Samantha Campbell

Rookie - 0 Points (July 2 1979 / ohio)

Space Dust Laced With Moon Rocks - Poem by Samantha Campbell

I Travel Down Equestrian Roads
Where Worthy and Worthless Have Traveled
Upon Intrinsic Cobblestones
Take Flight Within Winds and Clouds

Smoke permeated from his mouth
forming constellations

The Cold Leaving Me Breathless
Crystals Formed On The Edges
Lashes Freezing and Wings
Spread Constructed In Mythological Strength
Elevating Past the Sun and Entering Beside The Moon
I Flew To The Highest Possible Attitude
Bouncing in The Midst of Virgo-nian and Ursa Constellations

Residing on Spica I Travel Telepathically
Conversations With Outer Beings
Echoing Through Weightless Gravity

I lean up and swirl
Orion into Andromeda
Cruisin' on a super nova
with a push from Sagittarius
I inhale space dust
laced with moon rocks

Swimming upon The Milky Way
Mind Open Flashing Thoughts
Swaying Like Meteors

Switching To Andromeda
No Longer Enclosed
Mind-blowing Galaxy

Visible Lights Reach Cornea
Ticks Hypothalamus

Slowly Opening Soaking In
Super Nova Starry Eyed

Elliptically Elated
On Universe Islands
Princess of Ink Floating
Within The Galaxy
Neutron Star Cells

Electrically Smooth

Functioning Only When Open
Slow MOTIONED Instances of
Satellite Soliloquies Arrive
To Itched Fingertips

Grappling Planetary Rings
And Converting Them Into Verses
Venus Calling...To
Vivaciously Vafrous
Vindicating Versute

Intergalactic-ly Volant
I Remain Traveling
Within Silver Lakes
and Red Skies

As I Pen Words on
Canvas Like Black Holes
and Swirl Amongst Planets

By Samantha Campbell

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Vafrous is an uncommonly used word in english that means sly, cunning

Versute means crafty, wily or artful

Verbomania means an Obsession with words; An abnormal talkativeness; a psychotic flow of speech.

Volant means Moving rapidly or lightly

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 21, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, June 22, 2012

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