Richard Holman

Beautiful Freakery - Poem by Richard Holman

Everybody runs the day runs away from time
waits for no man is an island life a day in
the beginning of the end of the beginning to
fly so high light white and heat
light years away from come coming
home again and again as the sun hits
the sky let me kiss you never call
me and you together we could be
negative positive flip-side of the
coin is only the other side what
about the edge of the night is young
Americans can't get enough have you
ever been to the circus it's in town
tonight very strange hall of mirrors
mirror man mirror me mirror you
mirror mirror man.

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Stream of consciousness, word association.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, July 2, 2013

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