Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)


One Who Never Learned - Poem by Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)

read the bitter drab critic
spewing forth acid words
ridicule contempt condemnation
poured contemptuously out upon

innocent wise naive fellow
poets still giving expanding
learning their craft gifting
their insights thoughts perceptions

love in libation streams of words
laboured played out in solo effort
to express individualistic feelings
inscribed upon experiences learned

offerings ruthlessly attacked
in vile impolite ignorance
in ruthless rude renditions
by Mad Perverse poetaster stalker

one who never learned
universal poetic secret
of truly mind opening poetry
the great strength power wonder

hidden in multiple vision forms
expressed in orgasmic creative poetry
lies in reader thought felt interaction
meaning each reader gleams instinctive

in moments of eureka instantaneous
perception personalized meaning
streaming in intuitively perceived
at individual vibration rate thought

it matters not how accurate data
attained can be conceived expressed
a child perceives in images adults
can no longer feel access imagine

a universal language exists accessed
attuned to needs of each questing
soul in stages of growth as desired
as each soul walks path lead unique

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 12, 2010



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