shameka jones


J-A-M-E-C-I-A - Poem by shameka jones

Joyful
Art
Marigold
Envy/ Enviable
Calm/ Tranquil
Illusion/imaginary
Asphodel

As i sit calm, tranquil and joyful envying the art of my illusion sensing it's concrete.
Imaginary to the thought but beautiful as the asphodels that is painted on.
The colors of the marigold warms the inside with this combustion feeling of illusion.
Art it is, which captivated the being of being eviable.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 13, 2008

Poem Edited: Sunday, July 13, 2008


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