Terrance Upham

Freshman - 548 Points (29 May 1973 / Nassau County N.Y)

My Pen's Ink - Poem by Terrance Upham

My pen's ink spills colored prisms of brilliance
The substance of resilience.
Provoking the provocative gestures
elements of unique dexterity.

My pen color's the unique dexterity
spilling my nonconformity.

Adjudicating my pen's limitation
the litigation producing legislation
of my pens limitless abilities.

Style of my pen illustrates brilliant
formals of complex diversity.
Synthetic line's of uniquely
designed organic rhymes,
season's of time's reasons.

Inks smeared sediments appeasing
unique eye's spying the abstract colors
in provocative word's.

My pen's broadcasting the substance
of brilliance element's of resilience.
Mystic pen of prolific wisdoms the karma &
elegance of Philosophy.

Mystical illustrations of DaVinci's
Mona Lisa mythical writes a
Constitution of forward-looking
premier illustrated.

The ink of my pen's uniqueness
conformity to one, second to none
drawing illustrious of my intellectual

Spelling the provoking word's
of a provocative artist gratuities
in grateful gestures

Mythical pen illustrates
prolific and terrific
words of wisdom.

The uniqueness on my sleeve
to appease & please
many unique eyes.

Lyrical pioneer Visioneer of futuristic
lines customary to poetry's
design are the words
found in my rhymes.

Stopping the second hand
of time with a funky twist
you can't

Mythical pen illustrates abstract
conformities uniqueness in
philosophies of one's unique

Displaying abilities in

Appeasing teasing two
Eye's pleasing to one's
own unique

Compelling line's in
Abstract rhymes
of formulas in

Diversity A university's
uniqueness in dexterity
Commanding the times
in rhymes with lines of word's.

Comparing complexities
Eccentricity in personalities
writing the design of a futuristic

Topic(s) of this poem: ink, pen, perception, writing

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 26, 2015

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