David Hart

Stand I

' Stand I ' by Dave Hart

Stand I chiseled

Nonplused abying excitedly

Transgressions spritely morph
to accolades as accolades
quite blithely transmute
to transgressions ~~

Steeped I
in the merry muck of casuistry

Sub rosa no longer
the numerous welts
from life's chabouk

Forgiving yields balm
on life's wounds

Then and now
protean and lithe

Stand I
at my pale window
enticed by kinetic swallows

A capricio
cradled in crisp
loving palm
of a cirulean sky

their cheeky chirm

pondering now
a most delightful conundrum~~~
then and now attent
and I am
exhuberant amidst

Standing bellicose
joyful to be an
acciaccatura to
life's merry
©David Hart 2006

Submitted: Monday, March 09, 2009

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  • Rookie anurag duggal (3/10/2009 12:52:00 AM)

    the voacb is a little difficult sometime hampers the flow of the poem..otherwise a good write :)) (Report) Reply

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