Lisa M. Callicott


Arduous Jubilation - Poem by Lisa M. Callicott

The mind of a crazy person
A happy place to be

Only in the crazy
Is the mind truly free

No inebriation
No mind numbing drugs

Free of life time hang-ups
No slipping on the rugs

Dancing in my folly
Laughing at the moon

Caring less what happens
Acting a buffoon

Suspending time in bubbles
Colors can be clear

Exploring less than normal
That’s what I’m doing here.

Ha ha
Free to be me.

July 4,2008
Lisa M. Callicott

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, July 6, 2008



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