Ardimus Caldwell

What Is It - Poem by Ardimus Caldwell

Can't think striaght
Brain in a twist
Wrapping the thoughts I had and throwing them out
Of my ears
Both of them
Right and left

Eye's crossed
Left eye gone in a daze
Going from side to side as if in a game
Right whriling around giving what I see a round of aplause
It feel's as if I lost a fight
A great battle

Mouth down
Bottom lip taking all passengers
Top at stand still
All aboard for the next drop
Teeth poke out
Greeting you first
They've never been like this


Thy eye laid upon your site
Thus following like a puppy
Yet your dog
Loyal and faithful til oceans run dry
What is it that you have over me
What is it

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 24, 2010

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