Daegonius Bonapartea

Bipolar Elements - Poem by Daegonius Bonapartea

Once I opened my mouth and out spurt a caged bird whence my mouth was then filled with saliva and dirt
I closed and reopened my mouth, out from it came an eagle with snake in its engulfing talons
Then again, I opened and closed and then a lofty pillar heaped largely over a sorrowful man crying
I closed and opened it once more and out of my mouth breathed dirt and formed saliva
But I cited and verse of a peaceful embrace

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 8, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 9, 2012

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