Lee B. Mack

(01/04/1957 to / Shelbyville, Kentucky)

A Worldly Realm Of Aesthetic Things To Love The Beauty Of (Improvisation 11 07 2009) - Poem by Lee B. Mack

A worldly realm of aesthetic things
To have behold too love the beauty of
The names of worldly things exist as dreamers
Often do in human states of doubt spiritual
States pluck to liberate –world realms exist
If for no other one but one to feel relative to
And still loss to love to suffer hunger for joy
That scarce food and drink ration to the sick
Soft flesh and the stogy stink of damp mind
So a tree grows deep to green from the
Steam of decomposing verse spread aesthetes to
Fertilize the muse to choose form and the
Nuanced segues to thought arranged poem
Together make believe -we each in belief
Forfeit choice for love to be loved eternally for
Choice that love we share –we will that love to
Share -to love or not to love to the limits
Of time -to the object of each other’s
Love -believe the mystic of relative pasts –
Then and now through seasons promised
Futures come to be true delivered myrrh
Saying –I am the tea from the tree of life
That drips love for you –a keeper walks pass
Bees and doesn’t notice the interlude -love
In a season gone wrong –ceremonies collect
Verses written making faces of stone

Lee Mack copyright 2009. ISBN # 0615318347. Do not reproduce without permission.

(LEE MACK, A Worldly Realm Of Aesthetic Things… page 2)

Red pigment dust the near black human
Beauty treasure –wash to the wishes’
March to the cadence of change -slow
Drifts toward winter solids turn to wet Sweat
Into rain -the aesthetic having woman invite
Entry into the opening to her bed -Curtain call
Ballast thaw to the cycle of invariant theater
Come seasons -to the meaning of critical
Acclaim each ear knows the pulse of spring.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 7, 2009

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 1, 2009

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