Michael Walkerjohn

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Surrealistic Bagging - Poem by Michael Walkerjohn

Fundament, soft seat or mind
veiled mist over dreaming hour
differentiated night emulation
forthright forgone bathos concours
self-consciousness thought's finis
life's ethos shill of fixed allfours
quidam opens thinking's sarg
one's paramnesia mimics scours.

Anomic conscience bleeds
mind's eye weeps in realm insane
insentience sign that gracility died
in ash this deceit so feigns
self-denial a minute scissure
decussately marked of thing arcane
undisciplined thought diverging force
against it the best refrain.

Purloined sleep, thievery deep
unbidden ends seek mind syncope
illumination's weary trial of hope
ensnarled by themes agrope
vociferate incantations pall light's heart
awed is poetry's Kalliope
androglossia drone fills direful night
you and irreality elope.

Idiopathic mind's menses flow
on this flood does darkness feast
reality beacons consequence
awaken or flesh becomes the least
bequeathed voyeur views the play
mind's lamb voraciously fleeced
exigency, breath not step
your next thought may free the beast.

Ignescent visions rule the world
as sleep is ruled by tyrant cruel
continuatives stretch fate to intrigue
manqué of thought's misrule
incite in self at ends mete
dream's narrator premerits intitule
mistrust in mind holds this honour
so ends this lemma's capitule.

Topic(s) of this poem: dreaming

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 26, 2014

Poem Edited: Thursday, October 30, 2014

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