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Trapped in Glass

09.13.18 Posted in today's words by

Murray Dunlap’s most recent poem to appear here was “Family” (July 2018)

Trapped in Glass
By Murray Dunlap

The ease of lofty plans
The melody of a lullaby
Cutting a sail to sleep
Obvious incompletion of sanity
Quiet tremors in a world gone mad

Thoughts cut like wire
In the palm of your hand
The daylight brings divinity
And the moon cloaks a fool

A scene of chaos
Floating waves of doubt
Emulate a faster pattern
The idea of genius
Trapped in glass
And quiet tremors in a world gone mad

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