Gordon Jerome


Mind Circus - Poem by Gordon Jerome

Deep in the Wilds
of the Mind of a Childs
Where the Circus is always in Town
Blue Elephants fly by
And you must wonder why
They put a Hippo in an Evening Gown
With an Elephant overhead
I sense we all dread
Where in the world is it ever to land
Then the Ringmaster steps out
And gives a mighty shout
And the Elephant lands in the Palm of his Hand
Now the Hippo you see
Was mearly dressed up for Tea
When she wandered into this Tent unaware
She was just out for the Day
Travelling along her merry way
When she happened across this most unique Fair
Now I sit in these Stands
Clapping my Hands
At the Sights of Wonder I see
But what amazes me most
Is that each of us could all host
Our own Circus with our own thoughts set free.
'closing thought'
The boundries of your mind
for ourselfs we must find


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 8, 2010



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