*I went to a slam poetry workshop today, and it was absolutely amazing. Anyway, we had to do an exercise in which we started to write a poem, and after a couple of seconds, random words were thrown at us that we had to immediately incorporate into our pieces. It was very strange, but I suggest this activity to anyone, poet or not.
I’ve found that the beautiful and the untamed go hand in hand, their fingers laced and intertwined.
I’ve found the darkness reach the sentiments of my own heart, its genuine history developing a new connection.
I’ve found that love can take many speed bumps, or heart can take the logic away from the level head.
I’ve found that Georgia is a lovely state, with mean and funky twangs described as accents infusing a different dialect.
I’ve found that dictionaries are very thick, the pages close together filled with words upon words that nobody knows.
I’ve found open spaces develop between the queen of my heart, the gaps empty and statistical.
I’ve found that dreaming is a simple task, but one with an elemental purpose, its use abundant and homeward-bound.
I’ve found that once I fell in love, my interpreting colors as signs, my brain unadulterated.
I’ve found that reason is not good enough when wibbly wobbly feelings are fleeting away.
I’ve found that hawk eyes look strange in the daylight, they mangle in the resemblance of my yesteryears, churning away at my
insides, their nitpicking voices cheering.
I’ve found that antibiotics don’t really work when your brain is sick, chiding away at your conscious, its comebacks unamusing.
I’ve found that wrongs can make great rights if you spin the details a little.