Madrason writer

(24-07-1967 / waalwijk netherlands)

Eer van Pennevruchten


In zijn gedicht zit dieper laag
als ook in zijn gezicht.
Wilt U zich dan verdiepen graag
neem schep en spade mee.

Krijgt U nu al een idee
hoe diep dan is zijn zee
of is het heus een oceaan.

Hoe diep dan kan de letter staan
laat staan de woorden rij
welaan, welaan toe schept ruim baan
en graaft haar schatten vrij.

Mocht u er niets van bakken dan
zit dan niet bij pakken neer
vermaakt u met de woordenbrij
en neem het luchtig telkens weer.

De eer van Penne-luchten
is niet alleen die van poeet
de sfeer die kan bevruchten
dat is de tijd die U er aan besteed.

Madrason Juni 16 2013

Submitted: Sunday, June 16, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013

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