Fab Ricciardi

(Aug.29,1962 / Milan, Italy)



More scribbles
Trying to put ideas on paper
To throw everything
Well not everything
But most thoughts
As they come to my head from
The second I rise out of bed
So I begin to write scribbles and
Scribbles is a hard word to write, by the way
Due to its double B’s followed by the L
Try it
It’s the loops that’ll get you

My point has now been proven
Scribbling words on paper as they come to my head
Primary method for writing a new poem
Straight from the Poet’s head
He found the method
Pen or computer is the medium
To splash the ideas from its brain
Paper or a screen the canvasses
That will hold the master’s touch

Scribbles has allowed me the pleasure of
Helping me to create yet another poem
Maybe not a traditional poem
Some would call it Prose
Or perhaps



Submitted: Wednesday, August 26, 2009

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