crude or elemental emotions.
Earthy and musky.
A visceral and novel approach.
Of, relating to, or located on or among the bushy viscera.
Visceral seeing eye organs.
Amons't the surving elderly.
Keenly held upright.
Thinking to stay busy with some.
Stinging it felt as if it was as.
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