Lee B. Mack

(01/04/1957 to / Shelbyville, Kentucky)

What Is That (Original 01 28 2010) - Poem by Lee B. Mack

WHAT IS THAT?
Original 01 28 2010


What is that…? What is this? Holistic phylum
Bent forward by sagacious reasoning bent over
In agile memories old alpha males and widows’
Webs strung from wedding and possibility ties
Self possession love –even waiters and tables
Reserve as your own to have and hold
Reservations hold chairs and love stretched to
Infinity waiting baited there -what is speaking
Greetings but interpreted meetings –write a
Number graph a clock of silence -stand before
The inexperienced –the two responsively
Cheating –look back upon tracks in the nick
Impressive toe-holds on face planes of washed
Permanence -the given name connecting all the
Pasts –pillars of lands support the heaven’s mood
Describes heated forces inside -steps draw foot
And sand sketches of guest races’ faces -class
Likenesses settle patterned permafrost generation
Could come to find and see –roots evolve into
The matter of time –declaratively seeking peruse
The muses –love after all is free -touch handshakes
Write a circle of number sentences behind the
Silvered mirror and face and split the slits of measure
A conscious original –nothing can replace the
Images -not wrinkles of time nor re-imagoes of
Front-side circular para-graphs –confirmed thinking



Lee Mack (WHAT IS THAT? Page 2)


Is shared -cameras snap the capture of slideshow
Assignment images from the blackboard as if the
Hunt was just in search of treasure –work backward
From lust of images forward toward trust and
Forgotten love commit to embrace with all the heart
To warm and lingering kissing.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 28, 2010



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