It's just poetry, it won't bite


11.13.09 Posted in today's words by

Borg is a retired high school teacher and administrator. He has been
writing nonfiction and poetry since 1998. He resides in Fords, NJ. This
poem gives the reader a potent image of what seems to happen when we
stir up an idea or two. May your thoughts always run clear as clean
water, particularly when you read Clyde’s poem.

By Clyde Borg

Rattling around my mind’s cellar,
Tinkering amidst grotesque webs,
Disturbing the grayish bottom,
Looking for something within the heap
Of unused matter mired there.
Muddling, thinking.

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