Ryan John Payne
My Left Hand Is Like A Minstrel - Poem by Ryan John Payne
My left hand is like a minstrel, and my stanzas stand approved:
I've always written to be clever, because it is my point of view,
That lefties are neither sinister nor sanctimonious as presumed.
I have always been enigmatic, since I am determined a recluse.
Although I write in a hand less-marveled, I require no reproof:
All of my words are elliptic, for I transcribe with lyrical fondue.
I will always be enigmatic, because my words depend on mood.
My left hand is like a minstrel: my expressions stand approved.
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