Eillio Imbasciati


Sullen Mischief - Poem by Eillio Imbasciati

Quite presumptuous, he presumes
But then again, he has been stripped of all ego,
So has become quite occupied with finding the right answers, but not personally having the right answers
All sorts of sullen mischief has made him weary,
Yet he's come to realize that easiness doesn't necessarily mean laziness,
Nor does kindness always indicate weakness
Oh well, corrections and reversals cannot be bothered,
Even if he is all mind, all the time,
The ebb & flow remain in play,
But humility just may have been wasted off what runs with the water

Topic(s) of this poem: egoism

Form: Free Verse


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 17, 2017



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