A Poets Electrified Paper

By Strataic

We synthesized tomorrow; -since.

Enzymes bore more than-
Colour to bone; --though.

It wasn't the sound
Of nothing that betrayed-

A lisp could quaver,
Sight; we only heard
Centipede-segments-sometimes; with-
One leg too many.

They caressed magic from
Moon-vivid illusions; and
As whispers wrangled senses,
We found the ground-
This wraith became me.

In distance; I stole.
Attention, yet before that.

We electrified paper once.

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Copyright 2013 Cipher
Published on Monday, August 5, 2013.     Filed under: "Poetry"
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  • Slingnasty On Friday, January 17, 2014, Slingnasty (142)By person wrote:

    Awesome write as always! keep em coming Thanks

  • Nehema On Thursday, August 8, 2013, Nehema (986)By person wrote:

    "A lisp could quaver" I always wonder where you grasp some of your verses and gift them to us in your writings.. Always a unique and magical experience reading you - XXOO Scholar

  • Dancing_Monkey On Wednesday, August 7, 2013, Dancing_Monkey (1248)By person wrote:

    Realy stunning. Wonderfully worded and melodic in some sensual/alien way.

  • A former member wrote: Excellent, well written

  • NarcissusNarcosis On Monday, August 5, 2013, NarcissusNarcosis (108)By person wrote:

    Very neat, well-written... "..caressed magic from Moon-vivid illusions; and As whispers wrangled senses, We found the ground-This wraith became me..." I like it. No offense, but I appreciate when someone points a typo out to me; 'one leg to many' supposed to be 'too', or did I misread? If so, my mistake; either way, awesome post! -NN

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