Terrance Upham

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

Poet's Creed - Poem by Terrance Upham

Poets creed
My pen's broadcasting at all times.
My genius and ingenuity
provokes sentiment
of thought.

People of extraordinary talents
I spill ink to provoke the imagination
give weigh to
urban legends.

I color the prism of brilliance
the substance & elements in

I provoke the elements of
nonconformity with mythical
writes which give

Words are the windows to my
intellectual beauties provocative
gestures provoking
intellectual suggestions &
provokes the imagination.

Adjudicate my pen but
my limitations are none
strict conformity to one's
uniqueness with a
mystical pen.

Poet from the attic
don't want no

Inspired to inspire
a wick
of flame burns
my desire.

My heart burns wick of
desire the passions
for hire.

Unique & mystique
urban legend lights
my writes.

Substance of my brilliance
elements of

Provocative mythic
with the spirit of pride
where it resides.

A wick burns the flame of desire.
Passions forever lasting
in burning desires.

Wicked flames reigniting the
resurrection of

Scorching flash a passionate
flame ignites the burning reaction
of satisfaction.

Leaving the past as
history's old-cold

This flicker of flames burns
the passion like a wick
of burning

My affection burns the desires
of poetry's resurrection
feel that

Writing the attire this
guns for hire
the price of desire burns

This infection needs no correction
this perfection burns
Resurrection of poetry's aroma
therapeutic beauties of the
written line.
The duties of aromatherapy making
the senses feel connected.

This interconnection is a passionate
desire & burns the wicked

Topic(s) of this poem: dedication, poets

Poet's Notes about The Poem

This is a Poet's creed a exellerating expression of the poet's dedication. There's a lot of expression on this creed I plan to revisit an design a number of points in a poet's creed.

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