Lindsey Priest

Rookie (5: 6: 54 / Huddersfield England)

What Are You Going To Do Today? - Poem by Lindsey Priest

Paint box beside me,
Colour imagined world.
A myriad of shades;
Bubbles of blue
Yards of yellow
Riots of red.
Conceive, create and reproduce.
Gradients of green,
Passions of purple,
Oodles of orange.
Lines leap across the canvas,
Patterns spill over the paper,
Demented swirls collide with docile spots
Until my dizzy mind
Is drawn into a dreamy
Doubtful landscape
Where paths cross,
Intermingle,
Indirect,
Indefinite,
Indecisive.

Which way?

Why?

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 30, 2006



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