To The Honour Of This Page Poem by Anthony Edmond John

To The Honour Of This Page

Rating: 4.3

Bleating Whisps,
Chattering Papyruses,
See as they wave their Happy hands to you and the wind,
Swerving in consortium to my Jazz and Waltz,
Aha! waltzing it by the rushes,
Two Brushes,
Are they Belles or Gents,
Bats or Platypuses,
Are These Fellas or Brutes,
The good guy or your comic Villian,
To Egypt, Paper and This Salient Page,
The eyes of the gods have seen through your age,
Read this page in thoroughness to breathe-in the imprint of the Spirits,
Let this one poet be crowned with Honour, for he hath thus honoured Us.. Selah.

Sunday, June 1, 2008
Topic(s) of this poem: love,love and art,love and friendship,love and life,passion,poet,poetess,poetic expression,poets
Harriet James 07 August 2012

Thank you Sage, thank you. I'm two or three days late, only reading your poems now and this lovely tribute to the poets on this page

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Greenwolfe 1962 25 July 2008

This is about the proper length, but I cannot recommend it because it is too vague in meaning for the common reader. Anyone can understand the general concept, but that is not enough. GW62

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Geoff Warden 01 June 2008

and the answer lyes____________________. nice touch

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