Neutralize - Poem by Diane Hine
In cluttered heads where worries lie
amid the harmless reveries,
A myriad of troubles vie
with varying degrees of pleas.
The winning ones reclassify
the rest as trivialities,
But lest such dreads intensify
cool heads employ penned strategies.
Self medicate with lullaby,
indulge poetic fantasies,
Let rhyme and rhythm overfly
or sample free verse subtleties;
A friend had a great idea for a game. He said-
'Well, you give everyone a suit of armour and a hockey stick',
'And what are the rules'? I asked,
'What rules'? he replied,
'I see', I said.
In lines of warp and weft I'll ply
a blanket of absurdities,
And thereby try to stifle my
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