Jeff Rushton


Mind candy


Spoken with a voice of infancy and sweet severity
A story well known, something easily associated and contemplated
Entranced by the name, the voice, the humor, the scene
'What a wonderful message.' 'What a wonderful thing'
What a waste of the mind, what a cavity
The sadness of speech is the show we all seek
The speech from the heart, nervous, anxious, shaken in a quiet testimonial voice, a fountain after three days drought
Find the candy to rot in...to out, or
Find the heart, a muscle with the strength to carry all things out.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 03, 2008
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