Meghan FenwickBoland

Diverge - Poem by Meghan FenwickBoland

One's life opportunities

No sacred truths,
Sudden great understanding
great revelations

is keenly felt

And he is all aglow
To behold

in constant opposition

In troubled, turbulentperiods
Is impossible

Convenient to be
Intellectually lazy
And presume malice

Topic(s) of this poem: reflections, reminiscences

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Do not presume malice but stupidity

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 3, 2018

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